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NOV 2017

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44 st / November 2017 www.sea-technology.com contracts Chelsea Technologies, West Molesey England, will supply TriLux fluorom- eters for a Swedish program to stan- dardize mesocosm experiments in lakes. The fluorometers are configured to measure chlorophyll a and phyco- cyanin algae pigment and turbidity. Undisclosed. Xtera, London, England, will work with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to build a regional submarine cable system including undersea optical repeaters, Nu-Wave Optima submarine line terminal equip- ment, cable and all marine services. U.S. Department of Defense. Teledyne CARIS, Fredericton, Canada, will provide its Hydrographic Pro- duction Database for production and maintenance of navigational charts of Finland's lakes, its archipelagic sea and its estimated 40,000 islands. Finnish Transport Agency. Unique Group, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, has a dealer agreement to offer underwater mapping and naviga- tion solutions to customers in Nigeria and Kenya. Kongsberg Maritime. Corvus Energy, Richmond, Canada, will provide energy storage systems to two offshore platform supply vessels, both part of a larger group awarded long-term charter contracts by Statoil, under the condition that they convert to hybrid power operations. The proj- ect is supported by Norway's NOx fund. Havila. Envirocleanse, Katy, Texas, will install its inTank ballast water treatment sys- tem (BWTS) aboard Mineral New York. The inTank BWTS allows treatment of the tanks to be performed in transit without disruption to in-port cargo op- erations. Compagnie Maritime Belge. Alewijnse Marine, Nijmegen, Nether- lands, will provide electrical and auto- mation installations on board two trail- ing suction hopper dredgers including switchboards, consoles and monitor- ing and control systems. The scope also includes the design, engineer- ing, supply and commissioning of the dredging automation system, including visualization, monitoring and process control. Barkmeijer Shipyards. MMT, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, will complete a route survey for an offshore pipeline in the North Sea and in Lille- bælt, the inner Danish Seas, including a geophysical seabed survey, geotech- nical investigations, ROV inspections and landfall investigations. Energinet. Sonardyne, Yateley, England, will pro- vide seabed node acoustic positioning technology to support an expansion of deepwater survey activities. The order includes Sonardyne's SST 6 (small seis- mic transponder) and its vessel-based acoustic positioning system, Ranger 2 USBL (ultrashort baseline). Magseis. Soil Machine Dynamics, Wallsend, England, will supply cable-lay equip- ment on a new cable-laying vessel, including two self-fleeting drum cable engines, draw-off/hold-back engines, an electric drive, deck and bridge con- sole, two cable transporters and cable management software. Kokusai Cable Ship Co. ST meetings DECEMBER December 4-6—EXPODEFENSA, Bo- gota, Colombia. +33 (0)1 44 14 64 82, d.roukoz@cogesevents.com or www. expodefensa.com.co. December 5-7—CLEAN GULF, Hous- ton, Texas. 713-343-1880 or jdean@ accessintel.com. December 5-7—SonarWiz Workshop, Wilmington, North Carolina. 650-967- 2045, achan@chesapeaketech.com or http://bit.ly/2vkXNU7. December 5-8—Marintec China, Shanghai, China. +852 2827 6211, marintec-hk@ubm.com or www. marintecchina.com/en. December 12-14—IRANIMEX2017, Kish Island, Iran. +98 21 660 59 737, info@iranimex.ir or http://iranimex.ir. 2018 JANUARY January 9-11—Surface Navy Asso- ciation, Arlington, Virginia. 703-960- 6800 or navysnaevents.org. January 16-19—HYPACK 2018 Hy- drographic Training Event, Savannah, Georgia. 860-635-1500, brittany@ hypack.com or http://support.hypack. com/hypack/2018. January 25-26—Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit, Yangon, Myanmar. +852 3792 0940, laurabrown@myanma roilsummit.com or www.myanmaroil summit.com. FEBRUARY February 5-7—International LiDAR Mapping Forum, Denver, Colorado. 207-842-5674, lmclaughlin@divcom. com or www.lidarmap.org. February 6-8—Underwater Interven- tion, New Orleans, Louisiana. 703- 259-6118, ui@naylor.com or www. underwaterintervention.com. MARCH March 7-8—Operations and Main- tenance for Offshore Wind, London, England. +48 616 467 040, rafael@ acieu.net or www.wplgroup.com/aci/ event/maintenance-offshore-wind. March 7-9—World Ocean Summit, Riviera Maya, Mexico. +44(0) 20 7576 8118, oceansummit@economist.com or http://bit.ly/2kZbB62. March 12-16—International Marine Debris Conference, San Diego, Cali- fornia. info@6IMDC.org or http://inter nationalmarinedebrisconference.org. March 13-15—Interspill, London, England. +44 (0)333 4441890, info@ interspill.org or www.interspillevent. com. March 13-15—Oceanology Interna- tional, London, England. +44 (0)20 8910 7007, maria.harper@reedexpo. co.uk or www.oceanologyinternation al.com. APRIL April 9-11—MCE Deepwater Develop- ment, Milan, Italy. 281-491-5900 or http://mcedd.com. April 9-12—MTS Buoy Workshop, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 508-289-2456, jrizo li@whoi.edu or http://mailman.whoi. e d u / m a i l m a n / l i s t i n f o / b u oy - wo r k shops. ST

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