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www.seadiscovery.com Marine Technology Reporter 11 ceremony. From its humble beginnings in a small area of the UK Continental Shelf the project has grown and developed and has now turned into a thriving global operation, bringing together the commercial and aca- demic worlds. Being recognised as one of the most innovative green projects in Europe has really bowled us over."
JV Wins Subsea Pipeline
Technip and Subsea 7 announced that its joint venture company, Technip Subsea 7
Asia Pacific Pty Ltd (TS7), won two con- tracts for subsea installation and pipeline supply projects in New Zealand and
Vietnam. • Shell Todd Oil Services Limited (STOS), a company jointly owned by Shell
Petroleum Mining and Todd Petroleum
Mining, awarded TS7 a fast track contract for the provision of diving support services for the Maui maintenance project offshore
New Zealand in water depths to 110 m. MISC Berhad, a maritime transporta- tion and logistics provider and emerging major owner and operator of floating pro- duction units, has awarded TS7 a lump sum flexible supply contract for the Ruby
FPSO(1) project located in approximately 50 m of water offshore Vietnam. The con- tract includes the supply of 880 meters of 10-in. flexible risers, 440 m of 6-in. flexible risers, 1,900 m of 10-in. flexible flowlines and associated buoyancy. Delivery is esti- mated for the fourth quarter of 2008.
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