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Fugro’s QuickVision technology to support safe subsea operations in Brazil’s Mero 2 project

21 January 2022   Maersk Supply Service has awarded Fugro a subsea survey and positioning contract to support installation of an anchoring system for the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Sepetiba in Petrobras’ deepwater Mero 2 project, offshore Brazil. These....

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Worldwide first as six oil and gas operators and Oceaneering Services BV sign deal to jointly decommission wells in North Sea

21 January 2022   NAM, Neptune Energy, ONE-Dyas, Petrogas E&P, TotalEnergies EP Nederland and Wintershall Noordzee have signed an agreement with Oceaneering Services B.V. for the decommissioning of Mud Line Suspension (MLS) wells in the Dutch North Sea, which are wells....

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Brimmond Group announces new distribution deals with Heila Marine Cranes and KAMAT across the UK and Ireland

20 January 2022   Brimmond Group, the Aberdeenshire-based provider of hydraulic, lifting and mechanical equipment and services, has announced an exclusive deal to become the official UK and Ireland distributor for Heila Marine Cranes (Heila). Heila is a global leader in....

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Board changes as Port of Blyth plans for a bright future

20 January 2022   Blyth Harbour Commission, the statutory trust that oversees the Port of Blyth, has appointed a new Deputy Chair to its Board of Commissioners. Catherine Young takes up the role having served on the Board as a Commissioner for....

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OWGP launches first national F4OR programme to grow UK offshore wind supply chain

19 January 2022   The Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) has launched its latest business transformation activity to support the UK offshore wind supply chain in collaboration with ORE Catapult, Nuclear AMRC and Opergy. The first national Fit 4 Offshore Renewables....

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Subsea Expo to go ahead as Scottish Govt lifts event limit restrictions

19 January 2022   The Scottish Government will remove the limits on attendance at indoor public events from next Monday, meaning Subsea Expo will go ahead as planned in February. The unmissable industry event, billed as the world's largest subsea exhibition and....

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Saab Seaeye: another tiger goes nuclear

19 January 2022   Built to survive in nuclear storage ponds, a sixth Saab Seaeye Tiger-N robot has been ordered for the Sellafield nuclear site. The sixth Seaeye Tiger-N joins a fleet of nuclear-environment enabled Seaeye Tiger-Ns, deployed to gather and....

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Report outlines how UK oceanographic capability must transition to become net zero by 2040

19 January 2022   Findings from a new review into the future of oceanographic research infrastructure have revealed the significant changes that must be made to enable the UK to deliver a Net Zero Oceanographic Capability (NZOC). The report – which....

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iXblue delivers the synthetic aperture sonar dedicated to Ifremer's new 6000m-rated AUV

18 January 2022   Ifremer, the French Research Institute for Ocean Science, has received its new synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) from iXblue. It will equip the institute’s new 6000m-rated Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) dedicated to deep sea exploration. This synthetic aperture sonar,....

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Baird Capital invests in Subsea Technology & Rentals

18 January 2022   Baird Capital’s Global Private Equity team today announced an investment in Subsea Technology & Rentals ("STR”), a leading independent subsea rental equipment and specialist services provider to the offshore energy industry. The terms of the deal were....

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Sonardyne hybrid positioning chosen for vessels across energy and science

18 January 2022   Acoustic and inertial position reference systems from marine technology company Sonardyne have been chosen to underpin the critical station keeping activities of multiple deepwater vessels operating in the energy and ocean research sectors. Through a combination of upgrades....

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Fugro secures cable route survey contract for Denmark’s Energy Islands development

18 January 2022   Fugro has secured a new contract with Energinet to undertake cable route surveys for the North Sea Energy Island project. The Energy Island will serve as an offshore power plant distributing up to 10 GW of offshore....

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National Oceanography Centre’s Professor Ed Hill receives CBE for services to ocean and environmental sciences

18 January 2022   The National Oceanography Centre’s Chief Executive, Professor Ed Hill, received the insignia of a CBE at an investiture at Windsor Castle held by HRH the Duke of Cambridge. Professor Hill was awarded the CBE in the Queen’s....

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IMCA appoints new technical director

17 January 2022   The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) welcomes Stephen Peet as Technical Director. Stephen Peet brings a wealth of experience to IMCA having held senior positions with Wood Group and KBR following earlier career roles at GE and....

