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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
The decision, which halts the potential to drill for oil in over 1 million acres in the Cook Inlet in Alaska, comes at a challenging political moment, when gas prices are hitting painful new highs.
Global Ship Lease, Inc. announced its participation in a carbon capture initiative led by Aqualung Carbon Capture AS (“Aqualung”), an innovator in membrane carbon dioxide capture and separation technology, alongside other industry leaders in shipping, energy generation and infrastructure, and lithium production.
Teledyne Marine Systems USA
Biden administration officials said in a press call Tuesday they will tweak the federal review process for environmental permits in an effort to speed up infrastructure construction. 
Recently, the ADCI was notified about two fatalities that occurred at CDA in Jacksonville, FL.
The fatality that occurred in April 2022 at the school, brought about a media report, which stated that CDA experienced a fatality in February 2022. The ADCI was not formally notified about the February fatality and subsequently confirmed the incident with the school.
Dive Commercial International, Inc.
Gas prices surged more than 10% in Europe after Russia reduced supplies to Germany in retaliation for European sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine. 
Australia’s Western Gas has informed that a Valaris-owned semi-submersible rig is set to be towed to the Sasanof-1 well location offshore Australia in the coming days with drilling operations expected to begin in less than two weeks.
Subsea 7 will perform installations for bp’s TOPR project offshore Trinidad and Tobago in water depths of up to 280 ft.
Saab Seaeye Ltd
Saudi oil and gas giant Saudi Aramco and Thailand’s state-owned energy firm PTT want to strengthen cooperation in areas like LNG, blue and green hydrogen, and various clean energy initiatives.
A study has proved that an offshore hydrogen transfer system can be built and operated safely, offering potentially transformational opportunities towards decarbonization.
Ocean Technology Systems
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
Commercial divers encounter a myriad of jobs, each more interesting than the next. All those jobs require the use of an optical fiber cable. Some divers have had the experience of working on a vessel laying fiber optics. Most others use them for diver video or for an internet connection. 



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