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August 2015 Issue

Fugro, Leidschendam, Netherlands, has been awarded a Geotechnical Verification Investigations 2015 program. The planned 18-km immersed tunnel will connect Denmark and Germany as part of the Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor, which is one of the EU’s nine priority network corridors. Femern A/S.

Thordon Bearings Inc., Burlington, Canada, has specified their COMPAC water-lubricated propeller shaft system for the first of two Seaside-class cruise ships currently under construction at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone yard. MSC Cruises.

Sub-Atlantic, Aberdeen, Scotland, has won a second contract to deliver one of its Tomahawk observation ROV systems. The Tomahawk, an optimized survey system, is configured with intelligent interfaces, including an advanced subCAN control and diagnostics system, and is powered by Sub-Atlantic’s DC propulsion system. AALEA.

Subsea Riser Products, Woking, England, has secured a contract to develop and qualify its Nimway 510 and Nimway 710 completion and workover riser connectors. The contract is paired with a strategic supply agreement, which enables SRP to source wider support services from other Acteon companies involved in subsea risers and moorings. 2H Offshore and Pulse Structural Monitoring.

Teledyne Webb Research, Falmouth, Massachusetts, has signed an agreement for Slocum glider service, support and repair in Australia and surrounding countries. Customers in this region will now have the option of dealing directly with a Slocum service provider. Blue Ocean Monitoring.

Optimus Seventh Generation, Aberdeen, Scotland, has entered into a decommissioning contract with a major North Sea operator. The four-month contract, which began in May this year, will include Optimus Seventh Generation supply induction training and back-to-back health and safety advisors to support the safe decommissioning of a floating production, storage and offloading vessel in the North Sea. Undisclosed.

Alstom, Levallois-Perret, France, has signed a binding turbine supply agreement and balance of plant contract for the construction of a wind farm, including supply and installation of 66 Alstom Haliade 150-6MW offshore wind turbines. Merkur Offshore.

Bestobell Marine, Sheffield, England, has won a major new order in South Korea to supply valves for two new vessels. Bestobell’s Globe and Check valves will be used within vessels being manufactured for Greek shipowner Gaslog. Hyundai Heavy Industries.

Maritieme Academie Holland, Amsterdam, Netherlands, has selected a simulator partner for their new Inland Navigation Center in Harlingen. The deal includes the purchase of a Full Mission Inland Navigation Simulator and three Inland console trainers. VSTEP.

Inmarsat, London, England, has signed an agreement that appoints an innovative satellite services provider as a partner for FleetBroadband, serving the maritime market globally. The client plans to integrate with the Inmarsat network. World-Link Communications Inc.

Verotec, Manchester, New Hampshire, has supplied suites of five different VMEbus-based systems to a global U.S.-based naval and marine systems integrator. The systems will be used in military shipboard applications. Undisclosed.

First Subsea, Lancaster, England, is supplying a relatchable bend stiffener connector for a flexible production riser for Statoil’s new Gina Krog, turret- moored, floating, storage and offloading vessel in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. NOV Completion & Production Solutions.

Wärtsilä, Helsinki, Finland, will complete the first in a series of “mega-class“ container vessels, which are being built for french ship owner CMA CGM. The vessels will be powered by the Wärtsilä X92 low-speed, two-stroke engine. Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction.



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