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March 2015 Issue

Nautilus Minerals Inc., Toronto, Canada, has an order for the engines and thruster packages for the production support vessel that has been awarded to Rolls Royce Marine. The order secures the main engines, azimuth and tunnel thrusters. Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding Ltd.

Specialist Machine Developments (SMD) Ltd., Wallsend, England, announced that its shareholders have recently signed a sale and purchase agreement for the sale of the entire share capital of the SMD group. This deal is subject to completion of filing procedures. Zhuzhou CSR Times Electric Co. Ltd.

Saab Defense and Security USA, LLC, Washington, D.C., has been awarded a contract for components and subsystems of the U.S. Marine Corps AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar system. The order value of the contract is $32 million. Northrop Grumman Corp.

Sonardyne International Ltd., Yateley, England, announced that it will deliver £1 million worth of its 6G acoustic positioning technology. The 6G equipment is headed for West Africa to support the survey and construction phases of a major new field development project. Seatronics.

SSI’s, Victoria, Canada, ShipConstructor software has been selected for new shipbuilding activities. The client’s decision is based on the multiple advantages ShipConstructor offers in comparison with other ship construction programs. Holland Shipyards.

GE Marine, Paris, France, announced that it has been chosen to supply its International Maritime Organization Tier III-compliant marine diesel engines for new and repowered vessels. The order is for six, eight-cylinder, in-line engines for three new ferries. Bastø Fosen.

Cammell Laird, Birkenhead, England, has secured a multimillion-pound, newbuild ferry contract. The company was awarded the £5.7-million project by the Department for Regional Development after an open procurement exercise, which attracted interest from shipyards across Europe. Northern Ireland Executive.

Flextech, Aberdeen, Scotland, has secured contracts worth in excess of £250,000. The projects, with two oil and gas companies, will take place both on and offshore supporting operations in the U.K. and the North Sea. Flextech will execute flexible pipe work. Undisclosed.

Imtech Marine Canada, Halifax, Canada, was selected to replace a ship-to-shore wireless communication system. Given a short time frame, installation took place in just three weeks. Marine Atlantic Inc.

Wärtsilä, Helsinki, Finland, has an order for a propulsion system to power a carrier vessel for compressed natural gas. The system was chosen for its energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. Perusahaan Listrik Negara.

Vikoma International Ltd., East Cowes, England, has assisted in the oil spill response equipment supply for a new vessel. It will be equipped with 800 meters of Vikoma oil containment boom and four Vikoma boom reel, providing a recovery capacity of more than 1,000 cubic meters. Finnish Coast Guard.

Wood Group Kenny, Perth, Australia, has secured a contract to provide the front-end engineering design of the flowline system, and associated procurement support, for the proposed Greater Western Flank Phase 2 development for the North West Shelf Project offshore western Australia. Woodside.

Bibby Offshore Singapore, Singapore, has secured a contract to provide ROV services for the DP2 dive support vessel, the Windermere. The contract, which commenced on January 5, 2015, involved the vessel being mobilized with an Atom work-class ROV. Seascape.

GAC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has been appointed as the sole provider of hub agency services for a LNG fleet. The agreement also covers crude oil and LPG shipments to accommodate an expanding cargo range. BG Group.



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