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

  • 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

  • update clearly demonstrates the determination of both the government and private sectors, in shaping our future economy away from the traditional oil and gas sectors. There is still room for growth in the maritime industry. About the Author Wilfred de Gannes – Chairman & CEO, Shipbuilding & Repair Development

  • MT Jul-19#76  climate research, offshore oil & gas, 
cialized cameras)
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    habi- novative products designed for marine tats, distribution of nodules and biodiversity. In addition, DOER built spe- and climate research, offshore oil & gas, cialized cameras for use on multiple sampling platforms to characterize sea environmental monitoring, aquaculture bed types prior to sampling

  • MT Jul-19#74 , and bright yellow search coil help the end 
customer)
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    wires or cables, rugged construction, streamlined instruments. Cable and pipe trackers followed resulting from con? guration, and bright yellow search coil help the end customer demand for easy to use instruments that could ? nd user ? nd any target in ZERO visibility waters. Hemisphere GNSS Inc. President/C

  • MT Jul-19#73 , Quality Positioning Services  oil and gas, offshore wind)
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    . Zeist, The Netherlands MDs: Jonathan Beaudoin & Almar Hollaar No. of Employees: 70 https://qps.nl/ For more than 25 years, Quality Positioning Services oil and gas, offshore wind farms, and the dredging industry. (QPS) have been experts in maritime geomatics software Services include on-site and on-board

  • MT Jul-19#72  in a new industry, North Sea oil and gas exploration. The)
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    offer, through the likes of Jacques Cousteau, was starting to be cialists in video technology, lighting design applied in a new industry, North Sea oil and gas exploration. The pos- and mechanical design reliability. Its 28,000 sibilities of new industries such as deepsea mining and sea? oor habita- sq

  • MT Jul-19#71  capa-
of being launched off an oil platform or off a cargo)
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    and tion. The full-motion bed replicates the sensation and force wind sensors. Also available from Rutter are two new capa- of being launched off an oil platform or off a cargo vessel, bilities for all of the company’s systems, Coastline Masks and subsequent movements replicate a lifeboat’s navigation

  • MT Jul-19#70  its Montague, Prince Ed- shore oil & gas, maritime training)
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    of the company’s ROV compo- simulation systems for a number of sectors, including off- nents are manufactured in-house at its Montague, Prince Ed- shore oil & gas, maritime training, the military and naval ward Island premises. sectors, and coast guards. The company’s products include MarineNav manufactures

  • MT Jul-19#69  such 
as boulders, gassy soils and unexploded ordnance)
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    meters in diameter penetrating up to Lightweight ROVs for marine inspections 30 meters sub-seabed to provide images of geohazards such as boulders, gassy soils and unexploded ordnance (UXO), Marine-grade navigation products, ROV and marine soft- and delineate subsea stratigraphy including bedrock (chalk)

  • MT Jul-19#68  defense and homeland security, oil & gas, 
satile, modular)
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    integration and test procedures. End-user very high sensitivity based on built-in processing. The ver- sectors include defense and homeland security, oil & gas, satile, modular 0.2 W, 23 mm diameter icListen Kayak can and environmental services. As well as standard products, be connected via USB, serial

  • MT Jul-19#67 tion across sectors to connect local and international)
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    tion across sectors to connect local and international com- Applied research and new marine tech The Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial Univer- panies in the ocean industry, its ? ve main areas of operation sity of Newfoundland, (the Marine Institute) in St John’s, being marine transportation

  • MT Jul-19#66  of sectors, including offshore oil & gas, 
technology sector)
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    , the Center serving the needs of The three superclusters that are most pertinent to the ocean clients in a variety of sectors, including offshore oil & gas, technology sector are Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, Digital marine transportation, marine and waterfront infrastructure, Technology Supercluster

  • MT Jul-19#65  to 500 meters 
military and oil & gas applications.  deep)
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    ocean instrumentation for oceanographic bottom or transition zone seismic engineering, scienti? c community, equipment down to 500 meters military and oil & gas applications. deep. Its products include underwater • QuietSea: QuietSea’s passive acoustic communication and posi- acoustic monitoring (PAM)

  • MT Jul-19#62  a single diver to detect oil leaks and cracks or  chambers)
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    Blackbirn Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI) system, lutions for naval submarines, diving bells and decompression which enabled a single diver to detect oil leaks and cracks or chambers to ROVs, AUVs and UUVs. From massive manned weld defects in underwater steel structures. In 1990, BIRNS systems to masts

