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Tavares & James OPT Power Buoy Trestakk Statoil in Monroe, N.J. will offer approximately are a unique sporting and engineering

Aquabotix’s IPOs

On April 20, 2017, underwater robotics 56,000 square feet of manufacturing and challenge which involve teams from company UUV Aquabotix Ltd. of? ce space, nearly doubling the size of universities across the world designing, announced that it was undertaking an its current facility in Pennington, N.J. building and racing human-powered initial public offering (IPO) on the submarines around a slalom course

New Hires at Fair? eldNodal

Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). at QinetiQ’s Ocean Basin, one of the

The maximum subscription under Mike Gilliam has joined Fair? eldNodal world’s largest indoor freshwater tanks the IPO had been set at A$7 million as Vice President of Operations, Fair? eld in Gosport, U.K.

(US$5.5 million). The maximum Seismic Technologies, and will oversee

Norway OKs Statoil’s Plan subscription was substantially exceeded the operations project management in the IPO, the company reports. and crewing functions for the Data Norwegian authorities have approved

Acquisition unit. With operational the Plan for Development and Operation experience in the oil and gas industry, (PDO) of the Trestakk discovery on the

Global Opens Alaska Of? ce

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. has speci? cally in the marine environment, Halten Bank in the Norwegian Sea. opened a new of? ce in Juneau, Alaska Gilliam will bring knowledge and insight Investments are calculated at NOK to support southeast Alaska through to ROV operations. Richard Bottomley 5.5 billion ($646 million), almost several of Global’s primary service has joined Fair? eldNodal as Strategic half of the original estimate. Trestakk lines, including diving operations, Account Director, Fair? eld Seismic was discovered in 1986, and expected marine construction, marine salvage Technologies, and will be responsible recoverable volumes are 76 million and emergency response. Bill Akan, for helping the company capture new barrels of oil equivalent, mainly oil. a longtime member of the Global available market share. Simon Hayter Tied into the Åsgard A production team, will serve as Southeast Alaska has joined Fair? eldNodal as Vice vessel, Trestakk is expected to come on

Operations Coordinator for the new President of Business Development, stream in 2019.

Juneau location. Fair? eld Seismic Technologies, and will be based in London. Hayter will oversee

Swedish Hydrographic Of? ce international sales personnel.

OPT Relocates HQ Implements CARIS

Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. Teledyne CARIS’ Hydrographic

Human-powered Sub Races (OPT) has announced plans to Production Database (HPD) has been relocate its corporate headquarters The fourth European International implemented as the Swedish Maritime and manufacturing center to support Submarine Races will take place from Administration (SMA) production increased operational needs and allow July 2-13, 2018, announced IMarEST system, replacing the legacy software for projected growth over the next , the organizer. Sponsored by defense previously employed by SMA for the several years. OPT’s new, larger facility technology company QinetiQ, the races management of spatial data.

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