Oil And Gas Sector

  • Fugro expanded its services for the offshore oil and gas sector with the addition of high resolution subsea laser scanning specialist technology that can be applied to a wide range of subsea services including metrology, field mapping, structure mapping, change detection and integrity management. Fugro’s Marine Construction Survey group recently used subsea laser scanning in a number of projects in the Gulf of Mexico, including metrology and asset mapping. With subsea laser scanning, companies have an opportunity to gather high resolution 3D point clouds of subsea assets which are used to obtain accurate point-to-point measurements.

    (As published in the November/December 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • ensure that, throughout the survey, the correct and most accurate data is gathered by the AUV. The Case SeeByte provides clients in the Military and Oil and Gas sectors with advanced software to enhance the capabilities of their underwater sensors, vehicles and systems. SeeByte is also increasingly partnering

  • . Such was the case on a recent assignment carried out by UK-based fire equipment specialist Oteac. A dive support vessel which serves the North Sea oil and gas sector needed an upgraded fire suppression system. Oteac was contracted to install new systems in areas designated by the vessel to be in need of additional

  • Manager: Ioseba Tena  Engineering Director: Dr. Scott Reed No. Of Employees: 50 The Company SeeByte provides clients in the Military and Oil and Gas sectors with the most advanced software to enhance the capabilities of their underwater sensors, vehicles and systems. The company has offices in Edinburgh

  • and recovery and the possibility of using smaller launch vessels. Leak detection and environmental monitoring within the offshore renewables and oil and gas sectors were a key focus for Kongsberg Maritime at OI ‘14, with the world launch of a new approach to subsea monitoring. The Modular Subsea Monitoring-Networ

  • big data mining. After having acquired several key references in the wave and tidal as well as offshore wind sectors, Open Ocean has approached the oil and gas sector to present the innovative solution Metocean Analytics.   Metocean Analytics is the first online offer for metocean study on-demand. It provides

  • SeeByte provides clients in the maritime, military and oil and gas sectors with smart software solutions to enhance the capabilities of underwater sensors, vehicles and systems. SeeByte came to be in 2002 in the Oceans Lab at Heriot-Watt University, and has since grown to become a leader in advanced software

  • to less than $50 a barrel. The UKs industry body, Oil & Gas UK, recently reported the worst annual performance for four decades. In 2014, the UK oil and gas sector invested $7.8 billion more than the total annual earnings. Due to surging costs, exploration in the offshore fields is also on a continuing downward

  • billions in coming investment.  In fact, it is already playing a role.  Companies in the Gulf of Mexico, which traditionally support the offshore oil and gas sector, helped build and install the nation’s first offshore wind project, the Block Island Wind Farm (BIWF), which has been operating offshore Rhode

  • strategic ambition of the MacArtney Group to double turnover between 2010 and 2015. This positive forecast is especially empowered by a booming oil and gas sector operating out of Houston, Texas, where the regional headquarters of MacArtney is housed.  “We are stepping up efforts to accommodate the increase

  • portfolio. Customers are well-known international research institutes, navies and companies in the renewable energy, construction and offshore oil and gas sector. develogics’ team of engineers as well as production experts enables us developing, manufacturing and supporting sophisticated systems for

  • floating production and storage vessels, as well as for petroleum tank barges. With the notable exception of oil tanker rates, most indicators in the oil and gas sectors have been on the rise for the marine industry in recent months. The conditions for mergers and acquisitions activity are improving very gradually

  • MR Jan-20#57 The Final Word
The BDO Survey says ...
Shipping Con?)
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    The Final Word The BDO Survey says ... Shipping Con? dence Rises “It is not far short of six years since con? dence in the industry has been higher, and appetite for investment remains steady despite volatile economic conditions.” Richard Greiner, Partner, Shipping & Transport, BDO Source:

