Nansha dredging goes high-tech

The largest dredging vessels in the world are at work in Nansha The Port of Nansha is thinking big, and big plans require big equipment. It’s therefore no surprise that China’s largest trailer suction hopper […]

Wind farm maintenance robot wins funding

A project involving the Universities of Bristol, Manchester, and Royal Holloway, along with Wootzano, a British company specialising in the development of electronic skin for robots, has been awarded GBP4.2 million (USD5.3 million) in government funding. The […]

New data development to improve seabed mapping

Geotechnical service provider Fugro has provided more than 110,000 km2 of high-resolution bathymetry data to improve quality and coverage of seabed mapping in the North Atlantic Ocean. The bathymetry data, which roughly covers an area the […]

Rotech Subsea's TRS1 controlled flow excavation tool. Credit: Rotech Subsea

Rotech gets nod for North Sea cable rejig

Innovative subsea equipment developer Rotech Subsea has won a contract from Boskalis Subsea Cables & Flexibles for work on North Sea windfarm cables. Work at the undisclosed location in the North Sea’s southern sector will […]

Damen to produce new aggregate dredger

Aggregates production company Hanson has given Damen Shipyards green light to build a new marine aggregate dredger, MAD 3500, to join its fleet. The MAD 3500’s limited dimensions are suited to operate within the Shoreham […]

Subsea power grids undergo final testing

Electrical equipment and automation provider ABB and industrial manufacturing company Siemens are in the final stages of testing their subsea power-distribution stations. The stations connect to a topside or above-water generator, such as a wind […]