Subsea & Seismic

How Smart Screw Jacks Assist In Maintaining The Tension In Subsea Cable Laying

For submarine cable laying, maintaining tension in the cable within required tolerances is critical during the laying process to minimise the risk of cable damage due to cable cores being crushed or the minimum bend radius being exceeded.

Improving Energy Harvesting In Subsea Operations

Martin Wickett explains how his firm’s novel energy harvesting solution, the WITT (Whatever Input to Torsion Transfer) could have a huge impact on subsea operations.

Seismic projects show worldwide investment

From Africa to Australia and Alaska to South America, seismic survey companies are landing contracts to investigate oil and gas deposits, as Sean Ottewell finds out



Lost US WWII sub scanned in detail

Oil and Gas outfit uses technology for unique archaeology project

Oceaneering International buys new hybrid navigation systems

These will be used in ROVs designed for long term subsea maintenance tasks

NaviSuite Mobula enhances ROV steering

New package gives the mini-ROV segment a greater inspection capacity

Triple energy system installed on vessel

North Sea Giant seeks to cut fuel bills in half

New ROV targets cost cutting

Observation-class machine has enhanced features

Major contract extension in Azerbaijan

Supplier is opening a new facility to support subsea work

New hyperbaric testing facility comes one step closer

This 630m² site will house 2 chambers offering a simulated deep sea environment

Tiny Underwater Acoustic Tracking System

This is designed to support divers

Work starts on Norwegian continental shelf

Mooring equipment and services will include chain, fibre ropes, anchors, connectors…

iXblue technology investment

This global subsea equipment specialist has boosted its rental fleet with an investment of £1 million

Seabed clearance added to trenching scope on Baltic Sea renewables contract

Ecosse Subsea Systems doubles up on Wikinger Offshore Wind Farm Project

Deep-water test tank

Dedicated to testing subsea tooling and survey sensors as well as work-class remotely operated vehicles

Upgrade to autonomous monitoring transponder technology

Sonardyne’s AMT enables users to conduct long endurance, remote monitoring surveys without the need for a surface vessel and ROV to be present throughout the project



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