- Evolution Commercial. BROWN, MIKE // Ausmarine;Jan2013, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p34
The article announces that Evolution Commercial, Western Australiaâ€™s boat builder company has received Ausmarine's Best Refitter Award, 2012 for converting a single engine lobster boat into a twin and then converting it into a pilot-crew-workboat with pusher bow.
- 'KEM 1'. BROWN, MIKE // Ausmarine;Oct2014, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p28
The article offers information on Kem 1, a wind farm service vessel/offshore support vessel, built by Evolution Commercial.
- 'Leicon 7' and 'Leicon 8'. BROWN, MIKE // Ausmarine;Apr2013, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p5
The article features the Leicon 7 and Leicon 8 twin-engine multi-purpose work boats as crew change, line and pusher boats from Evolution Commercial.
- Neptune Marine. // BRW;6/24/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p64
The article reports on the trading of more than a third of the shares of offshore infrastructure company Neptune Marine on the stock exchange in May 2010, according to data from StockAnalysis.
- Evolution Commercial. Brown, Mike // Ausmarine;Apr2012, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p20
The article features vessels manufacturer Evolution Commercial, a newly established Western Australian company that offers refit and conversion services and new-building. The company is led by Mark Stothard and Jurien Van Rongen and is based at the waterfront premises of SBF Shipbuilders at...
- Australian Seabed Survey: Finding Out What's Down Under. Fournier, Patrick // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Apr2011, Vol. 238 Issue 4, p82
The article reports on the seabed survey conducted by the integrated engineering solutions provider Neptune Marine Services Ltd. at the North West Shelf region of Australia. It mentions that the subsidiary of the company, Neptune Geomatics, was awarded with a contract to survey the seabed. It...
- Back from the stack. Singh, Gurdip // Offshore;Nov2009, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p66
The article focuses on the upgraded drillship named Neptune Explorer in Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore. Neptune Marine Services Ltd. president Hans Van Royen says that upgrading the drillship to operate in 5,000 feet depth of water costs 340 million dollars. It was originally designed to...
- Dry Underwater Welding Technology Dives to New Depths. // Welding Journal;Jan2010, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p12
The article reports that Neptune Marine Services Ltd. has announced its patented NEPSYS dry underwater welding technology which qualified to 70 meters of seawater during research and development (R&D) testing at the National Hyperbaric Center in Aberdeen, Scotland. The NEPSYS R&D test program...
- Neptune Marine Performs Underwater Ship Repair. // Welding Journal;Sep2006, Vol. 85 Issue 9, p14
The article reports that Neptune Marine Services Ltd. has been selected to perform an underwater welding repair to partially laden 70,000 DWT panamax coal carrier at Gladstone, North Queensland, Queensland. The carrier was being loaded with coal when a substantial crack was discovered along a...