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SEP 2017

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58 st / September 2017 Aqua-Tech Services and Alpha Subsea, Broussard, Louisiana, combined their offshore marine electronics and me- chanical equipment services into one company: Aqua-Tech Solutions LLC. Corvus Energy, Richmond, Canada, has been selected to provide battery power to Farstad Shipping's platform supply vessel Far Sun, managed by Statoil. Corvus's Orca Energy ESS will increase spinning reserve for improved response time and redundancy in the hybridized vessel. Vard Electro. Forum Energy Technologies Inc., Houston, Texas, has announced a new contract for its pipeline and cable sur- vey software, VisualSoft, to be installed on the world's most advanced cable laying support vessel, the NKT Victo- ria. iSURVEY Group. The NAPA Group, Helsinki, Finland, announced system collaboration and engineering service business for ship- building between NAPA steel and NDES Beagle to link early-stage design with production planning. NTT Data Engineering Systems. Canyon Offshore Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a contract for offshore cable trenching services on 900 km of the North Sea Link in- terconnector project. The 1,400-MW subsea HVDC cables linking the U.K. and Norway will be the world's longest submarine interconnector. Prysmian PowerLink S.r.l. TDI-Brooks International, College Sta- tion, Texas, has been awarded funding for the study "Deepwater Atlantic Hab- itats II: Continued Atlantic Research and Exploration in Deepwater Eco- systems with Focus on Coral, Canyon and Seep Communities." The U.S. Bu- reau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), NOAA-OER and the U.S. Geological Survey. MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, Esbjerg, Denmark, has deliv- ered orders of its rubber-molded Sub- Conn microconnectors to a Finnish de- fense contractor. The SubConn series is adaptable for connectors and noise suppressors, assembled for each cus- tomer and retains the size of the stan- dard SubConn micromounting hole. DA-Design Oy. Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, acquired a Teledyne Gavia AUV to en- hance agility in meeting high demands for hydrographic survey services. The Gavia system will be utilized predomi- nantly for debris survey and pipeline inspection in the Arabian Gulf. Tele- dyne Marine. Tuco Marine Group, Faaborg, Den- mark, delivered its newly developed 15-m ProZero high-pressure cleaning boat for aquaculture and fish farm op- erations to Norway, following deliver- ies of crew transfer boats and other ProZero vessels. AKVA Group. ProSep, Houston, Texas, announced a contract for its organosilica water treat- ment solution, Osorb Media, for pol- ishing oilfield water and gas streams, to reduce benzene, toluene, ethyl ben- zene and xylene (BTEX) contaminants to less than 15 ppm on an offshore platform. Undisclosed. M 2 Subsea, Westhill, Scotland, formed an alliance with a vessel operator to provide subsea ROV services in the Gulf of Mexico. Subsea's Triton ROV system, rated to 3,000-m depth, will be used in the survey and inspection mar- ket. Harvey Gulf International Marine. Peterhead Port Authority, Peterhead, Scotland, has been awarded a major offshore windmill contract supporting European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre construction of foundations for an 11-turbine scheme. The port will moor one of the world's largest floating cranes, with a maximum lifting capac- ity of 5,000 t. Vattenfall. Plan B Energy Storage, Trondheim, Norway, announced a contract for energy storage aboard the electric fish farm vessel Elfrida, which has been in operation since February, reaches up to 12 kt. and holds 8 hours' charge. Salmar. MacGregor, Helsinki, Finland, re- ceived an order for on-vessel equip- ment, product fabrication, engineering and project management for a com- plete mooring and riser system that will serve Moheshkhali FLNG termi- nal. Excelerate Energy. 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: /ebookinfo.html.

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