Article Archives

  • Liberty E-ROV Supporting Subsea IMR with Resident ROV Systems to Reduce Vessel Days and Carbon Footprint
    In the latest issue of Ocean News and Technology, Oceaneering’s Alan Anderson, Jami Cheramie, Casey Glenn, and Kenneth Solbjør discuss how the Liberty E-ROV system delivers integrated subsea IMR campaigns that reduce vessel days and carbon footprint.
  • Photogrammetry How Smartphone Video Helped Repair Damaged Riser Offshore Brazil
    Oceaneering uses ‘video of opportunity’ from smartphone to build an approximate 3D model of a submerged portion of a riser offshore Brazil.
  • Oceaneering Mobile Robotics Introduces New Robots Ozeane, Olfelder und FTS – Wie Passt Das Zusammen?
    Im ersten Moment, geneigte Leserschaft, gar nicht – doch wir brigen Licht ins Dunkel. Der 1964 gegrundete US-Konzern Oceaneering macht rund 2 Mrd. Dollar Umsatz und ist in der unterseeischen Erschlie-Bung von Olfeldern aktiv. Da fossile Energiegtrager, auf Strecke” keine superben Perspektiven bieten, gibt es den Geschafts-bereich Manufacturing Goods
  • Remote Control
    In the latest issue of Underwater Robotics, Oceaneering discusses remote ROV piloting from shore and discuss our recent deployments in the UK.
  • wellhead load relief bop tethering Wellhead Load Relief
    In the latest issue of UT2 Magazine, Oceaneering discusses the Wellhead Load Relief (WLR) BOP Tethering system’s development and case history.
  • Remote Operations Making the Case for Safe, Robust Remote Operations
    In the latest issue of Ocean Robotics (formerly ROV Planet), Oceaneering’s Mark Philip and Nick Rouge discuss remote ROV piloting from shore and discuss our recent deployments in Norway, UK, and the Gulf of Mexico.
  • The Future of Lowering Carbon Emissions and Increasing Worker Safety Through Remote Operations
    In the latest issue of Ocean News and Technology, Oceaneering’s Simao Silva discusses remote ROV piloting from shore and the first use case in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Isurus ROV Update
    Oceaneering designed a specialist vehicle for the renewables industry able to increase the operational window of these niche areas of the East Coast of the USA, North Sea, and East Asia, which are affected by strong currents.
  • SCR Decom New Method for Steel Catenary Riser Decommissioning Reduces Disruption to Topside Operations
    According to analysts, aging platforms have been decommissioned at the rate of 130 per year for the past 10 years, with asset removals outnumbering the new installations being commissioned. This trend is likely to continue in the US given that more than 40% of the approximately 3,700 active platforms on the outer continental shelf are more than 25 years old.