Subsea Salvage

Royal IHC Congratulates the King in a Special Way

  Royal IHC is very honored to be part of the program on the King’s Birthday. Among other activities, the King and his family will be viewing a ‘Grande Maritime Parade’ in Dordrecht.

Two Rescued from Sinking Shrimp Boat

Two fishermen were rescued from their sinking shrimp boat by a U.S. Coast Guard aircrew Friday off the coast of Saint Simons Island near Brunswic, Georgia.   Watchstanders

Maritime Casualty Forum Held in Singapore

More than 250 shipping and insurance professionals gathered for the first ever Asian Maritime Casualty Forum held during Singapore Maritime Week.   The two-day conference,

Planet Ocean Ink Deal with dotOcean

  Planet Ocean signed an exclusive representation agreement with Brugge based dotOcean at Ocean Business 2015 Southampton.  The agreement covers the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Kongsberg Connects Seismic Vessels

A communication solution developed by Kongsberg Seatex for the marine seismic sector was introduced. According to the developer, the Kongsberg MBR system enables high speed,

700+ Migrants Killed in Shipwreck 'the Worst Mediterranean Massacre'

 More than 700 migrants are feared to have drowned 'like rats in cages' on a smuggler boat because they were locked in the hold when it capsized off the Libyan  and sank in the Mediterranean sea.

The Deadly Migration Sea Routes in Mediterranean, 400 Died

 With Italian authorities rescuing 8,500 migrants in the Mediterranean over the weekend and reports up to 400 may have died, there can be no doubt that an unprecedented

ISE to Build Another ROV for Fukada

International Submarine Engineering Ltd announced the contract to build a 50HP 3,000 M Depth HYSUB ROV for Fukada Salvage and Marine Works, Japan.   The Fukada

Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention Enters into Force

The Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks enters into force on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. The Convention places strict liability on owners for locating,

Aker, Fjords Join Forces

  Aker Solutions and Fjords Processing have formed an alliance to develop technology and capabilities for advanced, cost-effective wellstream separation and treatment

BP Standardizes on Schlumberger Technology

  Schlumberger announced today that the Petrel* E&P software platform will support BP’s new digital technology roll out. The first deployment of the two-year global

New Tool Recovers Oil from Sunken Wrecks

A tool for removing oil trapped in submerged vessels was developed in Norway by Miko Marine. Moskito is designed to address the pollution threat that exists with

BlueTEC Platform Ready for Generation

  The first BlueTEC Tidal Energy platform was formally named by the Mayor of Texel, the Netherlands this morning. The floating platform, which holds tidal turbines below the sea surface,

Rolls-Royce Delivers Far Sleipner

  Rolls-Royce would like to congratulate Farstad Shipping ASA for their recently named highly advanced subsea and construction vessel Far Sleipner. The event also

Russian Submarine Fire 'Put Out' in Dock

 Firefighters at Zvyozdochka shipyard in Russia's northern province of Arkhangelsk partially flooded a nuclear-powered submarine to extinguish a blaze that started aboard the vessel.

ISU Honors Costa Concordia Salvors

Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Houston-based subsidiary TITAN Salvage and Italian engineering partner Micoperi were honored with the International Salvage Union (ISU)

USCG Establishes Diver Rating and Specialty

  The U.S. Coast Guard announced yesterday the launch of the diver enlisted rating and corresponding chief warrant officer specialty.   About 50 enlisted personnel

Global Diving & Salvage to Offer Global Technical Services

  Global Diving & Salvage has announced the addition of Global Technical Services (GTS) to its three core services: marine construction, marine casualty response and offshore support.

New Market Intelligence for Subsea Companies

Subsea UK has launched a new market intelligence service to help subsea companies exploit global opportunities. The industry body, which represents the UK’s $13.

Costa Concordia Used For Mafia Drug Smuggling

 The doomed Costa Concordia was carrying a huge shipment of Mafia-owned cocaine when it set off on its final voyage, AP reports quoting investigators who have collected evidence.

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