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October 2014 Issue

ABB Turbocharging, Zurich, Switzerland, has a maintenance contract for servicing of turbochargers aboard four vessels, ensuring on-time servicing at agreed prices with a minimum of administration. The agreement will last for three years. BOA Offshore AS.

Sonardyne International Ltd., Yateley, England, was selected to supply acoustic release transponders to support water and ice quality research. Lightweight release transponders were used to deploy and recover specialist recording instruments. Luode Consulting.

Wärtsilä Corp., Helsinki, Finland, won an order for ballast water management systems. A total of 22 bulk carriers will be fitted with two Wärtsilä AQUARIUS UV systems. The scope of supply includes commissioning and sea trials of the equipment. Pioneer Marine.

Oceaneering International Inc., Houston, Texas, has a contract extension of both one-year options for work offshore Angola on Blocks 18 and 31. Under this contract term, Oceaneering will continue to provide project management, engineering and vessel services through January 2017. BP p.l.c.

HYPACK Inc., Middletown, Connecticut, was selected as the main hydrographic tool for two international commissions responsible for important navigational areas of Argentina and Uruguay. The Administrative Commission of the La Plata River and the Administrative Commission of the River Uruguay.

Jotun, Sandefjord, Norway, has a contract to provide upgrades for antifouling solutions on newbuild vessels and new subsequent contracts for the Jotun Hull Performance Solution, including SeaQuantum X200. China Merchant Energy Shipping Co. Ltd.

Danelec Marine, Copenhagen, Denmark, has been selected as a supplier of voyage data recorders (VDR). The Danelec DM100 is the first VDR type approved and wheelmarked under the new International Maritime Organization standard. Transas Group.

Cobham SATCOM, Wimborne, England, will provide its SAILOR 900 VSAT Ku-/Ka-band system and forthcoming SAILOR Global Xpress antennas for integration in a maritime VSAT portfolio. Cobham SATCOM was selected following a comprehensive testing period. Furuno.

Trojan Marinex’s, London, Canada, ballast water treatment system will be installed in an 11-vessel tanker fleet. The vessels sail in waters in the United States. The Trojan Marinex system has been tested in all water qualities. Laurin Maritime.

Elcome International, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, was awarded a contract to supply components for a new maritime communication network for the Sultanate of Oman. System integration, installation, training and maintenance for equipment in the operations center and remote sites are also included in the contract. Frequentis AG.

Nortek, Rud, Norway, has a partnership agreement to add Signature500 AD2CPs to rental inventory. The Signature500 will provide new measurement opportunities for engineering and scientific studies focused on tidal turbines and offshore wind towers. The product will immediately be sent out on a job. GSE Rentals.

Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, will supply an extensive offshore and navigation simulator package for a new training center. The facility will feature an integrated simulator suite, enabling specific operations and vessel team training. All vessels owned by the company will operate with Kongsberg technology. Ocean Rig UDW Inc.

Divex, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a multimillion-pound contract to supply a saturation diving system. The systems, which will include an air/nitrox surface diving capability, are to be installed upon a newbuild vessel for BP Exploration Shah Deniz II Project. Keppel Singmarine.

DSIT Solutions Ltd., Givat Shmuel, Israel, received an order for its underwater security system for the protection of a nuclear power plant. The system ordered is based on a special version of the company’s AquaShield diverdetection sonar. Undisclosed.



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