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IEV Wins Subsea Pipeline Inspection Gig in Malaysia

IEV, an asset integrity services provider to the oil and gas industry, has won a contract to provide advanced inspection solutions for an oil company in Malaysia.Singapore-based IEV said Monday it had won the contract through its 49%-owned associate, IEV Malaysia.Under the contract awarded by an unnamed oil and gas producer IEV Malaysia will be providing an ultrasonic scanner technology deployed by a remotely operated vehicle (“ROV”) to inspect a subsea pipeline located at an offshore oil and gas field in Malaysia. he contract is estimated to have a contract value in excess of US$1.

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Total Picks Oceaneering for Tyra Project

of supplying 1.5 million Danish homes with gas. The investment in this project is the largest of its kind within the Danish North Sea.Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity business provides integrity management capabilities, conventional and advanced non-destructive testing (NDT) and specialist inspection solutions, with a team of over 2,100 technically focused people, servicing customers from 24 global locations

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New Tool for Offshore Inspection

to access areas is what AISUS is becoming world renowned for,” Lawson said.    “This investment will enable us to harness and expand our expertise to broaden our product range and geographical reach as we look to fulfill our ambition of becoming a world leader in advanced inspection solutions.”    

SeaVision generates high resolution 3D imagery for predictive analytics. (image: Kraken Robotics Inc.)

Partners to Advance Subsea Robotic Inspection

; Kraken Robotics Inc.’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Kraken Robotic Systems Inc., has partnered with GE Venture Avitas Systems to integrate autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), acoustic and laser sensor technology and artificial intelligence-based navigation software into unique subsea inspection solutions for the oil and gas, offshore renewable energy and shipping industries.   The announcement was made during GE's Mind + Machines event in San Francisco, Calif.   "Bridging Kraken's cost-effective technologies with our autonomy, state-of-the-art platform and domain knowledge

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JF Subsea Inspects Shell Oil Rigs with New ROV technique

solution, with the inspection completed and a final report delivered within two weeks. Post project analysis concluded that downtime was reduced to 2% over the four month campaign period. Tim Welford, operations manager at JF Subsea said: “We have long project managed and supplied inspection solutions to Shell UK within the North Sea, and our latest collaboration has not only delivered the exceptional service Shell have come to expect, it has also improved efficiencies from all angles and provided detailed, credible reporting. “Following the success of the 2016 ABROV inspection

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Ashtead Technology Invests in Underwater Tech

Ashtead Technology announced investments of more than $300,000 in the latest generation of visual inspection tools for deep sea exploration.   The investment will see Ashtead offer a range of SubC Imaging products to meet increasing industry demand for enhanced, cost effective inspection solutions. A video technology used to monitor the integrity of subsea assets and infrastructure, SubC Imaging provides state-of-the art cameras with HD video capabilities that can capture and transmit high quality data from extreme water depths.   Chris Echols, Vice President of Ashtead Technology

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