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November 2017 Issue

Chelsea Technologies, West Molesey England, will supply TriLux fluorometers for a Swedish program to standardize mesocosm experiments in lakes. The fluorometers are configured to measure chlorophyll a and phycocyanin algae pigment and turbidity. Undisclosed.

Xtera, London, England, will work with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to build a regional submarine cable system including undersea optical repeaters, Nu-Wave Optima submarine line terminal equipment, cable and all marine services. U.S. Department of Defense.

Teledyne CARIS, Fredericton, Canada, will provide its Hydrographic Production Database for production and maintenance of navigational charts of Finland’s lakes, its archipelagic sea and its estimated 40,000 islands. Finnish Transport Agency.

Unique Group, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, has a dealer agreement to offer underwater mapping and navigation solutions to customers in Nigeria and Kenya. Kongsberg Maritime.

Corvus Energy, Richmond, Canada, will provide energy storage systems to two offshore platform supply vessels, both part of a larger group awarded long-term charter contracts by Statoil, under the condition that they convert to hybrid power operations. The project is supported by Norway’s NOx fund. Havila.

Envirocleanse, Katy, Texas, will install its inTank ballast water treatment system (BWTS) aboard Mineral New York. The inTank BWTS allows treatment of the tanks to be performed in transit without disruption to in-port cargo operations. Compagnie Maritime Belge.

Alewijnse Marine, Nijmegen, Netherlands, will provide electrical and automation installations on board two trailing suction hopper dredgers including switchboards, consoles and monitoring and control systems. The scope also includes the design, engineering, supply and commissioning of the dredging automation system, including visualization, monitoring and process control. Barkmeijer Shipyards.

MMT, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, will complete a route survey for an offshore pipeline in the North Sea and in Lillebælt, the inner Danish Seas, including a geophysical seabed survey, geotechnical investigations, ROV inspections and landfall investigations. Energinet.

Sonardyne, Yateley, England, will provide seabed node acoustic positioning technology to support an expansion of deepwater survey activities. The order includes Sonardyne’s SST 6 (small seismic transponder) and its vessel-based acoustic positioning system, Ranger 2 USBL (ultrashort baseline). Magseis.

Soil Machine Dynamics, Wallsend, England, will supply cable-lay equipment on a new cable-laying vessel, including two self-fleeting drum cable engines, draw-off/hold-back engines, an electric drive, deck and bridge console, two cable transporters and cable management software. Kokusai Cable Ship Co.



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