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January 2012 Issue

Trelleborg Offshore, Skelmersdale, England, contract to supply syntactic foam buoyancy modules for 20 newbuild work-class ROVs. The modules are specified to work at depths from 1,500 to 3,000 meters seawater and consist of a syntactic foam composite core coated in polyurethane. Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd.

AXYS Technologies Inc., Sidney, Canada, contract to provide eight Port Sentinel coastal monitoring systems that will be installed at locations along the coast of Ecuador. The systems will feature an integrated tide gauge to measure coastal water elevations in near real time, assisting in a tsunami monitoring program. Instituto Oceanographic de la Armada del Ecuador.

Rolls-Royce Marine, Singapore, £10 million contract to design and equip two 78.7-meter-long oil platform supply vessels that will be built at the client's shipyard in Zhuhai, China. The order includes vessel design, a fully integrated Rolls-Royce diesel electric propulsion system and deck machinery. Delivery is scheduled for the first half of 2013. PaxOcean Engineering Pte Ltd.

Metocean Services International, Hobart, Australia, contract for a two-year metocean measurement project offshore Mozambique, comprised of seven shallow and seven deepwater moorings in depths ranging from 6 to 2,000 meters, along with an onshore weather station, an offshore weather station and a shore-based tide gauge. Anadarko Moçambique Area 1 Ltda.

SeaHold GEOSHIPS Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract valued at £1.9 million annually through its marine subsidiary Brooking Shipping Ltd. for technical and crew management of the newbuild 36-meter escort vessel Express Opportune. The contract is initially for six months with automatic extensions. Mercator International Ltd.

Expro, Reading, England, contract to supply subsea landing string services for monitoring electronic submersible pump completions. The deal was made on behalf of the Valiant Causeway Ltd., which will use the services in the Causeway oilfield. SPD Ltd.

Sonardyne International Ltd., Yateley, England, £1.3 million order for 6G acoustic positioning equipment. The client's vessels and ROVs will be equipped with Dunker 6 and RovNav6 positioning transceivers. Seabed arrays comprised of a mix of Compatt 5 and 6 transponders will be deployed to create a high-precision subsea positioning network. Allseas Group SA.

Fugro Consult GmbH, Berlin, Germany, contract to perform the main geotechnical investigation for the proposed Arkona-Becken Südost offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea. The fieldwork, carried out in 2011 in water depths ranging from 22 to 37 meters, included 79 boreholes up to 60 meters below the seabed. E.ON AG.

Subsea 7, London, England, contract for ROV services through its i-Tech division onboard the client's Innovator and Promoter rigs, which are under construction in China. The order includes the provision of two newbuild Centurion QX work-class ROVs along with two existing Tiger observation-class ROVs. China Oilfield Services Ltd.

Hamworthy plc, Poole, England, contract to supply its inert gas generator package for the BP-operated QUAD 204 FPSO project. The company will supply two sets of inert gas generator units, including two deck water seals, two control systems, two inert gas cleaners and two pressure vacuum breakers. Hyundai Heavy Industries.

MMT, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, contract for a pre-engineering marine survey of an 80-meter-wide corridor between Qalet Marku, Malta, and Marina di Ragus, Sicily. The survey will be conducted by the 56-meter-long MMT survey vessel Franklin at depths between 10 and 2,000 meters. Nexans Norway AS.



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