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Performance of saturation diving emergency hyperbaric evacuation and recovery

January 27, 2015

“This recommended practice covers evacuation and recovery of saturation divers on-board a vessel or facility. It also addresses divers’ time in submersible compression chambers (diving bells) and habitats when the need for evacuation is required, including guidance on evacuating divers to places of safety while providing the necessary life support. Saturation diving is a diving… Continue Reading »

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Professional Divers – Branches and Responsibilities

January 27, 2015

Commercial diving has a broad category depending on the types of work being done, pay range, equipment used and risks involved. People who have interest in dive jobs must understand that a certified commercial diver specializes not only in a single field work but he/she must be familiar with the variety of responsibilities. Here is… Continue Reading »

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Underwater Welding Schools!

January 27, 2015

Worldwide Commercial Diving Schools That Also Teach Underwater Welding Here is a list of underwater welding schools and diving academies broken up by location. This list has terms that are interchangeable terms such as diving schools, training centers, academies and underwater welding. If you are want to learn underwater welding then what you are really… Continue Reading »

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Argentina: Best Candidate for Next Shale Boom?

January 27, 2015

A conversation about Argentine shale prospects is rarely loud enough to be heard. Instead, the oil and gas industry discusses at the length the outlook for U.S. shale. Of course, the key question about shale today is: how it will fare given the slumping price of oil? The answer is of critical importance to energy… Continue Reading »

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Response Operations Concluded After Tug Sinks Off Oahu

January 27, 2015

The Coast Guard, Department of Health and responsible party Unified Command transitioned from response operations to an ongoing monitoring and response readiness posture, after the Nalani, a 95-foot towing vessel sank off Barbers Point Harbor, Oahu. The ship with 75,000 gallons of diesel fuel sank on Thursday in 2,200 feet of water. Shoreline and near-shore assessments indicate… Continue Reading »

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Top Tips: Applying for Your First Graduate Job in European Oil, Gas

January 26, 2015

Times are tough for young people about to graduate from universities across the European Union. In 2014, the European Commission released figures that showed there were almost 5.4 million EU citizens under 25 years old who were unemployed – equating to some 22.8 percent of all the region’s young adults. Countries in southern Europe, such… Continue Reading »

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Construction Starts on Italy – Montenegro Subsea Cable

January 26, 2015

The construction of a submarine cable between Italy and Montenegro has began on Italian side of the Adriatic Sea, Italian Terna S.p.A informed. In 2010, governments of Italy and Montenegro signed approximately EUR 800 million worth deal to construct the cable, local media report. The submarine cable will connect Pescara in Italy and Tivat in Montenegro…. Continue Reading »

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Diver Exploits: With Engineering Experience, Adam Plots Future as Commercial Diver

January 26, 2015

My dad was a sports diver since he was 16. Now at 50, he still dives with me at times! He showed me old videos of the Cousteau Adventures and when I was eight, my dad took me on my first dive at the Maidens, Ayrshire (I had a pony bottle and US Divers regulator,… Continue Reading »

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Liebherr Crane on Its Way to South Korea

January 26, 2015

Liebherr has informed that after a single lift of the RL-K 7500 subsea crane last year in September in Rostock,  the crane was now loaded and shipped to Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME).  Both cranes, the RL-K 7500, together with another model of Liebherr’s range of knuckle boom cranes, the RL-K 4200, are currenty on… Continue Reading »

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