Offshore Breakfast

Subsea UK is hosting a breakfast briefing during OTC in Houston to demonstrate the significant value of innovative technology in improving efficiency and reducing costs in subsea operations. Part of a series of breakfast briefings organised by UK Trade & Investment, this event to be held on Tuesday 5 May, will showcase technology developed by three companies to an audience of 200 delegates from around the world and will highlight the significant commercial rewards that can result from innovation.   Ian Donald, vice president of DES Operations will examine the economic benefits of the company's patented multiple application re-injection system... (read more)
2009-04-20 11:56:44
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Technical Sales Manager Offshore

Due to IXSEA's growth in the offshore market, the company has appointed Edward Cheesman as Technical Sales Manager based in the Aberdeen office. He strengthens the UK team by supporting its offshore oil and gas business.   Edward Cheesman will manage key customer accounts; provide technical sales advice and logistics support to customers.   Previously at Weatherford International, he was involved in project managing subsea completions to wells using fiber optic gauges.       (read more)
2007-09-24 01:38:07

World Offshore Wind Database

Douglas-Westwood Ltd have released the new online version of their World Offshore Wind Database. Now available online, the database tracks offshore wind projects from conception through to realisation. The database is updated weekly by Douglas-Westwood’s analysts ensuring that users are always given the most up-to-date information possible. Same-day database updates occur when key industry developments unfold. The online database is designed with ease of use and speed in mind, allowing users to quickly search projects by key criteria. In one click full project details can be accessed. In addition, the entire database can be downloaded to allow user manipulation of... (read more)
2004-03-03 12:00:00

Offshore Renewables at Oceanology

The age of marine renewable energy is now upon us. Off the coast of the UK alone there is already a massive opportunity for windfarm developers, tidal turbines have demonstrated their worth, and wave generation is advancing rapidly. To mark these achievements 'New Scientist' magazine will focus on 'Offshore renewables: challenges and opportunities' in a session at the forthcoming Oceanology International (London's ExCeL, 9th to 11th March). "This session, being held on Thursday 11 March will be a briefing for all attending Oceanology International 2010. Their expertise will be invaluable to the development of marine renewables, it also marks the... (read more)
2010-02-11 10:57:47

SEA Launches Offshore Division

Recognising the specialised nature of offshore, in-shore, estuary and rivers products and services, SEA (Group) Ltd has brought together its civil maritime activities into a new Offshore Division. The company grows in the commercial maritime business sector, both through its range of survey sonar products and an increasing position in the supply of engineering design services. The new division will allow the advancement, delivery and support of its commercial products, namely the range of SWATHplus survey sonars, and ECHOplus seabed discrimination system. The division will also concentrate on expanding its commercial engineering services, in particular in the development of new... (read more)
2007-04-11 10:00:44

Handbooks of Offshore Surveying

This three-volume Handbook of Offshore Surveying has been written by hydrographic surveyors, geophysicists, survey engineers, rov pilots, geodesists, captains, project managers, geologists and land surveyors. All examples detailed in the Handbook are derived from situations encountered in their years as Surveyors offshore and onshore around the world.   The three volumes comprise of: Projects, Preparation & Processing (Volume I ); Positioning & Tides (Volume II) and Acquisition Sensors (Volume III).    Skilltrade was founded to provide vocational training to professionals who are affiliated with the offshore survey industry.  Because of the demand for training in general, courses are now also... (read more)
2011-02-09 03:02:37

Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel

The Canadian Coast Guard is looking to develop a new offshore oceanographic science vessel is to replace CCGS Hudson on the East Coast. The new vessel will be used to conduct multi-disciplinary physical, chemical, and biological oceanographic expeditions; observe global and regional oceanographic circulation and interactions; contribute to the assessments of resources and impacts to the various marine ecosystems; support marine geology and contribute to data gathering for hydrographic charts, oceanographic engineering, establishment of internal and international marine boundaries and for other government departments and research organisations. The vessel will have accommodations for approximately 59 (crew and scientists). She will... (read more)
2010-11-30 12:00:00

Assessing Offshore Energy Risks

Detailed marine mapping is being used to identify and understand the risks associated in the siting of offshore renewable energy installations. Purchased by Abbott Risk Consulting, the SeaZone data is being used to explore the impact of new installations on other marine users and in support of studies involving Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modelling.     Abbott Risk Consulting (ARC) undertakes navigational safety and engineering risk management in the offshore oil and gas and renewables sectors. The data purchased from SeaZone, including SeaZone HydroSpatial and SeaZone Charted Raster, is being used by ARC to support an increasing number of studies,... (read more)
2009-09-04 01:37:29
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