Subsea Salvage

Technip Wins Umbilical Supply Order

  Technip’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Technip Umbilicals Ltd. awarded a contract by ENI S.p.A. to supply umbilicals to the Block 15/06 East Hub Development offshore Angola.

EMGS Makes further Cuts

  Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) announces that the Company implements additional cost reduction measures reflecting the challenging market conditions in the oil service industry.

MH370 Search Discussed at EAS Seminar

  Lessons learned from recent international search and rescue operations, including the ongoing search for MH370, were discussed during an East Asia Summit (EAS) seminar in Sydney this week.

2 Mobile WROVs with LARS for Swire Seabed

Subsea operation specialist, Swire Seabed, has placed an order for the acquisition of two Kystdesign Supporter Work-Class Remotely Operated Vehicles (WROVs) with

WWII Catalina Aircraft Wreckage Confirmed

The Royal Australian Air Force has confirmed that aircraft wreckage found in waters south of Cairns is that of RAAF Number 11 Squadron Catalina A24-25 that crashed on 28 February 1943,

Aker Delivers World's First Subsea Compression System

  The world's first subsea gas compression system went on stream yesterday at the Statoil-operated Åsgard field. Aker Solutions has delivered the subsea compression system for this field development.

NOAA Awards $1.4 Million for Marine Debris Removal

NOAA has awarded nearly $1.4 million to groups across the U.S. to remove marine debris from their communities. This is the ninth year of this annual grant competition,

Wood Group Pioneers Five JIPs

  Wood Group is leading five new joint industry  projects (JIPs) which will use the company’s extensive subsea experience to solve  industry-wide challenges. These international projects,

Donegal Fishing Boat Nearly Hit by Submarine

 Donegal fishermen are counting their lucky stars after a near-miss with a submarine last week.    A shocked fisherman has described his close encounter with a submarine,

Royal Navy Submarine Responsible For Fishing Trawler Incident

 Britain’s Ministry of Defence has admitted a Royal Navy submarine was responsible for dragging a trawler backwards off the Northern Ireland coast earlier this year.

Historic WW I Shipwreck Survey Underway

Partnering U.S. agencies have commenced surveying the historic shipwreck of an American lightship shelled and sunk by a German U-boat during World War I nearly 100 years ago.

Paddle Steamer Wreck Surveyed, First Artifacts Recovered

Endurance Exploration team completes video survey of shipwrecked paddle steamer Connaught , recovers first artifacts   Endurance Exploration Group has completed

World’s First Decommissioning Collaboration Tool

The world’s first online information management system for the offshore decommissioning market has been launched by well management and performance improvement specialist, Exceed.

Treasure Hunters Find $4.5 mln in Rare Spanish Coins

Florida treasure hunters found a trove of $4.5 million worth of Spanish gold coins 300 years to the day after a fleet of ships sunk in a hurricane while en route from Havana to Spain,

Putin's Submarine Ride in Black Sea

Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a high-profile dive to the bottom of the Black Sea to explore an ancient shipwreck off Crimea in a submersible, in a

Russians Explore Sunken USN Ship

  Northern Fleet divers salvage weapons and equipment from the American ship “Thomas Donaldson”, which sank after a German submarine attack outside Murmansk in 1945.

Barakah Adds Deepwater Capability with Ocean Installer

  Barakah Offshore Petroleum Berhad’s wholly-owned subsidiary, PBJV Group Sdn Bhd (PBJV), has recently signed a Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) with a Norwegian subsea service provider,

'Sea Monster' Figurehead Salvaged from Baltic Sea Wreck

A wooden figurehead of a sea monster with ears like a lion and a crocodile's jaw was carefully lifted from the sea in southern Sweden on Tuesday by divers bringing

Unique Gun Salvaged from Barents Sea

  Divers Northern Fleet raised from the bottom of the Kola Bay, an American anti-aircraft gun, which lay there for 70 years. Earlier it was reported that the

Feds Asked to Inspect Offshore SoCal Pipelines

An environmental group petitioned the federal government on Thursday to immediately inspect more than 200 miles of undersea oil pipelines off California's coast.

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