Innovators: Offshore Energy

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Dave Murrin on CARD-Part 1 of 2

October 17, 2011

PART 1 of 2: In July of 2011 Hibernia, Terra Nova, and RDC announced funding for the Centre for Arctic Resource Development (CARD) to bring together industrial, academic, and technology partners from all over the world to work on medium- to long-term research specifically focussed on resource development in the Arctic.    Read more.

Innovative Subsea Surveillance

by wade on September 27, 2011

The subsea environment poses a set of technological challenges unlike anything that the surface can present.   Read more.

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Pro-Dive Marine takes Delivery of Powerful New Panther ROV

by wade on August 15, 2011

Pro-Dive Marine Services is the first company in Canada to take delivery of the powerful new Panther XT Plus work ROV manufactured by Saab Seaeye. David Squires, president of Newfoundland-based Pro-Dive, believes the new design of ROV will add a significant work resource to Canada’s East Coast offshore operations.   Read more.

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PRAC Presentation to the Marine Technology Society AGM

by wade on July 25, 2011

As President of PRAC, David Finn provides leadership and strategic direction for all the organization’s petroleum research and development activities in the Atlantic Region. Based in PRAC’s St. John’s office, Mr. Finn has more than 20 years in research and has been an active member of the Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association.  He is also a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. He was invited this year to the Marine Technology Society AGM to provide an overview of his organization and the research and development they support.   Read more.

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Hibernia and Terra Nova Projects, RDC fund new Centre for Arctic Resource Development at C-CORE

by Admin on June 29, 2011

St. John’s, NL (20 June 2011) -- C-CORE, an international leader in research and development based at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador, is launching a major new initiative to help unlock the potential of the Arctic’s rich – and largely untapped – natural resources, thanks to $16.5 million in combined funding announced today by the Hibernia and Terra Nova projects and the Research & Development Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador (RDC). Read more.