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June 2011 Issue

Dron & Dickson, Stirling, Scotland, multimillion pound contract to provide a range of electrical consumables in support of assets in the North Sea. The deal is for three years, with two one–year extension options. Talisman Energy (UK) Ltd.

Veripos, Aberdeen, Scotland, two–year positioning services contract for BGL–1 pipeline installation on a 122– meter dynamically positioned barge. Veripos' services will be supported by LD2–G2 mobile receiver equipment and Verify QC software software. The contract has an option for an additional two years and is Veripos' second from the contractor. Petrobras.

Baker Hughes, Houston, Texas, five–year contract for drilling and evaluation services and to manage third–party services for the Platinum Explorer drillship. The company will supply directional drilling, surface–logging services, drilling fluids, liner hangers, cementing, coring and other services. Oil and Natural Gas Corp.

Bluefin Robotics Corp., Cambridge, Massachusetts, subcontract awarded to support the development, design, fabrication, integration and testing of the acoustic device countermeasure (ADC) MK 5, with a focus on providing the mobility subsystem. The ADC will be a three–inch–diameter expendable device with features that can be employed as static or mobile. It will replace the U.S. Navy's MK 2 and MK 3 torpedo countermeasures. Ultra Electronics Ocean Systems Inc.

Amor Group, Renfrew, Scotland, £1.2 million contract awarded to relocate and upgrade Aberdeen College's replica oil platform and training facility, The Eagle Alpha Oil and Gas Process Plant Training Suite. The project is scheduled to be completed by late summer. Aberdeen College.

LS Cable & System, Anyang, South Korea, awarded its first contract in the U.S. for a turnkey submarine cable project connecting West Islip, New York, to nearby Captree Island. The project will supply power to Robert Moses State Park and local communities. Work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2011. National Grid.

Tideland Signal Corp., Houston, Texas, contract awarded to supply warning equipment to protect the Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm in the U.K. against collisions and accidental damage caused by shipping. The equipment includes five two–mile fog stations along with pairs of marine LED lanterns that have a range of five nautical miles. Equipment will be delivered in three main stages from 2011 to 2013. RWE npower renewables.

Misener Marine Construction Inc., Tampa, Florida, approximately $18 million contract awarded for two new berths—one for a cruise pier and one for a cargo pier—at Port Canaveral, Florida. The project has two additional options that could increase the deal to $22 million. Construction is expected to start in the third quarter of 2011 and to last about two years. Port Canaveral.

RSL Fiber Systems LLC
, East Hartford, Connecticut, contract awarded to supply fiber–optic remote source lighting system for the Italian navy's first six of an anticipated 10 FREMM–class frigates, which are currently under construction. This is RSL's first non–U.S. Navy agreement. Fincanteri.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, contract awarded for two Ramform W–class vessels, capable of 3D seismic data acquisition for sea–bottom resource exploration. Delivery is scheduled for spring 2013. Petro?leum Geo–Services ASA.

Schilling Robotics LLC, Davis, California, contract for three ROV systems to be used to be delivered in the second quarter of 2011. One ROV will be used on a new pipelay and heavy lift vessel, and the other two work–class ROVs will be used for construction, inspection, maintenance and repair. Subsea 7.

Tognum AG, Friedrichshafen, Germany, contract for a follow–up order of triple–type 16V 4000 M90 series MTU engines and automation systems for 20 new inshore fast patrol vessels. Delivery of the 60 engines that were ordered will be between 2011 and 2014. Indian Coast Guard.



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