  • MR Jan-20#55 When Uli Selbach started in the trade show business 22)
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    When Uli Selbach started in the trade show business 22 show ? oor, and according to Selbach “we’re going to double years ago, the big question was: “Will trade shows exist in that space in 2020. We think this is a strong and growing fu- 20 years?” While the advent of virtual meetings, seamless ture

  • MR Jan-20#53  demand for increasingly power-
oil and gas senior engineer)
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    Welding (JTSW) – has brought in ex- market demand for increasingly power- oil and gas senior engineer Iain Wilson ful drive train technology. to help shape the company as it moves into a new chapter at the Scottish Ma- ABB Delivers for Icebreaking rine Technology Park. LNG Carrier Fleet The ? nal

  • MR Jan-20#52  
ness Development Manager, an oil and 
Ocean and Logistics)
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    Fisher). structure of its Executive Board by Alan Hunter joins as Malin’s new Busi- appointing Vincent Clerc as CEO of ness Development Manager, an oil and Ocean and Logistics and Henriette gas veteran with more than 30 years’ Hallberg Thygesen as CEO of Tow- experience. In addition Malin appoint- age

  • MR Jan-20#51  Horsepower  9,980 HP
Fuel Oil Capacity  30,000 gal
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    # H221 TBD Length o.a. 320 ft. Beam, Molded 70 ft. Depth at Main Deck at Side 21.5 ft. Design Draft 13 ft. Installed Horsepower 9,980 HP Fuel Oil Capacity 30,000 gal Minimum Seating Capacity 2,551 Max. Passenger Capacity 4,500 Crew 16 Regulatory ABS A1, Ferry Service, River Photo: Damen Service

  • MR Jan-20#49 AR & Maritime Maintenance
As maritime embraces new digitaliz)
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    AR & Maritime Maintenance As maritime embraces new digitalization technologies aimed at reducing costs and enhancing safety onboard ships, MAN CEON, MAN Energy Solutions’ umbrella brand for all its digital products, comes to the fore for TechGuide, an augmented reality maintenance platform. Using mobile

  • MR Jan-20#44  retro?  ts, in total 27 
two boilers, together with extensive)
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    scrubbers on each vessel. exchange of three dryers (40T each) and ket as providing a steady stream of Counting these two retro? ts, in total 27 two boilers, together with extensive pip- business, as “we expect an increase in units have been installed at Astander, 23 ing repairs and replacement and

  • MR Jan-20#41 INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN
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    INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN “I would love to design an all nuclear ship. I understand the cost, the red tape and the bureaucratic issues, but if you’re seriously looking for a zero-emission technology to power ocean-going vessels, nuclear should be an option.” Morgan Fanberg, President

  • MR Jan-20#40 ,” he said. “I un-
modi?  ed oil-drilling platform developed)
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    there could be one. project (pictured below), a self-propelled semi-submersible “I would love to design an all nuclear ship,” he said. “I un- modi? ed oil-drilling platform developed for the U.S. Govern- derstand the cost, the red tape, and the bureaucratic issues, but ment’s Sea-Based Test X-Band Radar

  • MR Jan-20#35 .com
across multiple oil basins, has reworked 
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    already here. A.K. Suda, who has developed con? gurations for ABS detyens.com classed high-spec lift boats deployed [email protected] across multiple oil basins, has reworked its designs for the offshore wind sector. Charleston, South Carolina The Suda JG10000 design, offers a 2000 www.marinelink.com

  • MR Jan-20#34  come from?   Activity in the oil patch has waned since )
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    on everyone’s mind – where exactly will all these (rather than being transported out to a platform). An interface vessels come from? Activity in the oil patch has waned since on the bow for connecting to a platform or wind turbine was crude oil’s price slide of 2014, so many vessels that are sur- identi

  • MR Jan-20#33  MW/turbine average. Much 
like oil patch OSV vessel count)
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    . A fairly rudimentary back of the envelope calculationsuggests that 8.4 GW of capacity implies 700 turbines, based on a 12 MW/turbine average. Much like oil patch OSV vessel count is derived from numbers of exploration rigs and producing platforms, the estimates of implied demand for offshore wind vessels

