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Wärtsilä Acquires Burriel Navarro

on the underwater services market to supporting its purpose of enabling sustainable societies with smart technology.“The acquisition supports us in our goals of environmental responsibility by providing us with better access to local ports,” said Tamara De Gruyter, Vice President, Area North Europe, Wärtsilä Services. “The agreement also brings us great opportunities to provide more value adding services and shorter response times for our customers.”Founded in 1969, Burriel Navarro is headquartered in Valencia with an extensive service network in the main ports of Spain

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Wärtsilä Acquires Trident B.V.

on several fronts, starting from Wärtsilä's purpose to enable sustainable societies with smart technologies. Reduced fuel consumption, efficiency improvements and higher utilisation rates are always on the top of the operators' agenda," explained Tamara de Gruyter, Vice President, Area North Europe and Propulsion System Services, Wärtsilä Services. "At the same time, environmental issues are becoming an integral part of customers' business planning. Trident is a pioneer in the development of environmentally sound solutions, for example, hull cleaning."   "

MV Polar Duke: Photo credit Dolphin Geophysical

Dolphin Awarded North Sea 3D Seismic Contract

work in the North Sea. The survey will be acquired by the high capacity 3D vessel M/V Polar Duke, commencing in August for the duration of approximately five weeks. "We now have a full backlog for the Summer Season", says Håvard Åsli, Regional Marketing and Sales Manager for North Europe, "with all of our vessels working in the North Sea region and busy into Q4". Norway's Dolphin Group ASA is the parent company of Dolphin Geophysical AS, a global full-range, asset light supplier of marine geophysical services. Dolphin operates a fleet of new generation, high capacity

N-Sea Acquires Stork's Subsea Business

business of Stork Technical Services in Aberdeen is a next step in the realization of the growth strategy pursued by both companies and reaffirms the commitment of N-Sea to its strategy of becoming a leading Survey and IMR company, N-Sea said. The combined businesses will have a position in North Europe delivering IMR and Survey solutions to operators with subsea infrastructures in the oil and gas as well as  renewable industries. Post acquisition the enterprise will employ more than 120 onshore staff, and on average 150 offshore staff, have 10 diving systems, nine ROVs, three offshore diving

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