Offshore Engineer Equipment News

Seatec Wins Subsea Pumps Order

Mar 06, 2019

Dutch supplier Seatec said it has been awarded a contract for the design and delivery of four subsea pump systems.The comany said all four systems will be fitted with special hydraulic motor, remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) release and various electrical sensors plus valves…

BP Partners with Enpro on FAM Technology

Mar 05, 2019

BP and Enpro Subsea have executed a Global Frame Agreement aimed at providing an enhanced subsea architecture and smart standardization using Flow Access Module (FAM) technology to enable fast track, capital efficient subsea tiebacks.Enpro said…

Crane Collapses on Eni Offshore Platform

Mar 05, 2019

One person died and two people were injured when a crane collapsed at an Italian offshore oil platform run by Eni, the oil and gas major said on Tuesday.The crane was in operation when it toppled from the Barbara F platform, about 60 km (35 miles) off Ancona…

Ampelmann Wins Mexico Contract

Mar 04, 2019

Dutch offshore access provider Ampelmann announced Monday it has secured its first contract in Mexico. An A-type system has been mobilized on a flotel and will operate for two months, enabling the installation of an oil and gas platform.The fully motion compensated A-type system…

Subsea Supply Chain Tightening -Proserv

Mar 04, 2019

As exploration and production (E&P) activity in the offshore oil and gas industry gradually accelerates, the global subsea sector is set to face supply chain challenges, predicts controls technology company Proserv.Industry consultants have…

New CEO at ​​​​Svanehøj Group

Mar 04, 2019

Søren Kringelholt Nielsen has been appointed as the new CEO of Svanehøj Group, a Danish designer and manufacturer of specialized deep well and in-line pumps for the marine and oil and gas industries.The new cheif executive comes to Svanehøj from Hydratech Industries…

Impact Monitoring: Cut Downtime and Cost

Mar 01, 2019

Anyone who works in business knows the importance of following processes to achieve successful outcomes. When it comes to the oil and gas industry, one misstep, change or delay can throw the entire process off, rendering resources useless and costing a company thousands…

EnerQuip Sets Sail on Vantage Drillship

Feb 27, 2019

Torque machine solutions provider EnerQuip said a recent contract delivery for Vantage will mark the first time one of its high torque machines will be used on a drillship, the sixth generation ultra-deepwater capable Tungsten Explorer.The 200…

Wood Bags EPCI Contract from Equinor

Feb 20, 2019

Wood has secured a new $13 million contract with Equinor to deliver engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) services to the Vigdis boosting station increased oil recovery (IOR) project.Effective immediately, Wood will…

The “Disruption” in AUV Trends

Feb 15, 2019

Missions—it’s all a question of missions. The mission decides the payload, battery capacity, size and processing power of an autonomous underwater vehicle, or AUV. King among these is payload, from which market disruption is just waiting to happen…

Proserv Names Erntsen as CTO

Feb 13, 2019

Controls technology company Proserv said it has promoted Tore Erntsen to the position of chief technology officer (CTO), Subsea Controls, based at the firm’s Trondheim facility.Prior to taking on his new role, Erntsen  was vice president, engineering and technology…

Leviathan Subsea Equipment Completed

Feb 13, 2019

Houston based Trendsetter Engineering said it has finished building a range of subsea production equipment for Noble Energy’s Leviathan Project, a large natural gas field under development in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel…

A Structural Shift for the Subsea Supply Chain

Feb 04, 2019

Late cycle contractors may have changed the subsea sector for good and as lead times shorten, schedule optimization is an increasingly vital consideration for offshore project developments.In prior generations, a subsea original equipment manufacturer’s…

Untethered Subsea Power

Feb 01, 2019

U.S. based tech conglomerate Teledyne has long supplied fuel cell technologies for NASA and other customers for space and terrestrial applications. Now its Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. (TESI) arm is looking to take the technology to new depths…

Quick Connect Fiber Optic Cabling

Jan 31, 2019

A quick and easy solution can speed the certification of fiber optic cabling installed in explosive atmospheres including caustic marine environments.As automation continues to expand into diverse industrial sectors, the demand for multi-channel fiber optic cable is following suit…

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