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December 2015 Issue

Cambla, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded contracts with two major operators in the oil and gas industry. The contracts will see them provide expert project services support and utilize their specialist Schedule Animation Tool (S.A.T.) software for efficient and effective decommissioning projects in the North Sea. Undisclosed.

Radio Holland, Rotterdam, Netherlands, has been awarded a contract for the supply, installation and commissioning of 23 FMD-3300 Furuno Electronic Chart Display Information Systems (ECDIS). These will be deployed on BSM’s bulk carriers. Bernhard Schulte.

Gibdock, Gibraltar, has secured an exhaust gas scrubber retrofit project covering five vessels. Using EGS, shipowners can continue operating on heavy fuel oil instead of expensive marine gas and oil to meet IMO rules on SOx emissions. Norbulk Shipping and Vroon.

Hyde Marine Inc., Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, has been awarded another series of ships for retrofit installation of Hyde GUARDIAN Gold Ballast Water Treatment systems. The award is for seven retrofit installations bringing the total number of vessels to 27. Royal Carribean Cruises.

Bestobell Marine, Sheffield, England, has secured two new orders to supply its new range of high-pressure globe and check valves to be used in highpressure fuel gas systems on board ships. The valves will be used within the pump and vaporizer skids of eight LNG carriers in South Korea. Undisclosed.

Kongsberg Maritime AS, Kongsberg, Norway, has entered an agreement for the delivery of two launch and recovery systems (LARS) for ROVs. The contract includes first delivery of the recently patented K-LARS port frame solution in addition to a moon-pool LARS system. CSSC Huangpu Shipyard.

Verifavia, London, England, has been tasked by five shipping companies to perform pre-verification gap analysis against the European Commission’s monitoring. MRV Regulation 2015/757 is viewed as the first step toward cutting carbon emissions from maritime transport in the European Union. DFDS Seaways, Euronav Ship Management, NEDA Maritime Agency, Seaspan Ship Management and Synergy Maritime.

Wärtsilä, Helsinki, Finland, has been chosen to build a new 5,800 m3 LNG bunker and feeder vessel. The Wärtsilä propulsion package will comprise a six-cylinder 34DF dual-fuel main engine capable of running on either LNG or diesel and will feature a high power output and reduced fuel consumption. Sirius Veder Gas AB.

DeepOcean, Amsterdam, Netherlands, has been awarded a contract for the provision of all marine works for the Nemo Link Interconnector Project. The Link will deliver a 1,000 MW electricity link between the U.K. and Belguim. J-Power Systems Corp.

UTEC Geomarine, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England, has been awarded a contract for heavy-lift support services for a major project in the Baltic Sea. LDD.

Sonardyne International Ltd., Yateley, England, has been selected to provide its Ranger 2 acoustic positioning technology for an entire fleet of dynamically positioned diving and support vessels. The Ranger 2 systems will be used as independent position references for each vessel’s dynamic positioning system. CCC.

Marlink, Oslo, Norway, has been chosen for their VSAT services on its fleet of 90-plus vessels, including container ships. High bandwidth capability will enable the enhancement of onboard IT opportunities while introducing the possibility of live monitoring, telemedicine and remote access from shore to ship. Rickmers.

Kraken Sonar Systems Inc., Conception Bay South, Canada, has received a $1.5 million contract from a major international defense contractor for a KATFISH sonar system. Undisclosed.

Modus Seabed Intervention Ltd., Darlington, England, has secured a contract to conduct preinstallation works on the Burbo Bank Extension Offshore Wind Farm. DONG Energy.

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