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September 2013 Issue

Tideland Signal, Houston, Texas, has been awarded a contract to equip the new Solan oil platform in the British sector of the North Sea with a completely decentralized warning system in which each light/fog station is equipped with its own control panel, local power supply and battery bank. Wärtsilä Corp.

Tritech, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a contract for its real-time riser and mooring line monitoring system. The company will supply the primary safety tool for real-time mooring line failure detection and riser monitoring for the FPSO unit for the BP Quad 204 development. Single Buoy Moorings Inc.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, has a $212 million contract for the design and construction of a steel deckhouse and hangar, as well as construction of aft peripheral vertical launching system modules. U.S. Navy.

Amarcon, Dalfsen, Netherlands, has received an order for two OCTOPUS-Onboard motion monitoring systems. Based on three accelerometers, the monitoring systems will be installed on two heavy-freight cargo vessels. CJ Korea Express.

Havila Shipping ASA, Fosnavåg, Norway, has extended a contract until the end of 2015 for the continuation of dual-beam service aboard nine offshore support vessels. The service features both GPS and Glonass capabilities. VERIPOS.

Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies AS, Sandvika, Norway, has signed an agreement for the delivery of subsea structures, in-line tees, tie-in and connection systems for the Polarled gas pipeline, which will make it possible to develop Aasta Hansteen and other fields in the Norwegian Sea. Statoil.

Proteus, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has been contracted to deliver fine-scale terrestrial and marine land use, land cover and habitat maps for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The project will include 60,000 square kilometers of land area and the coastal marine environment. Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi.

DOF Subsea Norway AS, Bergen, Norway, has been awarded a contract for a newbuild FPSO. The scope of work includes mooring preinstallation, tow-out and hook-up work. Teekay Petrojarl Production AS.

GL Renewables Certification, Hamburg, Germany, has been chosen to conduct the A-Design Assessment of its 5.5-megawatt, full-conversion offshore wind turbine. AMSC.

Makai Ocean Engineering’s, Kailua, Hawaii, MakaiLay will control cable installation and repair operations of six vessels that are being converted to use the software technology. Two of the new systems have been delivered so far. Global Marine Systems.

Rapp Hydema, Bodø, Norway, has landed a contract for an entire outfitting of the trawler FV Araho. The package includes a pair of TWS-22051RE electric trawl winches. The trawler build could be the first of several new-builds to replace aging hulls throughout the Alaskan trawl fleet. O’Hara Corp.

Barge Master, Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands, will employ the Barge Master motion-compensated platform during phase three of the Malampaya project. The Barge Master system will be used during the second half of 2014 for the installation of a permanent bridge between a depletion compression platform and an existing shallow-water gas production platform. Boskalis International bv.

First Subsea Ltd., Lancaster, England, has been awarded a contract to supply the subsea mooring connectors for a 23,000-ton truss spar platform moored in 1,620 meters of water in the Heidelberg field development in Green Canyon Blocks 859, 860, 903, 904 and 948 in the Gulf of Mexico. Technip.

SAIC, McLean, Virginia, was awarded a contract for base level information infrastructure sustainment services, with a three-year base period. U.S. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific.



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