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OceanAlpha Features USV Portfolio at OI 2022

Mar 09, 2022

The Hongkong based Unmanned Surface Vessel manufacturer OceanAlpha is showcasing its innovative USV portfolio for inland hydrography survey, offshore operation and maintenance (O&M) and smart rescue solutions at the Oceanology International (OI2022) held from March 15 to 17 in London Excel…

Schlumberger Says Russia-Ukraine Conflict Will Weigh on Q1 Results

Mar 08, 2022

Schlumberger's current-quarter results are likely to be impacted by the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, its chief executive officer said on Tuesday, as Moscow accounts for about 5% of the oilfield services company's global revenue.Crude prices…

Greensea Launches Hull Cleaning Spin-off Armach Robotics

Mar 08, 2022

Marine software pioneer Greensea Systems Inc. has launched spin-off company Armach Robotics, that capitalizes on Greensea’s digital expertise to offer a subscription model robotic hull cleaning system using autonomy, intelligence and data fusion to tackle biofouling…

Duo Launches RenQuip to Fill Energy Market's Tool Manufacturing and Equipment Rental Gap

Mar 07, 2022

Two experienced industry veterans Marc Gerrard and John Morgan have launched RenQuip Limited, a new Dyce, Aberdeen-based tool manufacturing and equipment rental company 'that will bridge the gap between the petroleum and renewables sectors.''RenQuip’s…

ConocoPhillips to Use Schlumberger Digital Solutions for Reservoir Engineering Modeling

Mar 07, 2022

Oilfield services company Schlumberger on Monday announced an enterprise-wide deployment of the cloud-based DELFI cognitive E&P environment for the U.S. oil firm ConocoPhillips. ConocoPhillips will use Schlumberger digital solutions enabled…

Offshore Oil: Thermoplastic Composite Pipes Have Much Lower Carbon Footprint Compared to Steel Pipelines, JIP Shows

Mar 07, 2022

DNV, Strohm, and the Non-Metallic Innovation Centre (NIC) have launched a report comparing the lifecycle carbon footprint of externally coated carbon steel pipe and thermoplastic composite pipes (TCP), which shows that TCP has a significantly lower carbon footprint…

Plexus Suspends Activities With Russia's Gusar over War in Ukraine

Mar 07, 2022

Plexus Holdings, the AIM-quoted oil and gas engineering services firm that owns the proprietary POS-GRIP method of wellhead engineering, said Monday it would suspend its activities with Russian license partner Gusar due to the war in Ukraine…

Wave Energy Tech Firm Mocean Energy Secures Major Investment

Mar 04, 2022

UK-based wave energy technology company Mocean Energy has said it has secured a major new investment to accelerate the commercial roll-out of its Blue Star wave machine. The new funds will drive the technology's adoption in subsea oil and gas…

Marco Polo Marine, F-Drones to Build Autonomous Cargo Drones for Offshore Wind Farms

Mar 03, 2022

Singapore's marine logistics firm Marco Polo Marine has signed an agreement with F-drones, a company developing large scale autonomous delivery drones, to co-develop the world’s first large-scale, electric aerial delivery drones for offshore wind farms…

Waterotor Unveils 20MW 'Big Cajun' System Aimed at Decarbonizing Offshore Oil Operations

Mar 02, 2022

Hydrokinetic energy company Waterotor International Corp. on Tuesday unveiled its 20MW hybrid ocean energy-generating system aimed at decarbonizing offshore oil and gas operations.The megarotor system design called “The Big Cajun” was unveiled…

TDI-Brooks Puts New CPT System to Use

Mar 01, 2022

Marine data acquisition services company TDI-Brooks said it has conducted two projects with its new Neptune 5000 (N5K) cone penetration testing (CPT) System delivered from Datem in 2021.The first program was conducted in October for an offshore wind farm project on the U…

"CTO in Focus" - Gareth Davies, Baker Hughes

Mar 01, 2022

New for 2022 is Offshore Engineer's 'CTO in Focus' which aims to gain insights from the C-Suite and the R&D lab of industry majors on the trends driving offshore energy production. Leading off is Gareth Davies, executive director of strategy…

Putting Power on the Seafloor is a Fuel Cell Future

Mar 01, 2022

Two outfits, one in Germany and one in the US, are chasing a goal of supplying long-term subsea power in remote locations, via fuel cells, to users including oceanographic observatories to underwater vehicles. Elaine Maslin takes a look.Long…

Steady Lifting for Offshore Wind

Feb 28, 2022

Offshore wind in the United States is moving forward at pace, thanks in large part to a number of positive developments for the newly emerging industry over the last year or so. For one, the Biden administration at the start of 2021 revealed…

UK: Eleven Firms Win Offshore Wind Growth Partnership Grants

Feb 25, 2022

The UK-based Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) on Friday announced the winners of its first Innovation Grant Funding Competition in which eleven UK firms secured a share of OWGP's £3m Innovation Grant funding pot.Launched in September 2021…

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