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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
Peru's environment ministry and Repsol SA (REP.MC) on Friday increased the estimated size of a Pacific Ocean oil spill at a company refinery to over 10,000 barrels - significantly higher than an initial estimate of 6,000 barrels.
The U.S. Department of Labor will withdraw its emergency temporary standard requiring COVID-19 vaccination or testing for workers at large employers but continue to pursue a permanent standard to that effect, according to a Federal Register notice.
Teledyne Marine Systems USA
It was the company’s best financial performance since 2014, reflecting the sharp turnaround for the entire industry.
U.S. judge has invalidated the results of an offshore oil and gas lease sale for acreage in the Gulf of Mexico held by the Biden administration late last year on the grounds of failure to properly account for the lease sale’s climate change impact.
Dive Commercial International, Inc.
Diver Certification Board of Canada
wpd offshore has applied for the development of offshore wind energy projects in the Romanian sector of the Black Sea.
Three oil and gas companies have been granted drilling permits by Norwegian authorities for wells located in the Norwegian Sea and the North Sea offshore Norway.
The Uganda National Oil Company plans to sign a final investment decision on Feb. 1 for a large oil field and pipeline project, taking a definitive step toward becoming a crude exporter.
Ocean Technology Systems
The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £31.6 million (approximately €37.7 million) in grant funding to eleven projects through the Floating Offshore Wind (FOW) Demonstration Programme.
Norwegian oil and gas company Aker BP has joined forces with a digital, cloud, and security services company, Accenture, to develop and deploy a cloud-based solution in a digital transformation push to improve oil and gas operations.
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
The need for a better way to perform CPR in a diving bell was presented by medical researchers during The Bergen International Diving Seminar in November 2019, where the best current practice was to use the head or knee to perform chest compressions – and then there was a new technology on the horizon. NUI AS, based in Norway, has developed and recently released the Compact Chest Compression Device (NCCD), in response to this industry safety demand.
Saab Seaeye Ltd



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