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March 2011 Issue

Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co. Ltd., Shanghai, China, contract awarded (terms not provided) to build four liquid natural gas (LNG) carriers in China. These carriers will provide LNG transportation from the Papua New Guinea and Gorgon Jansz LNG projects. (Exxon Mobil Corp. and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd.)

Cosalt Offshore, Grimsby, England, two contracts worth up to a total of £3 million awarded to provide all lifting services for the client in the U.K. and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea. (Acergy)

VSD LLC, Virginia Beach, Virginia, $15 million contract award to design, fabricate, install and test training systems for 60-meter offshore support vessels (OSVs) being delivered to Iraqi naval personnel. VSD will also provide Iraqi sailors with training on OSV operation and maintenance. (Naval Air Warfare Center, Training Systems Division, Orlando)

Lockheed Martin, Bethesda, Maryland, $84 million contract award to continue providing sonar systems for U.S. submarines. The contract contains options that, if exercised, will bring the total contract value to $2.1 billion. The program’s scope includes the development, production, support and modernization of all U.S. submarine sonar systems, including initial system deliveries for Virginia-class submarines under construction as well as upgrades for all in-services submarines. (U.S. Navy)

InterMoor, Houston, Texas, contract awarded (terms not provided) to design and fabricate 11 suction piles for the Jack/St. Malo field in the Gulf of Mexico. The 11 suction piles are all 18 feet in diameter, range from 55 to 75 feet in length and weigh up to 115 tons. The piles will be installed in the Walker Ridge block in 7,000 feet of water. (Cameron International Corp.)

Metal Shark Aluminum Boats, Jeanerette, Louisiana, and SAFE Boats International, Port Orchard, Washington, fixed price indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts to begin replacement of the current Response Boat-Small fleet. Each builder will produce a minimum of one boat, based on a proven hull design, to be delivered in June of this year. (U.S. Coast Guard)

Veripos, Aberdeen, Scotland, five-year contract awarded (terms not provided) to provide 19 of the client’s vessels with a combination of proprietary positioning services. Existing Veripos hardware will be upgraded and standardized over the coming year. (POSH Semco)

The Briggs Group, Burntisland, Scotland, five-year contract awarded (terms not provided) to deploy tailored systems for specialized end-to-end support for the maintenance of a network of more than 500 kilometers of cable. (Scottish and Southern Energy)

ABB, Zurich, Switzerland, more than $50 million contract award to provide power and propulsion systems for two next-generation cruise ships to be built at the client’s shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, for Norwegian Cruise Line. (Meyer Werft)

Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Lysaker, Norway, contract awarded (terms not provided) to provide ships services at the ports of Houston, Texas; Freeport, Bahamas; and New York, New York. (Jo Tankers)

BlueView Technologies Inc., Seattle, Washington, contract awarded (terms not provided) for 100 high-resolution P Series imaging sonar systems. In the coming months, the company will deliver the 900-kilohertz imaging sonar systems for integration onto the client’s micro remotely operated vehicle systems. VideoRay LLC.

Woods Hole Group, Falmouth, Massachusetts, contract extension awarded (terms not provided) for its role in Massachusetts’ wetland restoration efforts. The company has been working as a consultant for several years to restore and protect the commonwealth’s rivers, wetlands and watersheds. The extension goes through 2013, with two potential one-year renewal options through 2015. (Massachusetts Division of Ecological Restoration)



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