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Co.L.Mar has been a leading provider of subsea leak inspection services for almost two decades, using an innovative acoustic leak detection (ALD) system that is continuously being upgraded to incorporate the latest research and technologies.

Marine Support Vessels

Established 2003, Caspian Offshore Construction LLP (COC), 100% private Kazakhstani entity, is a leading provider of marine offshore support fleet operation and management services in the Caspian Sea.

Offshore safety stats: should mental health be included?

The UK Government has published its safety statistics for 2018, and the figures are a mixed bag. While no fatalities were reported, total injuries reached their highest level since 2015, and there is not a single mention of changes in workers’ mental health. We look at the data and assess what can be done to increase awareness of mental health issues.

UK offshore industry’s “blueprint for net-zero”: cleaning house or greenwashing?

UK offshore industry body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has released a report into how the industry can contribute to the UK’s target of net-zero emissions by 2050, but doubts remain about the body’s commitment to limiting harmful emissions. Here, representatives from OGUK and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), a non-profit group of nearly 250 academics who work to solve pressing issues such as climate change, give their perspective on the roadmap and speak about how the oil and gas industry can contribute to a clean energy transition.

Ultra High-Efficiency Multi-Purpose Film Forming Foam

Fomtec ARC 3x3 S is an ultra high-efficiency multi-purpose film forming foam (3x3). Fomtec ARC 3x3 S shall be used at 3% induction ratio on both hydrocarbon and polar solvents fires using fresh, brackish or seawater.

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