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JAN 2019

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www.sea-technology.com January 2019 | ST 45 Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, has selected one of the world's leading storage solutions companies as its battery partner and supplier of customized ma- rine energy storage solutions and to contribute to a new generation of hybrid power solutions on autono- mous and crewed vessel newbuilds. Leclanché. Unique Group, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, has entered into a cooperation agreement to provide corrosion control solutions to the Middle East market. Deepwater Corrosion Services Inc. Enpro Subsea, Aberdeen, Scotland, reached a master services agree- ment (MSA) aimed at providing enhanced subsea architecture and smart standardization via its flow access module (FAM) technology. Kosmos Energy. Optimarin, Sandnes, Norway, will supply seven of its USCG-approved ballast systems to Canada's largest ocean-going dry-bulk shipowning and chartering group. Five of the units will be fitted on existing ves- sels and two deliveries set for new- builds. Fednav. ChartCo, London, England, signed an agreement to market digital logbooks and software within the ChartCo OneOcean platform with a focus on reporting, monitoring, compliance and validation services. Klappir Green Solutions. Damen Shipyards Group, Gorinchem, Netherlands, will de- liver one Damen STu 1606 that will operate in the Mediterranean Sea in Toulon, France. Société de Remor- quage et de Travaux Maritimes. Korean Register, Busan, Korea, will provide enhanced IMO DCS (In- ternational Maritime Organization data collection system) services to the maritime industry. Swiss Cli- mate EcoCare GmbH. Fugro LADS Corp., Adelaide, Aus- tralia, will survey the Polynesian island country of Tuvalu, the world's fourth smallest nation. The survey will use airborne LiDAR bathym- etry (ALB) technology for lagoon bathymetry and island topography. United Nations Development Pro- gramme. Ocean Power Technologies Inc., Monroe Township, New Jersey, en- tered a long-term supply agreement for lithium-ion batteries for subsea battery solutions for its PowerBuoy products. NEC Energy Solutions. DNV GL, Columbus, Ohio, is con- tracted to provide full-scale S-N* fa- tigue testing of large-diameter bolts and improve fatigue assessments of critical bolted connections by gen- erating new test data. American Pe- troleum Institute. ST February 4-6—EUROMARITIME, Marseille, France. anne-charlotte. micca@gican.asso.fr or www.euro maritime.fr. February 4-7—Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Con- ference, New Orleans, Louisiana. gulfconference@oceanleadership. org or https://tinyurl.com/y998tjr6. February 5-7—Deepwater Oper- ations and Topsides, Platforms & Hulls, Galveston, Texas. www.off shore-event.com/index.html. February 5-7—Subsea Expo, Aber- deen, Scotland. rebecca.cox@big partnership.co.uk or www.subsea expo.com/conference. February 5-7—Underwater Inter- vention, New Orleans, Louisiana. 703-259-6118, ui@naylor.com or www.underwaterintervention.com. February 25-27—Oceanology In- ternational Americas, San Diego, California. sara.andrade@reedex po.co.uk or www.oceanologyinter nationalamericas.com. contracts MARCH March 5-7—Subsea Tieback, San Antonio, Texas. 713-963-6251, gailk@pennwell.com or www.sub seatiebackforum.com. March 5-7—World Ocean Summit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. oceansummit@economist.com or www.woi.economist.com. March 10-13— IEEE/OES Currents, Waves, Technology Measurement and Applications Workshop, San Diego, California. 508-289-2456, jrizoli@whoi.edu or cwtm2019. org. March 13-15—World Congress on Maritime Heritage, Singapore. WCMH2019@worldexpress.com. sg. March 18-21—U.S. HYDRO, Bi- loxi, Mississippi. 832-687-5570, melissa@thsoa.org or https://thsoa. org/US-Hydro-2019. APRIL April 1-3—Waterpower Week, Washington, D.C. 918-831-9560, andrea.harner@clarionevents.com or www.waterpowerweek.com. April 2-4—MCE Deepwater De- velopment, London, England. 281- 491-5900, Bo.Howard@questoff shore.com or https://mcedd.com. April 8-11—SubOptic, New Or- leans, Louisiana. 703-444-0845, knielsen@stfevents.com or www. suboptic2019.com. April 9-10—Intelligent Ships Sym- posium, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania. asnehq@navalengineers. org or www.navalengineers.org/ Symposia/Intelligent-Ships-Sympo sium-2019. April 9-11—Ocean Business, Southampton, England. +44 (0)1453 836363, hdavis@divcom. co.uk or www.oceanbusiness.com. For more industry meetings, visit sea-technology.com/meetings. ST meetings

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