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Trelleborg’s installation kickstarts stalled China Seas project

Sep 16, 2015

Trelleborg’s engineered products operation fast-tracked the manufacture, testing and delivery of its floatover mating technology for a major oilfield project in the South China Sea, in just four months. This allowed the stalled project to quickly and safely commence installation…

EIVA releases NaviModel 4

Sep 16, 2015

NaviModel is part of the EIVA software suite NaviSuite and designed to offer subsea survey and engineering professionals an extensive tool for 4D data modeling and visualization. Features include survey data inspection and eventing, automatic cleaning…

Aquatic awarded Vancouver power cable contract

Sep 16, 2015

Image: Aquatic's multi-reel solution designed to enable the barge to transit 250km to the project site/Aquatic Engineering and Construction Aquatic Engineering and Construction…

Stork installs North Sea erosion monitors

Sep 15, 2015

Stork successfully installed Emerson Process Management’s Roxar SandLog wireless sand erosion monitoring solutions on a major North Sea operator’s installation.    The collaboration with Stork marks the first installation of the Roxar…

Red Marine delivers load test system to Technip

Sep 15, 2015

Red Marine delivered a high capacity load test system, to Technip, for the periodic load testing of the pipelay system onboard the Skandi Africa, a newly built pipelay and construction vessel. The vessel has been specifically designed for…

SPE Offshore Europe show wrap up

Sep 15, 2015

Day 1 opening plenary on “How to Inspire the Next Generation,” featuring: Professor Brian Cox; Keisuke Sadamori, IEA; Liz Rogers, Head of Environment and Social Responsibility, BP; Simon Bittleston…

Magma Global, BP, Subsea 7 in joint development deal

Sep 14, 2015

Magma Global entered into a joint development agreement with BP and Subsea 7 to qualify Magma’s carbon fiber m-pipe for subsea pipelines. The program is also supported by the National Composites Centre (NCC) and Innovate UK, the government…

Global Marine completes repeater installation

Sep 14, 2015

Image: Lagos shore end landing/Global Marine Systems Global Marine Systems has just completed a major fiber optic installation project in the Gulf of Guinea.  This telecommunications project for customer Huawei Marine Networks (HMN)…

AIMS, HCG form alliance

Sep 11, 2015

AIMS Global Consulting has established a strategic partnership with The Houston Consulting group (HCG), a process safety and reliability-focused practice with broad experience in oil and gas, chemical process, and process manufacturing industries…

Morgan Advanced Materials launches new sensors

Sep 11, 2015

Morgan Advanced Materials has launched a new range of sensors for the oil and gas extraction sector, harnessing the unique capabilities of its proprietary piezoelectric materials which can provide sensing and monitoring in high-temperature environments above 200ºC…

OE15: Jotachar coating gains ground

Sep 11, 2015

Jotachar JF750, a mesh-free passive fire protection (PFP) epoxy coating system for structural steel, was launched two years ago by Jotun. The Jotachar system does not require mesh reinforcement, meaning the required coating thickness for any fire scenario can be applied in a single day…

Adding EOR to Quad 204

Sep 10, 2015

BP has been making strides in LowSal enhanced oil recovery techniques and Bright Water. It now has its sights set on polymerized water for its Quad 204 development. Elaine Maslin found out more.   Onshore…

Total installs positioning network for Egina

Sep 08, 2015

Total, operator of the Egina oil field offshore Nigeria, together with its construction and survey partners, has successfully installed a Fusion 6G subsea positioning network to support its development of the US$15 billion project. Supplied by Sonardyne…

Autronica snags Johan Sverdrup contract

Sep 08, 2015

Autronica Fire and Security has announced that Statoil has selected the Autro Safe integrated fire and gas detection system for operations in the Johan Sverdrup oil field in the North Sea.  As part of the four-year framework agreement…

Magseis begins Barents multi-client program

Sep 02, 2015

Magseis announced that it has started a multi-client program in the Barents Sea. The survey builds on previous work conducted in the Barents Sea for Statoil and Lundin Petroleum and where the company’s Marine Autonomous Seismic System…

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