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February 2018 Issue

Briggs Marine, Burntisland, Scotland, will support more than 100 submarine electricity cables that provide power to islands and rural communities from Shetland to the Isle of Wight. The agreement includes survey, inspection, repair, removal and installation services. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks.

Expro, Aberdeen, Scotland, received a five-year contract extension for surface-well testing services for an operator in the North Sea. The $5 million contract includes clean-up of existing wells and testing of a series of newly drilled wells. Undisclosed.

Damen Maaskant Shipyards, Stellendam, Netherlands, will build a new twin-rig fishing trawler with onboard equipment designed for efficiency and sustainable fishing using diesel-electric propulsion, three generators and a supplemental battery pack. Ekofish Group.

MacGregor, Singapore, signed an order for the fabrication, engineering and project management of a complete subsea mooring and riser system to serve a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU). Delivery will be completed in 2018, and the FSRU will be ready for operation during the first quarter of 2019. Summit LNG Terminal Co.

Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, will build a 300-m-rated version of its Falcon ROV with iCON behavior-based intelligent control architecture. The order follows the sinking of MV Sewol, which resulted in 304 deaths and highlighted the need for advanced search and rescue tools. Korean Coast Guard.

Valeport, Totnes, England, will supply four customized MIDAS SVX2 probes to a Swedish naval surface vessel and stealth technology designer. The MIDAS SVX2 is an advanced probe, combining sound velocity with salinity and density technologies to provide a versatile instrument that delivers data profiles. Saab Kockums.

Evoqua Water Technologies, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, SeaCURE ballast water management system is now not only sold in China but manufactured and distributed by a Hong-Kong-based company, signaling the expansion of Asia-Pacific ballast water treatment system installations with locally built electrochlorination technology. Hai Cheung.

Craig International, Aberdeen, Scotland, will provide its procurement services to the Armada, Everest and Lomond gas platforms located 233 km east of Aberdeen in the U.K. Continental Shelf for one to three years. Chrysaor.



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