M2 Subsea and Harvey Gulf in ROV services alliance

AUGUST 11, 2017 — ROV services provider M2 Subsea has formed an alliance with Harvey Gulf International Marine to provide subsea ROV services in the Gulf of Mexico. M2 Subsea’s ROVs will

VIDEO: Advanced subsea mining vessel goes to work

JUNE 16, 2017 — The world’s largest and most advanced diamond exploration and sampling vessel, the M/V SS Nujoma, is ready to start exploring for diamond deposits in Namibian waters, following its

McDermott acquires former Ceona flag ship

FEBRUARY 21, 2017 — McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE:MDR) has emerged as the new owner of the former flagship of the now defunct U.K. SURF and heavy subsea construction contractor Ceona. When news

Reach takes Havila Shipping vessel for three years

JANUARY 23, 2016 — Haugesund, Norway, headquartered Reach Subsea has entered into an agreement with Havila Shipping ASA for use of the subsea vessel Havila Subsea for three years. The agreement also

MacGregor takes majority stake in Flintstone Technology

SEPTEMBER 29, 2016 — Cargotec’s MacGregor unit has acquired 51% of the shares of privately owned company Flintstone Technology Ltd. Based in Dundalk, U.K. and with ten employees, Flintstone is a small

Maersk Supply wins North Sea decommissioning contract

SEPTEMBER 16, 2016 — Maersk Supply Service has been awarded a contract to provide decommissioning services for the Janice subsea field in the North Sea for Maersk Oil UK. Maersk Supply Service

DOF Subsea reports contract wins

JUNE 1, 2016 — DOF Subsea reports that it has been awarded several ROV and diving contracts for the vessel Skandi Achiever in the North Sea and the North America region, securing

VIDEO: Stanford develops humanoid diving robot

APRIL 28, 2016 — While researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology believe that the future of underwater robotics lies in swimming snakes (see earlier story), their counterparts at Stanford

DOF Subsea books contracts worth $61.4 million

APRIL 20, 2016 – Bergen, Norway, based DOF Subsea, a subsidiary of DOF ASA, reports that it has been awarded several IMR and subsea installation contracts the past months, with a total

VIDEO: Robot snakes could handle subsea IMR

APRIL 18, 2016 — The next big thing in subsea inspection, maintenance and repair? It could be swimming robot snakes. The NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and research company Sintef

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