For much of their working lives, Aberdeenshire-based subsea engineering firm Aleron’s Mike Bisset and John Walker were in direct competition.
A Bristol-headquartered subsea technology firm has announced the opening of a new Scottish office as part of its £1 million expansion into the North Sea energy sector.
An energy service ROV firm has staked its claim in Scotland with a number of executive hires across its business in Edinburgh.
A Highland firm has for the first time revealed details of its “long road” to resurrect a subsea trials and remotely operated vehicle (ROV) business at Fort William.
A video has emerged online of an ROV which has been washed up on an unknown beach.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
Subsea equipment firm Ashtead Technology has signed a global lease pact with a subsidiary of Oceaneering.
A north-east firm, which provides the use of underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), has announced the purchase of the entire fleet of 28 systems from M2 Subsea.
OEG Offshore has delivered several contracts for Remotely Operated Vehicle control modules worth £1.8 million.
The Singapore subsidiary of Mermaid Maritime has successfully secured a third and fourth quarter pipeline repair air-diving contract worth an estimated $5 million.
Pupils from Keith Grammar School will jet off to the US after being crowned champions during heats of a global competition held at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Aberdeenshire-based ROV solutions provider Aleron Ltd has won two contracts in North Africa.
A newly merged trans-Atlantic subsea partnership between two companies has secured a contract in North Africa - a region which neither firm had operated in previously.
In this latest Q&A, WeSubsea discusses what it’s like to operate in downturn, where they’re targeting growth and what’s next in line for the firm.
It was during the 2016 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston that Energy broke the news that M2 Subsea was being put together to compete in the ROV (remotely operated vehicle) and related services marketplace.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) said it has carried out four successful ROV (remotely operated underwater vehicle) dives and has acquired depth data near the Voring Spur in the western Norwegian Sea.
DOF Subsea has been awarded several ROV and diving contracts for its Skandi Achiever in the North Sea and the North America region, securing utilisation of the vessel until the end of October 2016.
Two energy industry specialists have joined forces to bring a new integrated vessel and ROV package to market.
Fugro has been awarded a contract by Indian oil and gas company, ONGC, for the provision of ROV services on board the drillship Sagar Vijay.
Energy analysts Douglas Westwood have forecast the market for the operation of work-class ROVs to total more than $14billion from now until 2019. The findings represent a 19% increase on the previous five-year period. However the findings revealed some difficult conditions in the near-term market with weaker dayrates and lower levels of utilisation.
Advances in remotely operated vehicle (ROV) technology and the challenges posed by a difficult marketplace will be among the topics under the spotlight at Subsea UK’s 2015 ROV Conference in Aberdeen on Friday. The event, which takes place at the Village Hotel, in Kingswells, will welcome industry experts to debate global market outlook, deepwater construction, trenching and mining and operational efficiencies.