LAkHsMI Partners Wrap Up Prototype Field Trials in Orkney

International underwater connectivity manufacturer Hydro Bond Engineering has completed prototype subsea ...

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Nexans 420 kV XLPE Cables Set for New Water Depths

Nexans said it has completed the final type-test to qualify its 420 kV XLPE subsea cable for installation at a ...

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Scotland in 4th Round of Decommissioning Challenge Fund

Scotland’s Energy Minister, Paul Wheelhouse, has announced funding of £4 million to help maximize the ...

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New JIP to Reduce Subsea Power Cable Failures Launched

The Cable Lifetime Monitoring Joint Industry Project (JIP CALM), a collaboration between over 30 international ...

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The First USV Pilot Technique Competition Held in Zhuhai

The first USV Pilot Technique Competition was recently carried out in Xiangshan Marine Technology Bay in Zhuhai, ...

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McDermott, COOEC Land $3B Saudi Aramco Deal

McDermott has been awarded a contract in excess of $3 billion for Package 1 of Saudi Aramco’s Marjan ...

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Norway Greenlights Lundin’s Pilot

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved Lundin Norway for sample extraction from the Rolvsnes ...

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TSOs Start COBRAcable Flows

Dutch and Danish national transmission system operators (TSOs) Tennet and Energinet are testing the COBRAcable, a ...

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Vattenfall, ORE Catapult Support UK Offshore Wind Innovators

A new £1.5 million programme is offering UK innovators developing products and services for the offshore wind ...

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Allseas Buys Dutch OTEC Firm

Swiss marine contractor Allseas has acquired Bluerise, a specialist developer of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion ...

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Kongsberg Propeller Design for Silent Seas

Kongsberg Maritime has adapted a propeller concept used in naval applications and is now offering the same ...

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Global Marine Group Shows Off Its New Subsea Plough

Global Marine Group (GMG), has officially launched its new pre-lay plough, known as the PLP240. Osbit recently ...

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Hydrex Propeller Buffing Approved in Belgium, Netherlands

Hydrex has developed a new method to clean propeller blades underwater in close communication with the Dutch ...

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Norway Gives Green Light for Vigdis Subsea Boosting Station

Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the Vigdis boosting station increased oil recovery (IOR) ...

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Conoco Phillips Submits Plan for Tor Re-Development

Conoco Phillips, on behalf of the licensees, has submitted a Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) for the ...

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FarSounder Tech Used in Fisheries Research

FarSounder has announced a collaborative research project using an application of its 3D sonar technology to ...

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MacArtney Supports Mediterranean Sea Observatory

MacArtney France continues to supply Teledyne Oil & Gas connectivity solutions to the pioneering MEUST-NUMerEnv ...

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Diversified Tech Rolls Out Subsea Power Conversion System

Diversified Technologies has introduced a new electrical power conversion technology for subsea power distribution ...

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BHGE to Deliver AI to Oil & Gas Sector

Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) and C3.ai have formed a joint venture agreement that brings together BHGE’s ...

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Neptune Energy Gets Green Light for Duva and Gjøa P1

Neptune Energy said that its development plans for the Duva and Gjøa P1 projects in the North Sea have been ...

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Enpro Subsea, Can-K Team Up on Multiphase Pumping Solutions

Enpro Subsea and DASS Can-K Pumps have announced a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to deliver multiphase pumping ...

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NOC Researchers Embark on New PAP Observatory Expedition

The RRS Discovery departed Southampton for this year’s annual research expedition to the Porcupine Abyssal Plain ...

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Wood Scores Equinor Double

Wood has secured two new contracts from Equinor for onshore and offshore facilities in Norway.  In the first of the ...

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JFD Wraps Up NATO Golden Arrow Submarine Rescue Exercise

JFD has recently completed a comprehensive submarine rescue exercise to mobilise the entire NATO Submarine Rescue ...

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Highlights of the Week

Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (June 17 – June ...

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ABPmer Wins Arklow Bank – Phase 2 Work

ABPmer is supporting SSE Renewables in the development of Phase 2 of its Arklow Bank Wind Park project, off the ...

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Scientists Launch €10M iAtlantic Survey

A team of researchers from countries bordering the ocean have recently embarked on a €10 million project to analyse ...

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