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July 2011 Issue

SAIC Inc., McLean, Virginia, $8.4 million contract award, with options up to $17.5 million, to continue the development, engineering and research of the Vector Sensor Array System, an underwater acoustic sensor. Office of Naval Research.

Lambda Science Inc., Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, up to $8.3 million contract for technical support on submarine vulnerability and survivability. Work on the contract is expected to be completed by 2016. Office of Naval Research.

Tritech International Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract awarded to supply sonar equipment for 12 months for the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK SeaFox, a mine disposal vehicle supplied to the U.K. Royal Navy. Ultra Electronics.

InterMoor, Houston, Texas, contract for the design, procurement, fabrication and installation of 15, 36-inch drilling and production conductors for the Papa Terra project. The conductors will be installed in up to 1,200 meters of water. Petrobras.

Baker Hughes, Houston, Texas, contract to supply electronic submersible pumping (ESP) systems and production packers for seven producing wells, plus mudline packers for three injection wells, for the Big Foot Project. Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

MARIS, Tønsberg, Norway, contract for the electronic chart display and information systems on 36 Interceptor-class fast attack boats being built at Larsen & Toubro Ltd.'s shipyard. Indian Coast Guard.

Sperry Marine, Charlottesville, Virginia, contract to upgrade the navigation radars on five Swedish navy patrol boats. Each ship will be retrofitted with two dual-band interswitched chart radar systems with navalized display features. Swedish navy.

MBDA, Le Plessis-Robinson, France, €165 million contract to provide support for the U.K. Royal Navy's Sea Viper weapon system for a period of six years. U.K. Royal Navy.

IHC Engineering Business Ltd., Riding Mill, England, contract to supply a 35-tonne launch and recovery system that will be used on a newbuild trenching ROV in up to Sea State 5. Canyon Offshore Ltd.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy, $30 million three-year agreement to supply 13 MS-700 slimbore and 13 MS-700 deepwater high-capacity subsea wellhead systems. Shell Brasil Ltda.

Subsea 7, London, England, contract awarded to their Malaysian subsidiary for the transport and installation of subsea structures, five kilometers of umbilical cable, pipeline jumpers and electrical flying leads for the Kumang Cluster Project. Petronas Carigali.

Champion Technologies, Houston, Texas, five-year contract for a full suite of chemicals and associated support services being use in the the Aseng field offshore Equatorial Guinea. It is the company's first deepwater contract in West Africa. Noble Energy Inc.

EPC Offshore, Aberdeen, Scotland, €1 million contract to provide a 10-person team of experts to support the Greater Stella Area development project. The team will assist in developing the selection process for floating production, subsea and pipeline disciplines. Ithaca Energy.

Dron & Dicson, Stirling, Scotland, three-year contract, with two optional one-year extensions, for the provision of electrical goods in support of the contracting company's Scott/Telford and Buzzard projects. Nexen Petroleum U.K. Ltd.

Converteam, Massy, France, contract to design and supply electrical systems for three newbuild Hyundai Gusto P10000 drillships rated to operate in 12,000 feet of water. Converteam will be responsible for major components of the electrical power generation, power distribution, propulsion system and drilling drive systems. Noble Corp.

BMT Scientific Marine Services Inc., Houston, Texas, contract to provide riser monitoring systems for two hybrid riser towers and one single hybrid riser for the CLOV development project offshore Angola. Total E&P Angola.



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