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April 2012 Issue

Cargotec, Helsinki, Finland, contract for two active heave-compensated (AHC) cranes—a 250-tonne MacGreg­or AHC subsea crane and a 15-tonne MacGregor AHC offshore crane—to be fitted to an offshore construction vessel. An identical contract was awarded last year. Volstad Maritime AS.

Bluefin Robotics Corp., Quincy, Massachusetts, awarded a Phase II subcontract for systems to address anti-submarine warfare surveillance for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The systems will operate with ocean bottom sensors and distributed nodes to provide the means to communicate underwater over long distances. Applied Physical Sciences Corp.

Expro Connectors & Measurements, Ulverston, England, contract awarded to supply SpecTRON, DigiTRON and FoeTRON wet-mateable connectors, with a cable connection system, termination head and cable protection to provide a subsea connection between a power export cable and wave energy converter. Alstom.

Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, contract to provide a range of rugged compact power-over-Ethernet cameras as part of an upgrade to the Canadian Navy’s Halifax-class frigate’s integrated platform management system. L-3 Communications MAPPS Inc.

Marinette Marine Corp., Marinette, Wisconsin, multiyear contract valued at $89.6 million for the construction of an additional 40 response boats (medium), to be delivered in the second quarter of 2013. The total number of boats under contract is now 166. U.S. Coast Guard.

Telenor Satellite Broadcasting, Fornebu, Norway, awarded three-year, re­newed contract for use of its Intelsat 10-02 satellite, at orbital location 1-degree West. The agreement provides Ku-band capacity on the satellite’s spot 2 beam and almost 200 megahertz Ku-band on the spot 1 beam, with an option to use the Ka-band payload of the THOR 7 satellite that will be operational in 2014. Marlink.

GL Noble Denton, London, England, awarded a four-year enterprise framework agreement to provide inspection services for on- and offshore equipment in select global locations. Royal Dutch Shell plc.

Fugro Seacore, Falmouth, England, contract to design, build and install an offshore met mast to record and monitor site conditions on the proposed Rampion Offshore Wind Farm site 13 kilometers off the coast of Sussex, England. The design is for a 46-meter-long, 2.5-meter-diameter steel pile, weighing 170 tonnes. Project work will be performed until April. E.ON UK plc.

EPC Offshore Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, one-year, £2 million contract to select the optimum scheme and contracting strategy for the development of the Lancaster Field in the West of Shetland, with a drilling depth of 155 meters. Front-end engineering design is expected to start in 2013. Hurricane Exploration PLC.

OceanWorks International Corp., Burnaby, Canada, contract to supply A-frame template kits, designed to work with the previous contract delivery of the Ship Interface Template Set (SITS). The technologies will allow Canada’s Navy to host the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System’s Pressurized Rescue Module System vehicle. Canadian Department of National Defence.

Safebridge GmbH, Hamburg, Germany, contract to provide electronic chart display and information system online training. Japan Radio Co. Ltd.

Insitu Inc., Bingen, Washington, contract to deliver ScanEagle unmanned aircraft systems to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. Delivery is scheduled for the second half of 2012. Netherlands Ministry of Defence.

IBM Corp., Armonk, New York, up to $502 million, five-year contract for the Weather and Climate Operational Supercomputing System, incorporating iDataPlex servers and the General Parallel File System for data-intensive applications. It will be used for weather and climate modeling. NOAA.



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