Subsea Salvage

WHOI Helps Locate El Faro’s Voyage Data Recorder

 A team of scientists and engineers from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), U.S. Coast Guard and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have

N-Sea to Clear Unexploded Ordnance for UK Wind Farm

Subsea IMR provider, N-Sea, has been awarded a new contract with Galloper Offshore Wind Farm Ltd (GWFL).   The contract for pre-construction unexploded ordnance

Aker Solutions, ABB Form Subsea Alliance

Aker Solutions and ABB agreed to build on their combined strengths in subsea, power and automation technologies to develop solutions that will improve oil and gas

Technip Gains Petrobras BAVIT Contract Extension

Technip has signed a four years extension of its five-year initial contract signed in January 2011 with Petrobras S.A. for its Flexible Pipes Logistic Base (BAVIT), located in Vitória, Brazil.

Subsea 7 Bags Apache Contract Off UK

Subsea 7 S.A. (Oslo Børs: SUBC, ADR: SUBCY) was yesterday awarded a sizeable engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contract by Apache North Sea,

Wood Group Bags four Statoil Contracts

Wood Group has recently won four subsea contracts with Statoil on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS). The latest award is a study to deliver subsea field concept

Faulkner Joins Braemar SA as Manager

Braemar (incorporating The Salvage Association) has appointed David Faulkner as ‘Manager, Ports and Harbours (Middle East)’. David is a Master Mariner and pilot

Wild Well Raises Bar on Plug & Abandonment

Wild Well Control announced that its DeepRange tool, in conjunction with its 7Series riserless intervention system, has successfully performed full plug and abandonment

Aker Solutions Wins Lundin Norway Deal

The agreement covers early-phase studies, pre-engineering (FEED) work, verifications and follow-on engineering for Lundin Norway. It encompasses engineering work

UTEC Announces Management Changes

UTEC Survey, an Acteon company, has announced the strengthening of its management team in Australia to further enhance the company’s client-focused approach. Former

Collaboration on Swimming Robots for Subsea Maintenance

NTNU spin-off company Eelume collaborates with Kongsberg Maritime and Statoil to develop swimming robots for subsea inspection and light intervention. Kongsberg

Aker Solutions, Petrobras Ink Subsea Services Deal

Aker Solutions secured an agreement to provide maintenance and other services for subsea facilities at Petrobras-operated oil and gas fields offshore Brazil. The

Hydro Group Shortlisted for Made in Scotland Awards

Aberdeen-headquarted, Hydro Group plc is recognised as a finalist at the 2016 Made in Scotland Awards for the categories Manufacturer of the Year and Exporter of the Year.

Bibby Wins North Sea Decommissioning Contract

Subsea services provider to the oil and gas industry Bibby Offshore (BOUK) has secured a multimillion pound contract with a North Sea Operator, to deliver decommissioning

Aker's Global Subsea Engineering Services for BP

Aker Solutions secured a global framework agreement to deliver engineering and project management services at BP-operated subsea oil and gas fields. The contract

BOEM Proposes New Regulation for OCS

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) today released proposed regulations that would provide additional clarity and certainty for its Marine Minerals Program regarding negotiated,

VIKING's Profit Run Continues

The 2015 financial year saw VIKING Life-Saving Equipment A/S continue its unbroken, 12-year run of revenue and profit increases. Revenues were up nine percent at DKK 1.

BSEE, NASA to Examine Offshore Risks

The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) and The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have announced a five-year agreement allowing

Kongsberg Demos Shallow Water Multibeam at Oceanology

The latest development of Kongsberg Maritime’s EM 2040 multibeam echo sounder technology platform is being demonstrated at Oceanology International 2016. The

Shipwreck off N.Carolina Believed to Be Civil War-era Steamer

  A shipwreck discovered off the coast of North Carolina is likely one of three Confederate blockade runners known to have been lost in the area, archaeologists said on Monday.

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