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Blue Ocean Monitoring Orders AUV

accurate survey data with significant reductions in project cost, time and risk.  The AUV has been robustly engineered, is capable of operations to 200m, and is one of the smallest and lightest on the market, allowing for single-user deployment from small work vessels or directly from shore.Keith Wallace, Chief Commercial Officer of Blue Ocean Monitoring, stated: “The Iver3 AUV is a powerful addition to the expanding range of innovative technology we operate, and the services we can provide.  We have responded directly to our clients’ feedback by comprehensively assessing the

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Blue Ocean Monitoring Opens 2 New Offices

, a company which implements and operates autonomous ocean data collection platforms for oil and gas and environmental applications, announced it had expanded its offices from Perth and Singapore, opening offices in the U.K. and the U.S. due to growing customer demand. The U.K. office is headed by Keith Wallace who has been appointed General Manager – Europe & the Middle East. Keith is an accomplished Metocean Scientist, is a leader in his field and is well regarded throughout the region. The Houston, U.S. office is headed by Chris Carter who has been appointed Vice President – Americas

Major Milestone in Greater Area Stella Development

over £200millon (GBP) including the Technip U.K. Ltd. EPIC contract. EPC is managing the structures fabrication workscope as part of Ithaca’s integrated project team. The largest structure built as part of the contract, the main drill center manifold, weighs in at over 300 metric tons. Keith Wallace, head of the new Costain Upstream division said, “Our approach of package managing the structures has allowed Ithaca to free issue the equipment to the subsea installation contractor whilst maintaining close control over the engineering, build quality and delivery schedule of these production

Costain Completes EPC Offshore Acquisition

projects and asset support services across four principal service lines: field development, subsea facilities, topside facilities and floating systems. It will be based in Aberdeen with operating and support units in Maidenhead, Teeside, Manchester and Abu Dhabi. Costain Upstream will be led by Keith Wallace, chief executive of EPC Offshore, supported by John Wilson, managing director of ClerkMaxwell; Peter Kirkbride, managing director of EPC Offshore and Alistair Dornan of ClerkMaxwell as strategy director. Established in 2009 and with a workforce of 75 professional staff, EPC Offshore is a field

EPC Offshore Named Subsea Company of the Year

of Hurricane’s Lancaster Field, one of the most significant oil discoveries in the West of Shetland in recent years. The presentation was made at last night’s prestigious ceremony at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in front of more than 600 industry leaders and guests. Keith Wallace, EPC Offshore’s chief executive, said: “Being named subsea company of the year is a great achievement for us and is testament to the hard work, commitment and professionalism of each member of our team across the company. “The subsea industry is experiencing very exciting

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