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Saipem's FlatFish Drone to be Deployed for Ultra-deepwater Inspection at Shell and Petrobras Fields in Brazil

May 24, 2022

Italian oilfield services and technology company Saipem will provide its FlatFish subsea drone for Shell's and Petrobras' ultra-deepwater projects in Brazil.Under the contract, Shell and Petrobras will use Saipem's FlatFish subsea drone in two…

ADNOC, BP and Masdar in Hydrogen and Technology Partnership

May 24, 2022

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), oil major BP, and Abu Dhabi future energy company Masdar have joined forces to develop clean hydrogen and technology hubs.Announcing their new-energy partnerships, ADNOC said the H2Teesside low-carbon…

SWiG's Wireless Acoustic Standard to Improve Comms Between Offshore Vessels & Subsea Vehicles

May 23, 2022

Subsea Wireless Group (SWiG) has launched a new wireless acoustic standard to improve communication between offshore vessels and the vehicles used in underwater inspection, maintenance, and repair.SWiG, an oil and gas industry network with members from all parts of the supply chain…

Halliburton, Aker BP to Develop 'Next-gen' Field Development Software

May 23, 2022

Oilfield services giant Halliburton has partnered up with the Norwegian oil and gas company Aker BP to co-develop what it says will be next-generation field development planning software. 'The collaboration delivers a new cloud application – Field Development Planning (FDP) – from Halliburton…

New Product: Rhosonics CLAMP-IN Pipe Integration System

May 18, 2022

Rhosonics debuts a pipe integration system for the Slurry Density Meter (SDM) – the Clamp-In, designed to make it easy to remove the sensor without interrupting the process.The Clamp-In allows the installation of existing pipes in the process: plastic pipes…

Proserv to Monitor Cables at Equinor's Hywind Scotland Floating Wind Farm Using 'Disruptive' Tech

May 18, 2022

UK-based Proserv said Wednesday it had secured a deal to supply its 'holistic' cable monitoring system (CMS), ECG, at Equinor’s Hywind Scotland floating offshore wind farm.The 30 MW Hywind Scotland pilot park, consisting of five 6 MW turbines…

Adapting Subsea Technologies to enable CCUS Initiatives

May 13, 2022

Reimagining uses for innovative technologies originally designed for critical service in subsea developments could open the door to safer CO2 storage and usage.The energy transition occurring worldwide is redefining energy production and consumption…

Renewable Energy: First Floating Tidal Power Delivered to Nova Scotia Grid

May 11, 2022

Sustainable Marine said it has successfully harnessed the tidal currents in Canada’s Bay of Fundy, delivering the first floating in-stream tidal power to Nova Scotia’s grid.Nova Scotia has allocated circa 30MW of capacity via demonstration permits…

Floating Solar Potential is Huge, But Not Without Challenges, DNV Says

May 11, 2022

The potential global capacity for deploying floating solar photovoltaic (FPV) power is currently around 4 terawatts (TW) and installed capacity will reach 10 gigawatts (GW) worldwide by 2025, energy expert and assurance provider DNV said Wednesday…

Petrobras Extends Deal for Use of CGG's Seismic Processing Software

May 11, 2022

French offshore seismic data services company CGG said Wednesday that it had recently signed an expanded five-year licensing agreement with the Brazilian oil company Petrobras for Geovation seismic processing and imaging software.CGG said the…

Ashtead Technology Develops Optical Chain Measurement System

May 10, 2022

Ashtead Technology developed a new optical chain measurement system (CMS) to provide highly accurate and repeatable mooring chain measurements to track chain corrosion, wear and elongation between surveys, combined with inclination measurement to verify chain tension…

Digital Twins, AI to Help North Star's SOV Fleet Boost Efficiency, Cut Emissions

May 09, 2022

MO4, a company providing digital twin solutions for offshore wind farm O&M and turbine and installation vessels, has won a 10-year contract with North Star, a company soon to have a fleet of service operations vessels (SOV) of offshore wind…

Ocean Harvesting's Wave Energy Converter to Feature Buoy Made of High-strength Concrete

May 06, 2022

Sweden-based wave energy technology company Ocean Harvesting said Friday it was developing a novel concrete hull for the prime mover (buoy) of its InfinityWEC wave energy converter that is set to undergo sea trials later this year.According to the company…

Wood Partners with Nauticus Robotics for Subsea Maintenance Services

May 05, 2022

Nauticus Robotics, Inc. Houston-area developer of offshore subsea and surface robots and autonomy software, and Wood PLC, a global consulting and engineering company have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) focused on the development…

Argeo's SeaRaptor 6000 AUV Completes First Commercial Seabed Survey

May 05, 2022

Argeo, a Norwegian autonomous underwater vehicles provider, said  Thursday it had completed AUV work for Statens Vegvesen (Norwegian Public Roads Administration) on the Bjørnafjorden E36 crossing.'The Bjørnafjorden crossing is the world’s longest floating bridge project…

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