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of or carried on in waters of great depth

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QP in 2008 pre-qualified at least 10 IOCs for deep-water Block-A, near Maersk's al-Shaheen oilfield.
The FPSO vessel is contracted for the Stones deep-water development in the Gulf of Mexico, which began production last year.
Recently, GEs Marine Solutions has been chosen by Shanghai Salvage Bureau (SSB), one of the largest rescue and salvage companies in the world, to provide a suite of marine technologies including power and propulsion equipment, dynamic positioning (DP) and automation and control systems to its newest deep-water dive support vessel (DSV).
It is the first independent deep-water oil drilling to be conducted by a Chinese company, and China is the first country to explore deep-water oil and gas resources in the South China Sea.
Abuja had set a target of keeping the cost of production from deep-water fields within the range of $6.
and other international oil companies have shown interest in a deep-water drilling permit in the Black Sea off Bulgaria, Deloitte Bulgaria Chairman Ilian Vassilev said.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) said that major banks in the US would not pull back from financing deep-water drilling operations because of the recent oil spill in the US.
The reality is that thousands of America's deep-water oil rigs were operating every day, routinely and mostly without incident, prior to the accident.
The large plumes being created by the oil spill, some of which are reported to be several miles long, sit in the water column situated between this source of food and these deep-water corals.
to "sell" from "accumulate", and the share price target to NOK25 from NOK30, citing the company's entry into the deep-water drilling market.
BHP Billiton is interested in deep-water exploration here but wants government to review its high tax regime and provide incentives for upstream companies that take risks, said Vincent Pereira, president of BHP Billiton Trinidad & Tobago, reports Reuters.
When a wave tears toward shore, it abruptly slams into the reef and crashes with all of its deep-water energy.
The Port of Callao, meanwhile, operates several terminals but only one of them can be converted into a deep-water facility.
Dr Hall-Spencer said: "Some of these areas have yet to be explored, but even before we have had the chance to see their treasures, they are being bulldozed by deep-water trawling.
A legendary Timmins prospector, famous for rocking Queen's Park's boat, wants to create a deep-water port on the western half of James Bay to establish marine polar trade routes.