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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
The events of 2020 forced the offshore oil and gas industry into a new way of working and accelerated the decarbonation of upstream activities.
The temporary but unprecedented gridlock that began in early July saw the United Arab Emirates reject a coordinated oil production plan for the group spearheaded by its kingpin, Saudi Arabia.
Teledyne Marine Systems USA
The uncomfortable truth is that in the lead up to the event, the asset’s management had been supplied with several reports that predicted what later transpired.
Effective July 1, 2021, ADCI has resumed the ADCI Audit Initiative for companies and schools that have not previously submitted to the ADCI Audit.
All companies and schools that have not previously gone through an ADCI audit will have until June 2022 to complete the process for continued membership.
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Dive Commercial International, Inc.
South Korea’s offshore builder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has been awarded a contract to deliver an offshore crude oil production platform for Qatar’s largest offshore oil field, Al-Shaheen.
Uptime at the TEN and Jubilee FPSOs offshore Ghana was above 98% during the first half of this year, operator Tullow Oil revealed in its latest results statement.
Simpson Strong-Tie
Denso North America Inc.
Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit has installed a new module on the Buzzard production platform in the UK central North Sea for operator CNOOC International.
Dutch clean technology start-up Ocean Grazer has completed the first live test phase of its Ocean Battery energy storage system, deemed as a ‘missing link’ in the global energy transition movement.
Capturing greenhouse gas emissions and burying them underground is one way the world is hoping to slow global warming. It also could be a money-maker for the oil and gas firms developing the technology.
Ocean Technology Systems
Bottom Dwellers Dive Shack
Ship tracker MarineTraffic showed the Ever Given to be underway in the Mediterranean Sea north of the Egyptian coast.
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
While divers will play a limited role in windfarm construction and inspection, industry experts expect them to be heavily involved in major construction projects to expand and upgrade ports up and down the East Coast. To accommodate the massive foreign-flagged, deep-draft cargo ships that will arrive at U.S. ports fully loaded with windfarm components, the nation’s long-neglected ports need a facelift, and divers will play a significant role in that work.
Saab Seaeye Ltd



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