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Marine Battery Firm Corvus Plans 4Q IPO

Sep 15, 2021

Marine battery maker Corvus plans an initial public offer (IPO) in the fourth quarter, aiming to list its shares on the Oslo Stock Exchange, its top executive said on Wednesday.The company, which assembles battery cells into giant batteries for ships such as ferries…

Shell to Use Hiber's Satellite-linked Tech for Well Integrity Monitoring

Sep 13, 2021

Industrial IoT as-a-service company Hiber has struck a deal with oil major Shell to provide it with access to Hiber's satellite-connected IoT well-monitoring solution. Hiber describes its tech, called HiberHilo, as an end-to-end IoT solution…

Prince Albert II of Monaco Christens Geomar's New AUV

Sep 09, 2021

Prince Albert II of Monaco on Thursday today christened the new autonomous underwater vehicle 'Albert I. de Monaco' at GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel.The AUV “Albert I de Monaco” was built by IQUA Robotics in Spain. It is about 1…

Baker Hughes, Schlumberger Count on Clean Energy for Growth

Sep 08, 2021

Oilfield service firms Schlumberger and Baker Hughes are counting on newer energy transition businesses like carbon capture and hydrogen fuel for growth, and expect these clean energy units to rival some of their more traditional units by the next decade…

Gulf Marine Services Taps LR for Software Solution to Boost Efficiency

Sep 08, 2021

UAE-based Gulf Marine Services (GMS), a company providing jack-up service vessels for the offshore oil, gas, and renewables industries, has hired Lloyd's Register for the installation of a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.GMS said the system would provide its with a central…

Shell and Kongsberg in Well Digitalization Push

Sep 08, 2021

Oil major Shell and Norway's Kongsberg Digital have entered an agreement to collaborate and enable digital solutions and transformation for Shell's well delivery and performance.According to Kongsberg, Shell has used Kongsberg Digital’s real…

World's First: Siemens Gamesa Makes Recyclable Offshore Wind Turbine Blades

Sep 07, 2021

Wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa said Tuesday it had made the world’s first recyclable wind turbine blades at its blade factory in Aalborg, Denmark.'Wind power is one of the cornerstones in the quest to tackle the climate emergency. With more…

Norway to Support Ocean Grid Offshore Wind Project

Sep 03, 2021

The Norwegian government has set aside 82.7 million crowns ($3,86 million) to support Ocean Gird, a project that looks to develop new technology and solutions to enable a profitable development of offshore wind on the Norwegian continental shelf…

ScottishPower Renewables Supports Proserv's Offshore Wind Cable Monitoring Tech

Sep 01, 2021

ScottishPower Renewables, part of the Spanish renewables giant Iberdrola, has granted industrial sponsorship to Proserv Controls for its subsea cable condition monitoring system for the offshore wind segment.The system, called Electro Cable Guard…

Mavenir Assisting Vilicom to Deliver Mobile Network for UK Offshore Wind Farm

Aug 27, 2021

UK wireless telecommunications provider Vilicom is using network software provider Mavenir's MAVair suite as an important element of deploying the UK's first private offshore LTE network for wind farm communications and connectivity, Mavenir said…

Digitalization, Remote Monitoring Makes Offshore Drilling Rigs More Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

Aug 26, 2021

Digitalization and remote monitoring have in the past years been hailed as the next big thing in the offshore oil and gas industry. However, these advancements have made offshore drilling rigs more vulnerable to cyber-attacks, potentially resulting in serious process safety incidents…

Tendeka Names New Chief Technology Officer

Aug 25, 2021

Completions company Tendeka has appointed Jonathan Abbott as its new chief technology officer (CTO).Abbott, appointed to drive Tendeka's next generation of products and systems, takes on the role with almost 20 years’ international experience in operations…

NOV to Design and Equip Cadeler's New WTIVs

Aug 23, 2021

NOV announced it has signed a contract to design and equip two wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) newbuilds for Denmark-based Cadeler. The new vessels will have the largest jacking capacity in the industry and will be able to transport…

Tech File: A Resident Eyeball ROV

Aug 19, 2021

There's also space in the market for resident observation systems, believe Boxfish Research and Transmark Subsea. The two companies signed a partnership agreement in October 2020 to deliver a fully autonomous resident observation ROV, the ARV-i…

Schlumberger Introduces Autonomous Directional Drilling

Aug 18, 2021

Oilfield services giant Schlumberger has this week introduced a service called Autonomous Directional Drilling, which, the company says, includes solutions to steer autonomously through any section of the wellbore. According to Schlumberger…

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