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For Up To the Minute Information about Underwater Intervention 2017 Visit the Underwater Intervention Website

As the leaders and decision makers from across the commercial diving and underwater ROV industries prepare to travel to New Orleans for Underwater Intervention 2017, please visit for the most updated program schedule, discounted housing information and registration!
UI 17 takes place at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, from February 21-23. It is the preeminent event for the commercial diving and underwater ROV industries and features three days of industry education, networking and evaluation of the latest and greatest products and services.


Study examines ban on development offshore the Arctic

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure (AII) has issued a new report exploring the impact and economic benefits created by infrastructure development in the Arctic.

Entitled, “Arctic Promise: Challenges and Opportunities in Realizing the Next Generation of U.S. Arctic Infrastructure,” the report emphasizes the role that the oil and gas industry has historically played in developing the economy of the region.


Chinese dredger ship impounded offshore, crew investigated

MANILA, Philippines – Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Undersecretary Arturo Valdez said a dredger vessel docked near the Aklan River has been barred by the government from leaving Philippine waters until an ongoing investigation is completed.


Hyundai Merchant Expects Losses Until Mid-2018

Hyundai Merchant Marine CEO Yoo Chang-keun said Monday that the firm expects to post losses through the first half of next year due to poor market conditions. 

“This year will be the year to strengthen our financials,” Yoo told Bloomberg. “We are targeting to make an operating profit in the third quarter of next year. By early next year, we expect much of the overcapacity in the market will be resolved . . . We are cautiously expecting rates this year to recover." 


The Lost Expedition of Sir John Franklin

For the first time since it was lost, HMS Erebus has been examined inside and out to lend clues into Franklin’s tragic expedition


Mediterranean Pipeline Inspection Work for MMT

MMT has entered into a contract with Medgaz in Spain for inspection of the offshore pipeline between Algerie and Spain.


Merger Success for UES Seanic with First Contract Win

The newly merged Aberdeenshire-based Underwater Engineering Services (UES) and Houston headquartered Seanic Oceans Systems has secured its first contract in Tunisia, a region which neither firm had previously operated in.


Oceaneering wins Statoil E-ROV contract

Statoil has awarded a subsidiary of Oceaneering International a technology development contract to provide the development, manufacturing, testing, and mobilization of a self-contained, battery-powered work class remotely operated vehicle (E-ROV) system deployed on the seabed of the North Sea.


M² Subsea to Continue Hiring Spree After Opening New Office in Aberdeen

Subsea services business M² Subsea has opened its new office in Aberdeen and created 30 jobs. The company expects to create an additional 150 jobs by the end of the year. 


Pelagic Research Services (PRS) Redesigns its ROV System, Odysseus

Pelagic Research Services (PRS) recently completed an extensive redesign of its 6000-meter ROV System Odysseus, which included in-water commissioning and verification of all ROV systems, including endurance and full power tests. Odysseus is now available to support projects on a global basis. Completed by MPH Engineering, the new system is designed to serve the offshore industry as well as ocean research and exploration communities around the world.


HullWiper ROV Expands to Valencia Port

The Spanish port of Valencia could be set to break Algeciras’ virtual vessel maintenance services monopoly in the country, thanks to the availability of the eco-friendly HullWiper hull cleaner, according to the Managing Director of the company behind the diver-free system.


Two GulfMark PSVs start contracts in the North Sea

HOUSTON – GulfMark Offshore has won two new long-term vessel contracts.

One, running for two years plus options, involves a charter of the platform supply vessel M/V Highland Prince, built in 2010, to ASCO Marine for use in the UK sector.


Ship Repair Giant Discusses Current Market Conditions

Maritime Reporter TV interviews Graham Couser, VP - Grand Bahama Shipyard, who discusses the ship repair yard, its operations and place within key global markets.


Subsea well intervention cutter ROV-operable

 Webtool has developed a resettable emergency disconnect cutter for light and medium subsea well intervention.

This can be used either as part of a workover system or as a dedicated emergency disconnect package, and can be reset subsea by an ROV, avoiding the need to return the cutter to the surface vessel for this operation.


Fife technology firm in subsea lighting breakthrough

The light is engaged automatically when the diver or the ROV comes within 5m of a structure, and provides instant illumination of subsea architecture and delineating features against the natural darkness of the underwater environment.


ROVOP enjoys a strong recovery in a challenging market

Because of multiple contract wins in 2016, independent subsea Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) service provider, ROVOP, has recovered strongly from the downturn in the oil and gas industry.

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