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Catching the MIROS Wave

Oct 30, 2022

Real-time, cloud-based wave monitoring helps offshore operators perform more efficiently and safely, as Jonas Røstad, Chief Commercial Officer, explains.

C-Innovation Secures Work in US Gulf

Oct 26, 2022

Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) affiliate C-Innovation, (C-I) on Wednesday announced it has signed a multi-year contract with a major operator in the Gulf of Mexico, securing the C-Constructor to support the New Well Delivery Program and the Holiday for inspection…

Rovco to Install Rock Bags at Galloper Offshore Wind Farm

Oct 25, 2022

Rovco, a provider of subsea robotic and hydrographic survey services, will deliver and install offshore rock bags at the Galloper offshore wind farm in the Outer Thames Estuary, offshore the UK.The project scope includes installing rock bags…

DEME Offshore, LS Cable & System Secure Work at Vattenfall’s Norfolk Boreas Wind Farm

Oct 21, 2022

Belgium-based offshore construction company DEME Offshore has been awarded the export cable contract for Vattenfall’s Norfolk Boreas Wind Farm in a consortium with LS Cable & System. The consortium has also been selected as the preferred bidder…

ExxonMobil Awards DOF Subsea a $253,4M Deal for Offshore Vessel Duo in Guyana

Oct 21, 2022

U.S. oil major ExxonMobil has awarded three-year contracts for two DOF Subsea vessels for work in Guyana, where Exxon has so far made more than 25 oil discoveries, with more than 11 billion barrels of oil found.Under the contracts, DOF Subsea will perform IMR…

VIDEO: AD Ports' SAFEEN Buys Subsea Service Vessel

Oct 21, 2022

AD Ports Group's subsidiary SAFEEN has acquired a support vessel to boost the company's subsea service capabilities.Built in 2014, the vessel, previously known as the Nordic Prince, will operate under the name ‘SAFEEN Surveyor’ and will undergo an extensive conversion prior to starting operations…

AMSC Takes Delivery of Construction Support Vessel. Leases it to Solstad Offshore

Oct 19, 2022

American Shipping Company ASA (AMSC) has completed the acquisition and taken delivery of the Normand Maximus construction support vessel.The vessel has already started a long-term bareboat charter with a subsidiary of the Norwegian offshore vessel operator Solstad Offshore upon delivery…

East Med Gas Could Help Ease Europe's Energy Crunch with Right Funding

Oct 17, 2022

East Mediterranean gas reserves can help ease Europe's energy crunch but require funding from institutions like the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank to realise the area's full potential, an official said on Friday…

Kraken Wins Subsea Battery Order from AUV Manufacturer

Oct 14, 2022

Canada-based maritime robotics firm Kraken Robotics has secured an order for subsea batteries from a manufacturer of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). 'The order is valued at $1.1 million and is a follow on from a $4.8 million order from the same customer earlier this year…

Russia Needs Permission for Its Ships to Inspect Nord Stream Damage - Novak

Oct 14, 2022

Russia needs permission for its vessels to conduct investigations into explosions that damaged Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday. He did not specify who should grant the permission…

FOW Players Target 132kV Dynamic Cables

Oct 12, 2022

UK industry players are eying the development of 132kV dynamic array cables to meet the demands of ever larger turbines, but there are calls for standards to be agreed before they invest.The need for 132kV cables is being driven by the growth is turbine capacity to 15MW and beyond…

VIDEO: 'Historic Moment' as Seabed Nodules Collected and Lifted to Production Vessel Using 4 km Riser

Oct 12, 2022

The Metals Company (TMC) said Wednesday it had collected an initial batch of seafloor polymetallic nodules, and transported them up a 4km-long riser system to the surface in the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean.TMC, the explorer…

MTR100: For USVs and AUVs, is it a Hydrogen Future?

Oct 12, 2022

Hydrogen has been making big headlines in the energy world. It’s one of the potential routes to deliver high density energy to transport and heavy industry – but also to marine applications, as well as a way to move and store renewable energy…

Ashtead Technology Appoints Christie as Head of Mechanical Solutions Business

Oct 12, 2022

UK-based subsea equipment rental and solutions specialist Ashtead Technology has appointed James Christie as the new leader for its Mechanical Solutions service line.Ashtead Technology said that Christie, who is Regional Director for Ashtead…

Baltic Sea Island Bornholm Suffers Temporary Power Outage

Oct 10, 2022

A Danish Baltic Sea island suffered a temporary power blackout on Monday as a local grid fault caused the transformer feeding electricity from Sweden to shut down, Energinet and E.ON said.      Danish transmission system operator Energinet said…

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