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February 2012 Issue

Subsea 7, London, England, two engineering and installation contracts awarded for projects in Gulf of Mexico. Subsea 7 will install umbilical and subsea distribution hardware in the West Boreas field at 959 meters' depth and Cardamom field at 914 meters' depth. Shell.

Thrane & Thrane, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark, 60 million Danish kroner order for at least 290 units of SAILOR 900 VSAT systems. A majority of the delivery will take place this year with a service agreement lasting for the next seven years. The deal is the largest single maritime VSAT order. Ericsson.

Cargotec, Helsinki, Finland,
two separate orders for four ship-to-shore cranes and 10 rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes that will be delivered to Mexico during the first half of 2013 and eight RTG cranes to be delivered to the Philippines in 2012. International Container Services Inc.

Maaskant Shipyards
, Stellendam, Netherlands, order for two newbuild seismic research support vessels. The 40-meter-long vessels can accommodate 14 people and will be delivered in the first quarter of 2013. The order marks the first time Maaskant has received an order for this type of vessel. Rederij Groen.

Dron & Dickson, Stirling, Scotland,
contract awarded to conduct an Ex baseline survey for Maersk's North Sea Producer FPSO. A maintenence strategy will then be implemented to ensure that the FPSO's Ex items are inspected periodically. Maersk FPSOs UK Ltd.

Oceaneering, Houston, Texas, a three-year contract to provide two chartered vessels, each with two ROVs, for field support offshore Angola on blocks 18 and 31. The contract includes subsea construction, inspection, maintenance, repair and engineering. BP plc.

ROMAR International
, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract awarded to support decommissioning and abandonment of up to 30 oil wells in the next four years. ROMAR will provide support services and swarf recovery equipment to collect metal cuttings. Hess.

Rolls-Royce, London, England, £15 million contract awarded to provide design, integrated power and propulsion systems and equipment for two UT 717 CD offshore service vessels. The vessels will be delivered in late 2013. Island Offshore.

Atlas, Aberdeen, Scotland, $10 million contract awarded for international oil and gas e-learning training courses. More than 500 courses will be built and delivered. Exxon Mobil Corp.

Hamworthy Krystallon, Dorset, England, contract for a scrubber system on a newbuild liquified petroleum gas tanker. The vessel will be fitted with two scrubbers; one for the main engine and one combined scrubber for three auxiliary engines. Hyundai Heavy Industries.

Huntington Ingalls Industries, Newport News, Virginia, $113 million contract awarded to continue ship and propulsion plant design engineering and services for the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy, the second ship in the Gerald R. Ford class. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2013. U.S. Navy.

Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway,
contract to supply bridge simulation facilities for three naval training centers in Denmark. The main delivery includes four DNV Class-B part task bridge simulators. Danish Defense Acquisition and Logistics Organization.

Raytheon Canada Ltd., Ottawa, Canada, contract for a demonstration program of its Next-Generation High-Frequency Surface Wave Radar. The system will be installed at Hartlen Point, Nova Scotia, with demonstration starting in 2012. Canadian Department of National Defence, Defence Research and Development Canada.

Lankhorst Ropes, Sneek, Netherlands, contract awarded to supply 31,400 meters of Gama 98 polyester deepwater mooring rope for new spar platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Production was scheduled to begin in January. Technip USA Inc.



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