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www.sea-technology.com August 2017 / st 65 Ecoslops, Paris, France, has signed an agreement to set up a maritime trans- port-induced oil residue waste-pro- cessing unit at La M├Ęde. Ecoslops will build and operate the microrefinery. TOTAL Group. ABB, Zurich, Switzerland, has pro- vided software to produce real-time data of the keel-to-seabed clearance, improving the safety and efficiency of supertankers entering port. Port of Long Beach. Salvamento Maritimo, Porto do Son, Spain, has chosen SPOT Trace as an essential tool to help train its search and rescue teams, as well as oil spill disaster recovery crews. Teledyne RESON A/S, Slangerup, Denmark, has received two awards of multibeam echosounder packages to equip newbuild hydrographic survey vessels, through its local representa- tive Hydro Systems Development Inc. Japan Coast Guard. ACO Marine, Prague, Czech Republic, will supply a comprehensive waste- water management package for instal- lation on a new coast guard training vessel building for the Indian Coast Guard. Reliance Defence and Engi- neering. Canyon Offshore Ltd., Houston, Tex- as, has been awarded a contract for the provision of trenching services on DONG Energy's Hornsea Offshore Wind Farm Project One. It will require the trenching of approximately 140 km of inner-array grid cables on the wind farm that will have been laid onto the seabed. Siem Offshore Contractors. Puget Sound Instrument, Tacoma, Washington, has installed a TIMEZE- RO solution in Ghana. The advanced compatibility of the Furuno hardware range with the TIMEZERO product range offers an array of possibilities that PSI made available to their client. Undisclosed. Sonardyne, Yateley, England, has been selected to provide its Mini-Ranger 2 Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) acous- tic tracking system, the first to be de- livered into Vietnam. It was supplied through Sonardyne's subsidiary in Singapore and will be used to support offshore activities in the region. Thien Nam Positioning JSC. DeepOcean, Amsterdam, Nether- lands, has been awarded a contract for export cable transportation, instal- lation and trenching services, all re- lated to the Merkur offshore wind farm development located in the German Bight. Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH. Hydro Group plc, Aberdeen, Scot- land, has partnered with a Turkish firm, which will aid Hydro Group's custom- er support in Turkey and help develop key business opportunities within the region. Additionally, it will extend the Turkish firm's services to subsea high- integrity systems developers within the high-reliability and harsh-environment component market. IMCA Electronics. Alfa Laval, Lund, Sweden, signed frame agreements with two different shipowners for the supply of Alfa Laval PureBallast systems. The systems will be delivered during a three-year peri- od and retrofitted on tankers and bulk carriers. The fleet orders were received from a tanker operator in the Middle East and a bulk carrier operator in Eu- rope. Undisclosed. OceanWise, Alton, England, has been awarded a contract to provide marine mapping. The agreement includes Ma- rine Themes, Marine Themes DEM and Raster Charts XL (eXcluding Land) pro- vided as data sets and as OGC-compli- ant Web services. The data will be used to support desktop GIS and as input to Web-based applications. Government of Northern Ireland. Modulus Technology, Great Yarmouth, England, is now representing a Ca- nadian manufacturer in the U.K. and Eire. Modulus Technology is part of the AAE Technologies Group. Modulus is the group's innovation division. AML Oceanographic. MacGregor, Helsinki, Finland, has signed a contract to supply oceano- graphic winches and Triplex deck han- dling systems to a groundbreaking new research vessel for the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency. Fassmer. ST contracts You Can Access Sea Technology Anywhere Sea Technology magazine is available on iOS and Android devices. You are able to securely log in to read current and past issues using a pre-provided password. To make sure you receive our mobile-friendly issues, subscribe for free at: http://sea-technology.com /ebookinfo.html.

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