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Saipem to Ensure the Subsea Intervention Services for the Libya-Italy Pipeline

Saipem has been awarded a contract to ensure the supervision and the subsea intervention services of the GreenStream pipeline throughout the offshore and onshore sections at the Mellitah (Libya) and Gela (Sicily, Italy) terminals.

USF and Florida Institute of Oceanography’s New ROV to Advance Deep-sea Exploration and Education

Researchers studying the deep sea have access to a powerful new tool with the acquisition of a sophisticated, remotely operated vehicle (ROV) by the University of South Florida and Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO).

Geo Oceans Announces Merger with Blue Ocean Marine Services

Geo Oceans, a Vertech Group company, is thrilled to announce its merger with Blue Ocean Marine Services. This merger combines Geo Oceans' industry-leading small ROV, subsea inspection, and marine science technologies with Blue Ocean's expertise in unmanned and remotely operated survey technologies.

First US Navy Submarine Will Deploy With New UUV Capability This Year

HII is proud that two of HII’s advanced capabilities — the Virginia-class submarine USS Delaware (SSN 791), built by Newport News Shipbuilding, A Division of HII, and the REMUS medium unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), built by HII Unmanned Systems — will be operationally deployed together to enhance the mission capabilities of the US Navy.

Saipem Signs Framework Agreement with BP for Offshore Activities in Azerbaijan

Saipem announces the signing of a framework agreement between BP Exploration (Caspian Sea) Limited and a consortium composed of Saipem Contracting Netherlands B.V., BOS Shelf LLC and BOS Shelf International FZCO. The framework agreement entails the execution of offshore activities in the Azerbaijani waters of the Caspian Sea operating the SCV Khankendi, a state-of-the-art vessel owned by the Shah Deniz consortium and specifically designed for subsea construction.

US Navy Sets Up New Uncrewed Task Force in Europe & Africa

For the past six months, the Navy has been studying the integration of uncrewed systems in a program out of Naval Forces Europe-Africa. Task Force 66, established in November, is similar to Task Force 59 in Central Command or Southern Command’s hybrid force, Rear Adm. Michael Mattis told USNI News last week. The task force is made up of 40 civilian and military personnel, according to a Navy release announcing the creation.

CSignum and ANB Sensors Target Water Quality Monitoring Innovation with Wireless Data Collection

CSignum, a leader in wireless underwater communications and ANB Sensors, a renowned manufacturer of high-quality, calibration-free pH sensors are thrilled to announce their collaboration for wireless solutions for water quality monitoring. This collaboration expands the reach of water quality monitoring solutions by interconnecting ANB's advanced sensor technology with CSignum's innovative EM-2 wireless communication platform.

Innovative Survey Solution from Sulmara Advances the Formosa-4 Offshore Windfarm Project

Subsea survey specialist Sulmara continues to push the boundaries of innovation, delivering site characterisation data for the Synera Renewable Energy (SRE) project in Taiwan.

Oceaneering Awarded Multiple Contracts for Vessel Services in the Gulf of Mexico

Oceaneering International announced that its Offshore Projects Group (OPG) segment has been awarded multiple contractual agreements for vessel services with global energy companies, covering operations in the Gulf of Mexico.

HydroSurv and Blue Armada Robotics Sign Channel Partnership

Blue Armada Robotics, a pioneering Polish marine data company recognised among European Leaders of Offshore Renewable Energy by ELBE Alliance, has announced a significant partnership with UK-based uncrewed surface vessel (USV) producer HydroSurv.

Nemo Submarine on a Sail Yacht

Accommodating up to ten guests and a professional crew of six, Mirabella III offers unparalleled luxury experiences on the open seas to their owners. Now, with its latest upgrade, the sailing yacht sets a new standard by incorporating a NEMO 2-person, 100-meter rated submersible—the first of its kind in history to be seamlessly integrated into a sailing vessel.

Voyis Announces New OASIS Project with Canada’s Ocean Supercluster

Voyis, a leading provider of ocean imaging solutions, is thrilled to announce its latest venture, the OASIS Project. Funded by Canada’s Ocean Supercluster’s UK Collaborative Ocean Innovation Solutions program, in partnership with Innovate UK, this initiative aims to revolutionize marine environmental surveys through the collaboration of Canadian and UK ocean technology experts.

RWE Awards DeepOcean Contract for Nordseecluster A

Ocean services provider DeepOcean has received a firm order for RWE’s Nordseecluster A offshore wind project in Germany. DeepOcean’s scope of work includes trenching, transport and installation of all inter-array cables with adjacent services for all wind turbines of Nordseecluster A.

Robosys Unveils First-in-class Subsea AI-supported Navigation and Vessel Control Solution Following a Significant Contract Win for a Fleet of Advanced Swimmer Delivery Vehicles

The UK maritime innovator, Robosys Automation, has unveiled its new subsea advanced navigation and vessel control solution following its announcement that the business has secured a significant contract with an undisclosed international customer for a fleet of Swimmer Delivery Vehicles.

HBC Group Orders Saab’s Seaeye Cougar-XTi for Enhanced Offshore Inspection Capabilities

HBC Group, a leading provider of offshore inspection services, has recently purchased Saab’s Seaeye Cougar-XTi, a state-of-the-art remotely operated vehicle (ROV) known for its advanced capabilities.

Exail, RTsys and ABYSSA Join Forces for Ocean Floor Mapping with AUVs

Exail, RTsys, and ABYSSA, announce their strategic partnership in the CARMA (Mineral resources mapping by AUVs swarms) project. Co-funded by Bpifrance under the #France2030 initiative and designed to advance knowledge of great depths, the CARMA project focuses on developing swarms of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) for efficient ocean floor mapping.

Oceaneering Celebrates 25th Anniversary at the Port of Rosyth

The Port of Rosyth is home to Oceaneering’s U.K. umbilical manufacturing facility. The site is equipped with state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities and produces subsea umbilicals and hardware to meet diverse customer specifications.

The Norwegian Government Approves the Start-up of Fjordlab

With this clarification, the last piece is in place that will turn the Norwegian Marine Technology Center into a world-leading and unique research centre, says Dean Olav Bolland at the Faculty of Engineering, who heads the Norwegian Marine Technology Center's steering group.

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