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November 2011 Issue

All American Marine, Bellingham, Washington,
contract to build a 65-by-24-foot dive and patrol catamaran based on the RV Shearwater. In addition to safety and security missions, the aluminum vessel will conduct oceanographic surveys within the Port of Los Angeles. Los Angeles Port Police.

Fugro Survey Pty Ltd., Balcatta, Australia, contract for a seabed mapping program using a Hugin 1000 AUV, which will provide high-quality data to assist with engineering for a proposed subsea pipeline as part of the Browse LNG Development. Woodside Energy Ltd.

Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, contract for the construction of two Liberty-class tankers valued at $400 million. The double-hulled, 115,000-deadweight-ton vessels, scheduled for delivery in 2014, will transport Alaska North Slope crude oil to U.S. West Coast destinations. SeaRiver Marine Inc.

Saab Sensis Corp., East Syracuse, New York,
prime contract for Seaport-Enhanced, the Web-based contracting source for fleet-wide support services for the U.S. Navy. The company qualified for a number of support areas, including research and development, installation, checkout and in-service engineering support. U.S. Navy.

Maritime Information Systems AS
, Tønsberg, Norway, contract to supply 12 ECDIS systems for 12 existing patrol boats operating in waters around Hong Kong. The company will provide SmartLine MK-10 systems, replacing the existing system of ECDIS and paper charts. Hong Kong Maritime Policy.

Expro, Reading, England, $6 million contract for an appraisal drilling campaign off the northwest shelf of Western Australia. The project, due to commence in late 2011, will use the Jack Bates semisubmersible drilling rig through mid-2012. Hess Australia.

URS Corp., San Francisco, California, contract to provide engineering and technical support dealing with electromagnetic environmental effects experienced by sea, air and land platforms. Naval Surface Warfare Center.

Sparton Corp., Schaumburg, Illinois,
$8.9 million contract for sonobuoy design enhancements under the high-altitude anti-submarine warfare technology development program. Tasks to develop, integrate and test digital data links and GPS units into the sonobuoys are included. U.S. Navy.

Martek Marine, Rotherham, England, contract to supply its Navgard Bridge Navigation Watch Alarm System consisting of a Navgard panel, two external resets, an internal reset, three cabin alarms and four audio-visual alarms. Seacom Electronics.

Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, contract to provide a custom engine room simulator for the training of engineers aboard the Royal Australian Navy's Canberra-class landing helicopter dock (LHD) vessels. The new LHD engineering system trainer is scheduled for delivery in 2013. BAE and the Australian Defence Force.

Coherix Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, contract to develop a system for surface mapping of corrosion on complex curved surfaces, providing the U.S. Navy with the capability to detect and measure corrosion to micron-level resolutions. U.S. Naval Warfare Center.

Cargotec Corp., Helsinki, Finland, contract to supply 10 Kalmar automatic stacking cranes and 17 custom automatic shuttle carriers in the Port of Los Angeles. TraPac Inc.

Navis Engineering OY
, Vantaa, Finland, contract to supply nine NavDP4000 dynamic positioning systems for Damen Shipyards' Sea Axe Fast Crew Suppliers, which will primarily be used as offshore support vessels. Alphatron Marine.

BMT Scientific Marine Services Inc., Houston, Texas, contract to provide an environmental and facilities monitoring system for the Jack and St. Marlo floating production semisubmersible in the Gulf of Mexico. The system will monitor, log and display data in real time on the local environment and facility motions, with long-term archiving for later use. Chevron USA Inc.



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