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Mermaid Scoops Subsea Cable Contract in Qatar

March 30, 2016

Mermaid Subsea Services in Qatar, part of Mermaid Maritime, has secured an additional subsea cable installation and related diving services contract from an existing customer. The contract has an estimated value of USD 10 million and is scheduled for completion within three months. The company will deploy chartered-in vessel ‘Mubarak Supporter’ to conduct the work, which starts in April 2016. Mubarak Supporter… Continue Reading »

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Orion Marine Inks $11 Mln Cofferdam Deal

March 24, 2016

Orion Marine, a specialty construction company, has secured a contract of approximately $11 million. According to the company, its Heavy Civil Marine Construction segment was recently awarded a contract by the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources to construct a cofferdam around the perimeter of the USS North Carolina Battleship, to help facilitate the future… Continue Reading »

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DOF Subsea Scores Bjørnafjord Crossing Survey

March 21, 2016

DOF Subsea Norway has been awarded a contract by Statens vegvesen (The Norwegian Public Roads Administration) for a seabed mapping survey along the bridge route over the Bjørnafjord crossing. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration plans to construct an approximately 5km long bridge over Bjørnafjord, between Røtinga and Rekstern. The Bjørnafjord crossing is a part of the new E39… Continue Reading »

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TRIAXYS Wave Buoys for Rampion OWF

March 18, 2016

AXYS Technologies’ three TRIAXYS Wave & Current Buoys were selected by Partrac as part of their recent metocean support services contract for the Rampion Offshore Wind farm. Partrac has been contracted to manage the supply, deployment, maintenance and delivery of metocean monitoring buoys throughout the wind farm’s construction phase. “AXYS is very pleased to be supplying… Continue Reading »

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About commercial diving

March 18, 2016

A commercial diver is a professional or tradesman who works underwater. Commercial divers can be rescuers, photographers, building and construction workers, they inspect and maintain aquaculture facilities, inspect ships and bridges and install and maintain offshore facilities in the North Sea. The jobs a commercial diver might carry out vary tremendously, and the diving itself… Continue Reading »

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Seaspan Inks Two Vessel Deals

March 17, 2016

Canadian Minister of Public Services and Procurement, the Honourable Judy M. Foote, announced the signing of two new contracts valued at more than USD 65.4 million with Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards. The contracts are for the construction of the Canadian Coast Guard’s Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel (OOSV) and the Royal Canadian Navy’s Joint Support Ships (JSS). “Today is… Continue Reading »

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Jan De Nul, Prysmian Chosen for Tahkoluoto OWF Work

March 17, 2016

Wind power producer Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy has chosen Jan De Nul Group as the main contractor of marine construction for the new Tahkoluoto offshore wind farm in Pori, Finland. The cable manufacturer Prysmian Finland will supply the undersea cable. Construction of the wind farm will begin in April. Jan De Nul will be responsible for… Continue Reading »

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Havyard Scraps Subsea Vessel Deal

March 10, 2016

Havyard Ship Technology, a part of Havyard Group, has agreed with its client to cancel the shipbuilding contract for the new subsea vessel, building no. 123, due to the challenging offshore market. In October last year, both parties agreed to put off the delivery and that the buyer had the right to cancel the contract in… Continue Reading »

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Onshore Construction Diver

March 10, 2016

Overview   Onshore construction diving is a broad sector involving a variety of tasks and work locations. The term ‘onshore/inshore’ refers to diving work that is undertaken close to the shore or inland in freshwater dams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs and tanks, in depths of up to 50m. The main thing that separates it form ‘offshore diving’… Continue Reading »

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Energinet.dk Invites Substructures Providers for Kriegers Flak

March 7, 2016

Denmark’s Energinet.dk is seeking a contractor to provide gravity based substructures for KFA and KFBE offshore substations for Kriegers Flak wind project in the Baltic Sea. The planned 600MW offshore wind farm will act as a ‘Supergrid’, eventually being able to transmit renewable energy through power grids to Denmark, Sweden and Germany. The substructures are… Continue Reading »

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