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January 2013 Issue

ABS, Houston, Texas, $3 million award to create a civil, mechanical and naval engineering laboratory complex. It will enable approximately 800 students annually to research robotics, underwater systems, land- and water-based vehicles, and ocean and weather sensors. Stevens Institute of Technology.

3sun Group, Yarmouth, England, three-year contract effective January 1 for operational services for Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm. The group will provide a statutory certification and inspection service for all onshore and offshore equipment, and general engineering services. Scira Offshore Energy.

Austal, Henderson, Australia, 12-month fleet maintenance services contract to support and maintain two 52-meter patrol vessels for the Royal Oman Police Coast Guard, three high-speed, vehicle-passenger ferries and one landing craft. Sultanate of Oman’s National Ferries Co.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, $70.5 million contract to provide ongoing planning yard services for the DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer and the FFG- 7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate programs. This option modifies a contract initially awarded in June 2012. The period of performance is December 31, 2012, through December 29, 2013. U.S. Navy.

Wärtsilä Corp., Helsinki, Finland, contract to supply a complete LNG package, including the propulsion, auxiliaries and controls, for a new offshore support vessel designed by STX Marine Inc. The vessel will operate in the Gulf of Mexico’s offshore oilfields. Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS, Kongsberg, Norway, $55.5 million contract to supply MSI-90U Mk 2 submarine components for three new submarines. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd.

CARIS, Fredericton, Canada, award for the PLECO project to address requirements for a new system to post-process multibeam echosounder data. This involves components of the Ping-to-Chart solution, including HIPS Multibeam Professional and BASE Editor. Norwegian Hydrographic Service.

Subsea 7, London, England, $30 million contract to support the redevelopment of the Schiehallion Field, West of Shetland. The scope includes the provision of a subsea construction vessel for five months to disconnect the risers subsea prior to removal and replacement of the existing FPSO. Offshore work is due to start in early 2013. BP plc.

DeepOcean AS, Haugesund, Norway, inspection, maintenance and repair contract that includes a one-year option for the Edda Fauna and a seven-month option for Edda Fonn. The award is the third optional period under a long-term frame agreement. Statoil.

VERIPOS Ltd., Westhill, Scotland, three-year contract for continuing provision of GNSS positioning services for a fleet of vessels, including the latest Apex2 service. Associated vessel hardware being provided includes modular LD6 integrated mobile units. Allseas.

TWMA, Aberdeen, Scotland, £2 million contract until August 2014 to provide skip-and-ship services to transport drill cuttings and associated materials produced by offshore drilling operations on the WilPhoenix semisubmersible drilling rig in the Central North Sea to TWMA’s thermal processing plant at Peterhead, Scotland, for treatment via TWMA’s TCC RotoMill technology. Premier Oil.

Stork Technical Services, Aberdeen, Scotland, three-year global frame agreement to deliver a range of inspection and expediting services on a global basis in line with the operating regions of Africa, Gulf of Mexico, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Brazil, North Sea and Canada. Subsea 7.

Guntermann & Drunck GmbH, Wilnsdorf, Germany, award for DVICenter DP16 KVM matrix switch to tie together navigation systems on the CCGS Griffon icebreaker, allowing access to the backup electronic clearing system on any of the bridge’s five navigation consoles. Canadian Coast Guard.



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