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Prysmian Group Finalizes EKSA Acquisition

Jan 04, 2022

Energy and telecom cable systems company Prysmian Group announced it finalized the acquisition of the remaining 70% interest in EKSA sp. Z oo (EKSA), following the initial 30% acquired in 2006.EKSA has been a distributor of energy cables for Prysmian Group in Poland since 2002…

Jan De Nul, Samsung Awarded Huge Cable Project in Abu Dhabi

Dec 29, 2021

A joint venture of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), Electricité de France (EDF) and Kyushu Electric Power Japan has awarded a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable installation and convertors package for the ADNOC-TAQA Lightning…

Prysmian to Build US Subsea Cable Plant

Dec 29, 2021

Italy's Prysmian plans to invest around 200 million euros ($226 million) to build a plant in the U.S. to produce submarine power transmission cables, CEO Valerio Battista said to the media in remarks confirmed by a company spokesman.The plant…

Interview: André Lima Cordeiro, Executive Manager, Subsea Systems, Petrobras

Dec 29, 2021

Brazil has always pushed the boundaries of deepwater exploration and production – and it’s still doing so today. With some of the world’s largest deepwater reservoirs, that are often complex in themselves, it’s had to come up with new solutions…

TDI-Brooks Completes Geotechnical Program in GOM

Dec 28, 2021

TDI-Brooks said it completed a Geotechnical Site Investigation for Beacon Exploration & Production LLC in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. The project consisted of ‘heavy’ geotechnical coring/cone penetration testing (CPT) with TDI-Brooks’ research vessel…

Floating Offshore Wind: Attention Turns Subsea for Power Transport

Dec 28, 2021

From being an ugly duckling, floating offshore wind is now the Cinderella of the offshore renewables world. Attention is now being paid to floating and even subsea substation concepts to help bring this power to shore. Over the past year, expectations…

Europe Missing Out on Gas with Nord Stream 2 Delay, Russia says

Dec 24, 2021

Europe, struggling with soaring gas prices, is missing out on additional Russian supplies amid delays to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a top Russian official signaled on Friday.Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said European companies that invested in the project…

Huge Potential for Tidal Energy, Bureau Veritas

Dec 23, 2021

Classification society and testing, inspection and certification services firm Bureau Veritas has welcomed the UK government’s recently announced plans to invest in the tidal energy industry, suggesting that tidal stream electricity has the…

Equinor Taps Blue Logic for Subsea Docking Stations

Dec 23, 2021

Subsea technology firm Blue Logic has been awarded a Frame Agreement by the Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor for the delivery of subsea docking stations, subsea equipment, and services.'This is a big achievement and milestone for Blue Logic…

To Harness the North Sea Winds, We Must Understand its Complicated Seabed Geology

Dec 22, 2021

For any country blessed with easy access to the shallow and windy North Sea, offshore wind will be key to meeting net zero targets. Developing these wind farms is partly a challenge for engineers, but it but also depends on the geology beneath…

Brazil: Production Resumes from Manati Offshore Field

Dec 20, 2021

Brazilian oil and gas company Enauta has informed that production has resumed from the Manati field, offshore Brazil, after a recent output halt caused by a valve issue.Enauta said that Petrobras, the operator, had informed it that the production resumed on Sunday…

Chevron Taps InterMoor for SPM Removal in Thailand

Dec 20, 2021

InterMoor, Acteon’s moorings and anchors subsidiary, has been awarded a contract with Chevron in Thailand for the disconnection and removal of Single Point Mooring (SPM) Buoy 1 and 2 in the Gulf of Thailand.InterMoor will provide project management…

Subsea 7 to Deliver Pipelines for Hanz Field Development in Norway

Dec 17, 2021

Subsea installation specialist Subsea 7 said Friday it had won a 'sizeable' contract with Aker BP for the Hanz field development located in the North Sea, offshore Norway. Subsea 7 defines a sizeable contract as being between $50 million and $150 million…

Beach Energy Awards Thylacine Field Deal to DOF Subsea

Dec 17, 2021

Offshore vessel owner DOF Subsea Australia has secured a contract with oil and gas company Beach Energy for the Otway Offshore Phase 5 - transport and installation project in Australia.'After collecting all permanent equipment from vendors and transportation to the offshore site…

Woodside Taps Schlumberger, Subsea 7 for Scarborough Pipelines, Production Systems

Dec 17, 2021

Subsea Integration Alliance, a partnership between Schlumberger and Subsea 7, has secured a contract with Australia's Woodside for the delivery of subsea pipelines and production systems for the Scarborough gas project offshore Australia.The multi-billion-dollar Scarborough gas field development…

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