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TGS Plans New Seep Study Project in MSGBC Basin

TGS plans to start its first regional offshore MSGBC SeaSeep Project in the North West Africa Atlantic Margin.   ...

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Scripps, APL-UW Select Wave Gliders for New Ocean Study

Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Scripps) and the Applied Physics Laboratory of the University of Washington ...

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MSS Kicks Off Seabed Minerals Environmental Study

The Maersk Supply Service multi-purpose vessel, Maersk Launcher, has left San Diego port for its first deep sea ...

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Xodus to Size Up Scottish Subsea Power

Xodus Group is undertaking an international study on behalf of Scottish Enterprise to determine competitiveness and ...

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Scotland Could Benefit from Decommissioning, New Study Shows

A new study into decommissioning opportunities in the oil and gas sector has been published on Monday. Energy ports ...

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ADDs Prove Effective on Minke Whales During OW Construction

The Offshore Renewables Joint industry Programme (ORJIP), with funding from innogy, Ørsted, and Statoil has ...

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Intertek Teams Up with Universities for Tidal Power Study

Intertek has teamed up with Cardiff University, the University of South Wales and the University of Edinburgh to ...

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New Study Off Mid- and South Atlantic Coast Begins

Scientists beginning a new four-and-a-half year study of deep-sea coral, canyon, and gas seep ecosystems in the ...

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WFN in Hudson Bay Subsea Cable Study

WFN Strategies has been selected by Ambra Solutions to carry out a study for a submarine cable connecting Canada’s ...

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CGG Finalizes Processing of Carabao Study Data

CGG informed that the final geoscience data for its Carabao multi-client study, acquired offshore the Philippines, ...

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UK Scientists Release Underwater Noise Study

The Centre for the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) has teamed up with Marine Scotland ...

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EMF from Subsea Power Cables Doesn't Harm Marine Organisms

A new report from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) addresses four questions about the impact of ...

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Deepwater Horizon Spill Left Traces on Gulf Marshes

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill six years ago caused widespread marsh erosion that may be permanent in some places, ...

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Sevan Gets Study for Wisting Discovery in Barents Sea

Sevan Marine has been awarded a study to evaluate its cylindrical hull design for application on the Wisting field ...

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OGA Awards UKCS Surface and Subsurface Study Contracts

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded four contracts with a combined value of more than £6 million over three ...

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Jee in Cable Optimisation Study for East Anglia ONE

Jee has been awarded a contract by Scottish Power Renewables to carry out an array cable optimisation study for the ...

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AWI Scientists to Deploy New Equipment in Arctic Study

Scientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) are setting out ...

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Fugro in Route E39 Fjord Crossings Study

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) has awarded Fugro a contract worth 111 million NOK for ...

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University of Dundee to Study Subsea Decommissioning

Research that will support decommissioning by exploring approaches to the recovery of subsea structures is to be ...

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EcoSPRAY to Help Study Moored Floating Structures

Dynamic Systems Analysis (DSA) has led the launch of the EcoSPRAY, a marine structure designed to gather data to ...

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New Study Helps to Reduce Ship-Whale Collisions

University of Victoria (UVic) is leading a mission off Flores Island in Clayoquot Sound, north of Tofino, to deepen ...

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