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Toyo enlists Singaporean offshore engineering player for 'world first' deep-sea mineral extraction system

Upstream Online 02 Aug 2021
... for a “pioneering” deep-sea mineral extraction system. NuStar confirmed it had been awarded the contract for the subsea mineral extraction system package design and fabrication.
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DeepOcean acquires Adepth Minerals

Splash24/7 12 Jul 2021
Norwegian subsea services player DeepOcean is buying a majority stake in marine minerals exploration company Adepth Minerals ... Adepth was founded in 2020 by a team of experts from geoscience and subsea operations, looking to extract marine minerals using new, low carbon technology ...
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Iceland May Be Connected to a Sunken Continent Named Icelandia, Study Finds

IGN Insider 02 Jul 2021
"Countries around the world are spending enormous resources conducting subsea geologic research in order to identify their continental shelves and claim exclusive mineral rights there," Durham University's professor, Philip Steinberg, said.
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'Icelandia': Is Iceland the tip of a vast, sunken continent?

Phys Dot Org 30 Jun 2021
Professor Philip Steinberg, Director of IBRU, Durham University's Centrefor Borders Research, noted, "Countries around the world are spending enormous resources conducting subsea geologic research in order to identify their continental shelves and claim exclusive mineral rights there.
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Is Iceland the tip of a secret sunken continent? Sub-aquatic land mass dubbed 'Icelandia' could ...

The Daily Mail 29 Jun 2021
'Countries around the world are spending enormous resources conducting subsea geologic research in order to identify their continental shelves and claim exclusive mineral rights there,' commented Durham University geographer Philip Steinberg.
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Offshore wind FIDs to jump over 50% outside China by 2022: Westwood

Splash24/7 27 Apr 2021
Fearnley Offshore Supply’s latest report sees great potential for highend subsea vessels in offshore wind, estimating that a lot of the large-capacity subsea assets could be torn between higher demand from subsea and offshore wind developments, but also decommissioning scopes and even the emerging deepwater mineral scene ... .
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Fearnleys sees OSV sector rebounding from miserable levels

Splash24/7 23 Apr 2021
With these recent and potential market movements, Fearnley estimates that a lot of the large-capacity subsea assets could be torn between higher demand from subsea and offshore wind developments, but also decommissioning scopes and even the emerging deepwater mineral scene, all of which are forecasted to increase going forward.
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China leads the race to exploit deep sea minerals -U.N. body

Canada Dot Com 23 Oct 2019
The body, which was established to manage the seabed resources by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), is aiming to adopt seabed mineral exploitation rules by July 2020 ... One of the issues yet to be agreed is proportionate financial payments to the Jamaica-based ISA for subsea mineral exploitation outside national waters.
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