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September 2011 Issue

Sartor Offshore Rescue Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, £8.2 million, three-year contract to operate Ocean Sprite as a field support and emergency rescue and response vessel. The contract is expected to begin in the Athena field in the North Sea in the fourth quarter of 2011. Ithaca Energy UK Ltd.

Austal, Henderson, Australia, contract for three purpose-built 21-meter offshore support vessels for transporting service crews and equipment to offshore wind farms. The vessels, which operate at speeds of up to 30 knots, are due for delivery in May. Turbine Transfers Ltd.

ASV Ltd., Portsmouth, England, contract to supply, operate, store and maintain a range of remotely operated craft from 3.5 to 13 meters in length. U.K. Ministry of Defence.

Thrustmaster of Texas Inc., Houston, Texas, contract to supply the propulsion systems for two 92.4-meter Tidewater Marine platform supply vessels. Each ship's propulsion system will have two TH25000MZ Z-Drives, a TH1000MLRN retractable azimuthing thruster at the bow and a 66TT1000ML tunnel thruster also at the bow. Bay Shipbuilding Co.

Large Diameter Drilling Ltd., Penryn, England, contract for drilling services for 160 wind turbine foundations at the Gwynt y Môr wind farm off the North Wales coast using the company's new LD5000 drill rig. RWE npower renewables.

Spatial Integrated Systems Inc., Walnut Creek, California, three-year contract to advance unmanned maritime systems, demonstrating the technical viability of autonomous warfare operations on unmanned surface vehicles. The Office of Naval Research.

General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton, Connecticut, $41 million in contract modifications to continue development of the common missile compartment for the next-generation strategic deterrent submarine. The contract also includes nuclear submarine maintenance work. U.S. Navy.

TE SubCom, Morristown, New Jersey,
supply contract for the Pacific Fibre undersea cable system, a two-fiber-pair, 12,750-kilometer system with landing points in Sydney, Australia, Auckland, New Zealand, and Los Angeles, California. Pacific Fibre.

INTECSEA Canada, St. John's, Canada, contract to manage the first of four phases of a joint industry project to develop a trenching system for subsea pipelines, flowlines and umbilicals in ice scour environments. The goal of the system is to trench to burial depths greater than three meters, at water depths of up to 300 meters, in difficult soil conditions and in harsh marine conditions. Petroleum Research Atlantic Canada.

General Dynamics NASSCO, San Diego, California, $24.4 million in contract modifications to support renovation and modernization of the USS Harpers Ferry, including alterations and repairs. The company will also inspect and test all of the ship's systems and components. U.S. Navy.

Huntington Ingalls Industries, Newport News, Virginia,
$504 million cost-plus-incentive-fee contract extension to continue engineering work associated with construction of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford. The contract allows the company to complete design and planning activities for ship construction. U.S. Navy.

Energy Focus Inc., Solon, Ohio, $23 million contract to supply LED fixtures and its IntelliTube LED for use on the U.S. Navy fleet. The lamps are expected to cut lighting energy use by 50 to 90 percent. U.S. Navy.

Science Applications International Corp.
, McLean, Virginia, one-year contract to help procure and deliver command and control equipment and services, with four additional one-year options. The contract has a ceiling value of $500 million. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic.

McDermott International Inc., Houston, Texas, contract for pipelines, an umbilical and subsea hardware packaging for the Kikeh Subsea Expansion Project. Murphy Sabah Oil Co. Ltd.



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