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Fugro awarded Pyrenees Phase 3 Installation Project by BHP Billiton

04.02.2016
Fugro has been awarded a contract by BHP Billiton Petroleum Pty Ltd for the Pyrenees Phase 3 Installation Project. The Pyrenees development is located offshore Western Australia, in approximately 200 metres water depth, 45 kilometres northwest of Exmouth, and comprises six separate fields: Stickle, Crosby, Tanglehead, Moondyne, Wild Bull and Ravensworth. The project includes the tie back of the Stickle 9 well to the existing Tanglehead manifold

Young subsea engineers inspired to design underwater robots with support from subsea industry

04.02.2016
Subsea UK to sponsor MATE ROV competition for second year. Subsea UK announced today, at Subsea Expo, that it will sponsor an initiative which inspires budding subsea engineers for a second year. The body which represents the £9billion subsea industry has now committed £20,000 to the Scottish MATE ROV competition. The initiative, organised by the Robert Gordon University, encourages young engineers to design and test underwater machinery with help from industry mentors.

Nautilus completes assembly of the SSLP and commences FAT

04.02.2016
Nautilus Minerals Inc. (TSX:NUS, OTCQX:NUSMF, OTC:NUSMF Nasdaq Intl Designation) (the "Company" or "Nautilus") announces that the Solwara 1 Joint Venture (comprising Nautilus 85% and Eda Kopa (Solwara) Limited 15%) has been advised that Factory Acceptance Testing (“FAT”) on the Subsea Slurry and Lift Pump (“SSLP”) has commenced at the GE Oil & Gas manufacturing facility in Houston, USA.

National Awards Recognise Subsea Stars

04.02.2016
Aker Solutions was recognised as the best subsea company of the year at the Subsea UK awards last night and David Bloom of Subsea 7 was honoured for his outstanding contribution to the subsea industry. The awards, which seek to celebrate the achievements of companies and individuals in the £9billion subsea industry across the country, were presented at a gala dinner during Europe’s largest subsea-focused exhibition and conference – Subsea Expo

Valeport fastCTD Profiler Ticks the Boxes

03.02.2016
Valeport’s new fastCTD Profiler is designed to deliver high quality CTD casts at rapid drop rates. Created for coastal and oceanographic profiling, this new profiler is an evolution of Valeport’s popular miniCTD instrument. The system incorporates Valeport’s world-class technology to allow the fastCTD Profiler to deliver the highest quality profiles in a lightweight and robust package

Ocean Installer awarded three key Statoil contracts

03.02.2016
Ocean Installer has been awarded three significant contracts for subsea installations and tie-in operations for Statoil on Johan Sverdrup, Oseberg Vestflanken and Gina Krog. The three awards constitute a significant portion of Statoil's planned subsea construction work on the Norwegian Continental Shelf for the 2017 season.

Bibby HydroMap is shortlisted for a Mersey Maritime Innovation Award

03.02.2016
Mersey Maritime has announced that Bibby HydroMap are among the finalists for an Innovation Award at the 2016 MMIAs Bibby HydroMap's entry was centered on the launch of their survey ROV d'ROP in 2015, an innovative design that is set to alter the competitive landscape of shallow water remote survey and inspection. Short for 'dynamic remotely operated platform', the flexibility of the d'ROP allows it to effectively meet the needs of many industry sectors, including offshore renewables, oil and gas, subsea power and telecomms cables.

Hawboldt Industries Appointment

03.02.2016
Hawboldt Industries is pleased to announce David Marchetti has joined the company in a senior sales role. Marchetti brings to Hawboldt over 27 years of experience in operations, manufacturing, engineering, project management, and aftermarket / customer service, including extensive experience with ROV systems, and subsea oil and gas operations. Marchetti has held various positions with companies such as Schilling Robotics, GE Vetco Gray, and FMC Technologies, and most recently held the position of VP of Operations - Subsea at Forum Energy Technologies

New approach to subsea systems will dramatically reduce cost and risk

02.02.2016
Ashtead Technology is publishing a White Paper at Subsea Expo to demonstrate how a new approach to the installation and integrity management of subsea systems can significantly reduce risk and cost in subsea operations. The leading, independent provider of subsea technology and equipment has developed an advanced suite of integrated subsea monitoring and data systems to support critical aspects of construction and integrity management.

