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FEB 2018

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32 ST | February 2018 Results from this project prompted the California State Assembly to pass legislation SB-44 funding a legacy oil and gas well removal and remediation program through 2028. C-Innovation Forms Subsea Projects Group C-Innovation LLC (C-I) announced the formation of a turnkey subsea projects group based in Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO)'s Houston, Texas, office. C-I provides en- gineering support, procedure development and review, project execution and final reporting requirements and offers ECO's various port facilities, logistics company, tank cleaning services, shipyards and dry docks located throughout the U.S. Gulf Coast and Brazil. With corpo- rate headquarters in Mandeville, Louisiana, C-I's ROV capabilities provide support to subsea construction proj- ects, as well as drilling, intervention, maintenance and heavy-lift assignments. New Woods Hole Group Will Provide Environmental Monitoring and Planning Representatives from CLS America Inc., Horizon Ma- rine Inc. and The Woods Hole Group Inc. announced the merging of the three companies, effective January 1, 2018 and resulting in the new company: The Woods Hole Group Inc. CLS America specializes in satellite technology and enhancing security through direct operational support to government, institutions and industries in the envi- ronmental field, while Horizon Marine's expertise lies in offshore oceanography for the energy industry. The merg- er with Woods Hole Group provides services including: environmental assessment, fisheries and wildlife satellite tracking, ocean current forecasting, coastal engineering, ocean monitoring systems, habitat restoration and cli- mate change planning projects. Metal Shark Offers Next-Generation Damen Fast Crew Supplier As an extension of its existing relationship with Neth- erlands-based Damen Shipyards, Louisiana-based ship- builder Metal Shark announced the availability of the new Damen FCS 7011 for the U.S. market. The all-aluminum monohull FCS 7011 incorporates Damen's "Sea Axe" bow and a ride control system for roll and pitch reduction in offshore sea states. Steerable skegs allow for highly accurate course corrections, while a gyroscope maintains stability during crew transfer via a motion-compensating gangway. Hydro Purchases Ownership Stake in Corvus Norwegian aluminum supplier Hydro purchased 25.9 percent of the shares in Corvus Energy, a provider of modular lithium-ion battery systems that is jointly held by BW Group, Statoil Technology Invest and investors af- filiated with El Cuervo Holdings Ltd. Partnership. Rooted in more than a century of renewable energy innovation, Hydro was attracted to Corvus as the com- mercial viability of battery power technology in all-elec- tric and hybrid marine applications increases. ST Highest capacity, reliability, safety Your power source for subsea, AUV, ROV A d d e d Va l u e Customizing and personal support Longest lifetime Simplest operation on board 2 Los Gatos OA-ICOS & LI-COR ® NDIR SubCtech GmbH p CO 2 Analyzer OceanPack™ (FerryBox) Subsea Inspection Vehicle Batteries Battery Systems AMT Analysenmesstechnik GmbH Joachim-Jungius-Strasse 9 D-18109 Rostock, Germany Tel.: +49-381-4059380, Fax: -383 E-mail: Optical CO 2 Sensor for Monitoring Characteristics: - Principle: Single-Beam Dual Wavelength NDIR - Measuring ranges: 15 mg/l or 50 mg/l or 340 mg/l - Accuracy: ± 0.06 mg/l CO 2 ... ± 6 mg/l CO 2 - Maximum deployment depth: 1,000 m - Outputs: 4...20 mA, 0...5 V DC or RS485 - Power supply: 12-30 V DC or 20-30 V DC - Temperature range: 0...60°C - Internal temperature compensation - Compensation of humidity and other influences - Dimensions: 225 mm length, 36 mm diameter - Housing material: Titanium - Connector: Subconn MCBH4M - Power consumption: < 0.5 W - Warm-up time: < 12 seconds

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