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Shell and ScottishPower win bids to develop 5 GW of floating wind power in the UK

17 January 2022   Shell and ScottishPower have secured joint offers for seabed rights to develop large-scale floating wind farms as part of Crown Estate Scotland’s ScotWind leasing. The partners have won two sites representing a total of 5 gigawatts (GW)....

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ScotWind offshore wind leasing delivers major boost to Scotland’s net zero aspirations

17 January 2022   Crown Estate Scotland has announced the outcome of its application process for ScotWind Leasing, the first Scottish offshore wind leasing round in over a decade and the first ever since the management of offshore wind rights were....

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Multiple contract awards DOF Subsea

14 January 2022   DOF Subsea has announced that a key renewables client has awarded an extension to an ongoing subsea construction contract in the North Sea. In direct continuation of the ongoing project, Skandi Acergy shall be further utilised up....

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KW Group to provide hyperbaric test chamber to US defence sector

14 January 2022   KW Group have announced that its engineers will design a robust, quick-access and easy to handle, manual chock closure hyperbaric test chamber, equipped with customer-specific connections and penetrations, for the US defence sector. A 700 bar, (10,153....

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Burness Paull appoints Public Law and Net Zero specialist as partner

14 January 2022   One of Scotland’s leading Public Law and Net Zero policy development experts has joined Burness Paull. Richard Lockhart was previously General Counsel of national infrastructure centre of expertise, Scottish Futures Trust. He was also legal and commercial lead in....

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Call for papers extended for Global Offshore Wind 2022 and other events

14 January 2022   RenewableUK have announced an extension to the call for papers for several events, including Global Offshore Wind 2022. The new deadline, extended due to popular demand, is Friday 28 January. The conference runs in conjunction with an exhibition,....

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C-Kore Systems receive their 2nd Queen’s Award for Enterprise

13 January 2022   C-Kore Systems Limited from Escrick, York is celebrating as they were honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for the second time in 3 years. Following their award for Innovation in 2019, they have now been recognised....

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Rotech Subsea delivers critical Pentland Firth East de-burial, cut & recovery and re-burial works

13 January 2022   Active again in subsea power cable IRM, leading excavation and trenching operator, Rotech Subsea, has delivered a critical de-burial, cut and recovery and re-burial project in UK waters. In late Q3 Rotech Subsea’s TRS1 tool was mobilised....

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Wood propels growth in Middle East with $580m of wins in 2021

13 January 2022   Wood, the global consulting and engineering company, marks a year of strategic growth in the Middle East region following a suite of contract awards and strategic framework renewals across its Consulting, Projects and Operations business units, accumulating....

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EnerMech appoints new regional director for Asia Pacific

12 January 2022   EnerMech has appointed Garry Ford as regional director for Asia Pacific to drive further business growth across the energy, industrial and infrastructure sectors and strengthen its existing oil and gas operations in the region. Mr Ford joins the....

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New Year, New Office as LMS relocates to new Aberdeen headquarters

11 January 2022   Intelligent lifting equipment specialists, LMS (Load Monitoring Systems Ltd), has upsized its UK operations by relocating its Aberdeen headquarters. LMS has moved into the 7,700 sq.ft modern office building in Aberdeen Energy Park amid a period of sustained....

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J+S Subsea announced as finalist in prestigious awards

11 January 2022   J+S Subsea has been announced as a finalist in two categories in next month’s Subsea Expo awards. The awards celebrate the companies and individuals leading the way in the UK’s £8billion underwater industry. Aberdeen-based J+S Subsea is a finalist....

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Offshore wind supply chain companies set to benefit from £3.5 million funding

10 January 2022   Stage 1 Application deadline: 14th January 2022 at 5:00pm.

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EC-OG supplies Halo intelligent battery system for world-first autonomous offshore power trials in Hawaii

10 January 2022   EC-OG, a specialist in intelligent energy management and storage technologies for the energy industry, has achieved a significant company milestone with the first commercial delivery of its Halo subsea battery storage system. The lithium-ion based device will....

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Banbury-based Norbar hosts virtual open evenings for engineering apprenticeships job openings

10 January 2022   Banbury-based tools manufacturer Norbar Torque Tools Ltd is hosting a series of virtual careers evenings in February for young people potentially interested in two engineering apprenticeships on offer. Following the success of last year’s virtual events, the....

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Offshore wind supply chain companies set to benefit from £3.5 million funding

10 January 2022   The Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) – the go-to enabler to develop the UK offshore wind supply chain – has released its latest Development Grant funding call, with £3.5 million available for UK businesses looking to accelerate....

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