Ocean Infinity announces joint venture

15 Apr 2021

Marine robotics company Ocean Infinity and geotechnical drilling experts Gregg Drilling, a subsidiary of Sealaska, have formed a joint venture (JV) to provide geotechnical services to offshore markets in traditional and renewable energy field developments and cables.

The JV combines the expertise and assets of the two companies and will see Gregg Drilling mobilise its seabed drills onto the Armada fleet of uncrewed and optionally crewed vessels ranging from 21m-78m in size.

Pairing Gregg’s deep-water geotechnical drilling capability with Ocean Infinity’s Armada geophysical fleet, and recently enhanced data analytics capabilities following the acquisition of MMT, will expand capabilities for both companies to complete offshore investigations globally. The JV will enable more sustainable underwater development, including geotechnical data collection, needed to support offshore wind anchor and foundation design.

Ocean Infinity is a marine robotics company that deploys autonomous technologies at scale to capture ocean data and deliver maritime solutions. The company’s mission is to use innovative technology to transform operations at sea, enabling people and the planet to thrive.

For more information please visit Ocean Infinity’s website.

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