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Future Challenges for the Engineering Industry

The engineering industry is a complex field of expertise, and it is involved in multiple aspects of our daily lives, from heating our homes to keeping us connected to the internet. Countless parts of our everyday lives are supported by engineering. But as the times change, more is being demanded fr ...

stephen avv


Posted 9 months agoOpinion > Engineeringengineering industryregulations +7

OPITO Inspires the Next Generation at Subsea Expo

OPITO, the global, not-for-profit energy skills organisation, in collaboration with Subsea UK hosted an Energise Your Future at Subsea Expo today (13 February 2020), with the aim of engaging local young people and showing them how they can play a part in the long-term success of the industry. More ...

Saffron Cummings


Posted 9 months agoPress > energy industryOPITO GlobalOil and Gas +23

Hydro Group secures Japanese business partner

International underwater connectivity manufacturer Hydro Group has established a new partnership with Japanese electrical and optical products company Riken Dengu Seizo Co., Ltd. The Tokyo-headquartered firm will be the official distributor and business partner for Hydro Group's subsea connectivit ...

Sofiane Kennouche


Posted 1 year agoPress > Hydro GroupRiken Dengu SeizoSubsea Engineering +6

Hydro Group reaches previously uncharted depths of 650 MSW with approved penetrators

Subsea connectivity specialist Hydro Group is the first engineering firm in the world to offer manned submersible electrical penetrators type-approved for use at a working depth of up to 650 MSW (Metre sea water). The penetrators, used on diving bell and deck decompression chamber (DDC) systems, r ...

Sofiane Kennouche


Posted 1 year agoPress > Subsea EngineeringMetre sea waterMeter sea water +10

Offshore Comeback Means More People Needed in Subsea Engineering

Falling subsea engineering employee numbers have been the reality over the last four years. However, with the cost cuts E&P companies made during the downturn coupled with the recent increase in the price of oil, we see a number of offshore projects in the pipeline. This will require a significant ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > OffshoreRystad EnergySubsea +5