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Leading Provider of Hazardous Area Systems in Ghana

Are you looking for a provider of Hazardous Area Systems in Ghana? Please visit Your Industry Profile to get a complete list of our oil and gas manufacturers and suppliers.

BASF to invest in a world scale acrylic acid complex in Brazil

BASF will invest in a world-scale production site for acrylic acid, butyl acrylate and superabsorbent polymers (SAP) in Camaçari, Bahia, Brazil. It will be the first acrylic acid and superabsorbents plant in South America. With an investment volume of more than €500 million, it is the largest investment in BASF’s century-long history in South America. Read more…

Leading provider of Subsea Electronics Module (SEM) in the West Africa

Are you looking for a provider of Subsea Electronics Module (SEM) in the West Africa? RCC Controls are a leading supplier of Subsea Electronics Module (SEM) throughout West Africa. Read more…

Leading Provider of Underwater Markers – Aquasign in Europe

Are you looking for a provider of Underwater Markers in Europe? <st1:place
Champion Environ are a leading supplier of Underwater Markers throughout Europe.


Champion Environ’s environmentally friendly anti-fouling subsea marking systems have been used in the oil and gas industry for nearly three decades. These products have been used on more than 800 oilfield projects globally making them the premier subsea marker solution for oil production engineers and designers. <st1:place
Aquasign® has an exceptional and long lasting resistance to marine bio-fouling, making it ideal for high visibility identification, orientation and positional markings. The marker system does not utilise toxic biocides or metallic compounds; as such they are truly environmentally friendly. <st1:place
It is increasingly important that routine production operations, in addition to inspection, maintenance and easy monitoring of repair works, can be carried out quickly, safely and efficiently. Champion Environ’s markers systems allow quick and precise diver and/or ROV orientation and identification of vital subsea elements, and easy monitoring of the state of moveable controls.

Aquasign® is guaranteed to remain free from marine bio-fouling and highly visible for at least 30 years, the projected service life is 50 years, therefore providing an effective solution throughout the life of the asset.

Subsea markers are commonly used in following areas:

IDENTIFICATION – valves, electrical or fluid connectors, etc.

ORIENTATION – indicating locations or elevation levels on fixed/floating platforms, manifolds, etc.

POSITIONAL – ROV levers, valves, chokes etc.

Markers can also be supplied with integrated RFID, 2D and 3D bar codes; AquasignPlus.

Our customers have different terminology for our product.

    • Underwater markers
    • Underwater signs
    • Underwater nameplate
    • Subsea markers
    • Subsea signs
    • Subsea nameplate
    • Seamarks or Seamarkers
    • Antifouling labels or decals

Aquasign® encompasses all of these!

For more information on Champion Environ, please visit their website.

Click here to view the Aquasign profile

or, alternatively, please visit their listing in Your Subsea News.

Giant 10MW Britannia wind turbine project shelved

The government and the Crown Estate have attempted to downplay concerns about its investment in the UK’s fledgling offshore wind industry, after plans to build a giant 10MW turbine in Newcastle were this week shelved. Read more…

Petrofac announces interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2011

Petrofac Limited (Petrofac, the group or the Company), a leading international provider of facilities solutions to the oil & gas production and processing industry, today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2011. Read more…

Google begins Amazon river Street View project

Google is expanding its Street View service into some of the world’s most remote places. Read more…

Hewlett-Packard shares fall 20% on bid for Autonomy

Shares in Hewlett-Packard have fallen sharply on news that it is buying UK software firm Autonomy and may sell its PC business. Read more…

Intel recruits sci-fi writers to dream up future tech

Chip maker Intel has commissioned leading science fiction authors to pen short stories that imagine future uses for the firm’s technology. Read more…

Storing Wind Energy as Hydrogen

Wind turbines capture the energy contained in wind. The turbine rotates a shaft which powers an electric generator. The electricity that flows from the generator can go to the wind farm’s grid connection to be consumed immediately or go to storage. We have previously discussed the advantages of storage. Let’s look at storage using hydrogen. Read more…

Amyris Signs Multi-Year Contract to Supply Renewable Squalane to Nikko Chemicals

Amyris, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMRS) announced it has signed a multi-year supply agreement for several hundred tons of Amyris renewable squalane with Nikko Chemicals Co., Ltd. for distribution in the Japanese market. Read more…

Semiconductor and solar PV merger one step closer

The merger between Applied Materials and Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, a provider of ion implantation equipment for semiconductor chips and solar photovoltaic (PV) modules, is one step closer to finalisation. Read more…

Astronergy Partners with Solar Park Co., Ltd. to Invest in Solar Farms in Thailand

Astronergy (a Chint company) announced its new plans to invest in solar farms in Thailand with its partner, Solar Park Co., Ltd., expecting commercial operation on December 30, 2011. Read more…

Ocean Power Technologies Deploys Autonomous PowerBuoy for US Navy Maritime Security Program

Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: OPTT) (“OPT” or “the Company”), a leading wave energy technology company, is pleased to announce the deployment for sea trials of a unique autonomous wave energy device, marking an important milestone in the expansion of the Company’s PowerBuoy product line. Read more…

Norway’s SN Power Acquires Brazil Hydropower Stake for $440 Million

SN Power, a hydropower project developer majority-owned by the Norwegian utility Statkraft AS, bought 41 percent of Desenvix SA for $440 million to expand its Brazilian operations. Read more…

Southwest Windpower gets GL certification

Southwest Windpower has received GL Renewables Certification for its2.4 kW Skystream 3.7, 50/60 Hz small wind turbine. Read more…

SoloPower Receives $197 Million Loan Guarantee from U.S. DOE to Build Thin Film Photovoltaic Module Facilities

SoloPower, a San Jose, California-based manufacturer of flexible thin film solar cells and modules, announced today that it has received a $197 million loan guarantee from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Loan Programs Office. The guarantee will support the construction and operation of three facilities that are expected to produce approximately 400MW of state-of-the art thin film photovoltaic modules annually. Read more…

SN Power takes over Enerpar in Brazil

Hydropower development company SN Power has bought Energias do Paraná Ltda (Enerpar) from Norske Skog Group for BRL120 million (~US$70m). Read more…

Leading Provider of Aftercoolers in Norway

Are you looking for a provider of Aftercoolers in Norway? Coates Offshore are a leading supplier of Aftercoolers in Norway and throughout Europe. Read more…

Yingli Green Energy reports second quarter 2011 results

Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (NYSE: YGE) (“Yingli Green Energy” or the “Company”), a leading solar energy company and one of the world’s largest vertically integrated photovoltaic manufacturers, which markets its products under the brand “Yingli Solar,” today announced its unaudited consolidated financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2011. Read more…

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