The black-tie event will take place on 12 February 2020 at P&J Live in Aberdeen, UK, during Subsea Expo – Europe’s largest subsea focused exhibition and conference.
Ocean Infinity will be deploying technology to conduct 2D Ultra High-Resolution Seismic surveys and Seabed Soil Sampling in Block 32 and Block 17.
The survey was performed in August in water depths of 600 m using the Fugro Equator, a dedicated geophysical survey vessel, and the Fugro ES-V AUV, and completed with zero HSSE incidents.
The newly elected board will operate under the leadership of chairman, Bill Edgar, and chief executive, Neil Gordon, with a focus on ensuring the UK is represented across the global subsea industry.
Effective immediately, the new partnership is a global non-exclusive agreement that will see InterMoor support Neodrill with project execution, installation services and business development of its CAN technology.
Under this contract, Unique Group will design, manufacture and deliver a classed saturation diving system to be integrated on COOEC’s vessel, including technical support during and post installation.
Energy companies using the system will be able to access a reliable supply of up to 100 MW of power over distances of up to 600 km and at a depth of 3000 m via a single cable, paving the way for greater access to offshore hydrocarbons.
An automated, remotely monitored and controlled, intelligent system closes the loop on water management while increasing efficiency and reducing risk.
The new recommended practice aims to streamline manufacturing processes and significantly reduce lead-time and cost.
As much as 1.2 billion bbl of oil could be held within the deposit, with up to 35% recoverable according to Springfield Group.