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FEB 2018

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46 ST | February 2018 www.sea-technology.com Briggs Marine, Burntisland, Scot- land, will support more than 100 submarine electricity cables that provide power to islands and ru- ral communities from Shetland to the Isle of Wight. The agreement includes survey, inspection, repair, removal and installation services. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks. Expro, Aberdeen, Scotland, re- ceived a five-year contract exten- sion for surface-well testing services for an operator in the North Sea. The $5 million contract includes clean- up of existing wells and testing of a series of newly drilled wells. Un- disclosed. Damen Maaskant Shipyards, Stel- lendam, Netherlands, will build a new twin-rig fishing trawler with onboard equipment designed for ef- ficiency and sustainable fishing us- ing diesel-electric propulsion, three generators and a supplemental bat- tery pack. Ekofish Group. MacGregor, Singapore, signed an order for the fabrication, engineer- ing and project management of a complete subsea mooring and riser system to serve a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU). De- livery will be completed in 2018, and the FSRU will be ready for op- eration during the first quarter of 2019. Summit LNG Terminal Co. Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, will build a 300-m-rated version of its Falcon ROV with iCON behav- ior-based intelligent control archi- tecture. The order follows the sink- ing of MV Sewol, which resulted in 304 deaths and highlighted the need for advanced search and res- cue tools. Korean Coast Guard. Valeport, Totnes, England, will sup- ply four customized MIDAS SVX2 probes to a Swedish naval surface vessel and stealth technology de- signer. The MIDAS SVX2 is an ad- vanced probe, combining sound velocity with salinity and density technologies to provide a versatile instrument that delivers data pro- files. Saab Kockums. Evoqua Water Technologies, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania, SeaCURE ballast water management system is now not only sold in China but manufactured and distributed by a Hong-Kong-based company, sig- naling the expansion of Asia-Pacific ballast water treatment system in- stallations with locally built elec- trochlorination technology. Hai Cheung. Craig International, Aberdeen, Scotland, will provide its procure- ment services to the Armada, Ev- erest and Lomond gas platforms located 233 km east of Aberdeen in the U.K. Continental Shelf for one to three years. Chrysaor. ST contracts MARCH March 7-8—Operations and Main- tenance for Offshore Wind, Lon- don, England. +48 616 467 040, rafael@acieu.net or www.wplgroup. com/aci/event/maintenance-off- shore-wind. March 7-9—World Ocean Summit, Riviera Maya, Mexico. +44(0) 20 7576 8118, oceansummit@econo mist.com or http://bit.ly/2kZbB62. March 12-16—International Ma- rine Debris Conference, San Di- ego, California. info@6IMDC.org or http://internationalmarinedebriscon ference.org. March 13-15—Interspill, London, England. info@interspill.org or www.interspillevent.com. March 13-15—Oceanology Inter- national, London, England. zoe. tatton@reedexpo.co.uk or www. oceanologyinternational.com. March 13-15—Subsea Tieback Fo- rum & Exhibition, Galveston, Texas. 713-963-6251, gailk@pennwell. meetings com or www.subseatiebackforum. com. March 20-21—International Sym- posium on Ship Operations, Man- agement and Economics, Ath- ens, Greece. www.sname.org/ some2018/home. March 20-22—Flood and Coast, Shropshire, England. info@floodan dcoast.com or www.floodandcoast. com. March 26-29—CHC-NSC 2018, Victoria, Canada. Roberta@stra- tegicmeetingdesigns.com or chc- nsc2018.ca. APRIL April 9-11—MCE Deepwater De- velopment, Milan, Italy. 281-491- 5900, Bo.Howard@questoffshore. com or http://mcedd.com. April 9-12—MTS Buoy Workshop, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 508-289- 2456, jrizoli@whoi.edu or http:// mailman.whoi.edu/mailman/listin fo/buoy-workshops. April 18-20—Mari Tech, Victoria, Canada. 250-797-0711, concierge@ mt18.ca or www.mt18.ca. April 24-26—Singapore Maritime Technology Conference, Singapore. register@ibcasia.com.sg or www. smtcsingapore.com. April 25-27—European Med- iterranean Oil & Gas Sum- mit, Valletta, Malta. Mike@ EPGSummit.com or www.eu romed-og.com. April 30-May 2—Waterpower Week in Washington, Washington, D.C. 918-831-9160, registration@ pennwell.com or www.waterpow erweek.com/index.html. April 30-May 3—AUVSI XPONEN- TIAL, Denver, Colorado. www.xpo nential.org/xponential2018. April 30-May 3—Offshore Technol- ogy Conference, Houston, Texas. meetings@otcnet.org or http://2018. otcnet.org. ST

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