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May 2012 Issue

Sonardyne, Yateley, England, £2.1 million order for six Subsea Precision Reference Inertial Navigation Technology (SPRINT) systems and associated acoustic positioning equipment to be deployed in April in the West Delta Deep Marine concession, located offshore the northwest Nile Delta. Saipem S.p.A.

Kongsberg Maritime Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to conduct underwater noise studies for an offshore renewables project in the Inner Sound of the Petland Firth to assess potential effects of underwater noise from prototype tidal devices on marine life. MeyGen Ltd.

Rolls-Royce, London, England, contract to supply power and propulsion systems for the two latest U.S. Navy littoral combat ships (LCS). Each LCS will be equipped with two Rolls-Royce MT30 gas turbines powering four Mk1 waterjets. U.S. Navy.

Cargotec Sweden AB, Ljungby, Sweden, order to supply a total of 20 150-tonne electric MacGregor winches for two pipe-laying heavy-lift offshore construction vessels, N448 and N449. Delivery is scheduled in the first quarter of 2013. TL Offshore Sdn. Bhd.

OceanSaver AS, Drammen, Norway, contract to supply two Mark II ballast water treatment systems for two chemical tankers. Consolidated Marine Management Inc.

MMT Group, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, contract to perform a seabed survey for a high-voltage DC transmission link between Hylen, Norway, and Blyth, England, including geophysical, geotechnical, benthic, archaeological and ROV operations. Statnett SF and National Grid International Ltd.

Kongsberg Evotec AS, Gurskøy, Norway, order for a second bulk hose securing unit for the LNG vessel Viking Queen. Eidesvik Offshore ASA.

Aanderaa Data Instruments AS, Bergen, Norway, $505,000 contract to provide 71 dissolved oxygen instruments for the Ocean Observatories Initiative. Aanderaa’s optode uses dynamic luminescence quenching technology to measure dissolved oxygen, eliminating instrument drift. Consortium for Ocean Leadership, National Science Foundation.

LRAD Corp., San Diego, California, approximately $400,000 order for LRAD 500X systems, which broadcast multilanguage voice commands and deterrent tones at distances up to 1.5 miles, and scram carts for deploying, transporting and storing the LRAD 500X. U.S. Navy.

Veripos, Westhill, Scotland, three-year contract to provide services aboard eight subsea construction vessels using its Ultra Precise Point Positioning service and Verify QC software. Sup­plementary equipment will include LD2-G2 integrated mobile receivers. Technip.

DCNS Group, Paris, France, €50 million contract via DCNS India to locally manufacture equipment for the P75 Scorpene submarines, including hull hatches, cofferdam doors, knuckle hoses, ballast vent valves, high-pressure air cylinders, weapon handling and storage system. DCNS India will provide the technical data package. SEC Industries.

Oceaneering International Inc., Houston, Texas, contract to supply approximately 135 kilometers of thermoplastic production control umbilicals for the Whales Park field development project that is located offshore Brazil in the Espírito Santo Basin. Manufacturing is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter, with completion expected in the fourth quarter of 2014. Petróleo Brasileiro S.A.

NAPA, Helsinki, Finland, order for NAPA-DSME Power software to be installed on four newbuild 319,000 deadweight tonne VLCC tankers to monitor energy efficiency, emissions, fuel consumption and trim. AET.

Wärtsilä Hamworthy Ltd., Helsinki, Finland, contract to design and supply the system concept for LNG regasification technology for the third Höegh LNG floating storage and regasification unit under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries. Höegh LNG.



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