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MAR 2018

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www.sea-technology.com March 2018 | ST 39 XSite Modular, Branchburg, New Jersey, has been awarded the con- tract to provide a cable landing sta- tion in Oahu, Hawaii, which will be part of the Hawaiki submarine ca- ble system, a 15,000-km transpacif- ic cable that will link Australia and New Zealand to the U.S., as well as Hawaii and American Samoa, with options to expand to additional South Pacific islands. Hawaiki Sub- marine Cable LP. Metal Shark Boats, Jeanerette, Lou- isiana, delivered a 35-ft. Defiant welded aluminum pilothouse patrol vessel with shock-mitigating seating for a crew of four and 300-hp Vera- do four-stroke outboards for speeds over 45 kt. Puerto Rico Police De- partment. REINPLUS FIWADO Bunker, Rot- terdam, Netherlands, will supply biofuels to inland and coastal ves- sels throughout Northwest Europe as the demand for alternative ship- ping fuels increases. The fuels spe- cifically developed for shipping reduce CO 2 and sulphur and are suitable for every type of marine engine without any modifications. GoodFuels Marine. Kraken Robotic Systems Inc., St. John's, Canada, has a contract for more than $400,000 CAD for its AquaPix Miniature Synthetic Aper- ture Sonar system with modular sys- tem architecture that uses the latest electronics, transducer arrays and real-time signal processing software for the size, weight and power con- straints of UUVs. Undisclosed. Ocean Infinity Ltd., Houston, Tex- as, concluded the initial phase of its construction management and services contract and AUV and sur- vey operations, which combined the latest AUV and USV technology to create a pioneering commercial survey function. SeaTrepid. Fugro, Laksevaag, Norway, will provide rig positioning services for all Statoil-operated rigs on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and all associated vessels. Positioning systems using navigation satellites (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and Galil- eo) will be permanently installed on rigs and vessels for an accuracy of 3 cm. Statoil Petroleum AS. ST contracts 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 Work- shop, Ann Arbor, Michi- gan. 508-289-2456, jrizo li@whoi.edu or http://mailman. w h o i . e d u / m a i l m a n / l i s t i n f o / 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. +65 6508 2401 , register@ibcasia. com.sg or www.smtcsingapore. com. April 25-27—European Mediterra- nean Oil & Gas Summit, Valletta, Malta. +44 7443 654 777, 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. 972-952-9494, meetings@otcnet. org or http://2018.otcnet.org. MAY May 2-3—Nor-Shipping, Oslo, Nor- way. +45 40190234, sf@nor-ship- ping.com or http://nor-shipping. com. meetings May 15-17—Europort Roma- nia, Constanta, Romania. +31 10 2933250, info@europort.nl or www.europort.nl/about-eu- r o p o r t / e u r o p o r t - e x p o r t s / e u r o port-romania. May 23-24—Fisheries Management in Estuarine and Coastal Waters, Lancaster, England. info@ifm.org. uk. May 28-31—OCEANS '18 MTS/ IEEE Kobe/TechnoOcean2018, Kobe, Japan. maki@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp or http://oceans18mtsieeekobe.org. JUNE June 4—BlueTech Expo, Washington, D.C. 202- 389-9009, rich.lawson@ios tia.org or www.bluetechexpo.org. June 11-13—Global Offshore Bra- zil Summit, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 281- 491-5900, Exhibits@questoff- shore.com or www.globaloffshore- brazil.com. June 12-14—International Confer- ence on Ocean Energy, Cherbourg, France. +331 85 09 68 53, s.pe- seux@bluesign.events or http://icoe 2018normandy.eu. June 17-22—International Con- ference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, Madrid, Spain. 778-338-4142, omae@seatosky- meetings.com or www.omae2018. com. June 18-20—ASNE Technolo- gy, Systems & Ships, Washing- ton, D.C. 703- 836-6727, as- nehq@navalengineers.org or w w w. n ava l e n g i n e e r s . o r g / S y m posia/TSS2018. June 19-21—CLEAN PACIFIC, Port- land, Oregon. 713-343-1891, cda vie@accessintel.com or http://2018. cleanpacific.org. ST For more industry meetings, visit www.seatechnologymagazine.com/meetings.

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