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June 2015 Issue

Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, has been selected for a combined delivery of survey technology, including a range of Simrad scientific research systems for the RV Kronprins Haakon. Kongsberg Maritime will also supply an extensive K-Bridge system. Fincantieri.

Helm Operations, Victoria, Canada, has been chosen to provide its CONNECT preventive maintenance software. The client operates six tugs that are ABS-classed hull and machinery, A1 towing and ISM certified. Louisiana International Marine.

MMT, Gothenburg, Sweden, has completed a pipeline inspection in the North Sea, Danish sector, for the eighth year in a row. The operation was conducted with MMT’s survey vessel Franklin to find exposed pipe. If it was exposed more than 60 percent, a more careful inspection was performed. Dong E&P.

SMD, Newcastle, England, has delivered a Q-Trencher 400 telecoms vehicle, which is to be installed on a newbuild submarine cable installation and maintenance vessel that is currently undertaking dock trials ahead of its maiden voyage later this year. E-Marine.

Flash Tekk, Singapore, has secured a contract for one HD ROV. The 4,000-meter-rated HD system will be delivered and mobilized in December 2015. The company said that the purchase of the HD ROV was the first step in a long-term partnership. FMC Technologies.

Cortland, Cortland, New York, announced the award of a patented BOB 12-by-12 fiber rope for use on a fiber rope deployment system (FRDS), which is based on the patented cable traction control unit technology. The FRDS system will have a single fall capacity of 150 tons. Rolls Royce.

Wärtsilä, Helsinki, Finland, has an order for scrubber systems to clean the exhaust emissions from two RoRo carriers, the Balticborg and Bothniaborg. These will be Wärtsilä’s first deliveries of its scrubber systems to the client. The contract was signed in March. Royal Wagenborg.

Delta SubSea, Montgomery, Texas, signed an agreement to develop a subsea gamma ray hydrate localization tool, known as EUREKA, which will locate hydrate plug formations. Sensor components are unaffected by process pressure, temperature or corrosive properties. VEGA Americas Inc.

Tidewater Subsea, New Orleans, Louisiana, has been awarded a WROV services contract with the Campos Tide in Australia on the Chevron Wheatstone project. This award follows the successful completion of the company’s first ROV project offshore western Australia earlier in the year. Allseas.

Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, has supplied a second Cougar XT to the client’s ROV fleet. This new addition comes fully containerized and can be easily transported across the globe. Keynvor MorLift Ltd.

Riegl, Horn, Austria, has been commissioned to supply an airborne laser bathymetry system. The additional system will enable simultaneous topographic and bathymetric surveys in multiple geographical areas, and provide measurements of nearshore and shallow-water environments. Fugro.

TE SubCom, Eatontown, New, Jersey, has a contract for manufacturing on the America Europe Connect subsea cable system. The system is scheduled to be ready for service in December 2015 as a transatlantic subsea fiber-optic cable system connecting North America to Europe. Aqua Comms Ltd.

Nautronix, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a multimillion-pound contract extension to continue to provide survey services for the next three years. Nautronix has been growing its survey services division since 2012. Ocean Installer.

Ceona, London, England, has been awarded a deepwater contract in the Gulf of Mexico. Ceona will deploy its newest vessel, the Amazon, to install a flexible flowline of approximately 2.4 miles, as well as an umbilical of about 2.6 miles, from the well location. Bennu Oil & Gas LLC.



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