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October 2011 Issue

Expro, Reading, England, contract to provide its SafeWells integrity management software system, which monitors and reports well conditions in real time, allowing centralized well integrity management. Tullow Oil Plc.

Markey Machinery Co., Seattle, Washington, contract to supply deck equipment used for CTD casts and Rosette samples on the RV Roger Revelle. The system uses a CAST6125 deep-sea research winch integrated with an Allied Systems Co. CTD handling system with an antipendulation docking head. Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

BMT Cordah, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to provide support and guidance for environmental compliance in two North Sea decommissioning projects, both of which are in the planning and consenting phase. Canadian Natural Resources International.

FairfieldNodal, Sugar Land, Texas, $30 million for its cable-free nodal recording systems to be used in a 3D seismic acquisition project in Alaska. It marks the first use of Z700 marine nodes in the U.S. and the first major use of Z700 and ZLand nodes in a complementary operation. Apache Corp.

InterMoor, Houston, Texas, contract for a prelay mooring system for a project offshore Vietnam, the company's first in the country. InterMoor prelaid 29 anchors, including 13 piggybacks, in less than two weeks in July. Petro Vietnam Technical Services.

Hutton's Medical, Hull, England, contract to supply medical equipment and to provide annual survey services to a fleet of offshore patrol vessels operating out of Aberdeen, Scotland. Hutton's will ensure ships' medical stores are up-to-date and compliant with regulations. Vector Offshore Ltd.

TWMA, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to handle and dispose of subsea structures and equipment in the North Sea damaged by a storm that caused Maersk's Gryphon floating production, storage and offloading vessel to move off station in February. Maersk Oil.

Donjon Marine Co. Inc., Hillside, New Jersey, indefinite-delivery contract with a $41 million ceiling for marine salvage, towing, harbor clearance, ocean engineering and point-to-point towing services. Donjon will also supply global engineering support services. U.S. Navy.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy, contracts for more than $15 million to provide four shallow-water vertical subsea tree systems in the Southern North Sea gas basin and the East Irish Sea. The contract also includes an M-series vertical subsea tree system for the Central North Sea. Centrica Energy.

Northern Offshore Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda,
£20 million contract for the use of its jackup Energy Enhancer in the Danish sector of the North Sea for one year, commencing in early 2012. The deal's options allow for extensions for up to three years. Maersk Group.

Rolls-Royce plc, London, England, contract to design and equip its UT755 LC platform supply vessel, which will be built at the Flekkefjord, Norway, shipyard. The vessel is due to be completed in the third quarter of 2012. Simek AS.

BMT Scientific Marine Services Inc.
, Houston, Texas, five-year contract to support maintenance and repair for the Cascade and Chinook free-standing hybrid riser tower monitoring system that was installed in 2010. The deal includes equipment replacement, repair, preventative maintenance and refurbishment. Petrobras America Inc.

OceanServer Technology Inc., Fall River, Massachusetts, order for an Iver2 AUV, which will be used in restoration assessments and surveys of benthic characteristics and three-dimensional characterization of water properties and water quality. NOAA.

SAIC, McLean, Virginia, single-award contract worth up to $19 million for engineering and physical life sciences research and development services, such as analysis and sensing; carbon cycling; and development, analysis and modeling of unexploded ordnance sensors. The one-year contract has four one-year options. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.



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