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Bruce Weinstein

Appointed Coordinator

At Butterworth Systems

Bruce Weinstein

Bruce Weinstein has been named coordinator, Oil/Water

Separation Systems of Butter- worth Systems Inc. Butterworth

Systems is an international com- pany which manufactures equip- ment for oil/water separation, tank cleaning, underwater hull cleaning and high pressure water jetting.

In his new position, Mr. Wein- stein will work with existing and potential Butterworth Systems customers in the selection of qual- ity, low-maintenance, manual and fully automatic oil/water sepa- rators designed to conform to the new IMCO regulations and pro- posed USCG requirements.

Previously, Mr. Weinstein had been with Exxon Enterprises,

Electric Power Conversion Sys- tem, where he worked in inter- national marketing.

Mr. Weinstein received a B.A. degree in American studies from

Yale University, and is currently completing an MBA program at

Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Butterworth Systems Inc. is lo- cated at 224 Park Avenue South,

Box 352, Florham Park, N.J. 07932.

John K. Stuart Joins

Oglebay Norton Co.

John K. Stuart has been ap- pointed assistant fleet engineer at Oglebay Norton Company, whose Columbia Transportation

Division operates 18 vessels on the Great Lakes.

Formerly vice president-engi- neering at the Great Lakes Tow- ing Company, Mr. Stuart had been associated with that firm since 1955. He holds a Bachelor of Sci- ence degree from the U.S. Mer- chant Marine Academy at Kings

Point, N.Y., and in 1954 earned a Bachelor of Science degree in naval architecture and marine en- gineering from the University of

Michigan. In three years' service with the United States Navy, he rose to the rank of lieutenant as gunnery officer aboard a destroy- er. He is a member of The Soci- ety of Naval Architects and Ma- rine Engineers, The Propeller

Club, and The Society of Naval


March 15, 1980 13

API Announces 1980

Tanker Conference

Set For May 11-14

Adm. John B. Hayes, Comman- dant of the U.S. Coast Guard, will be the keynote speaker at the

American Petroleum Institute's 1980 tanker conference, May 11- 14, at the Hotel del Coronado,

Coronado, Calif.

The conference, which has the theme "Tankers — Energy Life- lines for a New Decade," will deal with all aspects of tanker oper- ations, including crew training; tanker maintenance and inspec- tion; LPG tankers; design of steering gear control systems; and the future of the tanker in- dustry.

The various topics will be ad- dressed by either panel discus- sions or individual authors from

U.S. and overseas companies.

Admiral Hayes will be the luncheon speaker on Monday,

May 12. John E. Swearingen, chairman of the board, Standard

Oil Co. (Indiana), is scheduled to speak at the conference banquet

Tuesday evening May 13.

Conference registration infor- mation is available from the

Department of Transportation

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