Top News of the Week of Feb 18 – Feb 24, 2013

Top News of the Week

1. DeepOcean Bags Largest Contract in Its History (Norway)

DeepOcean AS (“DeepOcean”), a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group, has been awarded the single largest contract in the history of the company since it was founded in 1999. The contract is for a firm period of 5 years starting in the first quarter of 2014 with options for another 3 years and covers subsea Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) services on all Statoil operated fields on the Norwegian Shelf, from southern part of the North Sea to the Barents Sea in the north.

2. VIDEO: ClampOn CEM ROV Installation and Removal Process

The ClampOn DSP Subsea Corrosion-Erosion Monitor (CEM) continually monitors and quantifies changes in wall thickness over a large area of a pipeline.

3. Statoil Awards Contracts for Polarled Pipeline Offshore Norway

Statoil has awarded Marubeni Itochu/JFE contracts for fabricating linepipe for the Polarled pipeline, Wasco for applying coating, and Allsea for pipelaying.

4. VIDEO: Next Generation 3D/4D Seismic Vessel Polarcus Amani

Polarcus Amani is an ultra-modern, super high ice class, 12-14 streamer 3D/4D seismic vessel. Built to the ULSTEIN SX134 design and incorporating the innovative ULSTEIN X-BOW® hull, the vessel combines the latest developments in maritime systems with the most advanced seismic technology commercially available.

5. Technip Bags Subsea Gig for Laila and D12 Fields Off Malaysia

Technip was awarded by Sarawak Shell Berhad an engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning contract for two new gas-export lines at the Laila and D12 fields, respectively located 50 kilometers Northwest of Miri, at a water depth of 75 meters, and 140 kilometers offshore Bintulu, Malaysia, at a water depth of 50 meters.

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Subsea World News Staff , February 24, 2013