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Rigs/Vessels: US & Gulf of Mexico

Crowley’s Ocean Sky completes blackout testing in Gulf of Mexico

Crowley’s Ocean Sky has completed back-up station-keeping and holdback services in the Gulf of Mexico.

GSP takes delivery of Magellan jackup

GSP has expanded its drilling fleet to eight rigs by acquiring the jackup GSP Magellan (ex-GSF Magellan).

NCS Survey wins five-year subsea contract with Ceona

NCS Survey Ltd, an Acteon company, has won a five-year contract for positioning services with Ceona. Mobilization and has been completed installation on the first vessel, Ceona’s DP3 multi-purpose vessel, the Normand Pacific.

SINOPACIFIC secures first vessel order from Mexico

Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group (SINOPACIFIC), has signed a contract with a Mexican shipping company Naviera Petrolera Integral SA de CV for the construction of three SPP17A vessels.

Crowley Maritime christens third ocean class tugboat

As part of its new vessel build program, Crowley Maritime Corp. has christened the third of four new tugboats in the ocean class series – Ocean Sky – in Houston.

Shell further defines Norphlet’s pay in the GoM

Shell has made a third major discovery through the Rydberg discovery in the Norphlet play in deepwater of the Gulf of Mexico.

Ultstein Verft delivers new vessel to Island Offshore

The Ulstein Verft newbuild Island Performer has been delivered to ship owner Island Offshore. The riserless light well intervention (RLWI/IMR) vessel will serve her first five years for FTO (a joint venture between FMC Technologies, Edison Chouest Offshore, and Island Offshore) in the Gulf of Mexico.


This month, Infield Systems examines the dramatic change in market share of capex by water depth in the Gulf of Mexico over the last five years.

Rowan awarded contract for fourth ultra-deepwater drillship

Rowan Companies plc reports that one of its subsidiaries has entered into a two-year drilling contract for the Rowan Relentless, the fourth and final drillship in Rowan's current construction program. 

Cal Dive sells GoM surface diving fleet

Cal Dive International Inc. has sold its US Gulf of Mexico shallow-water surface diving fleet to a privately held company for $18.5 million and a 19.9% minority interest in the entity acquiring the assets.


Advanced AUV Upgrades for Pipeline Inspection and GeoHazard Surveys

Pipeline inspection surveys with an ROV have historically been lengthy and costly. Forthis webcast, C & C Technologies will demonstrate how its...

Accelerate Exploration Data Access With Flash Storage

This webinar, sponsored by HGST, will explore the interfaces, server appliances, integration and configuration of flash storage, consider the advan...
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Trends in Real-Time Operations: Best Practices for Asset Integrity and Secure Information Management

This webcast, presented by Thinklogical, examines best practices for the design of the underlying system to securely control, manage and distribute...
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Offshore Engineering in the Concordia Wreck Removal Project

In this webinar, TECON, design contractor in the Titan-Micoperi joint venture, will discuss how they used Bentley’s SACS software for the str...