Shearwater unveils seismic source technology for deeper imaging

Norwegian seismic exploration company Shearwater GeoServices has unveiled a new seismic source technology for enhanced subsurface characterization known as Harmony. The technology provides seismic surveys with enhanced low frequencies enabling better decisions for exploration, development, and carbon storage monitoring applications, Shearwater said. According to the company, Harmony has multiple applications, as it provides deeper seismic... Continue Reading →

TechnipFMC targets composite pipe tech with Magma Global buy

TechnipFMC has completed the acquisition of outstanding shares of Magma Global with an aim to accelerate the development of composite pipe technologies for conventional energy and CO2 applications. TechnipFMC originally acquired an interest in Magma in 2018, combining its experience in flexible pipe technology with Magma’s composite capabilities to develop a disruptive composite pipe solution... Continue Reading →

Construction begins on multi-megawatt scale baseload H2 power plant in French Guiana

(H2Tech) Ballard Power Systems unveiled that its partner, Hydrogene de France (HDF Energy), commenced construction of the CEOG Renewstable Power Plant (CEOG) in French Guiana. CEOG is the world's first multi-megawatt, baseload hydrogen power plant, and the largest green hydrogen storage of intermittent renewable electricity sources. Also, CEOG is the first order for a new... Continue Reading →

Subsea Vehicles: To Be (resident), or Not to Be?

(OE) That’s the question? Or, more specifically, are there alternative ways of delivering robotics to where they’re needed without having to have seabed docking stations? Elaine Maslin takes a look.  The idea for some kind of resident subsea vehicle has been around for some time. From BP’s considerations in 1986 for an integrated ROV launch... Continue Reading →

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