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August 2011 Issue

Teledyne Webb Research, East Falmouth, Massachusetts, contract to provide Open Ocean Slocum G2 gliders to support the Ocean Observatories Initiative's high-latitude global arrays, with options to purchase up to 24 gliders. The contract also includes a prototype vehicle to be delivered this year that will utilize the Open Ocean program's specific sensor requirements. National Science Foundation.

Raytheon Co., Waltham, Massachusetts, $51.6 million contract to provide logistics support, including requisitions, tracking government-furnished material and testing and modifying equipment, for communication terminals of the Navy's Extremely High Frequency Satellite Program. U.S. Navy.

GL Renewables Certification, Hamburg, Germany, contract for the type certification of a six-megawatt direct-drive offshore wind turbine according to international standard IE 61400-22. Siemens Wind Power.

General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton, Connecticut, $12.5 million contract modification to develop advanced submarine technologies for existing and future undersea platforms. Initially awarded in November 2010, the contract has a potential value of $711.4 million over five years if all options are exercised. U.S. Navy.

BMT Scientific Marine Services Inc.
, Houston, Texas, contract to provide a marine instrumentation system to the Olympus tension leg platform in the Mars B development project in the Gulf of Mexico. The system will acquire, display and record vessel, marine and environmental data. Shell Offshore Inc.

Austal USA, Mobile, Alabama, $313 million in contract options were exercised, funding construction of the sixth and seventh joint high-speed vessels in a 10-ship program potentially worth more than $1.6 billion. U.S. Navy.

Tritech International Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to supply sonar equipment over a 12-month program, including the integrated homing sonar, for ATLAS ELEKTRONIK's SeaFox mine disposal vehicle. Ultra Electronics.

Cargotec Corp., Helsinki, Finland, contract to deliver more than €20 million worth of MacGregor RoRo equipment, including bulkhead doors and ramp covers, for four deep-sea ConRo vessels. Delivery will begin in 2012. Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co. Ltd.

International Submarine Engineering Ltd., Port Coquitlam, Canada, order for an Explorer AUV for commercial survey operations, which will be supplied with a launch and recovery system that enables it to deploy in up to Sea State 4. Fukuda Salvage and Marine Works Co. Ltd.

AXYS Technologies Inc., Sidney, Canada, contract to provide a WatchMate data buoy, system training and telemetry for environmental monitoring south of the Bering Strait near Alaska. University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Maryland, contract with a ceiling value of $758 million for submarine combat and sonar systems designed around commercially available hardware and software. U.S. Navy.

RJE International Inc., Irvine, California, contract to supply ULB-350/37 underwater location recovery beacons and supporting equipment to assist in locating and recovering lost Bluefin-9 Sealion or REMUS 100 AUVs. Naval Oceanographic Office.

DCNS, Paris, France, contract to supply of four Mistral/BPC-type force projection and command vessels. The first ship will be delivered to Russia in 2014, and the second will be delivered in 2015. Rosoboronexport.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy
, four-year, $120 million subsea service contract to deliver repairs, maintenance and retrofits on a fleet in the Campos Basin offshore Brazil. Petrobras.

Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc.
, Huntsville, Alabama, contract of up to $383 million to develop, manufacture and sustain the shallow-water combat submersible, a replacement for the SEAL delivery vehicle. U.S. Special Operations Command.



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