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Lanier Named Marine
Operations Manager At
Martin Logicon Energy
The management of Martin
Logicon Energy Company of Pine
Bluff and North Little Rock, Ark., has announced the appointment of
Roger L. Lanier as marine oper- ations manager. He succeeds Capt.
Herman Pardue, who recently re- signed. Mr. Lanier joined the com- pany in January of this year.
Coastal States Trading
Appoints Three New
Three vice presidents have been elected by Coastal States Trading,
Inc., a subsidiary of The Coastal
Corporation, the Houston-based energy supply company.
Jorge Chamot will serve as vice president responsible for South
American crude oil supply and marketing in the transport and supply division. He joined Coastal in 1977 as manager of South
American operations in the crude oil division and was later elected assistant vice president of Coastal
States Trading, Inc.
Clyde B. Meltzer has been elect- ed vice president responsible for domestic crude oil supply and mar- keting. Previously with Shell Oil for nine years, he joined Coastal's loss control division in 1977. Fol- lowing his transfers to foreign and domestic crude oil trading op- erations, he was named manager of domestic crude oil trading.
Rick Sell will serve as vice pres- ident responsible for foreign crude supply and marketing. He worked for Champlin Petroleum Company and La Gloria Oil and Gas before joining Coastal in 1978.
Perry Nelson Named
Executive VP At
M. Rosenblatt & Son
Perry W. Nelson
Lester Rosenblatt, president and chairman of the board of M.
Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., New York, has announced the promotion of
Perry W. Nelson to executive vice president. A graduate of the U.S.
Naval Academy, Mr. Nelson re- ceived his master's degree in na- val architecture from the Webb
Institute of Naval Architecture, and attended the Advanced Man- agement Program at the Harvard
Before joining the Rosenblatt firm in 1975, Mr. Nelson spent 30 years in the U.S. Navy. His tours of duty included: five years at sea in destroyers; shipyard wa- terfront superintendent, project manager for preliminary design of destroyers and hydrofoils; sys- tems analyst, Office of the Secre- tary of Defense; director of Navy new ship design (NAVSEC) ; and commanding officer of the David
W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center.
Hudsick Named Economic
Services Director At
Port Of Portland
Clifford A. Hudsick, Port of
Portland manager of planning and research, has been named director of the port's newly created Eco- nomic Services Department, ex- ecutive director Lloyd Anderson announced.
In his new position, Mr. Hud- sick will oversee the activities of the port's Economic Development,
Legal, and Grants Administration divisions. In addition, he will have responsibility for the port's indus- trial development revenue bond- ing function.
He has served in his present position since 1978; he joined the port as planning manager in 1974.
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