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Ashtead Technology, Hydromea in Subsea Wireless Tech Deal

Jun 24, 2021

Subsea equipment provider Ashtead Technology has entered into rental partnership with Switzerland-based Hydromea, a subsea wireless access provider.Under the deal, Ashtead Technology will promote and use Hydromea’s LUMA high-speed through-water…

Lundin Energy Taps CGG for Barents Sea Seismic Imaging

Jun 24, 2021

CGG, a provider of seismic data for oil and gas explorers, has secured a contract with Lundin Energy in Norway for the seismic imaging of an innovative simultaneous node and streamer 3D survey currently being acquired over a 3700 km2 area of the Nordkapp basin in the Barents Sea…

Miko Marine Delivers Magnetic Blanking Set for Bacalhau FPSO

Jun 24, 2021

Norwegian company Miko Marine has shipped out the first magnetic blanking set destined for the Brazilian offshore sector from its fabrication plant in Haugesund, Norway. However, the set is not going to Brazil, but to the DSIC yard in Dalian…

Baker Hughes CEO Calls for Regulatory Incentives on Emissions

Jun 23, 2021

U.S. energy services firm Baker Hughes Co on Tuesday said regulatory frameworks are needed to help spur the growth of energy transition technologies, such as hydrogen, as its top executive called on regulators to create incentives to reduce emissions…

Ocean Power Technologies Announces Leadership Changes

Jun 21, 2021

Ocean energy technology developer Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (OPT) announced on Monday that Philipp Stratmann has been appointed as its new president and chief executive officer, and a director, while Matthew T. Shafer has been promoted to senior vice president…

MENCK Delivers 'World's Largest' Hammers for Offshore Wind Installation in Taiwan

Jun 18, 2021

Dutch offshore installation company Heerema Marine Contractors has signed a contract with Acteon's offshore pile-driving operating subsidiary MENCK for the provision of two of the world’s largest hammers to support offshore wind installation activities in Taiwan…

ABB Wins UTC Award for Subsea Electrification Technology

Jun 17, 2021

ABB's subsea power system, capable of distributing up to 100 MW of electricity over long distances and in ultra-deepwater, has won this year’s Underwater Technology Conference (UTC) Award.ABB’s US$100 million Subsea Power Joint Industry Project…

Rovco, PanGeo Subsea in 3D O&M and Survey Services Pact

Jun 17, 2021

Subsea technology companies Rovco and PanGeo Subsea have teamed up to respond to what they say is the offshore energy market’s growing need for a prompt and detailed understanding of the performance of subsea infrastructure such as anodes, CPS…

Integrated Cable Protection and Stability Systems Offers Life-of-Field Benefits

Jun 16, 2021

Balmoral Comtec’s integrated cable protection stability system offers up to 75% reduction in subsea cable movement helping prevent irreversible damage.Read The Full Article Here

Autonomous Energy Plant ICCP-POD Launched

Jun 16, 2021

A new solution is designed to offer an environmentally friendly alternative to using diesel generators to supply energy during the construction phase of wind turbines, and sacrificial anodes to protect turbine foundations against corrosion.The ICCP-POD combines two advanced technologies…

TGS, Earth Science Analytics Bring AI to Seismic and Well Data World

Jun 15, 2021

Norwegian seismic data company TGS has partnered up with analysis and machine learning company Earth Science Analytics 'to share expertise and promote further innovation in data-driven geoscience.'TGS said Tuesday the partnership had already…

Fugro, Partners Design Mooring Line Fatigue Tracker for Floating Wind Turbines

Jun 14, 2021

Dutch offshore services company Fugro, in partnership with AS Mosley and the University of Strathclyde, has designed a real-time mooring line fatigue tracker for offshore floating wind turbines, minimizing the need for in-person inspections…

Data & Design: The Twin Approach to Solving Subsea Cable Failure

Jun 10, 2021

In past decades, the UK has established itself as an underwater technology pioneer with 40% of the global market share. The North Sea oil and gas sector has fueled a great deal of this innovation to date. Still, as the energy transition accelerates…

Neptune Energy: Tech Built for Astronauts to Reduce Need for Offshore Travel

Jun 10, 2021

Oil and gas company Neptune Energy has completed a virtual reality pilot on its Gjøa platform in the Norwegian North Sea, enabling teams to make highly realistic virtual visits to the facility. The technology, developed by PaleBlue and used…

VIDEO: FutureOn Launches New Software for Digital Field Planning

Jun 09, 2021

FutureOn, a software company focused on the energy sector, has said it has designed a tool 'for the next-generation energy engineer that will impact project economics across the full lifecycle.'According to the company, the software called FieldTwin Design 6…

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