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Norway Takes More Time to Decide on North Sea Cable Project

Mar 25, 2020

Norway is postponing a decision on whether to allow companies to construct a new subsea power cable between it and Scotland, the government said on Wednesday.Known as NorthConnect and partly owned by Swedish energy group Vattenfall, the project…

Tidal Power Firm gets Funding from Scottish Gov't

Mar 25, 2020

Tidal energy developer MeyGen Ltd has been awarded a £1.545 million grant from the Scottish Government's Saltire Tidal Energy Challenge Fund.The proceeds will be used to develop a subsea tidal turbine connection hub for the next phase of development of the MeyGen tidal power array…

Golar Taps Oceaneering for FLNG Inspection and Maintenance

Mar 25, 2020

Offshore energy services provider Oceaneering has been awarded a contract by Golar LNG for an FLNG vessel maintenance build, and inspection and maintenance program.The scope of work includes an asset register build, a full maintenance build program…

Fugro, Sea-Kit in Uncrewed Surface Vessel Team-Up

Mar 25, 2020

Dutch offshore survey company Fugro has teamed up with SEA-KIT, winner of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE, to develop a new range of agile and compact uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) which can deploy remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous…

INEOS Postpones Forties Pipeline System Shutdown

Mar 25, 2020

INEOS FPS has said that it has responded to requests from customers and delayed its planned summer shut down of the Forties Pipeline System in the UK North Sea.The pipeline system, the largest pipeline system in the UK North Sea - opened in…

Aker Solutions Bags 20-Year Deal with Chevron in Gulf of Mexico

Mar 23, 2020

Norway's Aker Solutions has entered a master agreement to provide umbilicals for Chevron-operated oil and gas fields in the US Gulf of Mexico. It has also won its first work under the agreement, to supply 24 kilometers (15 miles) of umbilicals for Chevron’s Anchor project…

Tekmar Delivers CPS for SeaMade Offshore Wind Farm

Mar 20, 2020

Tekmar Energy reports it has completed the delivery of TekLink cable protection systems to DEME Offshore for the SeaMade Offshore Wind Farm in Belgium.SeaMade is a 487MW offshore wind farm currently under construction off the coast of Belgium…

Equinor Puts Off Canadian Offshore Project

Mar 19, 2020

Norway's Equinor and Canada's Husky Energy have reportedly pulled brakes on the plan to develop the Bay du Nord project offshore Canada, Reuters reported on Thursday.'Equinor and partner Husky Energy have decided to defer the Bay du Nord development…

Norway: Approval Granted to Dvalin-Heidrun Tie-In

Mar 18, 2020

Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority has given its approval for the tie-in of Wintershall Dea's Dvalin gas field to Equinor's Heidrun host platform in the Norwegian Sea.The development solution/concept for Dvalin is to connect the well stream to Heidrun TLP for processing…

Neptune Energy Taps Stinger for Subsea Drone R&D

Mar 18, 2020

Subsea marine robotics company Stinger Technology has won a subsea drone research and development contract with oil firm Neptune Energy.Under the contract, Stinger Technology will work on the development, qualification and field trials of autonomous inspection/ intervention subsea drones…

Sonardyne Unveils New Products

Mar 17, 2020

Underwater technology provider Sonardyne International Ltd. has announced new additions to its 2020 product line-up.With a focus on compact yet capable unmanned and vessel instruments, Sonardyne has unveiled SPRINT-Nav Mini, a compact guidance and control solution in the market…

Drill String Accidentally Cut at Seadrill Rig Offshore Norway

Mar 17, 2020

Offshore drilling company Seadrill was involved in an incident last weekend involving the unintentional disconnection of the lower marine riser package (LMRP) on its West Mira semi-submersible drilling rig. Also, a certain amount of oil-based drilling fluid was discharged into the sea…

Northland Power Gives Up on Mono Bucket Demo at Deutsche Bucht OWF

Mar 17, 2020

Offshore wind farm developer Northland Power has decided to give up on the Demonstrator Project - the installation of two turbines using mono bucket foundations - at its Deutsche Bucht wind project in the North Sea.The company in February said…

Repsol Sinopec to Tie-In Tain to Bleo Holm FPSO

Mar 17, 2020

UK-based oil and gas operator Repsol Sinopec is planning to apply for permission for the development of the Tain field in the Central North Sea, offshore the UK.The Tain field is located in Block 13/23b.  The Tain field will be developed by…

AS Mosley, Fugro Get Funding for FOWT Tech

Mar 16, 2020

Aberdeenshire-based offshore simulation and analysis company, AS Mosley, Dutch Fugro, together with Strathclyde University, have been awarded funding from The Carbon Trust, to develop new technology for monitoring Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWT)…

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