Top News of the Week of Dec 23 – Dec 27, 2013

Top News of the Week of Dec 23 – Dec 27, 2013

 

1.VIDEO: Kongsberg Maritime Plunges into Subsea Exploration

Through history, the human race has managed to gather an in-depth knowledge of the ways of the world, however two thirds of our planet remain a mystery, namely the world beneath the sea surface.

2. UK: Contract Assigned for BT’s Biggest Subsea Engineering Project

BT Group, UK-based communications services company, has awarded three firms a £26.9 million (circa USD 44.1 million) contract for an ambitious subsea cabling project which will help deliver fast, fibre broadband to the Highlands and Islands.

3.Bumi Armada Bags USD 1.4 Bln Kraken Field FPSO Contract

Malaysia-based international offshore oilfield services provider, Bumi Armada Berhad announced that its nominated whollyowned subsidiary, Armada Kraken Pte. Ltd. has signed..

4. Aker Solutions Receives Johan Sverdrup LoI

Statoil and partners have awarded Aker Solutions the engineering framework agreement for the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea, where the first call off will be the front-end engineering design (FEED) of the field centre.

5. VIDEO: Seeing the Unseen with X-Rays Subsea

Triggered by a desire to introduce innovative solutions aimed at facilitating work and anticipating potential dangers to the environment, General Electric (GE), an American multinational conglomerate corporation..

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Subsea World News Staff, December 29, 2013

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