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August 2012 Issue

Textron Marine & Land Systems, Slidell, Louisiana, $213 million contract for the detailed design and construction of an initial ship-to-shore connector test and training craft, which will replace the Landing Craft, Air Cushion. Work is to be completed by February 2017. The contract includes options for up to eight production craft to be delivered by 2020. U.S. Navy.

Teledyne Benthos, North Falmouth, Massachusetts, five-year, $6 million contract for indefinite quantity and delivery of products, including acoustic releases, deck boxes, undersea telemetry and positioning systems, and acoustic Doppler current profilers. U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office.

Murmansk Shipping Co., Murmansk, Russia, contract option for chartering the diesel icebreaker Vladimir Ignatyuk to create a channel through the sea ice of Antarctica’s McMurdo Sound to enable resupplying and refueling of U.S. research stations in 2012 and 2013. The vessel completed its first break-in and escort February 2012. The National Science Foundation.

MAR Inc., Rockville, Maryland, five-year contract for the maintenance and operation of Ohmsett, an oil spill response research and testing facility in Leonardo, New Jersey. MAR will facilitate research and testing projects and training programs, in addition to conducting facility repairs and upgrades. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement.

ORBCOMM Inc., Fort Lee, New Jersey, multiyear framework contract through partner LuxSpace Sárl to provide satellite AIS data for ship tracking and other maritime navigational and safety efforts for designated regions and projects. European Maritime Safety Agency.

Rolls-Royce plc, London, England, $3 million award to develop technologies to support unmanned naval vehicle missions, including automated systems for mine countermeasures, anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare, coastal security patrols and environmental data collection, and the design of refueling systems and remote-handling equipment for underwater sensors. The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.

FMC Technologies, Houston, Texas, 1.2-billion-krone contract for subsea production systems for the Gullfaks South field, contingent on an investment decision expected at the end of this summer. Statoil.

Applied Acoustic Engineering Ltd., Great Yarmouth, England, contract to supply Easytrak ultrashort baseline systems for the U.S. Navy’s Seafox mine disposal ROVs. Atlas North America.

Transas Marine China, Shanghai, China, contract to supply four bridges for newbuild UT755 platform supply vessels, with seven multifunctional display workstations and equipment including X-Band Navi-Chart Radar, S-Band Navi-Chart Radar, Navi-Sailor Dual ECDIS and Navi-Conning. Pax­Ocean Engineering Pte Ltd.

Bowtech Products Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to supply, in partnership with N-Seatec Subsea Systems B.V., Bowtech Surveyor high-definition cameras, associated connectors and various interconnection cables to replace the high-definition cameras in a fleet of Schilling Robotics LLC UHD ROVs. Allseas UK Ltd.

Cargotec, Helsinki, Finland, contract for 16 electrically driven bulk versions of variable frequency drive cranes for a new series of four Bdelta37 bulk carriers. Each vessel will be equipped with four GLBE 3026-2 MacGregor cranes. The China Navi­gation Co. Ltd.

Silver Ships Inc., Theodore, Alabama, contract to construct two oil spill service boats. Equipment includes an Elastec hydraulically-controlled powered boom reel, an Elaspray portable dispersant system, a 200-gallon dispersant tank and an Elastec TDS118 Skimmer System. Saudi Aramco.

Teledyne RD Instruments, Poway, California, contract to provide up to 86 acoustic Doppler current profiler instruments for the Ocean Observatories Initiative. Delivery for the first order was scheduled for August. National Science Foundation.



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