Citations with the tag: SEACORE Ltd
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- Seacore launches new compact marine drill.
// DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Sep97, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p34
Presents a geotechnical drilling platform from Seacore Ltd. Drilling capacity; Design for flexible mobilization.
- Drilling not boring when cyclone comes roaring.
Byles, Rodney // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Apr2000, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the drilling work of marine contractor Seacore for the construction of a jetty and tanker berth facility in the Gulf of Kachchh, north west India. Challenges encountered by the company during the work; Advantage of the company over competitors; Drilling technique used and details of...
- Drill performs in hostile undersea surveying conditions.
Byles, Rodney // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Jun2001, p9
Reports that Seacore has employed its C100 self-contained modular marine drill to undertake a site investigation for potential gas platform installations in hostile conditions off Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Details on the site conditions; Completion of the investigations.
- Seacore Scores.
Byles, Rodney // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Mar2003, p4
Reports on the sewage outfall pipeline extension and replacement project of Seacore Ltd. in Great Britain. Support of Durocher Dock and Dredge on the project; Location of the pipeline construction; Financial context of the construction project.
- Ready to rumble.
Byles, Rodney // Contract Journal; 3/27/2002, Vol. 412 Issue 6370, p14
Focuses on the replacement of the concrete plinth in Shetland, Scotland by the engineering contractor Seacore in 2002. History of the plinth; Description of structure.
- Northern Light.
Byles, Rodney // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Feb2002, p20
Recounts the experiences in building Rumble Rock, a navigation tower and beacon in Shetland, Scotland. Construction techniques used; Details of the construction process; Involvement of the construction firm Seacore in the project.
- Special Report.
Greeman, Adrian // Contract Journal; 2/14/2007, Vol. 437 Issue 6612, p52
The article reports on the development of the �42 million Kincardine road bridge at Firth of Forth in Scotland. This bridge will supplement an existing crossing, which is an important part of the routes northwards, and an alternative to the Forth Road Bridge when it is closed to heavy goods...
- At Home On Land Or Sea.
Greeman, Adrian // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Dec2002, p11
Introduces the Comacchio crawler drill rig from Seacore. Use of the rig for offshore and land investigation work; Capabilities of the machinery; Features of the rig.
- Putting the wind up.
Greeman, Adrian // International Power Generation; Jun2001, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the progress of building an offshore wind farm in Northumberland, England by Seacore Ltd. Development of the project by Blyth Offshore Wind Ltd.; Estimates of the power output capacity of the win farm; Phases of assembling the facility.
- Storm force.
Byles, Rodney // International Construction; Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 39 Issue 6, paC6
Features marine contractor Seacore's tanker berth construction project in the Gulf of Kachchh, North West India. Challenges presented by a major cyclone, very high temperatures and extensive delays; Vertical castings; Piling process.
- Chicago - Seacore's Kinda Contract.
Williams, Steve // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Apr2002, p10
Reports on the completion of a geotechnical marine site investigation on Lake Michigan by Seacore and Fugro West. Preparation for the site investigation; Methods used in the drilling process of boreholes; Number of boreholes that were drilled by Seacore.
- Orders & Contracts.
Williams, Steve // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; May2003, p10
Reports on marine geotechnical drilling and civil engineering contractor Seacore Ltd.'s completion of five offshore projects in the North Sea for several oil companies.
- Treasure ocean.
Thwaites, Tim // New Scientist; 12/17/2005, Vol. 188 Issue 2530, p40
The article presents information about the efforts to explore mineral deposits beneath the ocean bottoms. This month, Seacore Ltd. will send its drilling ship to the waters around Papua New Guinea and the North Island of New Zealand. There it will drill as deep as 2000 meters beneath the surface...
- Hard Driving.
Thwaites, Tim // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Oct2004, p10
Reports on contractor Seacore's completion of its part of the Gothenburg navigation beacons project in Great Britain. Use of reverse circulation drilling and vibratory pile driving techniques.
- Around & About.
Thwaites, Tim // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Jan2003, p10
Reports developments in the construction industry as of January 2003. Business opening at Warwick by Seacore Limited; Relocation of Schat-Harding in Great Britain.
- Core role at UK's first offshore wind farm.
Thwaites, Tim // European Power News; Feb2001, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the role of specialist marine contractor Seacore Ltd. in, in partnership with AMEC Civil Engineering, in the installation of the first offshore wind power plant in Northumberland, England. Seabed survey; Deep drilling in seabed rock; Installation of monopile foundations;...
