Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI), an integrated marine services contractor providing turnkey projects, marine services technology development and expert consultant services to government, commercial telecom, offshore energy and ocean observing markets globally, today announced the award and kick-off of a Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) study for a submarine communications cable between an offshore oil and gas field development and the customer’s onshore operation.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI), a global provider of marine project development and operations services, announced the successful installation of a subsea fiber optic network serving an offshore oil offloading buoy in the Caribbean Sea for a key energy client in Colombia.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI)’s Project Management Team, in partnership with Speedcast Communications, Inc has announced the successful completion of Phase 1 (Engineering) for a private communication cable system offshore East Africa. This marks an important milestone for the Speedcast communications project.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI)’s Cable Operations and Maintenance Support division today announced the successful Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) for an offshore oil and gas fiber optic connection in Colombia. This marks an important milestone for this subsea cable engineering services project, contract awarded to OSI by Aviatek in late 2019, which includes the design, installation, and commissioning of a new cable that will provide optimized communication to offshore assets owned by Aviatek’s end-customer.
Ocean Specialists Inc. (OSI), is pleased to announce the completion of a series of seabed characterization projects that involved geophysical and geotechnical surveys at selected locations in the Gulf of Mexico and Western Atlantic. OSI incorporated the survey resources of its sister company, CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc. (CSAOS), mobilizing a total of three separate missions under rapid planning and mobilization conditions.
Ocean Specialists, Inc (OSI) is pleased to announce the completion of the Desktop Study (DTS) and Budget Analysis Projects for the Early Warning Offshore Cascadia system being developed by the University of Washington. During this multi-month engagement, OSI assessed the feasibility for the installation of a network of instrumentation system off the coast of the Pacific Northwest. This future network will measure seismic activity and seafloor pressure to provide early warning of large earthquakes and tsunamis affecting the Pacific northwest.