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EXXONMOBILE ISSUES CALL FOR EOI FOR SOEP ABANDONMENT

by wade on March 4, 2014

(Halifax, NS,  3 March 2014) ExxonMobil is seeking expressions of interest for abandoning the Sable Offshore Energy Project but doesn’t know when that might happen.

“We expect well (plug and abandonment) planning work to begin in 2015,” company spokesman Merle MacIsaac said in an interview Friday.
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$6.15 MILLION FOR NEW OFFSHORE OPERATIONS SIMULATOR AT MARINE INSTITUTE

by wade on January 19, 2014

(St. John's, NL; 16 Jan. 2014) A new simulator facility at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland will provide offshore operators with advanced and customized training for the supply and support of offshore facilities and production platforms.
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OFFSHORE UK WIND-POWER SUPPLY-CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES

by wade on December 18, 2013

Members of the Ocean Technology Cluster who have products or services that might find an application in the UK’s offshore wind supply chain, havew an open invitaion from Dr Lee Thornton, Trade Commissioner for Ocean Technologies with the Canadian High Commission to London. He will be exhibiting at the Offshore Wind and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition January 28 - 29, 2014. And he has offered to display your promotional literature at that booth
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PETROBRAS ISSUES TENDERS TO CHARTER 10 ROV SUPPORT SHIPS

by wade on December 18, 2013

Three Petrobras tenders for chartering support ships are causing a stir in the market for Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) in Brazil. The bidding involves 10 ships, which implies a total of 20 ROVs. This means that over the next year there will be an increase of approximately 15% in the number of systems currently mobilized in Brazil – there are approximately 120 in operation today.
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LOOKNorth CALL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING TECHNOLOGY PROPOSALS

by wade on December 18, 2013

LOOKNorth is soliciting proposals from small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), researchers and academics based in Canada. Proposals are sought for technology demonstration projects, technology development projects that promote advancement of technology towards commercial readiness, and capability studies for remote sensing and in-situ monitoring technologies that can add significant value in the sustainable development of Canada’s Northern, offshore and oil sands resources.   Program Description Read more.