Defining Acceptable Subsea Cable Risk

Since the 1850s, submarine cables have played an integral role in international data transmission and are now crucial to the growth of offshore renewables sector.

Minesto Lands Faroe Islands Deal

Swedish marine energy developer Minesto has signed a collaboration agreement with the power producer and ...

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Minesto Concludes Subsea Kite Technology Trials

Marine energy developer Minesto has completed the commissioning and test programme of its tidal energy project ...

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Cellula Moves Forward with Long-Range UUV Project

Cellula Robotics has been given a go-ahead for the next phase of a contract under which the Canadian company will ...

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URC Wraps Up Sub Rescue Drill Off Alaska

Undersea Rescue Command (URC) and the Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS Texas (SSN 775) completed a ...

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Fugro Teams Up with L3 ASV on Next-Gen USVs

Fugro has signed a joint development agreement with L3 ASV to create the next generation of autonomous vessels for ...

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Stockholm University Hosts First Seabed 2030 Project Meeting

The first regional mapping meeting for The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project was recently held in ...

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Protean Firms Up Wave Energy Converter Sale

Protean has completed the term sheet agreement for the sale of the Protean Wave Energy Converter technology assets ...

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¡VAMOS! Technology Demos in Ireland

¡VAMOS! project partners together with advisory board members and interested external parties – such as geologists ...

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Trinity Submits TGAL Field Development Plan Off Trinidad

Trinity Exploration & Production has submitted the Field Development Plan (FDP) for the TGAL Area, located on ...

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€8M for Ocean Energy R&D

The Ocean Energy ERA-NET Cofund (OCEANERA-NET COFUND) consortium partners have set up €8 million funding for eight ...

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IMCA Reveals New Guidance for Divers

The International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) newly published ‘Guidance on Health, Fitness ...

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OGA Greenlights Serica's Columbus Field Development Plan

Serica Energy’s Columbus Field Development Plan (FDP) has received approval from the Oil and Gas Authority ...

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Defining Acceptable Subsea Cable Risk

By Ed Jones, Subsea Cable Lead, Cathie Associates Background Since the 1850s, submarine cables have played an ...

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Universal Foundation in Deutsche Bucht Mono Bucket Demo

Universal Foundation has entered into a contract with the Dutch marine contractor Van Oord. Under the contract ...

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L3 ASV in Autonomous Navigation Study for U.K. Government

L3 ASV has received U.K. government funding for a pioneering project on autonomous navigation of maritime vessels. ...

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Norway and Russia Agree on Barents Sea Seismic Acquisition

Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Kjell-Børge Freiberg and Russian Minister of Natural Resources and ...

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BP Gets Green Light for Alligin Development

BP has received approval from the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to proceed with the Alligin field development located ...

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Irish Sea Contractors Roll Out Subsea Cable Repair Solution

Subsea engineering services firm Irish Sea Contractors has launched a new, patented, in-house developed subsea ...

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ACCIONA Developing AUVs for SWARMs Project

The SWARMs European project, of which ACCIONA is a member, is developing vehicles capable of performing complex ...

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Deep-Ocean Profiler Show Fast Drop in Antarctic Bottom Water

Dr. Taiyo Kobayashi of the Research and Development Center for Global Change at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth ...

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New Lead for Crown Estate Scotland Energy and Aquaculture

The Crown Estate Scotland has appointed Colin Palmer to lead the development of offshore renewable energy and ...

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BHGE Partners with AFRC to Improve Its Services

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Baker Hughes, a GE company ...

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Osbit Delivers Subsea Cables Test Rig to ORE Catapult

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has taken delivery of cable bend fatigue test rig that should support ...

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Shell and Partners in Arran FID

Shell and its partners have made a final investment decision (FID) for the Arran field development, located in the ...

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Equinor Gets Nod for Snorre Life Extension

Equinor has received consent to continue use of the Snorre A and Snorre B facilities through 2040. The Norwegian ...

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Norway Eyes Northern Barents Petroleum Resources

The Norwegian government proposes to increase funding to geological surveying with NOK 50 million, to continue the ...

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DEME's GSR Picks Normand Reach for Nodule Collector Trials

Solstad Offshore has been awarded a contract with Global Sea Mineral Resources (GSR), for the construction support ...

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