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DeepWater Buoyancy in MTR100

DeepWater Buoyancy has again been selected for the prestigious Marine Technology Reporter “MTR100”.

New Representative in Western Canada

DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. has entered into a distribution agreement with ASL Environmental Sciences. ASL will act as sales representative and distributor in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, and Alaska, USA.

Mooring Matters: How Fast Does a Buoy Ascend?

For the next installment in our series of technical articles, ocean engineer Jon Wood addresses an interesting question related to deployment and recovery of subsea mooring systems.

ONR/MTS Buoy Workshop 2016

DeepWater Buoyancy is co-sponsoring and exhibiting at the 11th MTS Buoy Workshop – April 18-21, 2016

New Representative in the Middle East

DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. has announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Unique Group for the Gulf Coast Cooperation region.

Mooring Matters: When low is the way to go.

For the first of a series of technical articles, we asked our friend and ocean engineer Jon Wood to write a short article about the value of subsea mooring of instruments.

Southeast Asian Representative Added

DeepWater Buoyancy has signed a representation agreement with Sea and Land Technologies of Singapore to provide sales and support of its entire product line to the Southeast Asian Region.

Retooled Cable Float

DeepWater Buoyancy has retooled the CF-12 Quick-Loc™ cable float using a new rotationally-molded design.

Gulf Coast Oil & Gas Representation

DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. announced that it has signed an agreement with Waters & David Co. of New Orleans for sales representation of its oil and gas products in the Gulf Coast.

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