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.

Norway's Largest Oil Pipeline Reaches Johan Sverdrup Field

Norway’s largest and longest pipeline, laid by the vessel Saipem Castorone, has reached the Johan Sverdrup field in ...

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New Maritime Technology Development Firm Launched in Norway

Five Norwegian investors with experience from maritime technology innovation and industry have joined forces to ...

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NPD Nods Aasta Hansteen Start Up

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted consent to Equinor for start-up of the Aasta Hansteen facility in ...

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Three60 Acquires Norway Based Ridge

Three60 Group has acquired Stavanger based Ridge AS who specializes in the provision of engineering and consultancy ...

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Norway Nods Equinor’s Snorre Expansion Project

The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the plan for development and operation (PDO) for the ...

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Norway Approves Equinor's Johan Castberg PDO

Equinor has received the approval of the plan for development and operation of the Johan Castberg field from the ...

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Pioneering Spirit En Route to Norway

Allseas’ pipelaying vessel Pioneering Spirit, the biggest vessel in the world, has left Rotterdam and set sail ...

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Repsol Hires HydraWell for P&A Services Off Norway

Repsol Norge has awarded a frame agreement to HydraWell to provide technology and services for the operator’s plug ...

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Wintershall Submits Nova Field PDO

Wintershall has, together with its partners, submitted the Plan for Development and Operation for the Nova field in ...

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Balmoral Acquires Seaproof Solutions

Balmoral Offshore Engineering has acquired Norwegian manufacturer, Seaproof Solutions, to accelerate its expansion ...

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OMV Makes Two Discoveries Off Norway

OMV (Norge) has made gas/condensate discoveries in both the Hades and Iris prospects in licence PL 644 B, located ...

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Forum Secures ROV Orders in Russia and Norway

Forum Subsea Technologies a subsidiary of Forum Energy Technologies, has seen a strong start to the year with three ...

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ACE Winches Appoints Norway Country Manager

Deck machinery specialist ACE Winches has recently appointed Robin Sayer to the position of country manager, ACE ...

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STL Xtreme Release Connector Obtains Norwegian Patent

Aberdeen-based subsea technology specialist STL (Subsea Technologies Limited) has been awarded a Norwegian patent ...

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DeepOcean Nets Statoil SURF Deal

DeepOcean has been awarded a contract from Statoil to perform riser replacement and construction work in the North ...

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RTS Becomes Kongsberg Maritime’s Agent in Norway

Kongsberg Maritime has appointed RTS as a dealer for their range of hydroacoustic equipment and subsea positioning ...

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Aquaterra Energy Opens New Base in Norway

Aquaterra Energy, offshore engineering solutions provider, has appointed Christian Berven as business development ...

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Statoil Gets Nod for Well Intervention Ops Off Norway

Statoil has received approval from Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) to use Island Wellserver and Island Frontier ...

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TE SubCom to Supply HAVFRUE Cable System

TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, has signed a system supplier contract for the HAVFRUE cable system with ...

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Statoil Submits Plan for Snorre Expansion Project

Statoil has submitted a plan for development and operation (PDO) of the Snorre Expansion Project to the Norwegian ...

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VNG Submits Fenja Field Plan for Development and Operation

VNG Norge has submitted a Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) of the Fenja field to the Norwegian Ministry of ...

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