Heavy Lifting News


VIDEO: Allseas' Gyda Platform Removal

Sep 09, 2022

Offshore installation and decommissioning contractor Allseas has shared a video of its removal of Repsol Norge's 30,000 tonne Gyda platform.The video, featuring its Pioneering Spirit heavy lift vessel follows the removal and delivery of the platform's 11,000 tonne jacket to Aker Solutions’ disposal yard in Stord, Norway, less than 48 hours after removing it from the southern Norwegian Sea. The latest job for the vessel’s new jacket lift technology was one of the heaviest…

“Game-changing” CSOV in Norway

Aug 21, 2023

Offshore Engineer was recently in Norway to learn more about the newly launched Construction Service Operation Vessel REM Power, and of particular interest for this magazine edition, of its crane.The vessel's owner REM Offshore is a Norwegian company…

Van Oord's Aeolus Tests Seaqualize's Offshore Lifting Tool

Nov 22, 2021

Offshore industry tech scale-up Seaqualize has said it has completed offshore trials for its inline Active Heave Compensator (iAHC), the ‘Delta600’ in cooperation with Van Oord.'Together with testing partners Van Oord and nautical research institute MARIN…

Stena Drilling Buys Stake in Offshore Lifting Tech Firm Intebloc

Jun 08, 2021

Offshore drilling contractor Stena Drilling has acquired a 30% stake in Intebloc, a provider of digital lifting technology solutions that improve the safety and productivity of offshore lifting operations. Backed by Stena Drilling, Intebloc will speed up product development strategy…

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