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July 2015 Issue

Lloyd’s Register, London, England, has a contract to class 57 ships. Thirty-two of the ships in the agreement will be transfer-of-class ships, including nine new ships that will transfer to Lloyd’s Register upon delivery. Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN A/S.

JFD, Renfrewshire, Scotland, has been awarded a £12.1 million contract for the provision of the NATO Submarine Rescue System. The five-year contract includes options through 2023 and encompasses all aspects of operation and through-life support. U.K. Ministry of Defence.

Bestobell Marine, Rotherham, England, has received an order to supply its globe and check valves for Japan’s first high-pressure fuel gas system that will be installed within a marine vessel. Bestobell Marine will supply a number of its cryogenic globe and check valves to be installed in two sister ships. Elcano.

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, England, is part of a European Union-funded contract to provide data and services about coastal waters. The products include data on currents, temperature, salinity, sea level, sea ice and biogeochemistry and can be accessed free of charge. U.K. Met Office.

MMT, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, has been awarded a contract for the world’s longest HVDC route survey for the UK-Iceland Interconnector. MMT will provide bathymetric and geophysical mapping along the entire route corridor from Iceland to England. Atlantic Superconnection Corp.

Crystal Group Inc., Hiawatha, Iowa, has a contract extension to provide video and data storage system units aboard the U.S. Navy’s P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft. The contract is expected to be complete in 2016. Boeing.

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, has received a $2 million contract to improve detection of threats coming into the U.S. through container shipments. The contract enables researchers to investigate the development of methods that improve the detection of invasive species. Department of Homeland Security.

Fugro, Houston, Texas,has been awarded a geotechnical and geophysical program. The scope of work includes drilling and sampling of borings for onshore liquefaction facilities, marine terminal and offshore pipelines. ExxonMobil Alaska LNG LLC.

ABS, Houston, Texas, has been selected to provide fleet management software. The ABS Nautical Systems Fleet Management Software suite will be installed on 58 vessels to plan for maintenance work, minimize downtime and reduce costs associated with drydocking. Topaz Energy and Marine.

Saab Dynamics AB, Stockholm, Sweden, has entered into a collaboration agreement to further develop the operational use and applications of the Sabertooth hovering hybrid AUV/ROV for the oil and gas and offshore renewables markets. Modus Seabed Intervention Ltd.

KVH Industries Inc., Middletown, Rhode Island, was selected to provide its mini-VSAT broadband service. The client intends to install the TracPhone V7-IP satellite communications system on 60 vessels. Technical support and installation will be provided by EPA Marine. Polsteam.

Viking SeaTech, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, has completed a cooperation agreement for the provision of survey and positioning services worldwide. The agreement will cover personnel, equipment, data management, C3D and survey solutions. DOF Subsea Survey & Positioning U.K.

ACO Marine, Prague, Czech Republic, has won an order to supply its Clarimar MF wastewater treatment system for installation aboard Acta Orion, a wind farm support vessel under construction. Acta Marine.

Blue Ocean Monitoring, Subiaco, Australia, has entered into a strategic business alliance agreement. Under the alliance, Blue Ocean Monitoring will base one of its Slocum gliders in Cape Town, South Africa, to be deployed on regional ocean monitoring programs. Sea Technology Services.



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