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Deep Seabed Mining a Threat to Global Subsea Cable Network Safety, Environment

Information Week 12 Jul 2024
United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Treaty, which the US has not joined, provides structure for access to valuable minerals. Such mining, if not conducted properly, can damage subsea cables and the environment ... .
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NGO Sues Norway over Seabed Mining Approval

The Maritime Executive 02 Jun 2024
WWF claims that the impact assessment carried out by the Norwegian Ministry of Energy fails to satisfy minimum requirements of the country’s Subsea Minerals Act.
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STARS: The Missing Link in Deep Sea Mining Supply Chain

MarineLink 15 May 2024
It is hoped that the new International Subsea Minerals Academy (ISMA) based at the Texas Laboratory for Ocean Engineering might take on developing this new and needed standard.
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‘Litigation terrorism’: how corporations are winning billions from governments

The Observer 12 Feb 2024
Last week the Guardian revealed how Odyssey Marine Exploration, a US-based subsea mineral extraction company, was using an ISDS panel to sue Mexico for $2.36bn (£1.87bn) after the government moved to prevent it dredging off the Pacific coast ... .
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S. China Sea's Subsea Features Get New Chinese Names

The Maritime Executive 26 Jan 2024
Beijing has long claimed that it has “indisputable sovereignty over the islands in the South China Sea and the adjacent waters," including legal jurisdiction over the surface, seabed and subsurface mineral rights.
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Reach Subsea secures vessel capacity with Agalas newbuild charter

Splash24/7 09 Nov 2023
... the rapidly growing renewables energy sector, oil & gas as well as emerging ultra deep-water seabed surveys for the seabed mineral industry,” said Jostein Alendal, CEO of Reach Subsea.
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Mineral-rich nodules and the battle over mining the deep sea

Phys Dot Org 27 Jul 2023
They likely started off as solid fragments—perhaps a shark tooth—that sank down to the soft muddy seabed, then grew slowly through the accumulation of minerals present in the water in extremely low concentrations.
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Cellula Robotics Ltd. Strengthens Leadership Team with New Corporate Development Officer, Neil Manning

The Philadelphia Tribune 18 Jul 2023
Cellula's extensive experience in projects that require integrated mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and software elements in a subsea environment is evident in its wide client base spanning over the defence, mineral exploration and energy sectors.
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Investors pour cash into seabed mineral exploration company

Cook Islands News 22 Jun 2023
Odyssey’s extensive experience exploring the oceans to work cooperatively with countries interested in understanding the potential subsea mineral deposits in their Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) ...
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Cellula Robotics and HonuWorx Collaborate to Revolutionize Underwater Technology Landscape

The Philadelphia Tribune 14 Jun 2023
... integrated mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and software elements in a subsea environment is evident in its wide client base spanning over the defence, mineral exploration and oil & gas sectors.
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China's Maritime Strategy: To Own the Oceans by Adverse Possession

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2023
Ironically, however, it seems that is exactly what China wants ... At the same time, subsea rights to oil and gas and minerals also may be in China’s intentions, particularly as China extends its lead as the largest consumer of energy ... ....
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China’s maritime strategy: To own the oceans by adverse possession

The Hill 28 Mar 2023
At the same time, subsea rights to oil and gas and minerals also may be in China’s intentions, particularly as China extends its lead as the largest consumer of energy.  That said, reducing ...
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Cellula successfully completes sea trials of Imotus-S off the coast of British Columbia

The Philadelphia Tribune 15 Dec 2022
... integrated mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and software elements in a subsea environment is evident in its wide client base spanning over the defence, mineral exploration and oil & gas sectors.
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