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September 2012 Issue

Resolve Marine Group Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, contract to remove the cargo vessel Rena from the Astrolabe Reef off the coast of New Zealand, where the ship ran aground last October. The first step will be removing the bow, which is expected to take six months. Daina Shipping Co.

Rapp Hydema U.S., Seattle, Washington, contract to supply an active-heave-compensated electric ROV winch to accommodate 7,500 meters of 9/16-inch cable. Delivery is expected in February 2013. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

exactEarth Ltd., Cambridge, Canada, contract to provide satellite AIS data that will be used in the counterpiracy Operation Ocean Shield in the Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden and Somali Basin, as well as in the counterterrorism Operation Active Endeavour in the Mediterranean. NATO.

VERIPOS Ltd., Westhill, Scotland, three-year contract for continuing provision of precision GNSS positioning services for 16 DP vessels, in addition to another six that are due to begin service in the near future. All the vessels are being supplied with Apex2 precise point positioning service. Island Offshore.

General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton, Connecticut, $6.9 million contract for advanced planning and material procurement to prepare for and complete Dry-Docking Selected Restricted Availabilities (DSRAs) on the Los Angeles-class submarines USS Hartford and USS Toledo. The DSRAs are scheduled for completion by January 2013. U.S. Navy.

EIVA a/s, Hasselager, Denmark, contract for NaviPac, NaviScan and NaviEdit data acquisition software, to be installed on all relevant vessels by mid-2013. EIVA will extend the capabilities of the product suite to match specified needs. Subsea 7.

Expro International Group Ltd., Reading, England, one-year contract extension to provide an extended well test, data acquisition services and drill stem testing package, including Cableless Telemetry System (CaTS). Work will take place offshore Cameroon across two exploration and appraisal wells in the Lungahe and Elombo fields, and two development wells in Dissoni. Perenco.

MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd., Richmond, Canada, $11.9 million (CAD) amendment to increase provision of RADARSAT-2 satellite imagery to Europe’s Global Monitoring for Environment and Security program. The imagery will be used for sea-ice monitoring of the Baltic Sea, Arctic Ocean and Antarctic Ocean. European Space Agency.

Thales Nederland BV, Hengelo, Netherlands, contract for the delivery and installation of the Tacticos Combat Management System, the Variant surveillance radar, the STIR 1.2 EO Mk2 radar E/O tracking system and the ESM system on four Al-Ofouq-class patrol vessels. The contract includes combat system integration. Royal Navy of Oman.

Cargotec Corp., Helsinki, Finland, contract to deliver a 400-tonne MacGregor active heave-compensated offshore crane and a second smaller crane. Both are equipped for cold-climate operations and will be delivered at the beginning of 2014 with a MacGregor Arctic package for a subsea offshore construction vessel. Kleven Maritime AS.

OceanSaver AS, Drammen, Norway, contract for Mark II ballast water treatment system to be installed on two 162,000-cubic meter LNG carriers. BW Gas AS.

Intelsat Global S.A., Washington, D.C., multiyear contract for the next- generation Intelsat EpicNG platform on Intelsat 29e for advanced fixed and mobile services in remote and harsh environments. The agreement will enable the provision of more than 1 gigabit of throughput on the EpicNG. Harris CapRock Communications.

OceanServer Technology Inc., Fall River, Massachusetts, contract for an Iver2 AUV equipped with a CTD sensor, an acoustic Doppler current profiler and side scan sonar. Florida Keys Community College.



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