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Latest Technip vessel prepares for sea trials

Technip’s latest subsea construction vessel has been officially named the North Sea Atlantic, following a ceremony staged by the vessel’s owner at the NorYards shipyard in Laksevåg.

Hytech wins order for containerized air-dive spreads

IHC Hytech has secured an order for two containerized air-dive spreads from Bluestream. The systems consist of a containerized 1,800-mm (6-ft) decompression chamber with a full three-dive control panel, and a separate machinery container that will be modified to meet the customer’s needs.

Valemon topsides lifted into place

Valemon’s topsides were lifted into place on the platform’s steel jacket in the North Sea.

JDR to open Cambridge Technology Centre

JDR, a provider of technology connecting the global offshore energy industry, is opening a new offshore engineering technology center in Cambridge. The new center opens July 28.

TGS announces multi-client seafloor sampling and seep studies

TGS reports two multi-client geochemical seafloor sampling and seep studies, one offshore Canada and the other in the Barents Sea. Sampling locations for both programs were identified, using recently acquired multi-client seismic data.

FMC, operators to develop next-gen subsea equipment

FMC Technologies Inc. (NYSE: FTI) has signed an agreement that establishes a joint industry program (JIP) with Anadarko Petroleum Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, and Shell to develop a new generation of standardized subsea production equipment and system,

TIW delivers safety valves to MWCC

TIW Corp. has completed and delivered two large-diameter ball-type safety valves to Marine Well Containment Co. (MWCC) for use with its expanded containment system.

Fugro opens new facility in Angola

To accommodate the future needs of the rapidly growing Angola offshore oil and gas industry, Fugro has opened its new facility in the SONILS Oil Service Centre in Luanda.

Partners ponder North West Shelf subsea tieback

Front-end engineering design continues for Persephone, the next major offshore development in Australia’s North West Shelf.

New infield pipeline liner offers effective rehab option

A new liner comprised of thermoplastic fuoropolymers, polyurethanes, and Kevlar is available to the offshore pipeline market, and has been successfully deployed by Petronas Carigali on subsea pipelines in the South China Sea. Adapted from a liner originally developed for the onshore utility pipeline market, the new infeld liner product is being developed for the offshore pipeline market.

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