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Phoenix & Supsalv Salvage USN Aircraft

November 2017, was recovered at the request of Commander Pacific Fleet in order to facilitate the mishap investigation.Phoenix is an employee-owned, ISO 9001-2015 Management System certified marine services contractor providing manned and unmanned underwater solutions, design engineering, and project management services to a diverse set of clients worldwide. Expertise is available from seven regional offices in the areas of wet and dry hyperbaric welding, Nondestructive Testing, (NDT), subsea engineering, conventional and atmospheric diving, Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) and ROV operations.Company

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Vryhof Reports New Contracts

supply of two pre-lay spreads including the supply of all mooring line inserts, engineering and rig move services for a drilling campaign offshore Australia. The project is expected to last for a minimum of two years.(Photo: Vryhof)The Vryhof Anchors contracts include an agreement to supply project management services and full scope mooring systems for three floating wind turbines to the WindFloat Atlantic wind farm, offshore Portugal, the world’s first commercial floating wind farm. This project is running in close partnership with Bourbon Subsea Services.Vryhof Anchors will also provide foundations

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Damen Floats Out Australian Icebreaker

the positioning of prefabricated superstructure blocks, bringing the finished vessel to its full 10-deck height of just over 50 meters.The construction process is calling on input from two different Damen yards: Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding in the Netherlands is providing engineering and project management services, and Damen Shipyards Galati is carrying out vessel construction and outfitting tasks. Damen Project Director Joop Noordijk says: “This project is benefiting from the great collaborative relationship between these two sister companies – one that has been built up during the

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InterMoor Delivers H-Links Connectors for Appomattox FPS

water approximately 130km (80 miles) offshore Louisiana. The platform will become Shell’s largest floating platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Collaborating with Oceanside Equipment Ltd out of Nova Scotia, InterMoor delivered 94 H-Links to Shell in Fourchon, Louisiana. InterMoor provided project management services, vendor coordination including quality and safety control, audit reviews, and production schedule management. In conjunction with this, Oceanside Equipment also completed the design, manufacturing plan specification (MPS), inspection and test plan (ITP) and documentation for the H-Links

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Wood Group Wins Ichthys Subsea Deal

of all subsea assets and the gas export pipeline will be supported under the contract which includes two, one-year extension options and is effective immediately.   It continues Wood Group’s 12-year support of the Ichthys LNG Project development; providing subsea engineering and project management services during the concept, front-end, and detailed engineering phases of the project. This award follows on from the subsea integrity and maintenance services contract successfully completed in 2016.   Bob MacDonald, CEO of Wood Group's Specialist Technical Solutions business, said: &ldquo

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PCCI Appoints Grandelli as Chief Engineer

PCCI, Inc. has announced that Patrick Grandelli, P.E. has joined PCCI’s Alexandria office as a Chief Engineer. He will be responsible for providing engineering, design, installation and program/project management services to U.S. Government and commercial clients in the ocean facility and renewable energy industries.  Grandelli is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) and naval energy/operations staff officer who also served on three U.S. navy warships. He has two decades’ experience in the analysis and design of large subsea pipelines, ocean energy systems, and the conduct of

Petrofac Supports Well Decommissioning for Tullow Oil

differentiated approach to decommissioning, in support of Tullow Oil’s well plugging and abandonment campaign in the Southern North Sea (SNS), has delivered significant results and saved $2.5 million compared to traditional approaches, the company said.   Well engineering and well project management services were deployed within the six-month contract for the Horne & Wren asset in support of Petrofac’s established position as Duty Holder. Part of Tullow Oil’s Thames Area Complex decommissioning project in the SNS, the well plugging and abandonment campaign was a key step in

Aker Solutions to Provide Subsea Engineering Services to BP

Aker Solutions secured a global framework agreement to deliver engineering and project management services at BP-operated subsea oil and gas fields. The contract has a fixed period of five years and may be extended by two years. It covers subsea engineering services, asset integrity management and operations support. Aker Solutions will execute the work through a global delivery model. Both parties agreed not to disclose the contract value.  

Art Anderson Associates Wins 5-year NOAA Deal

Branch for oceanographic and fisheries research ships and small vessels operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of Marine Operations (OMAO).   The agreement will allow NOAA to contract with Art Anderson Associates for integration and project management services including acquisition, program and mission management, technical writing, ship construction supervision services, post shakedown availability support and waterfront production oversight. The award is the second major BPA awarded to Art Anderson Associates this year from NOAA. In August

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InterMoor Completes Juniper Contract Off Trinidad and Tobago

contract with bpTT, which included the initial design of a mooring system, the fabrication of driven piles and the installation of a preset mooring spread. InterMoor designed and fabricated eight piles (1.2 m in diameter by 39 m long) at its facility in Morgan City, USA, and provided offshore project management services for the mooring preset campaign. This included installing the driven piles using H-links and 300 m of ground chain per leg from the Boa Deep C construction vessel. The Juniper project was carried out in a water depth of 100 m with strong water currents. The mooring solution engineering

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