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68 st / June 2014 www.sea-technology.com Ashtead Technology, Aberdeen, Scot- land, has a distributor agreement for the sale and exclusive global rental of miniROV systems. The agreement in- cludes sales representation in the U.K., Gulf of Mexico and Mexico. SeaBotix Inc. Nautronix, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a fve-year frame con- tract, based on a nonexclusive agree- ment, with an initial one-year call off for the supply of survey services to support the new-build DP3 subsea construction vessel, the Polar Onyx. Ceona. Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, Connecti- cut, has been selected to build the next feet of Marine One helicopters for the Offce of the President. With the selec- tion comes a $1.24-billion engineer- ing and manufacturing development contract to modify, test and deliver six helicopters and two trainer simulators. U.S. Navy. TE SubCom, Eatontown, New Jer- sey, has a contract for the majority of segments of the AAE-1 system, the Asia-Africa-Europe-1 submarine cable spanning approximately 25,000 kilo- meters. The cable system will connect more than 40 percent of the world's population. AAE-1 Consortium. Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, has been selected to provide its Leopard ROV for the MV Deep Helder. The large, open payload bay allows for ample tooling and survey sensors to be installed. DeepOcean. Thrustmaster, Houston, Texas, signed a contract to supply a complete thrust- er package to outft a multipurpose offshore supply vessel for dynamic positioning class-two operations. The contract includes two Thrustmaster azimuth thrusters. Dutch Barge Co. Unique Maritime Group, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, announced a joint venture agreement to offer the rental and sale of offshore equipment in the Middle East region. It will pro- vide local access to more than 200 individual certifed designs of cargo- carrying units. OEG Offshore. Reef Subsea, Bergen, Norway, secured its frst pipeline trenching project. It will mobilize the Q1000 jet trencher on board the Reef Despina construc- tion support vessel to provide trench- ing of the rigid pipeline in the Dutch Sector of the North Sea. GDF SUEZ. Baku Shipyard LLC, Baku, Azerbaijan, has a contract worth $378 million to design and build a subsea construction vessel for the Shah Deniz stage-two gas feld development, 70 kilometers offshore in the Azeri sector of the Cas- pian Sea. BP. Boeing, Chicago, Illinois, received its frst production order for the Ship's Signal Exploitation Equipment (SSEE) modifcations program, as well as a ffth order for SSEE Increment F sys- tems. Work on the maritime signals intelligence systems will be performed by Boeing subsidiary Argon ST. U.S. Navy. Delta SubSea LLC, Montgomery, Texas, signed a strategic agreement to provide subsea grouting and scour re- mediation services in Trinidad, Tobago and Venezuelan waters. The agreement gives clients a solution for pipeline scour remediation and stabilization solutions in the region. Delta SubSea brings logistical and vessel support to the deal. FoundOcean Inc. AVEVA, Cambridge, England, has been selected to implement marine software in the concept design phase of Proxima, a major offshore drillship project that will increase the speed of the drilling process. Several AVEVA Marine products are being used for this project. Fincantieri Offshore. Jee Ltd., Tonbridge, England, has been awarded a contract in support of a $14 billion, seven-year development. The contract is as a result of recent oil feld operations in Canada. Jee will pro- vide engineering services, including detailed design and stress analysis on three 24-inch offshore loading lines. Undisclosed. FlexTech, Aberdeen, Scotland, signed a contract for fexible pipe installation in a £500,000 deal. FlexTech will de- liver the design of a fexible pipe in- stallation spread, as well as installation analysis and project support. Ocean Installer. n contracts Sea & Sun Technology Sea & Sun Marine Tech JUN2014.indd 68 6/4/14 12:50 PM

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