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countries this potential may not be achieved. A great deal depends on a refining and consolidation of politics and economic planning in general, and oil policy in partic- ular, in countries such as Libya,
Nigeria, Venezuela, and Mexico, which are among those outside the Middle East with the great- est potential for an expansion in oil production in the 1980s.
The Study concludes that by 1985 a total in the range of 67-95 million dwf of long-haul tanker demand could have been displaced by increased oil production from short and medium-haul sources.
Since the long-haul routes are largely tonnaged by VLCCs and
ULCCs, the implication is that this displacement of long-haul tanker demand will deal a blow to employment prospects for large tankers, and serve to further the trend already evident toward me- dium-sized ships. "Crude Oil Supply and Tanker
Demand," No. 76 in a series of reports on various aspects of ship- ping prepared by the Research Di- vision of HPD Shipping Publica- tions, 34 Brook Street, Mayfair,
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Lips-Doran To Establish
Chesapeake, Va., Plant
Lips-Doran Company, a subsid- iary of Lips Propeller Works of
Drunen, the Netherlands, will es- tablish one of its U.S. manufac- turing and service facilities in
Lips is one of the world's larg- est manufacturers of large mono- block propellers, controllable-pitch propellers and thrusters. The com- pany operates 32 facilities around the world.
The Lips-Doran plant in Chesa- peake will construct a new build- ing on a five-acre tract in the
Cavalier Industrial Park in Chesa- peake. The new plant will serve as a production and repair facility for mono-block propellers, con- trollable-pitch propellers and thrusters. Company spokesman
Jeff van Oekel indicated opera- tions are expected to begin in mid-1980.
The company has operated a similar facility in Mississippi since 1970. However, according to
Mr. van Oekel, the intense con- centration of shipbuilding activity along the East Coast of the
United States, and in Virginia's
Tidewater area particularly, per- suaded the company to shift these operations. The company has been in operation in temporary facili- ties in the Tidewater area since 1977. Lips-Doran will continue to operate their propeller facilities in Oakland, Calif., and Portland,
Corpus Christi Marine
Names Herschel Chase
The appointment of Herschel
E. Chase as marine sales repre- sentative for Corpus Christi Ma- rine Services Company in Hous- ton, Texas, was announced by
Waylon Boles, vice president.
Mr. Chase will be responsible for sales of marine fuels in the
Houston area. Corpus Christi Ma- rine sells and delivers marine fuel on the Texas Gulf Coast through the use of its fleet of 13 barges and six towboats.
Mr. Chase joins CCMS after spending 30 years with Exxon
Company, U.S.A. He is a member of The Society of Naval Archi- tects and Marine Engineers, and the Society of Port Engineers.
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