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November 2012 Issue

IOS InterMoor AS, Stavanger, Norway, five-year contract to provide mooring-related engineering services and equipment offshore Norway. The work scope includes inspection and logistics on the Jotun and Balder fields in the North Sea. Exxon Mobil Exploration and Production Norway AS.

Det Norske Veritas, Høvik, Norway, contract to class an LNG FPSO (FLNG). Work scope includes the floating structure, mooring arrangement and natural gas liquefaction technology. The unit will be built by DSME in Korea for the Kanowit field offshore Sarawak, Malaysia, and is expected to be the world’s first floating liquefaction unit in operation when completed in 2015. PETRONAS.

Deep Casing Tools, Aberdeen, Scotland, contract to supply Turbocaser Express and Turborunner for the Espoir Ivory Coast offshore project. CNR International.

Aquatic Informatics Inc., Vancouver, Canada, contract for AQUARIUS software to be the U.S. national platform for water time series data management, including data storage, processing, review and reporting. U.S. Geological Survey.

ABB Ltd., Zurich, Switzerland, $35 million order to provide integrated power generation and distribution systems, thruster motors, firefighting pump motors and 25-megawatt propulsion systems for an icebreaker vessel under construction for Russia’s state shipping company Rosmorport FSUE. Baltic Shipyard Ltd.

Ross Laboratories Inc., Seattle, Washington, contract to provide a Mini-Sweep small-boat multichannel survey system, designed for use in inland rivers and shallow waters. It will be installed on a 24-foot catamaran hull workboat. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

WorleyParsons Ltd., North Sydney, Australia, contract for Peregrino II field development in the Campos Basin offshore Brazil, including engineering services, procurement activities and management assistance for the Peregrino Phase II facilities. It will be executed as a workshare between WorleyParsons Europe and CNEC WorleyParsons Brazil. South Atlantic Holding BV.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, $38.9 million contract modification to perform class and engineering services for the design and construction of DDG 1000 Zumwalt-class ships, including production and accuracy control; information technology; program, contract and financial management; and procurement and configuration, and data management. Work is expected to be completed by October 2013. U.S. Navy.

Fabricom Offshore Services, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, £1 million contract to support modifications and upgrades as part of a project to extend the operating life of the Thistle Alpha platform, which is located 275 miles north-northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland. EnQuest.

Wärtsilä Hamworthy Ltd., Poole, England, contract to supply cargo handling equipment and engineering to four medium-size carriers. The scope includes deck-tank engineering, reliquefaction plant, and supervision and commissioning. All equipment and engineering services will be delivered in 2013. Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co. Ltd.

GE Oil & Gas, Florence, Italy, $1.1 billion subsea wellhead production contract, including delivery of approximately 380 subsea wellhead systems and installation tools. The equipment will be produced at the GE plant in Jandira, São Paulo, Brazil. Petrobras.

Hibernia Atlantic, Dublin, Ireland, contract to provide European and transatlantic capacity and secure colocation services in London, England. The combined services will link European data centers with those in the U.S. Voxility.

Cargotec Corp., Helsinki, Finland, order for a rail-mounted Siwertell ship unloader with a rated capacity of 1,500 tonnes per hour to be used to discharge coal at a greenfield power plant under construction near Davao, Mindanao Island, in the Philippines. Delivery is scheduled for December 2013. Black & Veatch Corp.



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