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High-strength tow cables

Use highly specialised steel wire, giving exceptional yield strength and high degree of corrosion resistance

ROVs enter the seismic market

Electric ROVs have seen a major shift in both size and work capability

Umbilicals and electromechanical cables

Highly engineered umbilicals, electromechanical cables, synthetic rope and steel cable solutions for use in harsh environments

 

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Air gun umbilical systems

Many seismic survey companies operate air gun umbilical systems obtained from a variety of manufacturers and find it increasingly difficult to maintain or repair them

Internal and external inspection of submerged pipelines

Pipelines are used throughout the world to transport various substances, such as natural gas and oil, over long distances. While pipelines run both over land and sea, Thomas Petersson will focus on submerged pipelines.

Navigation system which uses ring laser technology

Navigation system which uses ring laser technology

Mid-span cable attachment provides superior holding strength and bend protection

Towing multiple seismic arrays in the search for oil requires a reliable, high-strength, mid-span attachment point for paravanes and floats

Cable protection is stronger, lighter and more versatile

With environmental issues and energy saving being hot topics in our current climate, you would not think that a cable fairing would be something that would spring to mind in either of those categories. Alan Cooper reports

Seismic package has 'extreme' channel count point-receiver

Jeremy Cresswell looks at the pick of what's new on the seismic technologies block

LED lanterns mark coral reef

Tideland Signal's SolaMAX-155 lanterns will mark the coral reef around Rodrigues Island in the Indian Ocean

Sensor upgrades for deepwater survey AUVs

Tony George presents a comparison of data collected with the first and second generation autonomous underwater vehicles

Understanding the importance of cable cleats in offshore industries

Richard Shaw discusses the dangers posed by incorrectly cleated cables.

768 fibre optic sub-sea riser cable sets new world record

Einar Magnus Bjelland and Jon-Steinar Andreassen look at the scope of work for the 768 fibre riser cable, including the arrangements for the pull-in operation

Metocean monitoring milestone

Fugro GEOS reaches a record total of a hundred simultaneous deployed oceanographic moorings

Semi-submersible vehicle for shallow coastal waters

Semi-submersible vehicles have hollow shaft angle sensors to maximise space

Innovative approach to delivering integrated seismic PRM

Stingray Geophysical Limited has adopted an innovative approach to providing integrated seismic permanent reservoir monitoring

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