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May 2011 Issue

Converteam, Massy, France, contract awarded to install its C-Series dynamic position control systems on two platform supply vessels, which will be stationed in the oil and gas fields in Russia's northern seas. The two systems are expected to be operational in 2012. Transas Russian Fleet Ltd.

Expro, Reading, England, and China Oilfield Services Ltd., Beijing, China, which form the Shekou, China-based joint venture CETS, were awarded more than $25 million for subsea and well testing, supporting the second stage of development of the Liwan gas field in the South China Sea. The three-year contract includes surface cleanup and flow-back. Husky Oil China Ltd.

Subsea 7, London, England, contract awarded for the installation of 12 kilometers of eight-inch gas export pipeline, infield flexible flowlines, main static umbilical and associated risers, as well as subsea structures followed by tie-ins, precommissioning and system testing. The installation is expected to use several vessels in Subsea 7's fleet through 2012. E.ON Ruhrgas U.K. E&P Ltd.

Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine
, Charlottesville, Virginia, contract awarded for an integrated navigation bridge system, including an electronic chart display and information system, for the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier program. The company also signed a design phase contract for the supercarriers' navigation lights, shapes and sounds, with deliveries scheduled for 2018. U.K. Ministry of Defence.

Thales Canada, Quebec, Canada, contract awarded for the Interdepartmental Maritime Integrated Command, Control and Communications project, which is designed to integrate Canadian Department of National Defence and Canadian Coast Guard assets for an integrated maritime picture for both departments. Department of National Defence and Coast Guard.

Expro, Reading, England, up to $2 million contract for U.K. well testing and subsea services in the Huntington project. EON Ruhrgas.

Atlas Interactive
, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract for developing and delivering new standardized safety training to the global oil and gas industry. The International Minimum Industry Training Standards (IMITS), will be launched in the Middle East in July, followed by 30 countries throughout Asia, Africa and the U.S. OPITO.

Rutter Inc., St. John's, Canada, a nearly $1 million contract for its oil spill response radar, which uses Sigma S6 radar. Delivery is expected this spring. Aptomar.

Teledyne Webb Research, East Falmouth, Massachusetts, initial $260,000 contract to provide Slocum G2 coastal gliders to the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) for delivery in April 2012. The contract, valued at up to $5.6 million, includes a prototype to be delivered this year that will incorporate specific sensor requirements for OOI equipment. National Science Foundation.

Alewijnse Marine Systems, Nijmegen, Netherlands, contract for delivery and installation of the alarm monitoring control system, integrated dredging control system and dynamic positioning system onboard two new dredgers to be constructed at Uljanik Shipyard in Croatia. Jan De Nul Group.

Hydrogenics Corp., Ontario, Canada, contract for two HyPM HD 16 fuel cell power modules, which will provide propulsion for a 600-passenger hybrid ferry boat in compound arrangement with other renewable energy sources. Statue Cruises LLC.

OceanServer Technology Inc.
, Fall River, Massachusetts, received a fourth contract for its Iver2 EP42 autonomous underwater vehicle, which will be used in the Great Lakes Observing System Tributary Monitoring project for a bay in Lake Huron. University of Michigan.

Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc.
, Tampa, Florida, about $1.5 million contract awarded for services including mining exploration and drilling operations on a seafloor massive sulfide deposit in a tenement area controlled by Dorado Ocean Resources. Robert Fraser & Partners LLP.



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