Oceaneering International’s Rotator business has launched a new high-performance Topside Chemical Throttle Valve (T-CTV) for multiple industries including oil and gas, chemical processing, wastewater treatment, medical, and pharmaceutical. The T-CTV leverages existing field-proven technology to address operational requirements for efficient topside chemical dosing.
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TDI-Brooks International, Inc. will be deploying two of their oceanographic research vessels to the East Coast of the US in support of US Wind’s MarWin offshore wind project off the coast of Maryland.
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics announces that its SM200 wireless helm system is installed and finding successful use aboard two sister U.S.-flag articulated tug-barge (ATB) tugboats.
Intermateable with other NATO STANAG 4695 connectors, the field-ready Fischer UltiMate™ 80 connector comes in two layouts featuring 6 or 7 signal and power contacts (size 08) with up to AWG 22.
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company, reports that Quincy, Massachusetts based Dive Technologies Inc. (“Dive”) recently completed successful sea trials of Kraken’s Miniature Synthetic Aperture Sonar (MINSAS 120) integrated onto Dive’s Large Displacement Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (DIVE-LD).
The Ocean Startup Project has launched its second Ocean Startup Challenge. Up from last year’s $350,000 in prize money, the 2021 edition of the competition will award up to $1.4 million to ocean innovators and entrepreneurs from rural, Indigenous and urban communities, across Canada and internationally.
ChampionX has secured two contracts worth a combined £2.8 million ($3.9 USD), to deliver its next generation, non-toxic chemicals to two major North Sea operators.