subsea

[suhb-see, suhb-see]
adjective
occurring, working, etc., under the sea or ocean: a subsea specialist in oil rigs.

Origin:
sub- + sea

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But you can achieve a similar subsea effect in other areas by experimenting with hardier succulents.
Although the flow of oil from the subsea well appears to have stopped, it's not clear why.
Drilling may be done with or without a riser and may use surface or subsea well control equipment.
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