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Fugro offers high-resolution subsea laser scanning

Fugro has expanded its offshore oil and gas services by adding high-resolution subsea laser scanning, which can be applied to a range of subsea services including metrology, field mapping, structure mapping, change detection, and integrity management.

LLOG Exploration updates GOM operations

LLOG Bluewater, a joint venture between LLOG Exploration LLC and Blackstone Energy Partners, has completed installing the Delta House floating production system in Mississippi Canyon 254.

FMC subsea equipment to tie in Laggan-Tormore satellites

Total has contracted FMC Technologies for subsea systems for the Edradour and Glenlivet fields in the UK’s west of Shetland area.

OneSubsea signs global frame agreement with BG Group

OneSubsea, a Cameron and Schlumberger company, has signed a 10-year global frame agreement with BG Group to supply subsea production equipment and aftermarket services.

Husky targets first oil from South White Rose in early 2015

Husky updated its development/exploration programs offshore Newfoundland & Labrador.

Noble Energy charters IMR vessel Mokul Nordic

Noble Energy has awarded Nordic Maritime a five-year charter for its DP2 -IMR subsea vessel Mokul Nordic, which is co-owned by MDL Energy.

NEL invests in wet-gas test facility

NEL has invested in excess of £500,000 ($800,862) in the development of its Glasgow-based wet-gas facility.

FEED under way for UK offshore CO2 pipeline

Wood Group Kenny has received a six-month front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for the subsea/pipeline element of the Peterhead Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in Aberdeenshire, eastern Scotland.

Development of a subsea recommended safety practice

API RP 14C has long been the standard for "Analysis, Design, Installation, and Testing of Basic Surface Safety Systems for Offshore Production Platforms."

Subsea power grid accelerating transfer of topsides functions to seafloor

Siemens is close to completing an initial test program on the four main components of a proposed subsea power distribution hub. The Subsea Power Grid will be connected on the seafloor to an array of new equipment emerging for subsea production, processing, and boosting. This should facilitate expansion of field development into deeper water, longer step-outs, and more demanding production environments.

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