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Siemens Energy Sees No Signs of Movement on Portovaya Turbine Delivery - CEO

Sep 30, 2022

Siemens Energy ENR1n.DE does not expect to be able to deliver a turbine for the Portovaya compressor station in Russia that is used to pump gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, its chief executive told German magazine Der Spiegel.The pipeline…

Groupe Gorgé Completes Its Acquisition of iXblue

Sep 29, 2022

French tech company Groupe Gorgé on Thursday announced it has finalized its acquisition of iXblue.Notably, the deal brings together iXblue and ECA Group, creating a European high-tech industrial leader in the fields of robotics, maritime, navigation…

Offshore Wind: Heerema Marine Contractors Orders Motion Compensated Pile Gripper from Huisman

Sep 29, 2022

Heerema Marine Contractors has awarded Huisman a contract to deliver a Motion Compensated Pile Gripper.The Motion Compensation Pile Gripper will enable Heerema to install offshore wind monopiles up to 12.5 meters in diameter, with a length of up to 115 meters and a weight of 3…

Proserv Acquires Stake in Power System Monitoring Expert, Synaptec

Sep 28, 2022

Global controls technology company Proserv has acquired a minority stake in Glasgow-based power system monitoring expert, Synaptec, with whom it had initially formed a strategic alliance in October 2020 to drive forward the innovation of disruptive…

HAUV Featuring Adaptive Autonomy Deployed at Nordsee One

Sep 27, 2022

Trials of the state-of-the-art A.IKANBILIS hovering autonomous underwater vehicle (HAUV) conducted by Nordsee One GmbH and supported by manufacturer BeeX Pte Ltd and European partner Subsea Europe Services GmbH at the Nordsee One wind farm in…

NOV Launches Solution that Promises to Cut Offshore Wind Blade Installation Cost

Sep 27, 2022

GustoMSC and NOV Lifting & Handling said Tuesday they had developed a solution to improve offshore wind turbine blade installation efficiency.'Blades are highly susceptible to wind loads, so they currently take the most time to install,' the companies said…

Uniwise Offshore Boosts OSV Fleet Cyber-Security with Inmarsat's Fleet Secure UTM

Sep 27, 2022

Uniwise Offshore, a Thailand-based offshore support vessel (OSV) company, has boosted cyber-security standards across its OSV fleet by adopting technology from Inmarsat, a mobile satellite communications specialist.'With reliable connectivity delivered by Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress…

Norway Oil Safety Regulator Warns of Threats from Unidentified Drones

Sep 26, 2022

Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) on Monday urged oil companies to be more vigilant over unidentified drones seen flying near Norwegian offshore oil and gas platforms, warning they could pose a risk of accidents or deliberate attacks…

Osbit Delivers Swordfish Trencher to Jan De Nul

Sep 22, 2022

UK-based offshore equipment supplier Osbit announced it has delivered a new subsea trenching vehicle to Luxembourg offshore and marine services company Jan De Nul.The high-powered vehicle, named Swordfish, is a purpose-built cable burial tool…

First UMACK Anchor for CorPower WEC Installed off Portugal

Sep 22, 2022

CorPower Ocean, Maersk Supply Service and Dieseko have installed the first commercial-scale UMACK anchor to support the HiWave-5 demonstration project. The anchor has been installed 4km off the coast of Aguçadoura, in northern Portugal, where…

Baker Hughes, Mocean Energy, Verlume Ink MOU

Sep 22, 2022

Baker Hughes, Mocean Energy and Verlume have signed a triparty memorandum of understanding (MoU) to identify and discuss potential opportunities for collaboration on integrated wave energy and subsea energy storage solutions for the emerging subsea clean energy market…

Schlumberger Launches Enterprise Data Solution

Sep 21, 2022

Schlumberger on Wednesday announced the commercial release of the Schlumberger Enterprise Data Solution, which is powered by Microsoft Energy Data Services. 'Developed to deliver the most comprehensive capabilities for subsurface data—in alignment…

Aker BP Taps Vissim to Develop Digital Platform for Offshore Oil Spill Monitoring

Sep 20, 2022

The Norwegian technology firm Vissim has won a contract Vissim to develop a digital platform for future oil spill monitoring and detection system on the Norwegian continental shelf for Aker BP.Vissim said Tuesday it would develop a software…

Inside the Baker Hughes Subsea Production Strategy

Sep 19, 2022

With volatile markets and increasing speed of technological changes – led by digitalization and decarbonization – Richard Ward discusses subsea production trends, opportunities and challenges.Richard, to start can you give a brief career bio with an overview of your current responsibilities…

Digitalization: Schlumberger Launches Digital Platform Partner Program

Sep 19, 2022

Program encourages independent software vendors to build, market, and sell solutions and apps through Schlumberger digital platform.Schlumberger launched its Digital Platform Partner Program, designed allow independent software vendors (ISV)…

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