Peter Brussee

Hello, my name is Peter. As Sales Manager at DeRegt Cables, I am responsible for the divisions ROV and Oil & Gas.
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The future of ROV cable solutions - meet our new ROV Sales Manager Matthieu Scheffers

Mar 26, 2020 1:07:15 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV, ROV Cables, ROV innovations, News

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ROVs are at the cutting edge of technology and DeRegt is thrilled to be expanding further into this field, through the addition of Matthieu Scheffers to our team.

From diversification to interdependence, this interview goes into Matthieu’s aims as a new leader in cable solutions for ROVs. 

Read all about his take on ROVs and DeRegt, and his ambitions for the future of ROV cable solutions here.

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How to write great cable requirements

Feb 11, 2020 12:29:30 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in Oil & Gas, Deep-sea cables, Cable design, Cable solutions, Cable specification, Cable requirements

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The oil & gas sector is a widely varied field, with a whole range of cable requirements. Each system has different conditions, risks and possibilities. At DeRegt we want to help you find the perfect cable for your situation, which is why we want to give you all the information you need to specify your requirements. 

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Peter Brussee: new work class ROV innovations by DeRegt cables

Dec 11, 2019 11:23:00 AM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV

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Improving the performance and cutting the cost of deploying work-class ROVs – two key priorities for manufacturers and operators of remotely-operated vehicles, both of which DeRegt is addressing with its new cable solutions.

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Blue Nodules: harvesting at 5.5km depth

Oct 8, 2019 9:54:00 AM / by Peter Brussee posted in Naval cables, Innovation, Raw materials, Subsea, Deep-sea cables, Deep sea mining

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The EU aims to reduce dependency on imports of raw materials. Large quantities of raw materials can be found in deep sea Polymetallic Nodules. Polymetallic Nodules contain relatively high concentrations of Nickel, Copper and Cobalt.

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Increase the lifetime of your ROV Cables: Increase lifetime, minimise downtime (10 Tips).

Sep 26, 2019 1:17:00 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV Cables

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Cables are one of the most important parts of a system in different industrial applications. It’s essential that work-class ROV operators purchase these cables from a high-quality cable manufacturer. 

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An uptick in oil & gas development and other thoughts from OTC 2019

May 23, 2019 3:18:02 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV, Oil & Gas, Naval cables, Umbilical products, Umbilical cables, Flexible terminations, Dynamic cable design, Cable solutions, lightweight solutions, lightweight hybrid umbilical cables, dynamic tether

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The annual Offshore Technology Conference provides a great way to catch up with old and new customers and get a feel for what’s happening in offshore oil & gas. As in other years, we joined forces with other Sercel group companies to show the multidisciplinary fit across the group. As well as DeRegt, we had Metrolog and GRC all on one booth at the heart of the exhibition area. A great position to check the pulse. 

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An unusual request from 200km off the Norwegian coast- an interview with Aker Solutions

Mar 19, 2019 12:37:07 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in Oil & Gas, Naval cables, Umbilical products, Bespoke marine cables, Heidrun platform, Subsea cables, Umbilical cables

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Aker Solutions came to DeRegt with an unusual request. Aker is responsible for the maintenance of a floating concrete tension-leg platform, installed over a subsea template with 56 well slots. The rig is named Heidrun, and produces oil and gas from a depth of 2,300 metres. It is located about 200 km off the middle of the Norwegian coast.

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Less failure, better performance. The answer? The right ROV cable !

Jul 24, 2018 11:19:09 AM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV innovations

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Right now, 1,100 work-class ROVs worldwide are doing their work underwater. They’re used for various tasks, such as repairs and maintenance, trench digging, drilling and building constructions such as subsea trees near drilling wells. Because these activities are taking place at increasingly great depths, ROV manufacturers face the challenge of coming up with innovative solutions. Replacing existing cables is a compelling option.

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