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November 2014 Issue

Synaya Pty Ltd., Perth, Australia, was chosen to exclusively distribute products and services to existing clients and to grow the companies in the designated territory. The distribution agreement covers all of Australia, New Zealand and the French overseas territory of New Caledonia. CISCREA.

The Georgia Ports Authority, Savannah, Georgia, signed a project partnership agreement allowing construction on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project to begin. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Georgia Department of Transportation.

ComMar Sales, Tiverton, Rhode Island, was appointed to represent a range of emergency position-indicating radio beacons, personal locator beacons and automatic identification system MOB devices on the U.S. East Coast. McMurdo.

Reef Subsea, Thornaby, England, has been awarded a contract to provide field support in the Global Tech I wind farm. The charter commenced early October and is anticipated to continue until at least February 2015, with the option to extend the contract further. AREVA Wind GmbH.

AXYS Technologies Inc., Sidney, Canada, has been awarded a contract to supply a WindSentinel floating lidar system. The system will be used as part of a research and development project supporting offshore wind generation. The WindSentinel is expected to be deployed in the first quarter of 2015. Undisclosed.

2H Offshore, Houston, Texas, has been appointed to manage the design and delivery of the riser equipment for the Managed Pressure Drilling system. The project award follows a successful feasibility study carried out by 2H Offshore. Weatherford Secure Drilling Services.

DeepOcean AS, Haugesund, Norway, has been awarded a contract for seabed survey services for 2015. The contract award supports DeepOceanís position as a provider of advanced light construction and seabed survey services. The contract covers services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Statoil.

Kongsberg Maritimeís, Kongsberg, Norway, AUV HUGIN has been chosen for offshore operations. Kongsberg Maritime delivered the vehicle in October 2014. DOF Subsea, Fugro Geoservices, Northwest Maritime and AXA Engehnaria Submarina.

exactEarth, Cambridge, Canada, has been awarded a C$19.2 million contract to provide satellite AIS data services. This contract covers a period of 18 months and supersedes and augments the existing AIS data services contract that had been in place since 2012. The Canadian government.

Jee Ltd., Tonbridge, England, was awarded a contract to develop subsea solutions for locating, securing, protecting and recovering electrical array cables for tidal energy installations. The contract is part of a study for the marine energy industry in Scotland. Scottish Enterprise.

Leidos, Reston, Virginia, was awarded a contract to provide research and development, along with production of an initial fixed number of new, deep-ocean sensors. This award is the fourth phase of a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

HYPACK Inc., Middletown, Connecticut, has been selected to provide HYPACK 2014 as the standard solution for anchor handling and positioning applications. HYPACK 2014 will be used starting in the fourth quarter of 2014. C & C Technologies.

NAVTOR, Egersund, Norway, has signed an agreement that will see the integration of services to offer route planning and decision making tools. As a result of the deal, leading routing and optimization systems will now be offered on NAVTORís NavStation software. Applied Weather Technology.

Lake Assault Boats, Superior, Wisconsin, will build two small vessels for the navigation response program, part of a plan to replace all six of the programís small survey boats. The combined cost of both 28-foot vessels is $538,200. NOAA.



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