  • MT Jul-19#61  & Environmental 
Monitoring; Oil & Gas; Renewables;  and)
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    , NORBIT allows cli- brand. Operating in Defence & Security; ents to Explore More with a high value Maritime Surveillance & Environmental Monitoring; Oil & Gas; Renewables; and high-performance product and ser- vice deliverable Transportation; Research and Engineer- ing. NORBIT Subsea is well known for

  • MT Jul-19#60 , further strengthens the 
based oil major.   investment case)
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    , supported by is believed to be the ? rst over-the-horizon operation by a UK- Wideband 3 digital signal architecture, further strengthens the based oil major. investment case. Around the same time, the company’s BlueComm opti- Increasingly, Sonardyne is helping ocean space users to cal modems were

  • MT Jul-19#59 deep water oil and gas such as Jumper  Laser Scan (VLS))
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    deep water oil and gas such as Jumper Laser Scan (VLS) and combining Ad- Lindorm, Inc. Buoyancy, Umbilical Buoyancy and vanced Photogrammetry & Laser Tech- https://lindorm.com Buckle Mitigation Buoyancy. Finally, to niques. The company was founded in Lindorm, Inc. is a private Florida cor- January 2009

  • MT Jul-19#58 , allowing the cam-
monitoring, Oil Detection,  era, sonar)
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    and 4K Ultra HD video resolution. Deep Trekker Revolution Dye Tracing, Wastewater is based on an automated station holding, allowing the cam- monitoring, Oil Detection, era, sonar and manipulator arm to rotate a full 260 degrees and general environmental for advanced situational awareness and ? exibility

  • MT Jul-19#56  subsea applications including 
oil and gas, alternate energies)
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    SEACON products include electrical dry-mate, wet-mate, and ? ber-optic hybrid con- www.rtsys.eu nectors suitable for many subsea applications including oil and gas, alternate energies, military, remotely oper- ated vehicles (ROV) / autonomous underwater vehicles Created in 2010, RTsys is a fast-growing

  • MT Jul-19#53  scientists, militaries and the oil and  tions. Its new Oceanbotics)
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    Inc also has the design and engineer- robotic arm represents a game changer ing capabilities to develop custom solu- for scientists, militaries and the oil and tions. Its new Oceanbotics division has gas industry. developed a cutting edge ROV System: The last 12 months have seen signi? - the most

  • MT Jul-19#51  the biggest cost savings in the oil industry have 
easily,)
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    several safety critical applica- subsea installations. tions, data storage solution to store all alarms and events Some of the biggest cost savings in the oil industry have easily, and third-party system integration of essential data come in the facilities design and engineering phase with the traf? c

  • MT Jul-19#49  range to support OEMs for the oil & gas,  and long-duration)
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    continue to offer its existing product tion, high-power demand applications safe design of the SeaSafe suite of solu- range to support OEMs for the oil & gas, and long-duration, low-power demand tions, OEMs routinely specify and install remote ? eld applications and subsea sec- situations. SeaSafe

  • MT Jul-19#48  environmental, defense, oil and gas, renewable en-)
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    measur- its premises on the River Dart (UK) to 40,000 sq. ft. ing equipment and supplies a worldwide customer base that includes: environmental, defense, oil and gas, renewable en- The Tech: ergy, construction, port/harbor, dredging, civil engineering More than 50 years of engineering and production excel- and

  • MT Jul-19#45  range of sys-
tems to offshore oil & gas operators, surveyors)
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    systems, products and integrated solutions specializing in design, man- ufacture, sales and after-sales service of a wide range of sys- tems to offshore oil & gas operators, surveyors, the renewable energy sector, ocean science institutes and defense and navy industries across the world. The company offers

  • MT Jul-19#44 , dams and lakes, offshore oil and 
www.detyens.com
gas)
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    , salvage, long Number of Employees: 345 tunnel and pipeline inspection, customs, nuclear and hy- droelectric power plants, dams and lakes, offshore oil and www.detyens.com gas servicing, scienti? c research and education, ? sheries and broadcast ? lming. As part of Deep Ocean’s efforts to bring

  • MT Jul-19#42  the years, and even during oil industry  track record)
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    retrieval and decommissioning of their mooring new acoustic release mooring connector, that builds on their systems. Throughout the years, and even during oil industry track record of designing and installing hundreds of mooring downturns, the company has continuously focused on in- systems across the globe