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January 2011 Issue

CCS-Inc., Christiansburg, Virginia, contract awarded (terms not provided) to supply 250 Globestar® GS Odyssey II 3U rackmount marine computers to power the client's Vega electronic chart display and information system on three classes of cutters and in training and simulation facilities. (U.S. Coast Guard)

Bowtech Products Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract awarded (terms not provided) to supply all cameras, lights and strobes on 20 remotely operated vehicles. For each vehicle, Bowtech will supply a Surveyor color camera; an Explorer low-light, high-resolution monochrome camera; an L3C-L miniature high-resolution color camera; an LCC miniature high-resolution monochrome camera; eight LED-3200-AC lamps; and a ST3K xenon strobe. (SMD)

Oceaneering International Inc., Houston, Texas, contract awarded (terms not provided) to supply 100 kilometers of steel tube umbilicals and associated distribution equipment, including termination assemblies and flying leads, for development of the Macedon gas field off Western Australia. Product manufacturing is expected to commence in the second quarter of 2011. (BHP Billiton Petroleum Pty Ltd.)

Saab AB, Linköping, Sweden, SEK 116 million contract award to deploy a coastal surveillance system covering the entire Indian mainland coast. The system will encompass 74 sensor locations, six regional control centers and three national control centers, most of which will be connected by broadband satellite links. The contract includes options to add another 12 sensor sites. (Indian Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships)

Hydroid Inc., Pocasset, Massachusetts, $8.4 million cost-plus-incentive fee contract to provide REMUS 600 autonomous underwater vehicles equipped with technologies for meteorological and oceanographic data collection for littoral battlespace sensing. (U.S. Navy Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command)

Expro, Reading, England, $4 million three-year subsea test tree contract award offshore India, including mobilization of one set of subsea test tree equipment with accessories for 400 meters' depth as well as one firm and one optional set of subsea test tree equipment with accessories for 300 meters. (Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.)

Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Mississippi, approximately $480 million contract award for the production of the fourth national security cutter, expected to be delivered in the first quarter of fiscal year 2015. (U.S. Coast Guard)

Subsea 7 Inc., George Town, Cayman Islands, more than $55 million contract award to engineer, procure, fabricate, install and commission a 2.2-kilometer pipeline bundle system along with associated subsea tie-ins and testing and precommissioning works. The system will connect two new platforms scheduled to be installed in the South Arne field in the Danish sector of the North Sea in 2012. (Hess ApS)

DCNS, Paris, France, three contracts totaling €23 million awarded for the operation and maintenance of port facilities and naval base power distribution networks at Toulon and Brest, France. (French navy)

Burntisland Fabrications Ltd., Burntisland, Scotland, £4 million contract award to build the first next-generation Oyster wave energy device, known as Oyster 2. (Aquamarine Power)

Raytheon Co., Waltham, Massachusetts, $240 million contract award for production and delivery of critical components of the Aegis weapons system for the Arleigh Burke-class of destroyers, including production, engineering and support services for four ship sets of the AN/SPY-1D(V) transmitter group and MK99 Mod 8 fire control system. (U.S. Navy)

DryShips Inc., Athens, Greece, approximately $77 million contract award for exploration drilling offshore the Falkland Islands for a period of about 90 days, commencing in the fourth quarter of 2011. (Borders & Southern Petroleum plc)



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