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June 2013 Issue

Bowtech Products Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a contract to supply cameras and lights, which will equip two new ROV systems. ROVOP has recently invested in two vehicles, including a 3,000-meter, 150-horsepower, work-class Schilling HD ROV and a Saab SeaEye Cougar XT ROV system. ROVOP.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy, will supply turbomachinery equipment, as well as services to support Statoilís installed fleet of GE turbomachinery. GEís equipment will be deployed primarily for Statoilís onshore and offshore projects in Norway, as well as for other global activities, between 2013 and 2018. Statoil.

Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies, Sandvika, Norway, has signed a software contract to deliver SiteCom real-time drilling information to six regional centers. Chinese National Offshore Oil Co.

Orion Marine Group Inc., Houston, Texas, announced a contract award of about $9 million to dredge approximately 2 million cubic yards of material on a portion of the Houston Ship Channel. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Kongsberg Evotec AS, Ulsteinvik, Norway, will provide the complete back-deck solution for handling of up to 20 streamers aboard a GC Rieber-owned, newbuild seismic exploration vessel. The vessel can tow up to 20 streamers and features technology for handling cables, wires and ropes. Kleven.

Subsea 7, London, England, will build a heavy construction and flexible pipelay vessel that will be delivered in 2016. It will have a 2,600-square-meter deck area and a 600-ton active heave compensated offshore crane. Hyundai Heavy Industries, Huisman.

Kalmar, Melbourne, Australia, has an order for the extension of booms on two quay cranes. The two cranes will be commissioned before the yearís end. The increase in vessel width requires the quay crane to be adapted. Terminales Rio de la Plata.

BMT Scientific Marine Services, Escondido, California, will provide an environmental and facility monitoring system for the Delta House semisubmersible project operating in the Gulf of Mexico. The environmental and facility monitoring system monitors, logs and displays data in real time. LLOG Exploration.

Aspin Kemp & Associates,Owen Sound, Canada, has been awarded the contract to supply a diesel-electric power and propulsion system for a dive support vessel. The Incat Crowther will be a 56-meter, fully integrated catamaran that will offer dive support, geotechnical survey, cargo transport and safety standby. Bhagwan Marine.

Gardline, Great Yarmouth, England, the marine wildlife department of Gardline has been contracted for the construction-phase environmental surveys for the Humber Gateway offshore wind farm. The wind farm will be located off Englandís East Yorkshire coast. E.ON.

Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas), Lowestoft, England, signed a contract for specialist environmental evaluation of Kuwaiti waters. Cefas will assess coastal areas that have been impacted by sewage and industrial discharges. Kuwait Environment Public Authority.

Proteus, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has been contracted to deliver complete bathymetric surveys of five Irish bays. Proteus will use satellite data to create a seabed classification map and perform water quality monitoring on one of the bays. Geological Survey of Ireland.

Helm Operations, Victoria, Canada, will manage vessel maintenance, safety and compliance with Helm Onboard. Helm Onboard will be installed on all Bordelon vessels, with the first installation on Stingray series 260-foot class DP2 OSV. Bordelon Marine.

NAVTOR, Egersund, Norway, Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS) will be distributed on the NAVTOR NavStick USB device. The deal will also see all Admiralty digital publications made available on the NavStick. United Kingdom Hydrographic Office.



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