- Seacore adds jack-up platform.
Thwaites, Tim // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Sep99, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p7
Presents information on the modular Skate 3 jack-up platform introduced by Seacore, Europe's largest marine geotechnical drilling contractor, to its fleet of jack-ups, barges and specialist drilling equipment. Basis of the component design; Marine sites where the equipment is used.
- Walking jack-up platform sighted in Cornwall.
Thwaites, Tim // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Nov2000, p6
Announces the availability of a walking jack-up platform patented by Seacore company. Features of the jack-up platform; Plan of the company to build a versatile platform.
- Mabey Bridge seals its first offshore renewables contract.
Thwaites, Tim // Engineer (Online Edition); 3/6/2012, p10
The article announces that British engineering organization Mabey Bridge has signed a deal with marine drilling and engineering contractor Fugro Seacore to manufacture a monopile for the Rampion offshore wind farm, to be delivered in March 2012.
- Seacore goes strait.
Thwaites, Tim // Contract Journal; 4/13/2005, Vol. 428 Issue 6520, p36
Focuses on a feasibility study on constructing a tunnel to link Morocco and Spain conducted by Seacore. Information on the R100 drilling rig owned by the company; Application of a dynamic positioning system to enable the company to drill in the site; Use of a remotely-operated vehicle for the...
- Around & About.
Thwaites, Tim // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Apr2004, p4
Cites news events related to the maritime industry. Decision of maritime electronics specialist Radio Holland Group to open a branch in Malaysia; Plan of fire fighting specialist Marine Hazard Response to join the Marine Response Alliance as a full member along with Crowley Marine Services and...
- Marine current energy.
Thwaites, Tim // Ocean Energy Report; 2005, Issue 2, p41
Provides information on marine current energy. Process involved in the generation of energy from marine currents using water turbines; Role of several companies including Seacore Ltd. and Corus UK Ltd. in the Seaflow Project which is focused on the development of tidal stream turbines;...
- Seabed Sulphide Core Sampling Program Termed Successful.
Thwaites, Tim // Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948); May2006, Vol. 207 Issue 4, p22
The article reports on the completion of the project of Seacore, a specialist marine drilling company, regarding the drilling and recovering of core samples of massive sulphide deposits from the floor of the Manus Basin located at western Pacific Ocean and north of Papua New Guinea. The project...
- HIGH SEAS.
Thwaites, Tim // Contract Journal; 10/27/2004, Vol. 425 Issue 6499, p2
Reports that specialist marine and offshore construction firm Seacore won a contract from Danish utility company Energi E2 for its London Array Offshore Wind Farm project in the Thames Ensuary in 2004.
- Turn of the tide.
Mann, Will // Contract Journal; 6/2/2005, Vol. 428 Issue 6527, p24
Reports on the efforts being done by Seacore Ltd. to search for renewable energy sources in June 2005. Stake of the company in Marine Current Turbines Ltd.; Difference in the capabilities of turbines and wind; Application by the company of principles involved in offshore windfarm construction.
- Orders & Contracts.
Mann, Will // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Apr2004, p10
Cites various orders and contracts related to the maritime industry. Purchase by the U.S. Geological Survey Center for Coastal and Marine Geology of a SEA SWATHplus unit upgrade for the Submetrix 2000 system used in near-shore mapping and seabed geomorphology identification; Sale of a Seawalker...
- Minimal cost, minimal platform for Skiff.
Beckman, Jeremy // Offshore; Apr2000, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p18
Highlights the in-house concept design that Shell UK Expro has chosen for its platform for the Skiff gas field development in the southern North Sea. Description of the design; Cost of the project; Seabed survey conducted by Seacore, a drilling contractor; Exploration and appraisal project of...
Beckman, Jeremy // Pipeline & Gas Journal; Aug2012, Vol. 239 Issue 8, p97
The article offers world news brief as of August 2012. The 18-month project for designing, manufacturing and installation of seal tube pipelines on Statoil's Troll A platform for transportation of natural gas has been completed by the company STATS Group. Fugro Seacore Ltd. completed jacket...
- Combining forces.
Beckman, Jeremy // Contract Journal; 10/27/2004, Vol. 425 Issue 6499, p32
Focuses on the partnership of AGRA Foundations, a U.S. foundations specialist contractor, and contractor Seacore of Cornish, England for the bridge foundation reinforcement project in San Francisco Bay, California. Installation of cast-in-drilled-hole reinforced concrete piles; Description of...