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March 2017 Issue

ProSep, Houston, Texas, will supply one ProDry unit to Statoil for the Troll B ZMP Project. ProSep’s project scope of supply began January 2017 and is expected to last approximately five months. Aker Solutions.

Kongsberg, Kongsberg, Norway,together with a network of approximately 100 small and large suppliers across Norway, will have large and key deliveries for new submarines. The partnership for submarine acquisition will include Kongsberg’s Naval Strike Missile. German and Norwegian Navies.

TechWorks Marine, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, was awarded a contract to design and deploy an operational wave buoy to be deployed at Roche’s Point on the approach to Cork Harbour. Port of Cork.

Innova AS, Sandnes, Norway, has selected acoustic and inertial navigation technology for two new in-field resident ROVs being built in Norway. Each ROV will be installed with a co-housed Sonardyne SPRINT INS and Syrinx DVL to provide tightly coupled navigation data for survey and inspection missions up to 4,000-m depth. Sonardyne International Ltd.

Peterson, The Woodlands, Texas, will provide logistics consultancy services to support the planning and initial development of Port Cameron, a 500-acre deepwater staging port situated in Cameron, Louisiana, serving the Gulf of Mexico. Port Cameron LLC.

Subsea Technology & Rentals Ltd. (STR), Great Yarmouth, England, has purchased a 106G Series Submersible GPS receiver designed to survive immersion to complement the operation of a nearby standard subsea positioning beacon. Applied Acoustic Engineering Ltd.

Alfa Laval’s, Lund, Sweden, PureBallast 3.1 has been selected as the ballast water treatment system to be retrofitted on 11 RoRo vessels. STAMCO Ship Management.

Optimarin, Sandnes, Norway, will deliver two 500-cubic m/hr. capacity Optimarin Ballast Systems to be installed on a 155,000-barrel capacity clean products barge, with delivery scheduled for August 2018. Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding.

Corvus Energy Inc., Richmond, Canada, will supply the lithium-ion-based energy storage system (ESS) for a new hybrid chemical tanker being built for Rederiet Stenersen AS of Norway. The Orca Energy ESS will integrate with WE Tech Solutions’ propulsion system for environmental performance. WE Tech Solutions.

Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd. (SMD), Wallsend, England, will design, manufacture and deliver the next-generation MD3XT submarine telecom cable plough equipped with an optical umbilical and umbilical winch. This will be supplied with the control and power cabins. S.B. Submarine Systems Co. Ltd.

Metal Shark, Jeanerette, Louisiana, has been awarded two separate contracts to produce passenger vessels: four 88-ft., high-speed/low-wake, 149-passenger aluminum catamarans for one contract and two 105-ft., high-speed/low-wake, 149-passenger aluminum catamaran ferries for the other contract. Potomac Riverboat Co. Division of Entertainment Cruises, New Orleans Regional Transit Authority.

SurvTech Solutions Inc., Tampa, Florida, has selected the NEXUS 800 as an aerial mapping solution to acquire upland data simultaneous with subaqueous data and to make a seamless point cloud of upland and submerged data. HYPACK.

CalAmp’s, Oxnard, California, enhanced LMU-4530 telematics device will support Navico’s GoFree Connected Vessel program to monitor onboard engine, sensor and navigation data. Navico.

Wãrtsilã Corp., Helsinki, Finland, signed a service agreement to take care of the maintenance of engines and propulsion systems on board PGS’s fleet of eight seismic vessels. PGS Geophysical AS.

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