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BP extends GOM Subsea 7 contract

May 01, 2014

Subsea 7 has been awarded a three-year US$160 million contract extension by BP Exploration & Production for light subsea construction, inspection, repair and maintenance services in the US Gulf of Mexico.  The contract will run from the second quarter 2014 to the third quarter 2017…

FMC Technologies boosting Brazil's subsea installations

May 01, 2014

Peter Wertheim discusses subsea technology woth Nelson Leite, president of FMC Technologies Brazil. Subsea processing and boosting are fundamental for developing challenging fields. Benefits increase with water depths, flow rates and stepout…

The new frontier

May 01, 2014

Stephen Whitfield takes a look at some of the major development projects now utilizing subsea separation and processing technology to increase field life. Several companies are looking at subsea processing and separation as they try to maximize production out of difficult projects…

RWE completes Gwynt y Môr install

Apr 28, 2014

RWE Innogy UK announced that it has successfully completed the installation of all 160 foundations at the world’s second largest wind farm, Gwynt y Môr, off of North Wales. Gwynt y Môr is a greater than US$3.36 billion offshore wind farm on schedule to become fully constructed this year…

Jee wins EPCI work off Canada

Apr 25, 2014

Tonbridge based independent subsea engineering firm Jee Ltd. won a seven-year EPCI contract for work offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The client is unnamed. The contract’s scope encompasses the project’s offshore loading system (OLS)…

Shah Deniz 2 takes off

Apr 23, 2014

With the subsea construction vessel (SCV) associated with the Shah Deniz Phase 2 natural gas development expected to hit the waters in April 2017, contracting for the project is in full swing. Two more major contracts totaling nearly US$500 million announced 23 April…

Reef Subsea splits in three

Apr 23, 2014

UK-based subsea services firm Reef Subsea is to split up into three independent companies after its January buyout by Norwegian private equity outfit Hitecvision. The three new companies will be Reef Subsea, X-Subsea, and Technocean Subsea…

Mobilizing subsea foundations

Apr 22, 2014

The Prelude FLNG subsea architecture, supported by traditional mudmats. image source: Shell. Mobile foundation technology could offer an economic solution to some stranded offshore hydrocarbon reserves…

Aker and Baker form alliance

Apr 22, 2014

Aker Solutions and Baker Hughes Incorporated have agreed to form an alliance to develop technology for production solutions that will boost output, increase recovery rates, and reduce costs for subsea fields. The non-incorporated alliance…

Cooling subsea power

Apr 21, 2014

Siemens' subsea power grid visualization. image source: Siemens. Siemens says its subsea power grid aims to be the first at water depths down to 3000m at long step-outs. Elaine Maslin went to find out more…

21st century subsea comms

Apr 21, 2014

Subsea wireless video transmission. image source: WFS Technologies Subsea wireless communication is moving into a new era. The Subsea Wireless Group (SWIG) hopes to help the industry better understand-and use this technology…

Testing subsea BOPs to the limit

Apr 21, 2014

Maersk Drilling's Maersk Viking drillship. image source: Maersk Drilling Third party, hardware-int-the-loop (HIL) testing has been taken beneath the waves on a subsea MUX BOP. Elaine Maslin reports…

North Sea spoolbase for McDermott

Apr 17, 2014

McDermott International has signed an agreement with PD Ports which paves the way for McDermott to operate a spoolbase to serve projects in the North Sea. McDermott says it expects to have the facility, at the Port of Hartlepool, northeast England…

Kaombo mega-contracts awarded

Apr 16, 2014

Nearly US$8 billion worth of contracts on the Kaombo mega-project offshore Angola have been announced today, following operator Total’s final investment decision on the project on Monday. An alliance between Technip and Heerema Marine Contractors has won an engineering…

Total selects Aker for Kaombo

Apr 15, 2014

Total has selected Aker Solutions to provide a subsea production system for the Kaombo Block 32 development in Angola. The NOK14 billion contract will see Aker Solutions deliver 20 subsea manifolds and 65 vertical subsea wellsets. The…

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