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July 2012 Issue

Caley Ocean Systems Ltd., East Kilbride, Scotland, contract to supply bespoke oceanographic winches, and stern and side A-Frame systems for seabed drilling and coring equipment on a new research vessel. Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.

L-3 Unidyne, New York City, New York, $79 million contract to provide equipment or system expertise for troubleshooting, repair, assessment, inspection, failure analysis, maintenance training, logistics support, modernization and long-term problem resolution for all classes of submarines worldwide. U.S. Navy.

Woods Hole Group Inc., Falmouth, Massachusetts, contract to review the coastal protection plan for Palm Beach, Florida, and provide recommendations for future projects. A report will be presented to the town council in August. Palm Beach Town Council.

Det Norske Veritas, Oslo, Norway, contract to conduct risk studies of LNG bunker station project at Brunsbüttel, Germany, including quantitative risk analysis, emergency planning and nautical risk analysis. DNV will work with the approval authority Landesamt für Landwirtschaft, Umwelt und ländliche Räume. Gasnor AS, Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH.

Bowtech Products Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to supply CL Series underwater LED lights for Boat 4 of the Astute build program. The lights incorporate technology from Bowtech’s commercial off-the-shelf product range and supersede the lights that the company also supplied to boats 1 to 3. BAE Systems.

OceanSaver, Drammen, Norway, contract for two 2-by-3,000-cubic-meters-per-hour type-approved Mark II ballast water treatment systems to be installed on two very large crude carriers. One will be commissioned this year, and the other is expected to be commissioned in mid-2013. Almi Tankers S.A.

General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton, Connecticut, $117.8 million contract modification to develop advanced submarine technologies for existing and future undersea platforms. The contract supports near-term Virginia-class technology insertion and identification of Ohio-class replacement technology options. U.S. Navy.

Tritech International Ltd., Aberdeenshire, Scotland, contract to supply sonar equipment for SeaFox mine neutralization systems for a U.S. Navy requirement for a mine countermeasures system. Atlas Elektronik GmbH.

VERIPOS, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, contract to supply facilities and equipment aboard the multipurpose vessels Reef Despina and Reef Larissa, including Ultra Precise Point Positioning service, installation of LD2-GGT2 integrated mobile units incorporating demodulators and multifrequency receivers, and Verify QC software. Specialist Subsea Services Ltd.

GL Noble Denton, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to draft a series of documents for the Petroleum Safety Framework, defining what oil and gas operators must do to comply with the Irish Petroleum (Exploration and Extraction) Safety Act 2010. Irish Commission for Energy Regulation.

Expro International Group Ltd., Reading, England, three-year contract to provide two 15-kips-per-square-inch-rated auxiliary strings with direct hydraulic umbilicals and reelers for tubing hanger operations for two projects in the Gulf of Mexico. Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

ABB, Zurich, Switzerland, $18 million order to provide diesel electric propulsion and power distribution system, including drives, motors, generators, medium voltage switchgear, transformers and softstarters, for two new deep-sea pipeline installation vessels that will build oil transport infrastructure offshore Brazil. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd.

Nautronix, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to supply a NASDrill RS925 deepwater acoustic positioning system for a fourth ultradeepwater drillship. The new vessels will be constructed at Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan, Korea, and will be able to operate up to 12,000 feet. Noble Corp.



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