Aberdeen-based subsea equipment supply firm Seatronics has today announced a £1.5 million investment in hydrographic survey systems to capitalise on the growing offshore windfarm sector.
Almost 20 North Sea oil and gas companies were recognised for the work they’ve undertaken to ensure healthier working lives for staff at the NHS Grampian Healthy Working Lives Awards.
Subsea services company Acteon Group has reported a plunge into the red as the oil price slump of 2014/15 continued to hurt business.
A group of subsea companies have joined forces to trial a technique that can speed up underwater mapping.
Seatronics has formed a new partnership agreement with Force Technology.
Bibby Offshore has dished out a contract to Seatronics for the supply of subsea rental equipment.
Marine equipment company Sonardyne International UK yesterday tied up a deal to supply Seatronics with £1million-worth of its 6G acoustic positioning technology. The order was placed at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on day two of Europe’s biggest offshore energy industry event, Subsea Expo 2015, which finishes today. It is not the first contract Sonardyne has managed to secure at this year’s installment of the expo.