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Canada's TMC to Seek Seabed Mining License in 2024

Aug 07, 2023

Canada's The Metals Company (TMC) aims to apply next year for a license to start mining in the Pacific Ocean, with production expected to start as early as the fourth quarter of 2025, it said in a statement.TMC has been at the forefront of efforts…

23D Completes Subsea Cable Trenching and Burial Work for European Client

Aug 07, 2023

Nearshore and onshore power installation contractor and marine consultancy company 23 Degrees Renewables (23D), part of OEG Group, said Monday it had completed a contract for an unnamed European cable company to carry out trenching and burial…

SLB, Subsea 7, and Aker Solutions' Subsea JV Gets Nods from Competition Authorities

Aug 07, 2023

Oilfield services firms SLB, Subsea 7, Aker Solutions have received approvals from all relevant competition authorities to create a subsea joint venture, as proposed in August 2022.'Following clearance as of [Friday] by antitrust authorities in Brazil…

Aker Solutions Wins "Sizeable" Order from BP-Eni JV for Offshore Angola Project

Aug 03, 2023

Norway's Aker Solutions has won a 'sizeable' contract from Azule Energy, a BP-Eni JV in Angola, to provide subsea umbilicals for the Ndungu project offshore Angola.Aker Solutions defines a sizeable contract as between NOK 0.5 billion (currently around $48…

Thai Oil Giant Joins for Renewable Subsea Power Project in Scotland

Jul 31, 2023

Thailand’s state oil and gas company, PTTEP, has joined the Renewables for Subsea Power (RSP) collaborative project, which is intended to prove the concept of powering subsea equipment with wave power and intelligent subsea energy storage.The £2 million demonstrator initiative…

Tenaris to Supply 46,000 Tons of Pipe for Turkey's Giant Offshore Gas Field

Jul 28, 2023

Steel pipe supplier Tenaris will supply pipes and services for phase II-A of the Sakarya offshore gas field development in the Black Sea, offshore Turkey.The offshore gas field is operated by Turkish Petroleum (TPAO) and located in the ultra-deep waters of the western Black Sea…

Hitachi Energy to Supply HVDC Converter Stations for UK's Longest HVDC Link

Jul 26, 2023

Hitachi Energy said Wednesday it had been selected as preferred technology provider of SSEN Transmission and National Grid, to supply two high-voltage direct current (HVDC) converter stations to interconnect the Scottish and English power grids…

Benthic Completes Site Investigation for Baltic Sea Wind Farm Projects in Poland

Jul 26, 2023

Benthic, a Geo-services brand in Acteon’s Data and Robotics division, said Wednesday it had recently completed a site investigation comprising cone penetration tests (CPTs) using its portable remotely operated drill (PROD) that has enabled the…

Denmark's NKT Confirmed as Preferred Bidder for Scottish HVDC Transmission Projects

Jul 21, 2023

Denmark-based power cable-making and installation company NKT is confirmed as the preferred bidder for the supply of power cable systems for two HVDC transmission links by Scottish SSEN Transmission, with the intent to sign a framework agreement for future projectsSSEN Transmission…

Van Oord Installs 140km of Inter-Array Cables at Hollandse Kust Noord Offshore Wind Farm

Jul 21, 2023

Dutch offshore installation services firm Van Oord said Friday it had completed installing and burying inter-array cables at CrossWind’s Hollandse Kust Noord offshore wind farm, bringing it a step closer to being fully operational by the end of this year…

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…

Global Underwater Hub Appoints New Regional Manager

Jul 19, 2023

Global Underwater Hub (GUH), the UK-based trade and development body representing the UK’s underwater industry has appointed a new regional manager.'Ricci Boston, who will be based in Newcastle, will be instrumental in increasing engagement…

Optime Subsea Tests Wireless Comms System for Well Completion Operations

Jul 14, 2023

Norway-based Optime Subsea said Friday it had successfully tested and qualified a high-speed wireless communication system for the completion of subsea wells. 'The wireless communication system, part of Optime Subsea’s Remotely Operated Controls Systems (ROCS)…

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…

Oil and Gas Firms Set to Spend $58 Billion on Well Intervention in 2023

Jul 10, 2023

Oil and gas companies are set to spend $58 billion on well intervention – a way to extract additional resources from an existing well instead of drilling a new one – in 2023, the Norwegian energy intelligence group Rystad Energy said.Rystad…

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