DOF Subsea Bags North Sea Contracts
Norwegian subsea shipping company DOF Subsea has recently secured several new contracts for project scopes to be carried out over the next few months in the North Sea. The Oslo-listed international subsea operating company said in a press note that the contracts, which have been secured for key clients in the UK and Norway, involve a variety of different activities and capabilities including UXO investigation/detonation, Seabed Mapping, Pipeline and Structural Inspection and Seabed rectification support using DOF Subsea's vessels Skandi Skansen, Geosund and Skandi Hera. In addition
DOF Subsea Orders Three Forum ROVS
Forum Subsea Technologies announced Tuesday it has secured orders from DOF Subsea to supply three of its Ultra Compact Perry XLX-C work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROV). DOF Subsea will deploy the vehicles onto three of its ROV support vessels for recently awarded projects in Brazil.The systems will be manufactured at Forum’s UK facility at Kirkbymoorside in Yorkshire and delivered in the first quarter of this year.The compact 2,000m rated 150HP XLX-C vehicles, which are coupled with compact Dynacon LARS designs, are the first of their kind to be delivered to the market. Forum has engineered
Catamaran and AUV Complete Joint Survey
Norwegian and Canadian partners have completed geophysical area survey in Norway using an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and small catamaran concept.In September 2018 DOF Subsea Norway AS was awarded a contract for The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Statens Vegvesen (SVV), to perform geophysical mapping of a 5km2 area in Bjørnafjord in Norway. The project was executed using the Hugin AUV Chercheur manufactured by Kongsberg Maritime and owned and operated by Canadian company Ocean Floor Geophysics Inc. (OFG) in combination with the small survey catamaran GeoCat owned by DOF Subsea
DOF Subsea Tallies Multiple Contracts
DOF Subsea announced Tuesday it has been awarded various contracts, securing utilization for vessels in the subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) projects segment.The company said its Atlantic region has been awarded a contract by the Norwegian Mapping Authority regarding hydrographic services for the MAREANO 2019 program. The specialized survey and IMR vessel Geograph will be deployed on the project that is expected to last until late fall.DOF Subsea said it has also been awarded a contract by Siemens on the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm Project in the North Sea. The contract will utilize the
DOF Subsea Selects Sonardyne Navigation Tech
International subsea services provider DOF Subsea has chosen acoustic and inertial navigation technology from Sonardyne Brasil Ltda. to support its deepwater operations from three vessels offshore Brazil.The three vessels will be equipped with Sonardyne’s SPRINT-Nav all-in-one subsea navigation instrument for underwater vehicles. A remote operated vehicle (ROV) on one of the vessels will also be fitted with a Sonardyne Syrinx Doppler Velocity Log (DVL), in place of its existing system. All three vessels are on long-term contract in Brazilian Waters.SPRINT-Nav combines Sonardyne’s SPRINT
Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE Announcements at OI2018
; ‘Inside Mission Control – Challenges of Over-the-Horizon Autonomy’ (15.35-15.50), presented by James Cowles, Commercial Technical Sales Manager, ASV Global; and ‘Considerations for Dynamic Subsea Laser Scanning’ (11.20-11.45) with Gordon Beattie, Survey Innovation Lead, DOF Subsea UK. “I’ll be discussing whether new technology works straight out of the box, or if there’s work involved to reap the benefits,” Gordon remarks. Thursday, March 15 is Oi18’s designated ‘Careers Day’ featuring the SUT Women In Industry panel session (10-00-12
Grabowski Joins Teledyne Marine
of technical marine projects for the oil and gas industry over the past 18 years. He has worked at marine organizations including Veritas DGC Inc., where he performed deep water seismic surveys; Fugro GEOS, where he served as a project oceanographer for coastal studies and deep water operation; and DOF Subsea Inc., where he performed extensive survey and positioning field work in support of deep water drilling and subsea construction operations. Grabowski earned a BS in Marine Sciences at Texas A&M University
DOF Secures ROV Work in Brazil
DOF ASA said its subsidiary DOF Subsea has been awarded two new contracts by Petrobras in Brazil for remotely operated vehicles (ROV) to be installed on board Skandi Angra and Skandi Paraty. The new contracts commence in April 2018 and end in September and November 2020, respectively. Additionally, Petrobras has extended two contracts for the ROVs on board Skandi Iguacu and Skandi Urca until the end of 2018. The new contracts and contract extensions add 1,630 days of ROV services for DOF Subsea and increase the backlog by approximately NOK 200 million ($24.7 million).
DOF Subsea Wins Pipeline Survey Contract
Subsea services provider DOF Subsea said it has recently inked a new contract to undertake the pipeline inspection on the Transmediterranean Pipeline Company Limited (TMPC) Pipeline System in Q3 2017. The scope involves inspection of five submarine pipelines between Sicily and Tunisia and during the scope, DOF Subsea will survey over 750 km of pipeline. DOF Subsea said it will deploy the high specification survey vessel MV Geosund to complete the inspection work scope and pipeline intervention. The latest contract award comes after DOF Subsea completed a similar scope for TMPC in 2014.
Aquatic Inks Two Regional Deals with DOF
Aquatic informs it has signed two regional frame agreements with DOF Subsea. The first, Aquatic Asia’s frame agreement with DOF Subsea Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, covers the hire of Aquatic Flex-lay equipment and Fisher winches across the Asia Pacific region and is valid from May 2017 for a period of three years with the option of 2 x 1yr extensions. Over the last three years, Aquatic Asia has completed five projects with DOF Subsea in the region. In addition, Aquatic Americas signed a one-year frame agreement with DOF Subsea North America covering the hiring of equipment in the U.S.
Collaborators Aim to Optimize ROV Operations
Two Norwegian companies have embarked on development and testing of a new underwater power and data connection system that will reduce cost and improve efficiency of vessel-based offshore remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operations. Integrated subsea services provider DOF Subsea and subsea solutions company WiSub have begun cooperation on the development and testing of WiSub’s pinless connection systems in an international initiative to set a new standard in subsea connection. WiSub patented pinless connection systems deliver power and data electromagnetically across a seawater