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September 2014 Issue

Fugro, Leidschendam, Netherlands, has been awarded an additional contract for the deployment of two specialist vessels, equipment and expertise in the deep-water search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

NCS Survey, Aberdeen, Scotland, has a five-year contract for positioning services. Mobilization has been successfully completed on the first vessel, the Normand Pacific. Following initial work in the Gulf of Mexico, NCS Survey will be supporting further subsea work in Nigeria at the ABO and OYO fields. Ceona.

Wärtsilä, Helsinki, Finland, has an order for a multipurpose platform supply vessel being built by Tersan Shipyard in Turkey. The vessel will be operated by the Norwegian Troms Offshore Supply Group (Oslo, Norway). There is an option for an additional three vessels. Tidewater Inc.

Rolls-Royce Power Systems, London, England, has won an order for six MTU diesel engines, which will be used to propel three double-ended ferries in Turkey. The ferries are being built by Turkey’s Ceksan Shipyard and will power car and passenger ferries that serve the Gulf of Izmir, located in western Turkey. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality.

OSIL, Havant, England, has completed the supply of a mega box corer and ROV Niskin water sampling system. The box corers are for sampling an area of sediment with minimal disturbance and sample contamination. Undisclosed.

Ibercisa, Vigo, Spain, has signed a contract for the supply of a package of electrical winches to be installed on board a pelagic fishing boat. The 86-meter boat is the first to use three main trawl winches and four net drums. Rederiet Ruth.

U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD), Washington, D.C., signed a memorandum of agreement establishing policies and procedures for the survey and classification of MARAD’s national defense reserve fleet. It establishes a charter that improves the timelines, efficiency and cost effectiveness for surveys. American Bureau of Shipping.

Seatronics, Aberdeen, Scotland, has signed a contract for a complete range of digital video inspection systems. Seatronics will offer training locally at six worldwide locations, alongside local service and first-level support. Digital Edge Subsea Ltd.

Ashtead Technology, Aberdeen, Scotland, has increased its product portfolio with an exclusive sales agreement for its range of specialist underwater inspection equipment. The agreement is for the rights to sell the ECA Hytec range of advanced underwater inspection equipment. ECA Robotics.

QinetiQ, Farnborough, England, has signed a contract for the supply and operational support of autonomous surface target vessels. The partnership is part of a new initiative to meet customer needs for trials and training against targets. Autonomous Surface Vehicles.

GE Marine, Chicago, Illinois, has signed a memorandum of understanding to identify potential gas turbine-powered commercial ship projects. The turbine systems are able to offer power density, fuel flexibility and an optional dry, low NOx emissions combustion system. Lloyd’s Register.

Schlumberger Norway, Stavanger, Norway, has been awarded a contract to provide integrated drilling services for several Norwegian Continental Shelf licenses. The agreement also covers exploration drilling. Statoil.

ABS, Houston, Texas, signed a memorandum of understanding to promote maritime research and development and innovation. ABS will collaborate on alternative/clean fuel and developing port systems. Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.

Xodus Group, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a contract to provide vibration engineering services at onshore and offshore facilities. Xodus will look to develop a long-term piping integrity management program. Qatargas.



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