Charity Summer Ball Hailed a Success

Over 300 tickets were sold before the event, aimed at raising vital funds for the charities.  Both DeepOcean UK and JDR Cable Systems are committed to raising money in support of local charities and the glittering Summer Ball raised £15,607 which will be split equally between the charities. Of the 17 incredible auction items, it […]

The Technip-DeepOcean PRS joint venture awarded frame agreement by Statoil

This agreement will ensure pipeline contingency for the PRS Pool members currently covering up to 15,000 kilometers of pipeline. The scope of work includes: The management, administration, operation and maintenance of the PRS equipment. Mobilisation/demobilisation and offshore operations related to the use of the PRS equipment. Studies, engineering, procurement and fabrication for PRS Pool The […]

DeepOcean to inspect the Dong Energy’s Subsea assets

“Winning this IRM and ROV inspection contract in fierce competition with other established subsea contractors show our competitiveness in finding suitable spreads for our clients’ requirements. Danish sector has been a target for us in the North Sea, and with this contract we are strengthening our presence in the region” says Commercial Director Rolf Ivar […]

DeepOcean continues to invest in Conversion Programme for Subsea Engineers

In 2013, to support their recruitment strategy, DeepOcean UK identified an opportunity to attract highly competent and experienced Engineers from other industry sectors, and provide them with the skills required for a successful career in the subsea industry. This programme complements its on-going Junior Equipment Technician and Graduate Development Programmes, highlighting DeepOcean’s continued commitment to […]

Subsea support vessel MV Deep Helder launched at Foxhol Yard, Groningen

Vessel will be equipped with Survey and ROV systems, an offshore crane and 3 moonpools. Vessel is ready  for operations by July this year. A total of  50 personnel can be accommodated on the vessel. “Deep Helder” will be a cost effective vessel that we plan to operate on Survey (Geophysics, Inspection & Geotechnical) , […]

DeepOcean acquires a 50% interest in ADUS

ADUS, originally a spin out from the University of St Andrews and Dundee University, has rapidly acquired a global reputation in the marine salvage market for its stunning subsea 3D visualisations. The company is known for such high profile work as the survey of the wreck of the oil rig Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf […]

DeepOcean Awarded Major Trenching Contract

DeepOcean’s scope of work includes pre-lay survey, pre-lay grapnel run, post-trench survey and trenching of over 560km of HVDC cable in water depths up to 165m. DeepOcean will utilize its PCP2 power cable plough to trench approximately 425km of cable, which will be deployed from the Go Pegasus vessel, chartered by DeepOcean. Jet Trenching of […]

DeepOcean Charters New Build Cable Lay Vessel

The DOC 8500 will extend DeepOcean’s capabilities in the larger cable laying end of the market, representing a new focus on Interconnector projects, in addition to oil & gas sector and renewables work. The specially-equipped vessel will be delivered from the Damen Galati yard in Romania. Owned and operated by Maersk Supply Service, the vessel […]

DeepOcean To Enter The Offshore Geotechnical Market

“The Offshore Geotechnical Services market is undersupplied and DeepOcean through its strategic alliance with Geoquip and its relationships with key customers worldwide, is well positioned to become a preferred geotechnical service provider and a viable alternative to the current segment leader in the Greater North Sea”, says DeepOcean CEO Bart Heijermans. “We have several vessels […]

DeepOcean to Inspect the Nord Stream pipelines

“Winning the Nord Stream pipeline inspection contract in the Baltic Sea has been a key target for us” says Commercial Director Rolf Ivar Sørdal. “DeepOcean has a very strong track record in the inspection of subsea pipeline systems running from Norway to UK and mainland Europe as well as similar systems crossing the Mediterranean and […]