  • MR Jan-20#27 subpoenas to require the production of documents and)
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    subpoenas to require the production of documents and infor- it is ? nalized and submitted to the Commandant of the USCG mation and to summon witnesses for testimony. Testimony for review and approval. The ? nal report will be released to at a formal hearing is usually open to the public unless it in-

  • MR Jan-20#24 . 
MV Argo Merchant was an oil tanker that ran aground)
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    their control and creates the inherent risk of a casualty personal injuries, damage to the environment and property occurring. MV Argo Merchant was an oil tanker that ran aground and sank southeast of Nantucket Island, Mass., on Dec. 15, 1976. U.S. Coast Guard Archives 24 Maritime Reporter & Engineering

  • MR Jan-20#19 latory regime.  Speed through the water cannot be accurate-)
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    latory regime. Speed through the water cannot be accurate- ly checked, but is closely related to emissions. Speed over the ground can be checked, but is less closely related to emissions than speed through the water. Average speed can be measured, but is even less closely related to emissions.

  • MR Jan-20#18 The Path to Zero
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    The Path to Zero Copyright: Norman Chan/AdobeStock Slow Down Emission Reduction & Slow Steaming: The voluntary v. regulatory approach erchant ships traditionally operate in the the board, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; emis- open sea at or near full speed. This is hard sion of air pollutants

  • MR Jan-20#16  to replace 
residual heavy fuel oil (HFO) containing 
prove)
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    preparatory gang-plank on A January 1, 2020 when 0.5% very low sul- mixed and some blends fur distillate fuels (VLSF) have to replace residual heavy fuel oil (HFO) containing prove incompatible with 3.5% sulfur. You might think that given the length of time to prepare – one another: when a more since

  • MR Jan-20#14 O?  shore Wind
Q&A: Matt Tremblay, ABS
The Domino Effect)
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    O? shore Wind Q&A: Matt Tremblay, ABS The Domino Effect The next hot growth market is offshore wind; Is the U.S. marine industry ready to meet demand? he American Bureau of Shipping convened a conference to discuss the pace and direction of the U.S. offshore wind market, including challenges and opportuni

  • MR Jan-20#13 , just as it was for deepwater oil and gas innovations 
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    and petro-work, as it, too, wields a massive crane and is being marketed for offshore heavy lifts and decommissioning. So, just as it was for deepwater oil and gas innovations now helping wind, “green-only” lending is available for new wind workhorses able to ply offshore oil and gas. “The fact that

  • MR Jan-20#12 ,000 t deck-
ing their offshore oil and gas credentials  load)
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    and installing offshore wind suppliers vie for work in wind by leverag- turbine foundations”, but its 5,000-ton crane; 61,000 t deck- ing their offshore oil and gas credentials load limit and 9,300 square meters of deck space make it T and development ? nance is being coun- well-suited for oil and gas

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  • MN Jan-20#60 , 
cluding an hour meter, low oil and 
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    a wide variety of provides full engine protection in- US Navy, they’re made from a propri- protocols such as HTTP(S), BootP, cluding an hour meter, low oil and etary wax-infused blend that resists DNS, SNMP, and FTP(S). Other high water temperature. The whole salt, oil, chemicals and extreme heat. features

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    , safety egress systems, steps tion, which leaves the surrounding and leading edge of landings to help Series E Interceptors environment free of oil mist from the ? nd pathways in the dark. Available IMTRA expanded its Zipwake Dy- air exhaust, and are recommended in lengths to order to a maximum

  • MN Jan-20#58  in the 
um lines, hydraulic oils and others. It 
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    bilge lines, foam systems, tions which indicate the condition ballast systems, compressed air, vacu- of the bearings and gears in the um lines, hydraulic oils and others. It thruster’s upper and lower gearbox. can be installed in previously welded These results help operators iden- systems and is compatible