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April 2011 Issue

CDL Ltd.
, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract awarded for 12 TOGS-S surface fiber optic gyro systems to be installed on 12 military hovercrafts as part of an integrated bridge system solution. Marine Electronic Sys?tems Ltd.

American Pollution Control Corp.
, New Iberia, Louisiana, contract awarded for development and testing of OSBORS, the company's submerged oil recovery system. The phase 2 contract involves final design and planning for live testing at the National Oil Spill Response Research and Renewable Energy Test Facility in Leonardo, New Jersey, in late 2011. U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Branch.

International Submarine Engineering Ltd., Port Coquitlam, Canada, contract awarded for operations support on Arctic Explorer autonomous under?water vehicles being used to help define the northern extent of Canada's extended continental shelf. Canadian Department of National Defence.

iXSea, Marly-le-Roi, France, contract awarded for two MARINS inertial navigation systems to be installed on the U.K. Royal Navy's HMS Audacious, along with an additional unit for preliminary integration testing. iXSea will provide engineering and project management support for the installation. BAE Systems Submarine Solutions.

FoundOcean, Marlow, England,
contract awarded for offshore grouting of the MOPUstar Phase 2 installation in the Yme Oil Field in the North Sea. The grouting work, expected to take five days to complete, will involve injecting a cement grout into the connection between an oil storage tank and a three-legged topside facility. SBM Offshore N.V.

Bluefin Robotics, Quincy, Massachusetts,
$30 million contract modification to exercise options for the explosive ordnance disposal hull unmanned underwater vehicle localization system production systems, which support naval forces in conducting hull, piers and pilings searches. Naval Surface Warfare Center.

Curtiss-Wright Corp., Parsippany, New Jersey,
$66 million contract award for nuclear propulsion system valves for the next six Virginia-class submarines. The award is for two ship sets, with options on another four ships. Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc.

DCNS, Paris, France,
approximately $20 million contract for four years of in-service support of MU90 torpedoes, along with maintenance of test benches and tools. The contract also covers services related to exercise firings. Direction Générale de l'Armement.

General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products
, Charlotte, North Carolina, $11.2 million contract modification award for continued production of MK 82 directors and MK 200 director controllers, which are components in the Aegis missile fire-control system's illuminator. Deliveries are expected by July 2013. U.S. Navy.

InterMoor, Houston, Texas,
contract awarded to replace the platform wires on the Auger Tension Leg Platform's lateral mooring system in the Gulf of Mexico. The eight platform wires to be replaced are composed of nonjacketed spiral-strand wire. Shell Exploration & Production Co.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy, $7 million contract to supply drilling and production equipment for the expansion of the Elgin Franklin gas field in the North Sea. GE will provide surface wellhead and flow control equipment that can operate at well pressures of 15,000 psi and temperatures of 450° F. Total E&P UK Ltd.

Fugro Seacore, Falmouth, England, $3 million contract award to install the foundation systems for three Oyster 2 wave energy devices. Seacore will begin drilling and installation of steel piles for the devices this summer at Billia Croo near Stromness in Orkney, Scotland. Aquamarine Power.

Brude Safety AS
, Alesund, Norway, contract awarded for the marine evacuation systems (MES) for six ferries being built for Torghatten Nord AS, with an option for another vessel. The client chose the Brude MES Chute SRL, designed for evacuation heights from four to 25 meters. Remontowa S.A.



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