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World's First Collared Monopiles Installed at German Offshore Wind Farm

Jun 08, 2022

In what has been described as the world's first,  DEME Offshore has installed special collars around the monopile foundations at the seabed level, at RWE's Kaskasi wind farm, offshore Germany. The ‘collared monopile’ is a design based on a RWE patent…

Seismic Surveys: Shearwater Launches 'Lightest, smallest, and smartest node ever'

Jun 08, 2022

Marine seismic player Shearwater GeoServices on Wednesday announced the launch of Pearl, “a significant advance in ocean bottom nodal technology with several industry-first innovations.”According to Shearwater, the Pearl node offers a new standard…

Ørsted to Use AI to Improve Birdlife Data from Offshore Wind Farms

Jun 08, 2022

Offshore wind farm builder Ørsted said Wednesday it would help test and commercialize a new technology to collect more and better birdlife data at its wind farms around the world, through an investment into a Norwegian start-up called Spoor…

Ørsted, ATP Pen Deal with GlobalConnect to Make North Sea Energy Island "a cross-border digital hub"

Jun 07, 2022

Denmark-based offshore wind developer Ørsted and ATP, Denmark’s largest institutional investor, which want to build an energy island offshore Denmark have signed an agreement with digital infrastructure and connectivity player GlobalConnect…

UWA Engineers Supporting Worley's Enhanced Subsea Gas Tieback Project

Jun 03, 2022

To develop stranded gas reserves in remote regions, chemical engineers from The University of Western Australia are cooperating on novel cost- and carbon-reduction technology.Professor Zachary Aman, Chevron Woodside Chair in Long Subsea Tiebacks…

Jan De Nul Group Orders Crane Simulator for Next-Gen Offshore Installation Vessels

Jun 03, 2022

Offshore installation specialist Jan De Nul Group has ordered a high-end crane simulator for two of its Next Generation Offshore Installation Vessels Voltaire and Les Alizés.According to Jan De Nul, the crane simulator will be based on real physics and the actual vessel models…

Ocean Floor Geophysics Buys NCS Subsea and Its P-Cable System

Jun 03, 2022

Ocean Floor Geophysics, Inc (OFG) has completed its acquisition of NCS SubSea, which provides ultra-high-resolution 3D seismic data to the oil and gas and new energy markets via its P-Cable system.According to info on NCS SubSea's website, P-Cable is a compact…

Yokogawa, Mitsubishi to Build Robots for Offshore Platform Inspection

May 31, 2022

Yokogawa Electric Corporation and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI) have been selected by the Nippon Foundation, a private, non-profit grant-making organization, to develop an automatic robotic inspection system to predict hazards on offshore oil and gas facilities…

DNV and 25 Partners Launch JIP for Floating Offshore Wind Substations

May 31, 2022

Energy industry expert and assurance firm DNV has partnered up with 25 industry giants in a Joint Industry Project (JIP) aimed at enhancing technology development for floating offshore wind substations, with particular attention to how export…

Jumbo Taps Fugro for Assistance with Shell's Vito Platform Hook-up

May 30, 2022

Jumbo Maritime has awarded Fugro a positioning and metocean services contract to help guide the safe transport and installation of a new floating production system (FPS) for Vito, a deepwater development in the US Gulf of Mexico.Fugro services will support both inshore and offshore towing of the 24…

Minesto Deploys Dragon Class Tidal Kite in Faroe Islands

May 26, 2022

Tidal energy developer Minesto has this week launched its first Dragon Class tidal kite in Vestmanna, Faroe Islands, and has started producing electricity.'[Minesto] has now successfully completed the first week of commissioning including satisfactory…

TechnipFMC Bags 'Significant' EPCI Deal with Equinor Offshore Norway

May 26, 2022

Oilfield services giant TechnipFMC said Thursday it had secured a contract with Equinor for work on the Halten East development offshore Norway.TechnipFMC said the contract was a significant one, which for TechnipFMC means it is worth between $75 million and $250 million…

Inmarsat's 3-in-1 Network Solution Helps Norwegian Offshore Vessel Owner Meet Needs of Charterers and Crew

May 25, 2022

Norwegian owner and operator of offshore service vessels Golden Energy Offshore is deploying Inmarsat’s Fleet LTE service to meet the growing data requirements of modern offshore operations and support sustainability.Headquartered in Ålesund…

Norwegian Software Venture Targets Rising Risks of Cyber Attacks on Industrial Assets

May 25, 2022

Norwegian firms Telenor, Aker ASA and Cognite say a new software security company they plan to launch this year will help companies protect their industrial assets from an increased cyber-attack risk since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.'More and more (industrial) objects (are) being connected…

Palantir, Trafigura to Track Carbon Emissions for Oil, Metals industry

May 24, 2022

Palantir Technologies Inc and global commodities trader Trafigura have set sights on a new market, their chief executives told Reuters on Monday: tracking carbon emissions for the oil, gas, refined metals, and concentrates sector.The companies…

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