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The Importance of Correct Handling to Prevent Subsea Cable Damage

Apr 26, 2023 9:30:25 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Subsea cables, Cable specification, Cable requirements

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Proper cable handling is essential for ensuring the longevity and reliability of your cables. Whether you are shipping, moving, unpacking, or storing them, any mishandling can result in damage that can be time-consuming and costly to fix or replace.

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Designing and prototyping a dynamic umbilical for your Renewable Energy project

Apr 5, 2023 9:08:09 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Cable design

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Within the renewable energy industry, power transmission is an important aspect. A great variety of cables, both static and dynamic umbilicals, is being used for that purpose. With the rise of wave energy conversion systems and offshore floating wind, there has been renewed interest in dynamic umbilicals / power export cables. 

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Honghai & DeRegt: Improving Customer Satisfaction with cable expertise

Feb 3, 2023 11:07:18 AM / by Marco Cano posted in ROV, ROV Cables

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In subsea projects, deck equipment should be qualitative and prevent downtime - especially if used offshore for weeks or even months. Deck equipment that doesn’t work properly dramatically impacts customer satisfaction rates. A company that works hard to improve its customer experience is Honghai Marine. Honghai is an integrator and service provider of deck equipment for oceanographic research ships.

 
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Marine Cables for Seismic Surveys: Securing a Sustainable Energy Supply

Jan 24, 2023 9:45:09 AM / by Nicole van Leeuwen-Becht posted in Seismic, Seismic source umbilical terminations

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The coming clash between surging energy costs and the global efforts to mitigate climate change with net zero carbon emissions promises to be challenging. Industries that rely on affordable energy to maintain competitiveness will need a quantum leap in clean energy supplies.

 
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Geomil & DeRegt: Reducing downtime while operating at greater depths

Jan 24, 2023 9:44:42 AM / by Marco Cano posted in ROV, ROV Cables

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Subsea projects sometimes take place in the most harsh conditions of the world. A company that is known for its solutions within these harsh environments is Geomil Equipment. They design and manufacture equipment for cone penetration testing methods - a technique to test the bearing capacity of soil, onshore as well as offshore.

 
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Subsea Sustainability Part II: 3 major benefits of re-terminating subsea cables

Jan 24, 2023 9:40:05 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Seismic, Seismic source umbilical terminations, Field Service

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Read Part I here.

 

DeRegt Cables field service engineers have decades of experience repairing and maintaining critical marine cables used for seismic data acquisition and other subsea activities. In Part I, we highlighted sustainable cable re-termination methods practiced by DeRegt Field Service engineers.

 
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Subsea Sustainability Part I: Refurbishing components in subsea cable re-terminations

Jan 24, 2023 9:39:28 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Seismic, Seismic source umbilical terminations, Field Service

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Read Part II here.

 

Downtime of a subsea project can be very expensive, depending on how long the operation’s standstill takes. Field Service’s main goal is to help clients prevent downtime or solve it as quickly as possible. This saves a lot of time - and money.

 
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USVs and AUVs in the ROV Market: Automation on water

Dec 20, 2022 10:35:17 AM / by Marco Cano posted in ROV Cables, ROV innovations

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The drive for more fuel-efficient, sustainable solutions, along with technological improvements, is creating a growing demand for unmanned marine vehicles in many applications. In addition to the more common remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), many of these missions are being carried out by uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs) or autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Often, an ROV works in conjunction with a USV.

 
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The Rise of Electrical ROVs: Benefits and challenges in development

Dec 20, 2022 10:32:26 AM / by Marco Cano posted in ROV Cables, ROV innovations

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The global trend toward a more sustainable and socially responsible world has accelerated the transition to renewable energy in the ROV industry. Though some smaller electric ROVs have become more commonplace in recent years, larger work-class ROVs have historically relied on hydraulics to power their operations. As a result of the drive for sustainability, however, OEMs are beginning to develop fully electric work-class ROVs, or eWROVs.

 
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Sonar Cables: developing the 'next level’

Aug 30, 2022 11:45:00 AM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense, Defense, Subsea, Subsea cables

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The Navy monitors safety at sea worldwide. That’s a tough job in challenging circumstances. Many countries have navy vessels with sonar systems that are equipped with DeRegt cables. These are developed in cooperation with Ultra, a leader in underwater warfare technologies.

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