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  • 16 October 2019

    Pakistan Deep Water Container Port is the country’s only deep-water port.

  • 30 November 2010

    Deep-water capital investments of $140 billion are expected over the next five years as operators expand their upstream ventures into such regions, according to UK consultant Douglas-Westwood.

  • 20 January 2015
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Operations & Maintenance

    While the world will need to develop multiple energy resources to meet the energy demand, oil and gas will continue to play a significant role and deep water is a crucial part of the mix. Shell believeS innovation holds the key to successfully unlocking oil and gas from deep water safely and responsibly. The offshore […]

  • 13 February 2006

    Kaohsiung Harbor, the world’s sixth-largest container port, is inviting international tenders for building a deep-water container terminal to boost its volume, a port official said yesterday.

  • 12 April 2019
    Business & Finance

    bremenports, Icelandic partners join in a project to develop a deep-water port at Finnafjord.

  • 12 November 2018
    Research & Development, Technology

    Spain’s Esteyco has teamed up with the Basque Research and Innovation Center Tecnalia to design a dynamic energy transmission cable as part of the Telwind floating wind platform project.

  • 7 February 2012
    Business & Finance

    As oil and gas developments go deeper, the risk related to lifting operations is increasing. “Existing standards and regulations don’t sufficiently meet this challenge and this is why DNV now has initiated a joint industry project to ensure a unified safety approach. Fourteen key international offshore players have joined the project,” says Robert A. Oftedal, […]

  • 20 August 2019

    The Central Port is envisioned as a complex of 6 to 8 terminals and deep-water quays.

  • 4 September 2017
    Business & Finance

    Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of the greenfield multi-purpose port project at Posorja, Ecuador on August 31. The move follows the 50-year concession the company won in June 2016 from the Government of Ecuador to build a facility with 750,000 TEU of capacity to fuel […]

  • 1 May 2018
    Business & Finance

    Port of Corpus Christi to get a new deep-water terminal capable of handling VLCCs.

  • 23 January 2018
    Authorities & Government, Project & Tenders

    Marine Scotland has awarded a contract to ABPmer to prepare the necessary scoping documents to support the development of floating wind and/ or other possible deep water technologies in Scottish waters. 

  • 17 October 2013
    Business & Finance

    JAXPORT, in conjunction with the JAX Chamber, announced yesterday that the Florida Ports Council (FPC) has joined the recently launched Deep Water Now initiative to encourage business and community leaders in Northeast Florida to support efforts to deepen the St. Johns River shipping channel to accommodate the next generation of larger cargo vessels. The Florida […]

  • 17 December 2019

    The goal is to develop Myanmar’s first ultra-deep-water resource. 

  • 16 February 2010

    GEORGETOWN, Guyana (GINA) — Guyana over the years has been capitalising on its natural resources to maximize its growth and development. As such the Government of Guyana in collaboration with the Government of India has undertaken a feasibility study to determine a possible location for the construction of a deep water harbour in Guyana. [mappress] […]

  • 12 February 2013
    Business & Finance

    To handle the new heavyweight anchors required for rigs operating in extreme depths off Brazil, Rolls-Royce has developed a tailor made solution. Two torpedo anchor-handling systems will be installed on two anchor-handling vessels to be built for the Norwegian shipowner DOF. Brazilian oil giant Petrobras has developed the torpedo anchor to meet the challenges of […]

  • 27 February 2014
    Business & Finance

    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has acquired Norwegian privately owned Deep Water Solutions AS, specialising in lifting applications utilising electric multi drive technology. “Customer requirements for environmentally friendly solutions are increasing in offshore load handling applications, such as subsea cranes, module handling and LARS (launch and recovery) systems and having Deep Water Solutions’ experts in the […]

  • 27 February 2014
    Business & Finance, Equipment

    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has acquired Norwegian  privately owned Deep Water Solutions AS, specialising in lifting applications utilising electric multi drive technology. “Customer requirements for environmentally friendly solutions are increasing in offshore load handling applications, such as subsea cranes, module handling and LARS (launch and recovery)  systems and having Deep Water Solutions’ experts in the MacGregor family […]

  • 7 December 2005

    HONG KONG – China’s largest offshore oil producer, CNOOC Ltd., said its unlisted parent company plans to start deep water oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea with Canada’s Husky Energy Inc. next year.

  • 19 April 2017
    Research & Development, Technology

    Engineering and operations support services contractor ODE, part of the DORIS Group, is preparing to set up field demonstration sites to test its Articulated Wind Column (AWC) designed for water depths of up to 200 metres.

  • 24 February 2020
    Research & Development, Technology

    RWE Renewables and Saitec Offshore Technologies have joined forces to test new ways to install and operate offshore wind farms in deep waters. In a joint pilot project called “DemoSATH”, the RWE subsidiary specialising in renewable energy and the Spanish engineering company Saitec Offshore Technologies will start testing a floating platform for wind turbines off […]

  • 12 July 2006

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  • 15 January 2010
    Equipment, Technology

    The Nereus can take orders through a 25-mile-long fiber-optic cable, but if that snaps, it can find its way back to the mother ship. Source: Discover, January 14, 2010