5 March 2016
The Survey Blog

Eni ready to develop world largest gas basin Zohr in Egypt

05 Mar 2016 Eni, the main Italian energy company is ready to develop Zohr field, a natural gas basin discovered in August, the largest in Mediterranean sea and probably the largest in the world. Eni received approval from the Egyptian government to start operations. Recently Eni declared that according to the development plan the production

3 March 2016
The Survey Blog

UK’s renewable energy: GBP 500 million investment to improve floating turbines

In a report published by Scottish Renewables, UK Government is planning to invest GBP 500 million program for energy innovation. Part of these resources could be used for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines. The technology areas that have real potential to benefit from this funding are: floating offshore wind – which could open areas of the

1 March 2016
The Survey Blog

Is the Arctic the new challenge?

Everybody know that changes in climate becomes every day more dangerous and the Arctic is the area on earth that reacts most sensitively and most quickly to this issue. The decrease in the snow, sea ice and glaciers have an impact on the planet and this is the only one we have. The scientific targets

29 February 2016
The Survey Blog

Eni: Approval of the development plan for Eni’s Coral discovery offshore Mozambique

Eni announces the approval of the Plan of Development for the Coral discovery, in Area 4 offshore Mozambique. The approval relates to the first phase of development of 5 trillion cubic feet of gas in the discovery. San Donato Milanese (Mi), 24 February 2016 – Eni announces the approval of the Plan of Development for the

29 February 2016
The Survey Blog

Kongsberg Maritime provides EM 2040C Dual Head Multibeam Echosounder to the Dutch Government for waterway surveys

To produce a very accurate survey operation in the inland waterways, the Dutch Government has selected Kongsberg Maritime to provide 5 EM 2040C Multibeam Echosounder systems.  With this accurate shallow water Multibeam system the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment (Rijkswaterstaat Survey department IGA) can ensure safety of navigation along the 2137km of canals/rivers and