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MacArtney Supplies Survey Equipment to Geo Group

has effected supply, installation and setting-to-work of several multibeam echo sounder systems and navigation equipment for hydrographic survey applications.   Being an internationally operating company providing solutions ranging from classic geoengineering services onshore to special tasks offshore, the Geo Group consists of 18 subsidiaries in Germany and Poland.   Scope of supply The deliveries made by MacArtney have been distributed to four GEO subsidiaries. Geo Ingenieurservice Süd has taken delivery of Teledyne Reson SeaBat T50-P, SBG Ekinox2D, Valeport SVP, QINSy Survey.

Photo from Oceanology International 2016 conference (Photo: Oceanology International)

Oceanology International '18: Conference Schedule Finalized

under way on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 with a Hydrography, Geophysics & Geotechnics track,chaired by Andy Hill, Marine Geohazard Technical Authority at BP Exploration, and Richard Salisbury, Senior Consultant at Fugro. This session will discuss data collation and examination methods used in mapping offshore seabed and sub-seabed environments, highlighting the benefits such studies confer upon the renewables, oil & gas, marine and coastal construction, telecommunications and seafloor mining industries. On the same day, the Aquaculture track traces the ongoing development of marine aquaculture

FlexMoT live monitoring software Photo Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD

FlexMoT for Monitoring & Detection of Offshore leaks

Leaks on offshore platforms present a hazard to the marine environment and human health. The monitoring system FlexMoT will detect irregularities and provide a warning system for disasters. The system was presented at this year’s OCEANS’16 in Monterey.   (Rostock/Darmstadt/Graz) Accidents in offshore oil & gas drilling are dangerous. The damage caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico five years ago shows how high the costs can be for nature and those responsible. Now, a solution was presented at this year’s OCEANS Conference.   FlexMoT is an

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New Dredge Monitoring Buoys for Jan De Nul

Data buoy manufacturers Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) have supplied eight buoy platforms to Jan De Nul Group, experts in dredging, marine construction and specialized services to the offshore oil, gas and renewables industries.    The 1.2m buoys will be used on dredging or renewables projects as platforms for environmental monitoring. Each buoy incorporates a variety of sensors from different manufacturers, including AML Oceanographic, Campbell Scientific and Nortek, with specialist seabed frames for current monitoring work.    OSIL said it worked closely with Jan

More Stim: jack-ups like the Maersk Gallant (seen from the business end) might soon be completing more wells with Fishbones stimulation technology. (Photo Ole Jørgen Bratland - Statoil)

Norway's Rising Subsea Stars

as some locally based engineering dynamos and their company-sized ideas.   Forsys Subsea  The largest ever subsea asset deal featured the parent companies of engineering outfit Forsys, an outfit fresh from winning the job of designing subsea operator Statoil’s Trestakk development offshore Norway. The subsea tieback to the Aasgard A floating production storage and offloading vessel includes all systems and related services from the FPSO’s hanging risers to the wellhead, including umbilical, riser, flowlines and the installation and readiness of the subsea production system.

MTR100: SubCtech GmbH

maritime technologies for industry and science, in the areas of:   “Ocean Monitoring:” Measurement systems for vessels and buoys, e.g. high precision CO2 analyzers.    “Ocean Power:” Highly efficienty, reliable and safe Li-Ion batteries, specialized for Offshore Oil & Gas applications.    The SubCtech team develops and produces optimal solutions in all project phases, based on customer specification and demand. It also has an internal development department to offer state-of-the-art solutions. Our solutions for challenging tasks reach new

DP2 Deepsea Worker Photo Pharos Offshore Group

Pharos Offshore Hires Deepsea Worker

Pharos Offshore strikes a 12-month deal for the former Skandi Inspector   Pharos Offshore Group are in the process of mobilising the newly named DP2 Deepsea Worker with a Work Class ROV, an Observation Class ROV and a subsea excavation spread, ready for 2016/2017 operations.   Aleron Subsea will be Pharos Offshore’s ROV partner during the period, providing a comprehensive vehicle support package, whilst Pharos operates the equipment.   Amongst the equipment to become available on the vessel will be a full Pre-Lay Grapnel Run spread, boulder clearance spread and cable recovery

Courtesy Woods Group

Woods Hole Celebrates 30th Anniversary

.  New infrastructure improvements require defensible design criteria to withstand expected future increases in storm frequency and magnitude.  Energy exploration and development is another important focus area for Woods Hole Group, including oceanographic monitoring for traditional offshore oil & gas operations, along with renewable sources of power.  As energy production moves into deeper water, Woods Hole Group is applying new technologies to provide real-time environmental information, such as deep ocean currents from remote corners of the globe, directly to the customer&rsq

Drydocks Completes Rig Diyina

Drydocks World, an international service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors has completed the yard’s first Rig Integrity Assurance Program (RIAP) on rig Diyina for the National Drilling Company (NDC), and the first EPCC concept rig project the yard has undertaken.   The completion of rig Diyina is a reflection of Drydocks World’s capabilities and dedication to addressing the refurbishment requirements of offshore drilling rigs, the yard said. Drydocks World has completed 17 projects for NDC, with rig Diyina being the first RIAP project. On rig

Two of Stinger’s VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs.  (Photo Credit: Bjarte Langeland / Stinger)

ROV Put to the Test

the North Sea, in what is believed to be the longest uninterrupted deployment of a single ROV of any class, according to the company Put to the Test The operation began in November 2013 as an experimental emergency preparedness solution for Stinger Technology AS, a subsea services provider for the offshore oil & gas sector. The Pro 4 “resident ROV” was deployed off the coast of Stavanger, Norway, but operated mainly from Stinger’s offices which are located nearly 250 meters inland. The ROV remained powered on and in full operating condition for the entire duration of the deployment

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