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Press Release: Subsea Vision has added a forth Saab Seaeye Cougar XT to its fleet.
The 2000 metre-rated Cougar is to assist in unexploded ordnance (UXO) disposal.
The ROV is used to locate and identify UXOs, which can include excavating the seabed to see the objects more clearly. The Cougar then lays a charge alongside the UXO, ready for remote detonation from the surface Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer.
SubC Imaging is excited to introduce latest version of its SubC DVR software, version 5. Based on valuable input from users and a detailed analysis of the industry’s current needs, this version includes a significant number of improvements over previous versions.
SubC Imaging equipment part of HMAS Sydney shipwrecks expedition
SubC Imaging have worked with Curtin University and the Western Australian Museum to successfully survey the shipwrecks of Australian warship HMAS Sydney (II) and the German raider HSK Kormoran in the Indian Ocean 200 km west of Shark Bay, Western Australia. The water depth at the site is approximately 2500m.
PARIS – Technip has begun a restructuring plan and has accelerated its cost reduction in response to the decrease in oil prices.
Remote Ocean Systems Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland) is pleased to announce the sale of a significant number of subsea LEDs to ROVOP, an independent provider of subsea remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
HOUSTON – Shandong Offshore (Bidco) has agreed to acquire drilling contractor Northern Offshore (OSE: NOF) for around NOK 1.3 billion ($165 million).
Assuming shareholder approvals, the acquisition should be completed during the first half of August.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil says it will lay off up to 1,500 staff and 500 consultants by the end of 2016 to slash costs.
The state-controlled company said Tuesday the layoffs are a continuation of a cost-cutting program started in 2013, "well ahead of the current downturn" and the slump in the oil price.
It is very easy for companies to fall into a habit of “this is how we have always done it” or “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” There are many articles, motivational posters, white papers, blogs and cartoons all across the online media world outlining the downfall of stagnation in business. There are also many more advocates for innovation now compared to previous decades, most likely due to all of the content pushing innovation on us.
Via: Cody Warner, Deep Trekker Inc.
Houston-based subsea specialist, FMC Technologies, has reportedly started a next stage of workforce reduction in Norway as it marks a drop in offshore activity and feels the cost control sting from the oil companies.