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Saudi Stocks Cap Worst Month in Seven Years as Oil Resumes Slide

September 2, 2015

Saudi Arabian stocks fell in the worst month in almost seven years after Brent crude resumed its decline. The Tadawul All Share Index fell 2.2 percent on Monday, the most among the Middle East’s major equity gauges, to 7,522.47. That extends the Tadawul’s drop to 17 percent in August, the most in a month since October… Continue Reading »

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RV Neil Armstrong Completes Acceptance Trials

September 2, 2015

The first-of-class oceanographic research vessel R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR 27), has this month successfully completed its acceptance trials, the Navy reported August 27. Neil Armstrong is a mono-hull research vessel based on commercial design, capable of integrated, interdisciplinary, general purpose oceanographic research in coastal and deep ocean areas. The Navy’s Board of Inspection and Survey… Continue Reading »

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Anholt OWF Cable Change Faces Delays

September 2, 2015

Danish transmission operator, Energinet.dk has informed that it must postpone the replacement of two parts totaling approximately 4.5 km of subsea cable that connects the Anholt offshore wind farm to the grid on land. “Cable supplier is still preparing the replacement cable. There was an error in replacing the cable, which has moved the process,” said the… Continue Reading »

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Van Oord: Gemini Ops at Peak Activity

September 2, 2015

Van Oord has successfully installed the two Offshore High Voltage Stations (OHVS) and first 77 transition pieces at the Dutch Gemini Wind Park. The realisation of the large offshore wind project construction is proceeding as planned. The OHVS installations were built in Hoboken, Belgium, and transported to Eemshaven. Deploying a heavy lift vessel, the 2,500-tonne… Continue Reading »

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Car Bomb Damages Italy’s ENI Joint Venture in Libyan Capital

September 1, 2015

A car bomb went off in Libya’s capital Tripoli on Monday in front of the headquarters of Mellitah, an oil and gas joint venture between Italy’s ENI and Libyan state oil firm NOC, witnesses said. Residents said there were no casualties. A Reuters reporter said there were smashed windows and damaged doors. In a text… Continue Reading »

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Senator Booker Against Seismic Testing in Atlantic Ocean

September 1, 2015

U.S. Senator Cory Booker has sent a letter to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Administrator Dr. Kathryn Sullivan urging her to deny four seismic survey applications for oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean. In the letter, Sen. Booker calls the applications incomplete because they fail to address the cumulative long-range impacts… Continue Reading »

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Divers Repair Tanker in Dubai

September 1, 2015

Hydrex is one of the leading companies specializing in underwater repair and maintenance of vessels. The dive team consists of professional commercial divers and technicians that can do repair works even without using drydocks. Recently in Dubai, a tanker carrying chemicals hit a buoy. The damage must be assessed to prevent further hazard relating to… Continue Reading »

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Underwater Welding School: Learning Experience

September 1, 2015

If you’re considering underwater welding, training’s not an option. You need training in a professional environment, and underwater welding school can bring this to you in an affordable way. They offer multiple certifications, training on equipment, heavy-duty facilities and premium diving resources.   Divers have different opinions on what constitutes the “best” underwater welding school. Most make the… Continue Reading »

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API Calls Ozone Rule Review Rushed, Potentially Costly

September 1, 2015

The American Petroleum Institute (API) on Monday criticized the Obama administration for its early start of its final review of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed rule to reduce the allowable concentration of ozone air pollution. The administration is just now starting the review only one month before a court ordered due date of… Continue Reading »

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Eni in Historic Mediterranean Deepwater Gas Find

September 1, 2015

Italy’s Eni has made a super-giant gas discovery at its Zohr Prospect, in the deep waters of Egypt. The discovery well Zohr 1X NFW is located in the economic waters of Egypt’s Offshore Mediterranean, in 4,757 feet of water depth (1,450 metres), in the Shorouk Block. According to the well and seismic information available, the discovery… Continue Reading »

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