Atlas’ Survey Team Secures Exclusive Supplier Contract for MONITA Project

02.02.2016
Geosciences and engineering service provider Next Geosolutions has been awarded a Geophysical, UXO & Geotechnical contract to Prysmian SRL for the MONITA Project in the Adriatic Sea. Through the collaborative effort of the survey team, Atlas Professionals successfully secured exclusive supplier status to Next Geosolutions for the whole project.

OI 2016: GROWING AQUACULTURE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT

02.02.2016
The growing economic importance of the aquaculture industry in the marine environment, and the opportunities for technology transfer are highlighted by the day-long ‘Aquaculture’ conference stream on Wednesday 16 March at Oceanology International 2016 (OI 2016) the world’s largest exhibition and conference for marine science and ocean technology (London’s ExCeL, 15-17 March). This follows the successful debut of the topic at OI in 2014. Like all the component parts of Oceanology International it is free to attend, online registration is at www.oceanologyinternational.com.

SMD Deliver Deep Sea Mining Vehicles

02.02.2016
This week marks a significant milestone for subsea engineering company SMD as the MV Happy Delta, loaded with the world’s first deep sea mining vehicles, leaves the port of Tyne. In late 2007 SMD was awarded with a contract to design and build the world’s first deep sea mining vehicles for Canadian listed company Nautilus Minerals. Eight years on, having worked in close partnership with the customer, this massive feat of engineering is complete. The SPTs and associated equipment, totalling over 1000 Tonnes, have now been loaded onto the vessel which has set sail for Duqm Port in Oman where they will undergo further testing.

Nautilus takes delivery of Seafloor Production Tools

02.02.2016
Nautilus Minerals Inc. (TSX:NUS, OTCQX:NUSMF, OTC:NUSMF Nasdaq Intl Designation) (the "Company" or "Nautilus") announces that the Solwara 1 Joint Venture (comprising Nautilus 85% and Eda Kopa (Solwara) Limited 15%) has taken delivery of the three Seafloor Production Tools (“SPTs”) from Soil Machine Dynamics Limited’s (“SMD”) facility in Newcastle upon Tyne.

OTC's Arctic Event - Submission Deadline Extended

02.02.2016
Submission Date Extended to 15 February Present Your Paper at ATC 2016

ROVOP and WFS Technologies announce collaboration to drive down subsea costs

01.02.2016
Independent subsea remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider ROVOP and wireless instrumentation and control solutions developer WFS Technologies have today, (Monday 1st February), announced a new collaboration effort to reduce certain operating costs by up to 80% and extend asset life by years.

OI 2016: Monitoring Structural Integrity: Understanding risk and reliability

29.01.2016
The contribution of the monitoring of offshore structures to reduce risk and improve reliability is key to achieving operational efficiencies in the offshore oil and gas industry and is a new topic to come under the conference spotlight at Oceanology International 2016 (OI 2016), the world’s largest marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference (ExCeL London, 15-17 March).

C-Kore Systems awarded contract for BP for Subsea Monitoring Tools

29.01.2016
C-Kore Systems Ltd, has been awarded a contract for BP to purchase their C-Kore Subsea Monitoring tools. BP trialed the tools on earlier umbilical installation projects and will now purchase a number of units for their prestigious Quad 204 project in the North Sea. Due to their unique design, the CKore units can monitor the insulation resistance and continuity of umbilicals during the complete installation process, even with both ends of the umbilical submerged to full deployment depth.

Saipem Selects Tritech Sensors

29.01.2016
Italian Oil and Gas industry contractor, Saipem Società per azioni (S.p.A) [Saipem] has selected Tritech’s Gemini 620pd multibeam profiling system for its Work Class Remotely Operated Vehicles (WROVs).
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