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Subsea

Foundocean 05 2010 a
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As a subsea and offshore cementing specialist for the global energy construction industries, FoundOcean’s main activity is fixing structures to the seabed by foundation grouting.

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Grayloc 05 2010 a
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Operating today as an Oceaneering International Inc. company, Grayloc Products is a global provider of critical service clamp connectors for a wide range of industries, applications and environments including the oil and gas sector.

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Aker Solutions 03 2008 a
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Aker Solutions’ subsea business has been one of the leading participants in the development and deployment of this new open system architecture designed for subsea production and process control, and is keen to demonstrate the immense power and flexibility of the new system to the industry.

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Red7 06 2010 a
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Red7Marine is one of the industry’s leading providers of offshore, maritime and inland subsea engineering and marine construction services.

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Oliver Valves 10 2009 a
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Oliver Valves was established by mechanical and production engineer Michael Oliver in 1979 from the garage of his family home.

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AGR 02 2009 a
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AGR Drilling Services, part of the AGR Group, is one of a collection of companies unified through a strong tradition of innovation and professionalism.

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Imenco 02 2008 a
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Established in 1979, Imenco specialises in solving problems for the offshore and subsea industry

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nymo 07 2009 a
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The roots of AS Nymo can be traced back to 1946 when it was established as a workshop, which it remained for ten years before JJ Ugland, (under whose ownership it has remained) acquired it.

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Neptun 08 2009 a
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With the aim of providing safe operations, Neptun Subsea supplies ROVs and personnel for permanent and project-based operations worldwide

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Rapp Marine 01 2008 a
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Rapp Marine’s long and successful history began in the early 20th century, following the combined interests of the Swiss engineer Ferdinand Münz and Norwegian shipping tycoon Fred Olsen.

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