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JUL 2018

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Page 39 of 44 July 2018 | ST 39 Alfa Laval, Lund, Sweden, has signed fleet agreements for the sup- ply of its ballast water treatment technology PureBallast 3 for dozens of vessels, the majority of which will handle large flows of more than 1,000 m 3 /h. Polsteam and Nova Ship Tech SA. Tuco Marine ApS, Faaborg, Den- mark, will deliver an 8-m ProZero vessel to serve as a platform for dive operations, crew transfer, underwa- ter inspection and research, mainte- nance of machinery and recovery of sunken assets. Fiskå Undervannser- vice AS. Techano AS, Kristiansand, Norway, has secured a multiple offshore winch contract for a major upgrade project of a large North Sea rig, including production of different winch types, interface customiza- tion, DNV approvals and various controls. The company will also build a unique, modularized subsea crane for a Dutch pipelay operator. Undisclosed. Newport Shipping, London, En- gland, has added to its global net- work of ship repair yards, bringing the company's tally of ship repair yards to six, totaling 13 drydocks and providing annual drydocking capacity for more than 1,000 ves- sels. PaxOcean. CR Ocean Engineering LLC, Parsip- pany, New Jersey, will supply ex- haust gas cleaning systems for oil/ chemical tankers and heavy-lift ves- sels. The scrubbing systems will en- ter commercial operations between summer 2018 and early 2020. Son- ga Shipmanagement Ltd. ABS, Houston, Texas, will provide classification and certification ser- vices for an existing fleet of 114 ves- sels and future vessel acquisitions, including transitioning vessels to ABS class and verifying compliance with the Canada Shipping Act. Ca- nadian Coast Guard. ODE, London, England, has been awarded a consultancy framework agreement for the provision of client representatives during construction activities for the East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm. ScottishPower Renewables. ST contracts AUGUST August 21-22—Oceans In Action Workshop, Gulfport, Mississippi. lau or www.mtsoci August 23—SNA West Coast Sym- posium, San Diego, California. 703-960-6800, or SEPTEMBER September 4-6—ENGenious, Aber- deen, Scotland. chris.brand@bigpart or www.engenious September 4-7—SMM, Hamburg, Germany. nora.ebbinghaus@ham or www.smm-ham- September 9-12—IFAC Confer- ence on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics, and Ve- hicles, Opatija, Croatia. or http://ifac-cams2018. com. September 18-19—Ocean Re- newable Energy Conference, Port- land, Oregon. msanders@oregon or http://oregonwave. org/2018-conference. September 22-25—SEG 2018, Keystone, Colorado. kathybasel@ or September 24-26—Submarine Networks World, Singapore. en- or https:// September 25-28—The National Marine Electronics Association and the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services Internation- al Conference & Expo, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. 703-527-2000, or OCTOBER October 1-3—Commercial UAV Expo Americas, Las Vegas, Neva- da. or October 1-3—Shallow Survey, St. John's, Canada. 709-778-0556, or www. October 1-5—PLOCAN Glider School, Gran Canaria, Spain. carlos. or http://glider October 3—Marine Data Manage- ment Workshop, Southampton, En- gland. or https:// October 3-4—International Con- ference on Marine Renewable Energy and Maritime Hydrogen Technology, Florø, Norway. ma or https://bit. ly/2GW2Eo2. October 3-4—OilComm and FleetComm, Houston, Texas. 713- 343-1875, or October 9-10—Dynamic Position- ing Conference, Houston, Texas. October 9-10—RECSO En- viroSpill, Abu Dhabi, Unit- ed Arab Emirates. marco@ or www.recsoen October 9-11—Sea Tech Week, Brest, France. Jaqueline.rosec-de or October 9-11—Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop, Cannes, France. margo.newcombe@tele For more events, visit sea-technol ST meetings

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