TechnipFMC’s Brian Skeels and Tyler Schilling were honored with prestigious industry awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) as part of Houston’s 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC). Skeels, senior technical advisor in Research, Innovation and Corporate Development, received ASME’s Geoca Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award. Established in 1965 for distinguished and meritorious achievement or […]

DNV GL and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) are supporting academic advances in additive manufacturing – the process of 3D printing – for the maritime, oil and gas and other industries, through a four-year research collaboration agreement.

Houston, TX, US, 9 May 2019: Designed to dramatically cut the time and effort required to find information, DNV GL’s Veracity Deep Search distils vast amounts of data at speed. It combines secure data capture and sharing to allow knowledge workers to easily gather data from many disparate sources, store it in one central data lake and share with their team for collaboration.

LONDON & PARIS & HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– TechnipFMC (Paris:FTI) (NYSE:FTI) has been awarded a significant(1) integrated Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (iEPCI™) contract from ConocoPhillips for the TOR II development, located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea at a water depth of 80 meters. This contract covers the delivery and installation of a subsea production […]

Classification society DNV GL has presented China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) with Approval in Principle (AiP) certificates for two new offshore units: an arctic single column drilling unit and a wind turbine shuttle. The certificates confirm that DNV GL has assessed each of the two designs according to class rules and found no significant obstacles exist to prevent the concept from being realized.

The Leading Maritime Capitals report for 2019 is out, with fresh insight on which maritime metropolises provide the best support for companies in shipping and related services. Criteria include soft and hard infrastructure and access to world-class talent and services – all key components that maritime businesses need to thrive in their chosen locations.