Underwater Engineering

Hydrographic Survey of Malacca Strait Underway

 A hydrographic survey of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) was launched today by the three littoral States - Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore - and

Statoil Contracts for Two Johan Sverdrup Jackets

  On behalf of the Johan Sverdrup licence, Statoil is today awarding contracts for two Johan Sverdrup jackets to Kvaerner Verdal and Dragados Offshore S.A. The

NOV Awards Contract to Pulse for Mooring Line Monitoring

Pulse Structural Monitoring, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract with National Oilwell Varco (NOV) Arendal in Norway to provide an acoustic mooring line

Fugro Secures PEMEX Contract Extension

  Fugro (Mexico) in conjunction with long-time associates, Diavaz, has been awarded an extension of the ongoing offshore geophysical and geotechnical campaign by the Mexican national oil company,

NOAA, Deepwater Horizon Trustees Announce Draft Restoration Plans

  NOAA and the other Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Trustees today released a 15-year comprehensive, integrated environmental ecosystem restoration for the

Total Deploy LBL Network in Record Time

  Following on from the installation of a Long BaseLine (LBL) acoustic positioning network at the giant Egina oil field off the coast of Nigeria, French oil major

Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop Kicks Off in San Diego

Teledyne Marine’s newly expanded users workshop kicked off Monday in San Diego, signaling the start of three days of collaborative industry discussion, learning

Polarcus Q3 Vessel Utilization Rises

Polarcus Limited announced the release of the Company's Third Quarter 2015 vessel utilization. Following are the results:

Statoil buys First Oil's interest in Alfa Sentral

  Statoil acquired First Oil’s 24% equity share in the UK licence for the Alfa Sentral field for USD 15 million. Alfa Sentral is a c.60 mmboe gas and condensate

NH Court Upholds Water Pollution Judgment Against Exxon

  New Hampshire's top court on Friday upheld a $236 million judgment against Exxon Mobil Corp over groundwater contamination linked to gasoline additive MTBE. The

KEP Marine Releases Video Recording Products

  KEP Marine releases today the innovative network video recording system and new HD cameras. The plug-and-play KVNR-8001 network video recording system is

Changing the Game of Subsea Video

Live subsea video can now be digitally transmitted via Ethernet without significant latency, says Norwegian EPC-contractor Imenco, whose new SubVIS platform is

Swathe Offering the New Valeport SWiFT

Following the launch of Valeport’s new SWiFT SVP earlier this year, Swathe Services becomes the first company to offer the profiler for hire.   Featuring high accuracy SV,

Braemar Hires Kruszewski for Offshore, DP and FEMA

Braemar Engineering, the specialist maritime engineering consultancy, informs it has appointed Chis Kruszewski to the role of senior electrical engineer in its offshore, DP and FMEA group.

Kruszewski Joins Braemar Engineering

  Braemar Engineering, the specialist maritime engineering consultancy, today announced the appointment of Chis Kruszewski to the role of Senior Electrical Engineer in its Offshore,

EMGS Agrees New Vessel Terms

  Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has signed an extended charter agreement for the vessel BOA Thalassa with BOA SBL AS (owner of the vessel) at new and improved commercial terms.

Technip Bags Stones Project Contract in GoM

  Technip was awarded by Shell Offshore Inc. (“Shell”) a contract for the development of subsea infrastructure for the Stones project. Included in the service

Novacavi Cables for MOSE Activities

Novacavi reported continuous support in designing and providing special cables for the MOSE (Experimental Electromechanical Module) project.   MOSE is an infrastructural

Tuco Debuts New Dive and ROV Support Boats

Denmark’s Tuco Marine has revealed its new dive support and ROV Support boat designs. The two new vessels complement the designer’s range of ProZero workboats and

Sonardyne's Ranger 2 Comes Up Big

ROV tracking technology supplied by Sonardyne Inc. in Houston to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) aids expedition to study recently discovered

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