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Trident Hires Archer for Well Intervention and Drilling Services in Brazil

Mar 13, 2024

Oilfield services firm Archer has secured a $20 million contract from Trident Energy to provide its well interventions and platform drilling services in Brazil.Archer will provide comprehensive platform drilling services, including well interventions for regulatory requirements…

Huisman to Supply Two Subsea Cranes for Toyo’s New Cable Layer

Mar 12, 2024

Dutch company Huisman has secured a contract to supply two subsea cranes for Toyo Construction’s new cable laying vessel (CLV), being built by Norwegian shipbuilder Vard.The contract Huisman signed with Vard is for the delivery of full electric 250 mt Hybrid Boom Subsea Crane…

Magallanes Puts Tadek on Tidal Energy Cables and Mooring Systems Job

Mar 12, 2024

Spanish tidal energy company Magallanes Renovables has awarded a contract to Tadek Ocean Engineering for a detailed design related to cables, installation and mooring systems for tidal energy projects to be installed offshore United Kingdom…

Fugro Extends Partnership with Local Firm for Vietnam’s Offshore Wind Industry

Mar 12, 2024

Dutch survey company Fugro and Vietnam's PTSC Geos & Subsea Services (PTSC G&S) have extended their memorandum of understanding (MOU) to provide marine site characterization services in support of Vietnam’s growing offshore wind industry.Under the two-year agreement…

Spirit Energy Hires Shearwater for CCS Seismic Survey in UK

Mar 12, 2024

UK-based oil and gas firm Spirit Energy has awarded a contract to Shearwater Geoservices to conduct a seismic survey in the East Irish Sea, as part of the Morecambe Net Zero (MNZ) carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.The six-week operation…

Nexans Completes Cable Pull-Ins at Moray West Offshore Wind Farm

Mar 11, 2024

French subsea power cable maker Nexans has completed the offshore export cable pull-ins at 882 MW Moray West offshore wind farm in Scotland.Nexans used its cable laying vessel Nexans Aurora to perform offshore export cable pull-ins for both…

TDI-Brooks' Retrofitted Vessel Arrives to US for Offshore Wind Work

Mar 08, 2024

TDI-Brooks' latest dynamic positioning vessel, the RV Nautilus, has reached the shores of the East Coast of the United States ahead of work for offshore wind sector.After undergoing a six-month retrofit in Las Palmas, the 2000-built vessel will…

Decom Engineering Enters Australia with Triple Contract Win

Mar 08, 2024

Northern Ireland-based Decom Engineering has secured three decommissioning contracts worth over $635,000, marking its entry to the Australian decommissioning sector and strengthening its position in the Asia Pacific region.The decommissioning…

Equinor and Polenergia Hire RockWave for Offshore Wind Subsurface Data Reprocessing

Mar 07, 2024

Equinor and Polenergia have awarded a contract to RockWave for subsurface data reprocessing for Baltyk 1 offshore wind farm in Poland.The contract scope entrusted to RockWave for the 1.56 GW offshore wind farm involves the reprocessing of sparker…

MacGregor Gets Large Crane Order for Prysmian’s New Cable Layer

Mar 07, 2024

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received a large order for three cranes that will be installed onboard a new cable laying vessel (CLV) being built for Prysmian by shipbuilder Vard.MacGregor will deliver a 100-tonne active heave-compensated (AHC) crane…

Harland & Wolff Inks Five-Year Contract with Global Oil Services Company

Mar 06, 2024

Harland & Wolff Group has signed a five-year master services agreement for the fabrication of large structures with oil services company supplying subsea infrastructure for global oil and gas developments.Harland & Wolff has received its first…

LS Cable Reels In Preferred Supplier Deal for CIP’s Offshore Wind Farm in Taiwan

Mar 06, 2024

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has signed preferred supply agreement with LS Cable for the supply of both offshore and onshore cables for the 500 MW offshore wind project in Taiwan.The scope of the contract awarded to Korea-based industrial…

Cellula Robotics Names Neil Manning CEO

Mar 05, 2024

Cellula Robotics, developer of fuel cell powered autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) systems, announced it has promoted Neil Manning from corporate development officer to chief executive officer (CEO).Manning joined Cellula Robotics initially as corporate development officer…

Wave-Powered Subsea Project Completes 12-Month Offshore Test Campaign

Mar 05, 2024

A groundbreaking ocean energy project, which has combined wave power with subsea energy storage to power subsea equipment, has now completed a 12-month test program at sea and will end this spring.The $2.5 million (£2 million) Renewables for…

Fugro Gets Marine Survey Job at Indonesia’s LNG and CCS Scheme

Mar 05, 2024

INPEX Masela (INPEX), a subsidiary of INPEX Corporation, has awarded Fugro a significant marine survey contract for the Abadi liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Indonesia.Fugro will perform geophysical and geotechnical surveys needed to…

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