Spacer
News
News > Nautronix Wins Major Contract In Norway

Nautronix Wins Major Contract In Norway

  04/05/2012
Nautronix, headquartered in the UK, has been awarded a three-year contract by the Norwegian SURF contractor, Ocean Installer AS, for the supply of survey services to support its offshore construction activities. The contract includes the provision of onshore and offshore survey services in support of tendering and project activities.

 

20120504 Normand Clipper

Nautronix will initially mobilise survey personnel and equipment onto the Normand Clipper, Ocean Installer’s long-term chartered construction vessel due to commence offshore operations in May 2012.

 

Ocean Installer AS was founded in early 2011 and is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. Nautronix recently announced the opening of a new office in Stavanger and the hiring of Jørn Berg as VP Sales for the region.

 

 




Read more about:
 vessel  Offshore  Construction 

Supplier: Nautronix Group Ltd

More news from this supplier:
Nautronix Awarded Million Pound Contract by Ceona
Duo to Strengthen Nautronix' Senior Management
NASNet DPR Order for Nautronix
Nautronix Delivers First Systems of USD10m Order
Digital Acoustic Upgrades for Semi-submersible Drilling Rigs
NASDrill RS925 Positioning for Ultra-deepwater Drillships
Acoustic Positioning System for Ultra-Deepwater Drillship
Nautronix to Open New Office in Norway
Nautronix Expands Brazilian Activities
Multi-million Dollar Digital Acoustics Contract


Optech to Present at OI China 2014
Side-scan Sonar Operations and Maintenance Seminar
UTEC Survey Completes Infield AUV Inspection
Hydro14 Programme Finalised
Aviation Module for SevenCs‘ Kernel Version
Workshop Changing Oceans And Industry Futures
Teledyne RESON Acquires Business From ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC
Oceaneering International Orders Six Deep-water DVLs
Galileo Satellites Lose Way in Space After Launch
Optech at SMART Geospatial Expo 2014 in South Korea


   


comments powered by Disqus
Search on Geo-matching.com
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer
Upcoming Events
Spacer
White Shark Attack on WHOI REMUS Captured on Camera

A 3-metre-long white shark tried to have a REMUS AUV belonging to WHOI for lunch and the action was filmed by the AUV's camera. In this broadcast, WHOI researchers provide background to the attack, in which the shark's jaws exerted a pressure of 2 tons per inch to the ABC news item reporter.

 

Spacer
Last 3 items:
Spacer
Last Comments
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer