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iSURVEY Singapore Nets Solstad Offshore Deal

iSURVEY Singapore has been awarded a marine construction survey support contract with Solstad Offshore Asia Pacific ...

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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 (February 13– ...

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Solstad - Farstad - Deep Sea Supply in Major Merger

Solstad Offshore, Farstad Shipping and Deep Sea Supply will combine to create a new OSV company following ...

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CSV Normand Reach Gets Ichthys Gig

Solstad Offshore (SOFF) has been awarded a subcontract with McDermott for the provision of light construction ...

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REM-Solstad Merger Gets Shareholders Nod

A merger plan regarding the merger of REM with Solship Invest 1 AS, was approved by Solstad Offshore and Rem ...

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Rem Offshore CEO to Step Down

Rem Offshore, the Oslo-listed vessel owner, informed that Arild Myrvoll will resign as the company’s CEO effective ...

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Solstad Posts Quarterly Profit Drop

Oslo-listed Solstad Offshore, has recorded a profit of NOK 171.2 million ($20.8 million) for the second quarter of ...

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REM Takes NOK 900 Mln Impairment Hit

Norwegian firm REM Offshore has posted second-quarter 2016 net loss of NOK 1.12 billion ($136.5 million), compared ...

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Reach Subsea in Charter Overhaul

Norwegian contractor Reach Subsea said it has agreed on restructuring of its charter agreements with Solstad ...

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Solstad Ship Boarded by Nigerian Inspection

The Norwegian-owned offshore vessel, Normand Cutter, from Solstad Offshore was reportedly stopped and boarded by ...

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WATCH: Normand Vision Gears for Troll B Gig

The following video shows a Norwegian subsea contractor, Ocean Installer, mobilising its vessel Normand Vision for ...

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Solstad Slips into Red

Oslo-listed Solstad Offshore, has recorded a loss of NOK 236 million ($31.6 million) for the first quarter of 2015 ...

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iSURVEY Supports Norce Endeavour in Thailand

iSURVEY Pte Ltd, Singapore, which was launched in 2012, was recently awarded a marine construction contract in the ...

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Saipem Extends with Solstad

Norway’s vessel owner, Solstad Offshore, informed that Italian contractor Saipem has declared their option to ...

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IKM Subsea Wins ROV Deal with Solstad

Solstad Offshore in Singapore has awarded IKM Subsea Singapore a contract to provide ROV services onboard their DLB ...

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Solstad Signs iSURVEY for Setup Support Gig

iSURVEY has been awarded a marine construction support contract by Solstad Offshore Asia Pacific to provide ...

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Solstad Sees Profit Rise

Solstad Offshore has recorded a higher gain in the third quarter 2014, backed by its AHTS and CSV segments. The ...

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Solstad Nets Subsea Pipe Carrying Gig

Solstad Offshore ASA, an offshore-shipping company based in Skudeneshavn, Norway has been awarded a pipe ...

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Subsea 7 Declares Option for ‘Normand Subsea’

Solstad Offshore has reported that Subsea 7 has declared their option to extend the contract for the construction ...

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Normand Vision CSV Delivered to Solstad

Solstad Offshore ASA (SOFF) took delivery of Normand Vision (CSV) from Vard Group AS, Søviknes.  The vessel started ...

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Solstad Offshore Takes Delivery of CSV ‘Normand ...

Solstad Offshore ASA has taken delivery of “Normand Reach” (CSV) from Vard, Aukra. The vessel will ...

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