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Maersk Training Pens 'Six-figure' Deal with Boskalis Subsea Services

Dec 02, 2021

Maersk Training has said it has won a six-figure contract to provide Training Management Services (TMS) for Boskalis Subsea Services’ 1000-strong global workforce. The contract is for three years with a two-year extension option.Maersk Training will deliver solutions for offshore survival…

UK North Sea: Exploration Well Count on Decline. Success Rate Up

Dec 02, 2021

The UK oil and gas industry regulator Oil and Gas Authority has launched its second Wells Insight report, which shows that the number of exploration and appraisal wellbores spudded has been on a decline, however, success rates have improved…

UK North Sea: Maersk Supply Service Nets Juliet Field Decom Job

Dec 01, 2021

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy has awarded a decommissioning contract to Maersk Supply Service (MSS) for the Juliet field in the UK Southern North Sea.Neptune Energy said that Maersk Supply Service would deploy innovative technology to reduce…

Nexans Wins $738M Italian Subsea Power Cable Contract

Nov 30, 2021

French offshore cable construction and installation firm Nexans has been awarded a frame contract for more than €650 million (around $738,16 million) with Terna, supplying an interconnector cabling solution for its Tyrrhenian Link in Italy. Tyrrhenian…

Marine-i Supports Reflex Marine's Development of Floating Wind Turbine Mooring Solution

Nov 30, 2021

Marine-i said Tuesday it was providing support to the offshore specialist Reflex Marine, which is developing a new system for anchoring floating offshore wind (FLOW) installations called the JAVELIN.Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund…

Expro Reels in $50M Worth of Subsea Contracts in Malaysia, Australia

Nov 29, 2021

Oilfield services firm Expro said Monday it had secured four 'significant' subsea well access contracts in Malaysia and Australia worth more than $50 million. Two contracts are in Australia and two in Malaysia. One contract is with Shell in Malaysia…

CGG Launches Carbon Storage Screening Study

Nov 26, 2021

French company CGG, best known for offshore seismic data services, has released a new carbon storage screening study.CGG said the study, called GeoVerse, would support CCUS operators in quickly identifying suitable CO2 storage sites. 'This Northern North Sea study…

Van Oord to Install Scour Protection at Seagreen Wind Farm Turbine Foundations

Nov 26, 2021

Offshore installation contractor Seaway 7 has hired Van Oord to install scour protection around the 114 wind turbine foundations at the Seagreen offshore wind farm in the UK.The wind farm, where Seaway 7 is the main installation contractor,…

Greece Teams up with Egypt on Gas Supply, Infrastructure

Nov 25, 2021

Greece and Egypt agreed on Thursday to expand their cooperation in the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and examine the possibility of constructing a subsea gas pipeline between the two countries, the Greek energy ministry said.Greece, which mainly imports gas from Algeria…

Manifold Installed at Neptune-operated Seagull in the UK

Nov 25, 2021

Neptune Energy and its joint venture partners bp and JAPEX have completed the installation of the manifold and umbilical for the Seagull project in the U.K. Central North Sea.TechnipFMC, working under the Neptune Energy Alliance Agreement, undertook…

Bob Black Joins EC-OG Board

Nov 25, 2021

EC-OG, developer of energy management and storage technologies for the energy industry, has appointed Bob Black as a non-executive director on its Board. He will act as the Board representative of EC-OG’s investors Par Equity.Bob has 30 years…

Tekmar Energy to Protect Cables at Parkwind's German Offshore Wind Farm

Nov 24, 2021

Tekmar Energy has won a contract with Global Offshore to supply Cable Protection Systems (CPS) for the Arcadis Ost 1 offshore wind farm in Germany.Arcadis Ost 1 is a 257 MW offshore wind project developed by Parkwind. The project will be located in the Baltic Sea…

Norway: Funding Granted for Deep-sea Mineral Core Sampling Tech

Nov 24, 2021

Adepth Minerals, a Norwegian deep-sea mineral exploration firm, has received a NOK 11.7 million (about $1,3 million) grant from Innovation Norway, triggering investment in FlexiCore technology and enabling the collection of deep-sea mineral core samples in 2022…

Kraken Scores $7.1 Million of Contracts for Offshore Subsea Inspections

Nov 23, 2021

Canadian marine technology company Kraken Robotics's subsidiaries Kraken Robotic Systems Inc. and PanGeo Subsea Inc. have been awarded $7.1 million for two contracts from the Newfoundland Offshore Oil and Gas Industry Recovery Assistance (OOGIRA) Fund…

Norway: Aibel Bags $560M Worth of Contracts with Equinor, Partners

Nov 23, 2021

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has, on behalf of the license partners in Krafla, Gina Krog, Asterix fields, and Gassco at Kårstø, signed contracts with engineering and construction firm Aibel worth around five billion Norwegian crowns (nearly $560 million)…

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