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CRP Subsea Secures 'Major' Contract for Deepwater Oil Field Project in Brazil

Jul 20, 2023

UK-based CRP Subsea has recently won a 'major' contract from an unnamed 'leading energy technology company,' AIS, CRP's parent company, said this week.CRP Subsea will deliver 333 distributed buoyancy modules (DBMs) for a deepwater oil field project located in the pre-salt Santos Basin…

McDermott Bags Major Subsea Pipeline, Cable Order in Qatar

Jul 12, 2023

Offshore installation firm McDermott has secured a major subsea pipelines and cables engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) project from Qatargas.The award is related to the North Field Production Sustainability (NFPS) Offshore Fuel Gas Pipeline and Subsea Cables Project…

Germany Tells UN: Nord Stream Inquiry Found Subsea Explosive Traces on Yacht

Jul 12, 2023

Germany found traces of subsea explosives in samples taken from a yacht that it suspects 'may have been used to transport the explosives' to blow up the Nord Stream gas pipelines, it told the U.N. Security Council in a letter with Sweden and Denmark…

EastMed Pipeline Project Still Viable, Edison CEO Says

Jul 07, 2023

A project to build a 2,000 km pipeline to bring natural gas from East Mediterranean fields to Europe is still alive, the CEO of Italian energy group Edison said on Friday.Edison CEO Nicola Monti said that the group, which is one of the promoters of the pipeline…

McDermott Wins Shell Contract for Offshore Transportation and Installation Project in Malaysia

Jul 06, 2023

Offshore installation services firm McDermott has won a contract for an offshore transportation and installation project with Shell in Malaysia.The pipelay and heavy lift project offshore Sarawak in East Malaysia, awarded by Sarawak Shell Berhad (SSB)…

Decom Engineering Develops Its Largest Chopsaw Yet for Subsea Pipe Cutting

Jul 05, 2023

Northern Ireland-based offshore decommissioning technology firm Decom Engineering said Wednesday it had developed its largest Chopsaw to date in response to client demand for larger-sized subsea pipe-cutting capability.The C1-46 Chopsaw has…

Japan's Mitsui to Acquire UK's Pipeline Repair Specialist STATS

Jul 05, 2023

Japan's Mitsui & Co. has executed a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of the issued shares of Aberdeen-based STATS (UK) Ltd., a company that manufactures proprietary energy pipeline repair equipment and provides engineering services.The…

Israel: Leviathan Field Consortium Plans $568 Million Pipeline to Expand Gas Production

Jul 04, 2023

Partners in the Israeli offshore gas project Leviathan said on Sunday they would invest $568 million to build a third pipeline that will allow increased natural gas production and exports.Leviathan, a deep-sea field with huge deposits, came…

Cyprus Seeks Mediterranean Gas Link to Israel

Jun 20, 2023

Cyprus hopes to develop plans for a pipeline linking it to Israel's east Mediterranean gas fields during talks which start next month, the island's top energy official told Reuters.Proposals by the new centrist Cypriot government, which came to power in March…

Russia Says It Will Press U.N. Security Council over Nord Stream Pipeline Blast Probe

Jun 15, 2023

Russia intends to press the United Nations Security Council again for an international investigation into explosions on the Nord Stream gas pipelines last September, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.Unexplained explosions…

Swedish Prosecutor Hopes to Conclude Nord Stream Probe in Autumn

Jun 14, 2023

Sweden hopes to be able to determine who was behind the Nord Stream gas pipeline sabotage by the autumn, the prosecutor leading the country's investigation told Swedish radio.In September 2022, several unexplained underwater explosions ruptured…

Russia's Medvedev Says Moscow Now Has Free Hand to Destroy Enemies' Subsea Cables over Nord Stream Blasts

Jun 14, 2023

A close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday there was no reason for Moscow not to destroy its enemies' undersea communication cables given what he said was Western complicity in the Nord Stream pipeline blasts.A sharp drop in pressure on both pipelines was registered on Sept…

Dutch Intelligence Tipped CIA on Alleged Ukraine Plan to Attack Nord Stream -NOS

Jun 13, 2023

A Dutch intelligence agency tipped off the CIA about an alleged Ukrainian plan in June 2022 to blow up the Nord Stream pipeline, Dutch national broadcaster NOS reported on Tuesday.The NOS report, which was compiled with help from leading German media outlets…

TurkStream Pipeline Back in Operation After Planned Maintenance

Jun 12, 2023

Russian gas producer Gazprom said that a week of maintenance work on the TurkStream pipeline had ended as scheduled on Monday, Reuters has informed. Gas flows in the pipeline, which takes Russian gas to Europe via Turkey, had been switched off on June 5…

Nord Stream Sabotage Probe Turns to Clues In Poland - WSJ

Jun 12, 2023

German investigators are examining evidence suggesting a sabotage team used Poland as an operating base to damage the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea in September, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.The investigators have reconstructed the two-week voyage of the 'Andromeda'…

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