This latest signing follows Global Marine s successful installation of the previous phases of the North Sea project, using cable ship Innovator.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Cable Ship
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Close Reconnaissance Zone
- Coastal Regulation Zone
- Contamination Reduction Zone
- Controlled-Reaction Zone
- Cruise Well to Right
- 0-Chlorobenzylmalononitrile (tear gas)
- C Sharp (File Name Extension)
- Cabin Systems
- Cable Select
Samples in periodicals archive:
France Telecom said that it has started an operation to salvage its cable ship, the Chamarel, which ran aground following a fire on August 8 .
Cable & Wireless Marine and British Telecom Marine were incorporated by the mid-1990s, both of which operated fleets of cable ships.
Cunard later sold Scotia and she became a cable ship after being converted to twin screws - she worked for the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company.
On August 4, 1914, the day after World War I started, a British civilian cable ship sailed into the North Sea and pulled up and severed five German cables, cutting German capability to pass telegraphic traffic via cable and forcing her to rely on radio transmissions which were easily intercepted.
E-Marine's flagship, Cable Ship Niwa, began laying the cable earlier this month and it is anticipated that it will complete the project by June, 2009.
E-Marine is locating one cable ship with a remote operated vehicle at the port of Salalah to address the growing demand for maintenance services in the region.
The cable ship Niwa is now a very well-qualified vessel for operating in closer proximity to oil and gas platforms, ensuring maximum safety and highest service levels for the oil and gas industry.