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June 2012 Issue

OceanWorks International, Houston, Texas, awarded two phases of a three-phase contract to assist recertification of life-support systems on the deep submergence vehicle Alvin, focusing on oxygen systems, CO2 removal systems, and performance calculations and models. The phase-three option would involve consulting and assisting development of a complete certification submission package. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Wärtsilä Corp., Helsinki, Finland, contract to supply a complete power system, including two six-cylinder 20DF dual-fuel medium-speed engines, two fixed pitch propellers in a nozzle, the coldbox and LNG tanks, for a new dry cargo inland waterway vessel that will be part of the ECO2 Inland Vessel project. Koedood Diesel Service BV.

Siemens Industry Inc., Washington, D.C., $10 million contract to equip two Auxiliary General Oceanographic Research (AGOR) vessels, AGOR 27 and 28, with Siemens Blue multidrive low-voltage systems, generators, main propulsion and thruster motors, switchboards and power management system. U.S. Navy.

Rutter Inc., St. Johnís, Canada, $1.4 million contract to build and test an ice navigation and detection radar to help operators distinguish between multiyear and first-year ice. The new radar will build on Rutterís Sigma S6 Ice Navigator system. Petroleum Research Newfoundland & Labrador.

VERIPOS, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, three-year contract for continued provision of global navigation satellite system services for a fleet of vessels in Southeast Asia, including Standard and Ultra Precise Point Positioning facilities supported by shipborne hardware comprising 30 LD3SG1 and 10 LD3G2 integrated mobile receivers. Orogenic Geoexpro Sdn Bhd.

InterMoor, Houston, Texas, contract to design a mooring system for a StingRay offshore wave energy converter prototype, as well as provide analysis, field engineering and operational logistics for deployment and recovery procedures. This is InterMoorís first wave energy project. Columbia Power Technologies LLC.

Tata Steel, Mumbai, India, more than £100 million contract to supply Keathley Canyon Connector with 345 kilometers of 20-inch-diameter submerged arc welded linepipe, weighing more than 110,000 tonnes. Delivery is scheduled for the second half of this year. Discovery Producer Services LLC.

AVEVA Group plc, Cambridge, England, contract for AVEVA Marine to standardize 3D engineering design and execute global projects in a single engineering design environment. Design Office Vympel.

OceanSaver, Drammen, Norway, contract for Mark II ballast water treatment system to be installed on four open-hatch bulk carriers. The first two systems will be commissioned in 2012 and will incorporate a second-generation design. Oshima Shipbuilding Ltd.

Gardline Environmental Ltd., Great Yarmouth, England, three-year contract to provide a number of crew transfer vessels across the U.K. on an as-needed basis. DONG Energy Power (UK) Ltd.

Northrop Grumman Corp., Falls Church, Virginia, three-year, $84 million contract to provide the Naval Education Training Command with planning and assessment, curriculum development, computer-based modeling and simulation training, and program management and staff support. U.S. Navy.

Fugro, Leidschendam, Netherlands, task order to conduct an airborne lidar bathymetry (ALB) survey under a three-year contract. The SHOALS-1000T will acquire hydrographic survey data and seabed imagery in shallow coastal waters off Eastern Canada. The Canadian Hydrographic Service.

Beam Communications Pty Ltd., Mulgrave, Australia, $5.1 million commitment for Iridium-based satellite docking stations and product bundles over the next 12 months. Initial shipment is expected by June 30. Telstra International.



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