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.

Kongsberg Rolls Out Flexview Sonar for Observation ROVs

Kongsberg Mesotech is introducing the Flexview multibeam sonar designed specifically for small observation class ...

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MacArtney Brings Out New Underwater Winch

MacArtney has introduced a new underwater winch to expand the MERMAC family of electrically driven winches. The new ...

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Telford Launches as It Adds Four Sea Trucks Vessels

Telford Offshore, a new name in the global oil and gas industry, has officially launched following the acquisition ...

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Coda Octopus Launches New 3D Connect Platform

Coda Octopus has released new 3D Connect integration platform for integration of the Echoscope 3D sonar range. The ...

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DOC and Swan Hunter Launch Storage and Spooling Yard

Dutch Offshore Contractors (DOC)-Swan Hunter storage and spooling yard is ready for operations, following equipment ...

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Halliburton in Nigeria Training and Research Center Launch

Halliburton has worked with the Akwa Ibom state government to inaugurate and open Nigeria’s first oil and gas ...

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Teledyne CARIS Launches New Version of Bathy DataBASE

Developer of marine mapping software Teledyne CARIS has released new version of its Bathy DataBASE (BDB) software. ...

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South Atlantic Cable System Launched in Angola

Angola Cables took a step closer to completion of the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) at an official launch in ...

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DOF Subsea in IPO Launch on Oslo Exchange

DOF Subsea intends to launch an initial public offering (IPO) of its ordinary shares and to apply for a listing on ...

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DNV GL Launches Subsea Pipe-Soil RP

DNV GL now launches a new recommended practice DNVGL-RP-F114 ‘Pipe-soil interaction for submarine pipelines’, ...

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Jan De Nul Splashes Another Newbuild in China

Jan De Nul’s new multipurpose vessel ‘Daniel Bernoulli’ has been launched from the slipway at the ...

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Intecsea Introduces New Low-Motion Floaters

Intecsea has launched a range of low-motion (LM) floaters – the flagship LM-FPSO, the LM-FLNG and the LM-SEMI. ...

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Operators Launch MCT Submarine Cable

Telcotech, Malaysia Telekom and Symphony Communication have launched the Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand (MCT) submarine ...

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Sonomatic Officially Launches New Facility

Sonomatic has created a centre of excellence for NDT and integrity services at its brand new, multi-disciplined ...

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New Oil & Gas Technology Centre Set Up in Aberdeen

A new £180-million Oil & Gas Technology Centre has been officially opened in Aberdeen with aim to become the ...

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Lloyd’s Register Launches Subsea Inspection Service

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has established Subsea Inspection Service to support underwater inspections of subsea ...

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Infinera Reveals New Platform for Cloud Scale Subsea Network

Infinera, a provider of intelligent transport networks, has released new platforms within its DTN-X family to power ...

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N-Seatec Secures LARS Order

N-Seatec has received an order for the design and delivery of two Launch and Recovery (LARS) systems. Units are ...

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Ooredoo and Huawei Launch Maldives Subsea Telecom Cable

Ooredoo Maldives and Huawei Marine has inaugurated Ooredoo’s Nationwide Submarine Cable. Azleen Ahmed, home ...

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Bravenes Launched in China

Van Oord’s E169 fall-pipe subsea rock installation (SRI) vessel ‘Bravenes’ was launched ...

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Lloyd’s Register Presents New Decommissioning Service

Lloyd’s Register said it has launched a new decommissioning service. Namely, the company said it is offering ...

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