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February 2011 Issue

RGB, Aberdeen, Scotland, three-year contract awarded (terms not provided) to supply a coatings and maintenance program for three offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell Exploration and Production Co.

Marlink, Lysaker, Norway, three-year contract awarded (terms not provided) to deliver and install its dual 9797 C/Ku-band Sealink antennae onboard five existing vessels and five newbuild vessels. GC Rieber Shipping.

GeoEye Inc., Dulles, Virginia, contract awarded (terms not provided) for a countrywide vessel-monitoring system along with 10 Osprey personal tracker terminals for a trial deployment. The system will display vessel position and fish catch reports in near-real-time. It will also allow two-way text communication for routine and emergency purposes. The Republic of Maldives.

Draka Offshore, Drammen, Norway, contract awarded (terms not provided) to supply cable for a ship hull being built for Royal Boskalis Westminister. The contract requires delivery of the first batch of cable during the first quarter of 2011. Keppel Singmarine.

Fugro GEOS Ltd., Wallingford, England, contract awarded (terms not provided) for an oceanographic survey in an area of proposed wind farm development. The survey will be used for engineering designs and environmental impact assessments. The survey will cover waves, current and suspended sediments. Water and sediment samples will be taken each time an instrument is deployed, at service visits and on recovery. Seagreen Wind Energy.

Champion Technologies, Houston, Texas, $5 million per year contract award for all chemical service requirements on the Heather, Thistle, Northern Producer and Kittiwake installations for two years. The contract covers the full range of production chemicals and associated management services. Petrofac.

Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc., Tampa, Florida, $2.3 million contract award to provide a research vessel, equipment and crew for an archaeological marine excavation and related services on a shipwreck site. After repayment of recovery costs, Odyssey will also receive 50 percent of revenue from discovered items. Robert Fraser & Partners LLP.

Saipem America, Houston, Texas, contract awarded (terms not provided) for transportation and installation of the Walker Ridge 220-kilometer crude oil export pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico, which is 61 centimeters in diameter and reaches a maximum water depth of 2,140 meters. Marine activities will begin in 2013 from the newbuild 330-meter pipelay vessel Castorone. Amberjack Pipeline Co. LLC.

Thales Nederland, Hengelo, Netherlands, and BAE Systems, Farnborough, England, contract awarded (terms not provided) for maintenance and support of seven S1850M volume search radars. The contract includes help desk support, initial spares provisioning, repairs and yearly system checks. Defence Equipment and Support.

Alewijnse Marine Systems, Nijmegen, Netherlands, contract awarded (terms not provided) for the installation of a ship-wide electrical system on the joint logistic support ship, including the components for command and control, environmental systems, power distribution and monitoring. The Royal Netherlands Navy.

Star Information Systems, Oslo, Norway, contract awarded (terms not provided) for a comprehensive suite of software to manage all aspects of technical management of a fleet, including maintenance, purchasing, logistics and asset management. Van Oord.

General Dynamics, Fairfax, Virginia,
contract awarded (terms not provided) to provide the design, integration and testing of an open-architecture combat and seaframe control system for the first of 10 Independence-class littoral combat ships. Austal USA.

Converteam, Massy, France, €6 million contract award for the major elements of electrical equipment and control systems for two geotechnical vessels under construction in India. Tebma Shipyards Ltd.



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