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.

TEPCO Starts Seabed Survey for Potential Japanese OWF

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has started a seabed survey offshore Japan to ascertain the bedrock structure ...

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Ashtead to Offer Oceaneering's ROV Tools in Its Facilities

Ashtead Technology has signed a global master lease agreement with Oceaneering International to ...

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Sonardyne Boosts Sales Across Europe, Asia and the Americas

Sonardyne has reported new Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) equipment sales across Europe, Asia and the Americas. ...

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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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Timas Suplindo Charters Telford's Construction Vessel

Telford Offshore has been awarded a charter contract from Indonesian contractor Timas Suplindo for the DP3 ...

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Halfwave in Two New Pipe Inspection Deals with Woodside

Halfwave has been awarded two new pipeline inspections by Woodside in Australia as a part of a Master Services ...

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Divers Retrieve Black Box from Sunken Lion Air JT610

Divers have found one black box of the Lion Air flight JT610 that crashed into the Java Sea off Indonesia with 189 ...

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JFD Australia Adds New Chairman

JFD, a part of James Fisher and Sons, has appointed Harry Dunstall as a new non-executive Australian chairman to ...

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Russian Divers Reach 416 Meters Record in Sea of Japan

Russian military divers have successfully carried out a dive to a depth of 416 meters for the first time in the ...

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Lion Air Flight Crashed into Java Sea

Lion Air flight JT610 has crashed into the sea off Indonesia with 189 people on board. The flight JT610, en-route ...

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Australia’s INDIGO Subsea Cable Lands in Sydney

A consortium comprising AARNet, Google, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel, SubPartners and Telstra have marked a milestone ...

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PEACE Cable Kicks Off Cable and Material Production

The PEACE Cable project has entered into the cable and material manufacturing stage. The PEACE Cable system ...

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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 (October 22 – ...

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CSBC's Pin-Piles for Ørsted's Taiwanese Wind Project

Ørsted has signed a contract with CSBC Corporation for the manufacture of wind turbine foundation pin piles for a ...

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SBSS Wraps Up Stingray Cable Project in Malaysia

S. B. Submarine Systems (SBSS) has completed the Stingray fibre optic cable installation project for Ifactors in ...

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Aker Solutions in Subsea Order Win for Lingshui Field

Aker Solutions has received an order valued at more than NOK 1.7 billion from the China National Offshore Oil ...

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Polarcus in New South East Asia Seismic Project

Polarcus has received an award for a 3D marine seismic acquisition project in South East Asia. The project is ...

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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 (October 15 – ...

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MacArtney Provides 2nd TRIAXUS ROTV for RV Investigator

MacArtney has supplied second TRIAXUS ROTV system for use on the Australia’s Marine National Facility ...

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DeepOcean Wins OZ Gig

DeepOcean has been awarded a contract within the oil and gas sector for the provision of post-lay trenching ...

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McDermott Starts Tyra Redevelopment Fabrication

McDermott International has held a first steel-cutting ceremony at its fabrication yard in Batam, Indonesia, to ...

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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 (October 08 – ...

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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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Modus, Fugro to Provide Hybrid AUV Services in Australasia

Modus Seabed Intervention has entered into a collaboration agreement with Fugro to provide hybrid AUV pipeline ...

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Australia’s CSIRO Gets Saab Seaeye Robotics Training

Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has begun training students ...

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UTEC Geomarine Strengthens Asia Pacific Portfolio

UTEC Geomarine has recently relocated a suite of geotechnical equipment to Australia, from the UK, to meet demand ...

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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 (October 01 – ...

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