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December 2014 Issue

Durastic, Liverpool, England, has won a supply-and-installation deal on a major new North Sea platform. Durastic will supply and lay its fire-retardant underlay and flooring products in the cellar deck of a new platform under construction for the £4.5-billion Clair Ridge oilfield. Hyundai Heavy Industries.

PCCI Inc., Alexandria, Virginia, was awarded a contract to provide consulting services for the design/build process of debris skimmer boats. Consulting support includes providing technical assistance, system configurations and oversight of the acquisition. Washington, D.C., Water and Sewer Authority.

AML Oceanographic, Sidney, Canada, marked the release of its cabled UV biofouling control product with a shipment that will be tested on LISST instruments. The product is ideal for preventing growth on a broad spectrum of equipment and surfaces. U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Sciences Center.

OceanLED USA LLC, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has been selected as the preferred supplier for underwater LED lighting and accessories. The client will have direct access to OceanLEDís full line of underwater LED lighting during the three-year agreement. International Boat Builders Inc.

Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd., West Molesey, England, has been awarded a contract for acoustic noise range tracking equipment for use in U.K. waters. The design, development and manufacturing phase of the project extends throughout a three-year period. QinetiQ.

Dunkerque LNG, Dunkerque, France; Air Liquide, Paris, France; and Exmar, Antwerp, Belgium, have been chosen as partners for the construction of a marine station specifically dedicated to liquefied natural gas bunkering, following a call for expressions of interest. Port of Dunkirk.

Navico Holding AS, Egersund, Norway, reached an agreement to acquire MARIS (Maritime Information Systems AS). MARIS is a supplier of data solutions to the commercial maritime sector related to navigation, voyage optimization and voyage monitoring. The Greig Group.

VSTEPís, Rotterdam, Netherlands, simulator was purchased to supply an advanced maritime simulator classroom at a military base. The classroom includes 12 NAUTIS desktop trainers and two NAUTIS instructor stations. Australian Army.

DNV GL, Høvik, Norway, was chosen to have its ShipManager software integrated on a fleet of 60 vessels, allowing the company to streamline systems and benefit from industry best practice. The integration is scheduled to start this year. Ahrenkiel Steamship.

Unique Wellube, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, was recently contracted for the supply and engineering of mechanical seal plugs for a significant pipeline isolation project. Unique Wellube designed and manufactured an 8-inch extended plug. Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co.

Northrop Grumman Corp., Falls Church, Virginia, was awarded a $207,291,682 contract for low-rate initial production of AN/TPS-80 ground/air task-oriented radar systems. U.S. Marine Corps.

Intergraph, Huntsville, Alabama, was selected to provide Smart Yard as the solution for a project to integrate construction/fabrication yard management. Smart Yard will be integrated across the entire life cycle of the project. OceanMight Sdn. Bhd.

Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS), Attleboro, Massachusetts, has been chosen to equip subsea vehicles. ESS will provide the syntactic buoyancy systems for a family of AUVs. The high-performance syntactics allow manned and unmanned vehicles to operate for long periods of time. Bluefin Robotics.

Clean Marine Energy, the Hague, Netherlands, has been selected to supply exhaust gas cleaning systems for two new tankers. The order will enable the vessels to comply with IMO regulations without switching to more expensive fuels. Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.



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