ROV Planet Articles

Major industry boost for award-winning lightpath technology as it launches latest product

18.02.2016
Sector endorsement for patented flexible line of light which supports divers in subsea conditions. Scottish research and development company PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) is enjoying a hat trick of successes as a major operator and two subsea service companies push the envelope to further the safety of their diving personnel and increase efficiencies in the subsea sector. The North Sea Operator has, for the first time, included PSL’s LIGHTPATH technology in its diving operations and management guidance document, which aims to ensure compliance with latest legislation and industry best practice.

Arctic shipping routes may be open by 2080

17.02.2016
Commercial summer shipping across the North Pole may be possible by the end of the century, with the first potential crossings feasible for ice-strengthened ships around 2040. According to this study, by scientists at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), Arctic shipping could potentially account for as much as 10% of all cargo transported between Europe and the Pacific. It will help supply communities and industries along the coasts of Siberia and Canada.

C-Kore Systems delivers Subsea Monitoring Tools to PTTEP Australasia

17.02.2016
UK based C-Kore Systems delivered their subsea monitoring units to PTTEP Australasia for use on the Subsea Equipment Australian Reliability (SEAR) JIP. The SEAR JIP was formed to meet the challenging subsea conditions faced in Australian waters. C-Kore’s subsea monitoring technology provides quick and reliable information on the electrical condition of subsea assets, eliminating the use of down-lines or the requirement to bring the equipment topside to test.

Imenco UK Ltd HD over Ethernet Camera at Oceanology International 2016

17.02.2016
Imenco UK Ltd will be exhibiting at Oceanology International 2016 at ExCel Exhibition and Conference Centre in London where they will be sharing stand L150 with their Middle East Agent Indepth International Ltd.

Arctic Distinguished Achievement Awards Nomination Deadline Extended to 1 March

17.02.2016
Nominate your leading Arctic E&P industry contributors now OTC's Arctic Technology Conference - the industry's most focused, international conference and exhibition for Arctic E&P professionals - will continue accepting nominations for the Arctic Technology Distinguished Achievement Awards through 1 March.

Aker Solutions and Total to Cooperate on Subsea Technology Development

16.02.2016
Aker Solutions and Total agreed to collaborate on research and innovation to develop new cost-effective subsea field technology. The initial four-year technical collaboration agreement will build on earlier cooperation and bring both companies closer in developing technologies that will reduce costs and increase value at subsea oil and gas fields. The partnership will this year explore a wide range of issues, including further evolution of subsea processing and compression systems to boost cost-efficiency of deepwater gas production, development of electric subsea controls and optimization of flow-measurement technologies. Further scope of the collaboration will be defined over the next months.

Trelleborg exhibits innovative subsea solutions at Underwater Intervention 2016

11.02.2016
Trelleborg’s applied technologies operation will showcase its innovative range of high performance solutions at the Underwater Intervention Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Located on stand 306, the company will present its portfolio of subsea innovations, including its pioneering high performance hollow glass microspheres, Eccospheres® and Eccofloat® syntactic foam buoyancy for remotely operated vehicles (ROV)

Seanamic Expands Global Umbilical Business

10.02.2016
Umbilicals Facility to Serve EMEA market Surface to seabed specialist, Seanamic Group, is expanding its global umbilical business with a new Umbilical International facility in Glasgow. Initially it will offer umbilical repair and refurbishment for operators and contractors, in the lead up to full umbilical and cable manufacture.

Harkand completes successful campaign in Trinidad and Tobago for BPTT

10.02.2016
HARKAND has completed an inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) campaign for BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) utilising the Harkand Da Vinci diving support vessel (DSV) and the company's new hyperbaric rescue facility (HRF) in the Caribbean.

Aker Solutions to Deliver Concept Study on Future Johan Sverdrup Phases

10.02.2016
Aker Solutions will deliver a concept study on a new processing platform for future phases of the Statoil-operated Johan Sverdrup North Sea field, Norway's largest oil find in three decades. The study includes design solutions for a tie-in of the platform and future satellites to the field center that is being developed in the project's first phase. The work will be carried out by Aker Solutions in Oslo and Stavanger and will be delivered in the summer.

Wood Group extends Chevron contract in the North Sea

10.02.2016
Wood Group has secured an extension to continue to support Chevron Upstream Europe across four offshore assets in the North Sea. Wood Group PSN (WGPSN) will deliver operations and maintenance services to the Alba Northern platform, Alba floating storage unit, Captain floating production, storage and offloading vessel and Captain wellhead protector platform, under the one year contract that extends an agreement in place since 2010.

Technip awarded a subsea contract for the South Santa Cruz and Barataria fields in the Gulf of Mexico

09.02.2016
Technip has been awarded a lump sum contract by Deep Gulf Energy III, LLC (“DGE”) for the development of the South Santa Cruz and Barataria fields. These ultra-deepwater fields are located in Mississippi Canyon, offshore New Orleans, in the Gulf of Mexico, in approximately 2,000 meters of water depth.

New Marine Electronics Dolphin 2D sonar is now ocean ready

09.02.2016
Marine Electronics Ltd is presenting its new Dolphin 2D sonar at Oceanology (Stand E200) where designers of small AUVs and ROVs are expected to be impressed by its performance and compact size. The new sonar was first shown to the industry in prototype form a year ago. Since then further design, development and testing has been completed and Marine Electronics is now able to demonstrate this impressive new product to potential customers who have been waiting eagerly since its preview.

SBG Systems Appoints Swathe Services as Official UK and Ireland Distributor

08.02.2016
SBG Systems has appointed Swathe Services to be an authorised sales and support distributor for the marine hydrography market in the UK and Ireland. This includes all products within the Ellipse, Ekinox and Apogee product lines and includes the Split-Box with associated components.

OCEANS'16 MTS/IEEE Monterey - Call for Abstracts

05.02.2016
OCEANS'16 will be a tremendous opportunity to focus on topics of interest to you in all fields of Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering. We are trying to develop a Technical Program that will appeal to the significant interests. The conference will feature: Over 500 professionally reviewed technical papers, including sessions focused on local themes. Plenary sessions with leaders from industry, academia, the military and government. 100-200 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations in products and services. A student poster session featuring outstanding projects from around the world. Tutorials, workshops, demonstrations, government listening sessions, social/networking opportunities, professional field trips ...and much, much more!

Balltec Flangeless Subsea Plug Launcher in Statoil Pipeline Upgrade Project

05.02.2016
Balltec Engineered Solutions has successfully completed work using its subsea smart plug launcher. The flangeless subsea plug launcher technology played a critical role in Statoil’s ambitious infrastructure upgrade methodology for the Åsgard Millom pipeline.

Subsea Expo Draws Record Attendance as the industry gets fit for $30 oil

05.02.2016
Almost 7,000 visits were made to Europe’s largest subsea event, Subsea Expo, held in Aberdeen this week, despite the industry facing its toughest year ever. The exhibition and conference, organised by Subsea UK, attracted just under 5,000 individual delegates, many of whom visited more than once over the three days. International delegates flew in from all corners of the world, including Africa, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria and the US.

OI 2016: Recent Innovations helping Marine Renewables Achive real cost reductions

05.02.2016
Cost reduction is the constant aim of the marine renewable energy industry, and this year’s ‘Marine Renewables’ conference session on Tuesday 15 March, the opening day of Oceanology International 2016 (OI 2016), the world’s largest exhibition and conference for marine science and ocean technology (London’s ExCeL, 15-17 March), will be exploring some of the steps being taken to achieve this all-important goal. Like all the component parts of Oceanology International the conference is free to attend, online registration is at www.oceanologyinternational.com.
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