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Norway and Germany Open NordLink Power Cable

May 27, 2021

Germany and Norway officially opened NordLink on Thursday, a direct power cable between the two countries that will provide Europe's largest economy with green energy at a time it is phasing out polluting coal power.Norway's electricity production…

Innovative Anchoring Solution for ORPC’s TidGen Project

May 27, 2021

ORPC has engaged Sustainable Marine’s Swift Anchors division to provide its novel rock anchoring system for ORPC’s Advanced TidGen Project set to launch in Maine later this year.Swift Anchors will be among a number of subsystems which ORPC will develop…

Archer to Provide P&A Services to Wintershall Noordzee for Up to 42 Wells

May 27, 2021

Wintershall Noordzee, a Dutch joint venture between Gazprom and Wintershall Dea has awarded Archer Oiltools the contract for a plugging and abandonment campaign for the 2021/22 period and for up to 42 offshore wells.Oil services company Archer will provide is Perforate…

Horisont Energi Wraps Up 1st Phase of 'Europe’s First' Large-scale Clean Ammonia Project

May 26, 2021

Horisont Energi, a Norwegian carbon capture technology firm, said on Wednesday that it had wrapped up a feasibility phase of the Barents Blue project, laying the groundwork for what it claims will be Europe's first large-scale carbon-neutral ammonia plant with offshore carbon storage…

Shearwater Hires DOF Subsea's Vessel, ROV for OBN Survey in Brazil

May 25, 2021

Marine seismic contractor Shearwater Geoservices has awarded subsea support vessel operator DOF Subsea contracts a vessel and an ROV contract for seismic support work in Brazil.DOF Subsea's Skandi Neptune vessel will support Shearwater's Ocean Bottom Node seismic campaigns on Petrobras' Jubarte…

Sonardyne Launches Portable Subsea Tracking System

May 25, 2021

Offshore technology and survey company Sonardyne has launched a new, portable configuration of its shallow water Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) system Micro-Ranger 2.'Everything needed to start tracking divers, remotely operated vehicles, autonomous…

James Fisher Renewables Nets Offshore Wind UXO Survey Gig in France

May 25, 2021

James Fisher Renewables has been selected by the French transmission grid operator Réseau de Transport d'Electricité (RTE) to identify unexploded ordnance (UXO) along the export cable routes for the Fécamp offshore wind project.The 18-kilometer export cable…

VIDEO: Can the Subsea Factory Support a Net Zero World?

May 25, 2021

Mads Hjelmeland is passionate about subsea processing. It’s a subject close to his heart in his role as managing director, Processing Systems, OneSubsea. But it’s more than just a recovery enhancing technology to Mads. Subsea processing is central…

Offshore Mooring: Delmar Systems Acquires Vryhof

May 24, 2021

U.S.-based offshore mooring services firm Delmar Systems on Monday announced the acquisition of the Dutch-based rival Vryhof, consisting of Deep Sea Mooring and Vryhof Anchors. The combined company, with its global footprint and enhanced asset portfolio…

Subsea 7 Nets 'Very Large' Deal for Mero 3 Pipeline Delivery

May 24, 2021

Brazilian oil company Petrobras has awarded offshore services provider Subsea 7 a 'very large' contract for the delivery of subsea equipment for the Mero 3 deepwater field development, offshore Brazil.A very large contract, according to Subsea 7…

Tackling the Energy Transition, the TechnipFMC Way

May 20, 2021

Jon Landes comes with 25 years’ experience in the energy industry. As President, Subsea, Landes has global responsibility for TechnipFMC’s subsea business he’s now in a great place to tackle how we can embrace and shape the energy transition with sustainable solutions…

Balmoral's System Prevents Offshore Wind Cable Damage

May 20, 2021

Aberdeen-based Balmoral Comtec has noted recent news on offshore wind cable failures, and has offered a solution for the problem in the form of its integrated cable protection stability system.According to the company, its system offers up to…

Energy Transition: UK Subsea Services Firm Urged to 'Act Now'

May 19, 2021

Experts are advising the UK subsea industry to act now and take advantage of the energy transition, warning that the journey to net-zero is already underway and businesses must keep up with the required change of speed.Subsea UK, the country's subsea services industry association…

Nexans to Deliver Umbilicals for Equinor's Offshore Oilfield in Brazil

May 19, 2021

Subsea Integration Alliance, a partnership between OneSubsea and Subsea 7, has awarded offshore cable firm Nexans a contract to deliver umbilicals for Equinor's Bacalhau project offshore Brazil.Under the contract, Nexans will design, manufacture…

Jan De Nul Repairs Tennet's Offshore Wind Cable in Germany

May 18, 2021

Offshore installation services firm Jan De Nul said Tuesday it had repaired TenneT’s AC108 cable connecting the Trianel Borkum offshore substation with Tennet's DolWin alpha converter station in the North Sea, offshore Germany.The repair job…

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