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aeger

Latin for illness; to be sick.

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The contract will cover worldwide provision of survey and positioning services on board Heerema Marine Contractor s vessels, together with the Hermod, Balder, Thialf, Aegir, support vessels and anchor handlers.
The first-of-its-kind simultaneous christening ceremony in Amsterdam debuted the ships - Viking Aegir, Viking Atla, Viking Bragi, Viking Embla, Viking Forseti, Viking Jarl, Viking Rinda, Viking Skadi, Viking Tor and Viking Var - and was certified by a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS (TM) adjudicator as 'The Most Ships Inaugurated in One Day by One Company.
LOUIS & STAVANGER, Norway -- Emerson (NYSE: EMR) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Aegir Norge Holding AS has reached an agreement with Roxar ASA (OSE: ROX) to launch a voluntary offer for 100 percent of Roxar's shares.
Worldwide commercial footprint, International network of engineering centers, Leading edge technologies supported by growing R&D spend, Strong project management capabilities and experience in very large and complex ultra-deepwater projects, Unmatched network of logistic bases and manufacturing plants, High tension J-Lay vessels, provided by Heerema through their installation vessels Aegir (under construction) and Balder, S-Lay and Reel-Lay assets of both companies, as needed.
The six vessels will be joining Viking Freya, Viking Idun, Viking Njord, Viking Odin, which will be christened on March 21, 2012, and Viking Embla and Viking Aegir, which will be delivered later in 2012.
The two new ships -- Viking Embla and Viking Aegir -- will make their debut in July and August 2012, respectively, joining sister ships -- Viking Freya, Viking Idun, Viking Njord and Viking Odin (to be christened in March 2012).