Allseas’ Hidden Gem is heading for port with its hold full of polymetallic nodules following the completion of a two-month deepsea mining test programme in the Pacific Ocean. It is the first time a fully integrated nodule collection system including riser has...
Mineral-rich polymetallic nodules have arrived on board Allseas’ production vessel Hidden Gem following successful initial pilot collection runs in the Pacific. The collector vehicle amassed more than 14 tonnes of nodules during a one-hour collection run at 4380...
Allseas is currently converting the former 228-metre drill ship into its first polymetallic nodule production vessel Hidden Gem. Works include installation of the vessel’s launch and recovery (LARS) system. Allseas’ engineers designed the system to safely deploy...
With the announcement in May 2019 to form a strategic partnership with DeepGreen, Allseas made its first tentative steps into the deepsea mining industry. Ten months later, a former drill ship was acquired to convert into a collection vessel for polymetallic nodules....
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