The site survey and inspection of an offshore gas platform in UAE waters was executed entirely from an onshore remote operations center (ROC) using Fugro’s Blue Essence® technology without sending personnel offshore.
Subsea & Survey
Underwater Intervention, the must-attend event for the entire underwater operations industry announced this Spring that the trade show and conference will be joining the International WorkBoat Show in November and thus far the co-location is proving to be very well received as exhibitors continue reserve space in the brand-new pavilion.
TDI-Brooks increases its vessel capacity by adding a 75-meter DP2 vessel, R/V NAUTILUS (formerly Nautical Geo), to its fleet. The market for subsea services remains strong, coupled with increased demand from clients and the need for increased capabilities. The vessel can potentially offer a variety of offshore assistance with subsea services, construction aid, exploration, production, ROV and diving support, and scientific marine research and survey mapping, along with military support.
Specializing in buoyancy, protection and insulation solutions, Aberdeen-based Balmoral has a long and proven track record of successful buoyancy installations around the world.
Rovco, a global provider of technology-enabled project solutions to the offshore renewable energy sector, has been contracted by Flotation Energy to carry out a geo-environmental survey at its planned Cenos floating offshore windfarm, 200 kilometers off the north-east coast of Scotland.
DWTEK Co. Ltd., a Taiwanese underwater tech developer, made a major achievement in supporting the local offshore wind farm maintenance by sending the ‘Made-In-Taiwan’ working-class ROV Monew to the west side of Taiwan Strait, for an inspection with partner R2 Sonic and Tritech.
The Marine Institute recently achieved a pair of key milestones in its collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to use new marine technologies for remote operations and autonomous vehicles.