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December 2011 Issue

Kittiwake, Littlehampton, England, order for its online real-time thruster condition monitoring system, ThrusterSCAN, to be installed on Transocean's eight-thruster Development Driller III rig. Transocean Ltd.

RJE International, Irvine, California, contract to supply 40 nonmagnetic diver-operated PQS-2A sonar systems to the U.S. Navy for use in mine recovery and salvage. The PQS-2A, able to detect items as small as a 12-inch cylinder from up to 120 yards away, will be used by the Navy's explosive ordinance disposal divers. ADS Inc.

Veripos, Aberdeen, Scotland, order for 20 of its LD3 modular integrated mobile positioning units. The units will be installed by the contractor aboard DP vessels on behalf of a number of operators. Alphatron Marine BV.

Hydroid Inc., Pocasset, Massachusetts, contract awarded for a REMUS 600 AUV, which will be used to evaluate whether AUV depth soundings provide data that meet NOAA's bathymetric mapping standards. Once the data are validated, the REMUS will carry out operational bathymetric mapping surveys in navigable waters. NOAA.

Fugro Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia, contract to provide development and engineering services for a proposed commercial wind turbine certification test center on the Virginia shore. The facility is expected to be the first in the U.S. where offshore wind turbine generators can be erected and certified. Poseidon Atlantic LLC.

Pommec, Hoogerheide, Netherlands, contract to deliver two complete diver Launch and Recovery Systems (LARS) Lite and the first Twin Basket LARS for projects in the wind farm industry. Osiris Marine Service Ltd.

Corpro Systems Ltd., Aberdeenshire, Scotland, contract for coring services at exploration wells offshore Norway and activity in upcoming production wells in the Barents Sea. Eni S.p.A.

ROMAR International, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, contract to provide swarf handling equipment and personnel to recover metal cuttings during the plugging and abandonment of six wells. Shell UK.

GL Noble Denton, Hamburg, Germany, contract to provide its Stoner Pipeline Simulation software to train Transnet employees who will operate its new 550-kilometer multiproduct pipeline. GL Noble will provide the design, engineering, training, testing and commissioning of the software, which will be implemented before the end of 2011. Transnet SOC Ltd.

Trivec-Avant Corp., Huntington Beach, California, $60.7 million, multiyear contract for commercial-off-the-shelf, small-ship variant, ultrahigh-frequency satellite communication antenna systems and mobile user objective systems. U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

Sound Metrics Corp., Lake Forest Park, Washington, order for 17 DIDSON Diver-Held systems to be placed with agencies at ports in Japan. The order was placed after DIDSON units were used in the search for victims from the March earthquake and tsunami. Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.

Kongsberg Maritime Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, contract for underwater noise assessments during the installation and operational phases of Oyster wave energy device at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney, Scotland. More tests will be done offshore the Isle of Lewis. Aquamarine Power.

BMT Fluid Mechanics, Teddington, England, contract to engineer, procure, install and commission a simulation facility in Houston, Texas. Using BMT's PC Rembrandt maneuvering training software, tug captains and personnel will prepare for the inshore towing of two Chevron production platforms to the Gulf of Mexico. Heerema Marine Contractors Nederland B.V Inc.

Fugro LADS Corp., Adelaide, Australia, contract to conduct an airborne lidar bathymetry survey of Australia's Queensland Sunshine Coast. This project will be used to identify a preferred methodology for modeling coastal and catchment flood hazards. Australia Cooperative Research Centre.



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