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Gastech '81 (continued from page 21) shaft Failure by G.J. Masaitis and E.G. Tornay, Energy Trans- portation Corporation, New

York. 3:00 pm — Port Planning and

Management Aspects of the

Shipment of LNG and LPG by

Capt. P.R. Lyon, Eagle Lyon

Pope Associates, Dr. D.H.

Slater and Dr. M.A.F. Pyman,

Technica Ltd., London. 4:00 pm—Session 5: Safety and

Training. Chairman: R.C. Gray,

British Shipbuilders, Newcas- tle-upon-Tyne, UK. Staying

Safe and Retaining Earnings:

A Team Approach to Systems

Integrity on LPG Carriers by

D.W.F. Gosden, M. Smith and

P. Elkington, Bibby Bros. & Co.,

Liverpool, UK. 4:30 pm—Assessment of Conse- quences from Accidental Re- lease of Liquefied Gases by

D.M. Solberg and E. Skramstad,

Det norske Veritas, Oslo. 5:00 pm—LNG Safety Research

Overview by S. Atallah, Gas

Research Institute, Chicago, 111.

Friday, October 23 9:00 am—Session 5: Safety and

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M ississippi 39701 i 601 ) 328-6722 and Its Role in Liquefied Gas

Carrier Personnel Training by

G. Angas, College of Nautical

Studies, Warsash, Southamp- ton. 9:30 am — Alternative Fire Pro- tection Systems for LPG Ves- sels by J.M. Wright and K.C.

Fryer, Blevex Ltd., Boreham- wood, Herts., UK. 10:00 am — Poison-Resistant

Flammable Gas Sensors for

LNG/Offshore Installations by

J.M. Sonley, International Gas

Detectors Ltd., Wetherby, W.

Yorks., UK. 10:30 am — Safety of Liquefied

Gases Containment Systems on

Land and at Sea by M. Kotch- arian and J.M. Simon, Techni- gaz, Maurepas, France. 11:00 am—Coffee break. 11:30 am—Session 6: Liquefied

Gas Storage. Chairman: Rob- ert E. Petsinger, LNG Services

Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. State-of- the-Art Assessment of Refrig- erated Liquefied Gas Storage

Systems Using Flat Bottom

Tanks by L.P. Zick and I.V.

La Fave, Chicago Bridge &

Iron Company, Oak Brook, 111. 12:00 noon—Test Tank Program for Liquefied Gas Storage Using the GT/MDC Containment Sys- tem by T.M. Yamakawa, Tokyo

Kanetsu K.K., Japan. 12:30 pm—Luncheon for Confer- ence delegates. 2:00 pm — Unloading of Large

LPG Carriers into Salt and

Rock Caverns by W. Brum- shagen, LGA Gastechnik Gm- bH, Remagen-Rolandseck, Ger- many. 2:30 pm—Commissioning of the 120,000 cu. m. Storage Tanks of the Gaz de France LNG Ter- minal by C. Riou and C. Zer- mati, Technigaz, Maurepas,

France. 3:00 pm—Foundation Failure and

Its Remedy for a Liquefied Gas

Storage Tank by W.C. van

Hoof, Ravchem Corp., Menlo

Park, Calif, and J.P. Ofren- chuck, Cyanamid of Canada

Ltd., Niagara Falls, Ontario. 3:30 pm — Operation of the

World's Largest LPG Plant by

S. Shtayieh, Kuwait Oil Co.;

C.A. Durr and J.C. McMillan,

M.W. Kellogg, Houston, Texas and C. Collins, M.W. Kellogg,

London. 4:00 pm — Session 7: Develop- ment of the World's LPG Car- rier Fleet — Technical Work- shop and Discussion Session.

Chairman: Dr. Ing. H. Back- haus, LGA Gastechnik GmbH,

Remagen-Rolandseck, Ger- many.

Subjects: a. Classification of LPG Car- riers: Aspects of New and

Foreseeable IMCO Rules by

J. Benoit, Bureau Veritas,

Paris. b. Views of a Shipbuilder To- wards Modern Gas Carriers by A.B. Bjoerkman, Oy (continued on page 24) 22 Write 138 on Reader Service Card Maritime Reporter/Engineering News

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