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Ocean Installer and McDermott International

Feb 01, 2013

Ocean Installer and McDermott International struck an alliance to pursue and execute North Sea rigid pipelay projects. The new partnership paves the way for a more permanent relationship. Along with Ocean Installer’s expertise and North Sea organization…

Contract Briefs - February 2013

Feb 01, 2013

Dolphin Drilling and Petrobras have agreed to a one-year contract extension for the semisubmersible Borgny Dolphin. The contract, worth US$90 million, extends its deployment until September 2014.GDF Suex E&P UK picked Technip to provide installation…

Subsea 7 unveils Seven Viking

Jan 30, 2013

New next gen IMR vessel heads for North Sea Seven Viking IRM vesselThe cutting edge Seven Viking vessel, designed for operations in the harshest environments is being unveiled and named at a ceremony in Stavanger, Norway, by Subsea 7…

IHC Merwede introduces new support vessels

Jan 29, 2013

IHC Merwede launches Packhorse vessel designIHC PackhorseIHC Merwede has extended its product range with the introduction of a new series of IHC Packhorse™ offshore support vessels at an official launch event in Singapore, organised by IHC Asia Pacific…

Reef acquires subsea construction vessel

Jan 21, 2013

Reef Subsea contracts newbuild Olympic ReefOlympic Reef (Photo: Reef Subsea)Reef Subsea has signed a five-year plus options charter for a new-built DP subsea construction vessel from Olympic Shipping AS in Norway. The vessel, to be named Olympic Reef…

IHC Merwede triples down

Jan 17, 2013

IHC syncs build of three Brazil-bound vesselsKeel-laying pipelay vesselIHC Merwede is building three 550t pipelaying vessels simultaneously at its Krimpen aan den IJssel yard in The Netherlands. The keel-laying ceremony for the first…

TGS begins Sunfish survey

Jan 17, 2013

TGS commences 3D data acquisition off LiberiaPolarcus Asima vesselTGS has commenced acquisition of a 3D multi-client survey, Sunfish, which covers up to 7,800 km2 of highly prospective acreage in the Harper Basin, offshore Liberia.…

EMGS wins Asian survey

Jan 17, 2013

EMGS wins contract for 3D EM data acquisitionBOA Thalassa vesselEMGS has received a Letter of Intent for a contract totaling approximately six months of 3D EM data acquisition in Asia. Final confirmation and award of the program is dependent on the customer's internal Tender Board approval…

Shelf Drilling

Jan 10, 2013

Dubai-based Shelf Drilling acquired 38 shallow-water drilling rigs after completing a US$1.05 billion sale with Transocean. Shelf Drilling is also expected to pick up as many as 3500 employees from the deal. Shelf Drilling will take control of seven rigs immediately…

Wartsila wins China supply

Jan 10, 2013

Wartsila has been contracted by China Oilfield Services to supply designs for six new ships, two platform supply vessels, and four anchor-handling tug supply vessels for the South China Sea and Bohai Bay.

Automated moorings

Jan 10, 2013

Cavotec deployed its MoorMaster technology for Dutch private ferry company TESO. The vacuum-based automated mooring technology eliminates the need for conventional mooring lines. Remote-controlled vacuum pads can be mounted to the quayside or on pontoons for easy mooring and release…

Water jet propulsion

Jan 10, 2013

US-based NAMJet recently provided a propulsion solution for Norwegian shipbuilder Westplast AS’s new seismic survey vessel WP950. The vessel is powered by twin 15in TraktorJet TJ 381 water jets, which can propel the vessel to 28 knots and provide 6393lb of bollard pull…

Conference delineates steady effort to open the Arctic

Jan 09, 2013

Delegates at the Arctic Technology Conference, held recently in Houston, examined the potential of the region to the oil & gas industry. Victor Schmidt and Nina Rach listened in.Two Russian icebreakers create a wide path for the LNG carrier…

Kulluk towed to safety

Jan 08, 2013

Shell drillship finds safe harbor at Kiliuda Kulluk in transit (Photo: Coast Guard Operations Specialist 3 Dale Arnould.)Recovery teams were able to tow Shell’s Arctic-class drillship The Kulluk to Kiliuda Bay where it is now anchored at a safe harbor at Kodiak Island…

Kulluk runs aground

Jan 04, 2013

Shell drillship Kulluk ran aground off AlaskaKulluk aground (Photo: USCG)Calmer weather has allowed a recovery team to board Shell’s Arctic-class drillship, The Kulluk, which ran aground on 31 December 2012.During tow from Alaska to Seattle…

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