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.

UK Subsea Companies to Strengthen Ties with Brazil

Subsea UK, in partnership with the Department for International Trade and Scottish Development International, will ...

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Subsea UK Urges Companies to Extend Global Reach

Subsea UK is encouraging British firms to set their sights on international expansion to sustain long term growth. ...

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Former Red7 Group Directors Set Up Two New Companies

Two industry specialists, Mike Jones and Martin Spurr, have launched Red7 Offshore and Red7 Inshore Diving at Great ...

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UK Subsea Companies to Strengthen Ties with Mexico

UK subsea companies will be heading to Mexico at the end of this week on trade mission which aims to match British ...

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Moody’s Downgrades Seismic Players

Plunging oil prices are moving oil companies to cut spending on exploration activity, presenting a major challenge ...

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Liquid Robotics in RBR Top 50 Robotics Companies

Liquid Robotics, the pioneer in unmanned ocean robots, was named one of Robotics Business Review (RBR) Top 50 most ...

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HitecVision Merges Five Companies in Global Maritime Group

HitecVision is establishing a new oil service Group under the name Global Maritime Group by merging five companies ...

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Companies Partner on New Deepwater Lowering System

Cooperation between three companies developing innovative solutions for deepwater installation has led to the ...

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Aker Solutions to Split Into Two Companies

The board of directors of Aker Solutions ASA (“Aker Solutions”) has in accordance with the strategy ...

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NOAA Awards Contracts to Hydrographic Survey Companies

NOAA has granted new five-year contracts to eight private hydrographic survey companies, for projects throughout ...

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AGR Supports E&P Companies with Development of ...

AGR has developed several Multi Client studies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf that help the small and ...

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Scana Completes Sale of Daughter Companies to HitecVision

Scana Industrier ASA (“Scana”) has completed the transaction regarding the sale of its daughter ...

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Aker Solutions Splits into Two Companies

Aker Solutions will split into two companies to speed up a streamlining process that will reduce costs and better ...

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DEA Opens 7th Licensing Round, Invites Companies to ...

The DEA is opening the 7th Licensing Round for interested oil and gas companies, who are invited to submit ...

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OAA 2014 Recognises Innovative and Successful Companies

Offshore Achievement Awards recognised some of the offshore industry’s most innovative and successful companies and ...

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16 New Companies in Joint Seismic Acquisition Project

The project for joint seismic acquisition in the southeastern Barents Sea has been joined by 16 new companies. A ...

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European Construction Companies Show Interests in ...

Companies from Denmark, Germany and across Europe showed strong interest in the two new contracts for the ...

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17 Companies Join Forces in Seismic Acquisition in ...

A group comprised of 17 oil and gas companies has established a project for joint seismic acquisition in the ...

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Subsea Companies to Share Knowledge at Gastech 2014

The Korea Gas Corporation (‘KOGAS’) will next year host Gastech 2014, the world’s largest natural ...

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Acteon Companies among Houston Chronicle’s Top Workplaces

Acteon companies, 2H Offshore and InterMoor, announces that they have both been selected as one of the Houston ...

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Technip, HQC Set Up Two Joint-Venture Companies

Technip announces that its operating center in Rome, Italy, has signed an agreement with China Huanqiu Contracting ...

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