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Gulf Oil Announces

Organization Changes

At GT&T Division

The following organization changes and personnel appoint- ments have been announced by

H.I. Goodman, president of Gulf

Trading & Transportation (GT&

T) Company, a division of Gulf

Oil Corporation.

Named vice presidents in GT&

T's Pittsburgh, Pa., offices were

David H. Bruce, international crude and product sales; Jack E.

Harbaugh, international marine, aviation and specialty sales; and

Arthur R. Larocque, government crude and product acquisition.

Jon N. Deakin remains vice presi- dent-supply and transportation, and Richard I. Hoskins remains vice president-marine.

Mr. Bruce, who had been vice president-trading and marine di- vision in Tokyo since 1976, joined

Gulf as sales coordinator in his native London in 1962. He at- tended Winchester College and

New College, Oxford, receiving a

B.A. degree in politics, philosophy and economics in 1957.

Mr. Harbaugh, who was execu- tive vice president-Gulf Interna- tional Trading Company, and vice president-product trading for

GT&T, joined Gulf in 1949 as a sales trainee. He has served as assistant to the corporate presi- dent, secretary to the chairman's advisory council, president of

Korea Gulf Oil, and vice presi- dent of marketing for Gulf Oil

Company-South Asia. A native of

South Bend, Ind., he is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Mr. Larocque, who was vice president-international petroleum sales, joined Gulf in 1976 as gen- eral manager-international avia- tion sales. A native of Fall River,

Mass., he holds a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Worcester

Polytechnic Institute in Massa- chusetts.

These changes implement GT&

T's recent organization shift to emphasize the company's pri- mary roles of service to other

Gulf operating companies, man- agement of Gulf's foreign crude oil and tanker fleet, and profitable growth of international commer- cial activities.

Dravo Corp. Names

Hird And Farringer To

Engineering Works Div.

Dravo Corporation has an- nounced the appointments of Jack

Hird as Eastern sales manager, marine, and Richard Farringer as contract manager of marine re- pair for its Engineering Works


Jack Hird

Mr. Hird, formerly manager of marine repair, joined Dravo in 1939. He has 30 years' experience in marine repair, and is a member of The Pittsburgh Propeller Club.

Richard Farringer

Mr. Farringer, who succeeds

Mr. Hird as contract manager of marine repair, joined Dravo in 1976 as a production engineer. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania

State University in civil engi- neering.

Dravo's Engineering Works Di- vision operates one of the nation's largest inland waterways ship- yards at Neville Island, Pa., near

Pittsburgh, where it designs and builds a wide range of marine products, including Viking tow- boats, barges, bulk material han- dling, and specialized equipment.

We're making history again,

Bay-Houston announces the C.R. Haden, a brand new 3,200 horsepower tug with power to spare for tow- ing, maneuvering and docking the largest vessels using Texas Gulf ports. Twin screws with Kort nozzles assure quick response to tow conditions in open harbors, narrow channels or turning basins.

We've come a long way since 1880 when Captain W.D. Haden's towpath operation along upper Gal- veston Bay made us the first harbor towing company in the Houston area.

Whatever your towing needs, call Bay-Houston. We have the know-how and power with more than 90 years experience. It's a record of leadership in towing. R BAY HOUSTON TOWING CO. . dad r>r\ o AAin A OT\A/I CC TrwAiiKin HARBOR AND COASTWISE TOWING

Houston • Galveston • Corpus Christi • Freeport • Texas City




Transfers taking place off Little Cayman Island and Cayman Brae B.W.I.

Most beneficial location with direct shuttle tanker routes to all U.S. Gulf and East Coast Ports.

Weather conditions ideal, equipment and facilities the finest together with experienced and reliable personnel. Every emphasis is placed on extremely quick vessel turnaround, from ULCC's, VLCC's, etc. to the shuttle vessels. Safe anchoring areas off both



Oil Terminal completion to be announced in near future.

Agents for CAYMAN ENERGY, Ltd.:


New York, N.Y. 10017

Telex #640048—AMES GROUP NYK

Telephone: 212-490-3233 oRUiAHS 'GKLVESTWJ "corpus

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