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$5-Billion Hibernia Offshore Project
Will Get Under Way Early This Year dent & general manager-shipbuild- ing, Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd. "Canadian Patrol Frigate (CFP)
Combat System Testing," by Ger- ald M. Zutler, vice president, Pa- ramax Electronics Inc. 12 Noon: Lunch 2:00 pm: "NRC Institute for Ma- rine Dynamics—Your New Nation- al Facility," by N.E. Jeffrey, di- rector, and D.C. Murdey, assistant director, Insitute for Marine Dy- namics, National Research Council. "Development of the B2400 En- gine," by R. Dunton, director, En- gine R&D, Rail and Diesel Power
Division, Bombardier Inc. 3:30 pm: "The Application of Ad- vanced Techniques to Hull Form
Design and Analysis," by D.R. Pat- terson, head of sales, British Mari- time Technology Ltd.
Chairman: I.L. Bateman, chair- man, CSSRA Allied Industries
Members. 9:00 am: "Reliability Assurance of
Floating Production Systems," by
T. Nasseri, S.J. Gorman and I.
Frazer, Det norske Veritas (Calga- ry, Montreal and Oslo, respective- ly). "Computer-Aided Ship Design
Process within VSEI," by Robert
Leong, Versatile Systems Engi- neering Inc.
Coffee Break 10:30 am: "Canadian Frontier Oil & Gas Plays—What the Immediate
Future Holds," by Ian M. Doig, editor, Doig's Digest and president,
Ian M. Doig & Associates Ltd. "Fracture Control Plan in the
Fabrication of Offshore Structures for the Canadian East Coast," by
Denis Larose, head, Welding &
Metallurgical Department, Versa- tile Davie Inc. 12 Noon: Lunch. 2:00 pm: "Building Canada's Fron- tier—The Materials Factor," by
J.W. Hotchkies, manager-market development engineering, The Algo- ma Steel Corporation, Ltd. "The Importance of Shipping in the Canadian Arctic," by Charles
Hetherington, president, Panarc- tic Oils Ltd. (to be presented by
Lindsay J. Franklin, vice presi- dent, Operations Division, Panarc- tic Oils). 6:30 pm: Cash Bar, Joilet Room.
DLI Engineering Awarded $1.2-Million Navy Contract
For Vibration Surveys
DLI Engineering Corporation of
Bainbridge Island, Wash., has been awarded the first year option of a three-year Navy contract with an estimated value of $1.2 million. The
Machinery Condition Analysis (MCA) program will be conducted on aircraft carriers of both the Pa- cific and Atlantic Fleets. DLI will conduct vibration surveys of major machinery using the vibration spec- tra to diagnose machine problems; the program assists the Navy in its repair planning.
The contracting agencies for this contract are PERA(CV) and the
January 15, 1986 7:30 pm: Annual Banquet, Grand
Company Booth No.
Algoma Steel 21
Brock Marine 59
Canadian General Electric 55-7
Cla-Val Canada 95
Compagnie Aciers Slater 66
CompAir Canada 33
CTH Instruments Central 10
Cullen Canadian 102
Delaval Turbine Canada 52-3
East Coast Offshore 2 104
Eastern Precision Casting
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Energy Mines & Resources 8-9
G.E.C. Diesels 96-7
Georges Nadeau 100
German Marine 93
German & Milne/Energy
Conservation Systems 24
Hayward Industrial Products Canada . - 7
Hewitt Equipment 94
Hurum Marine 71
Idar Canada 5
Indal Technologies 2
Institute de marine du Cegep de Rimouski 5
International Paints (Canada) 70
Joiner Systems JSC Canada (1983) . . 75
K.W. Wilke Associates 51
Krupp MaK Canada 74
Leroy Somer Canada 43
MacGregor-Navire (Canada) .... 28-9
Marine Industrie 44
Merlin Gerin (Canada) 25-6
Ministere de I'Industrie du Commerce 67-8
Ocean Resources 76
Offshore Resources 2
Palco Welding Products Canada 6
Paramax Electronics 15
Pratt & Whitney Canada 3-4
Raytheon Canada 61
Regional Industrial Expansion .... 41-2
Rivtow Industries 18-19
Saint John Shipbuilding 11-14
Seaway Review 32
Siemens Electric 49-50
Stork Werkspoor Canada 4
Strider Resource Agencies 69
Total Transportation Systems 17 98
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Vale-Harmon Enterprises 91
Vereinigte Deutsche Metallwerk .... 27
Verreault Navigation 1
Wartsila Arctic 58
Westinghouse Canada 101
Naval Supply Center, Puget Sound.
For the past 10 years, DLI has been involved in the development of the
Navy Awards Rockwell $10.3-Million Contract
Rockwell International Corpora- tion, Anaheim, Calif., is being awarded a $10,333,000 cost-plus- incentive-fee contract for overhaul of Poseidon submarine navigation systems. Work will be performed in
Anaheim, and is expected to be completed in October 1987. The
Naval Sea Systems Command,
Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-86-C-4001).
First construction related to
Newfoundland's $5-billion Hibernia offshore oil project is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 1986, it was announced in New York recent- ly by Hal Barrett, Minister of
Development and Tourism for the
According to Minister Barrett, the Hibernia project offers opportu- nities for U.S. and other countries. "Joint venturing is the key to Amer- ican involvement in Newfound- land," he said. "The international community has already started to enter the local scene, with major off- shore players such as Norwegian
Contractors and Moss Rosenberg of
Norway; McDermott International and Brown & Root of the U.S.; and
C.G. Doris of France all entering into agreements to form joint ven- tures."
The first major discovery in Hi- bernia Field was made in 1979 by
Chevron while drilling on Mobil
Oil's acreage. This field is said to be the third largest offshore oil discov- ery made in the world to date, with only two fields in the North Sea being larger. A total of nine wells have been drilled at this site, con- firming the existence of a commer- cially exploitable field of close to a (continued)
At recent luncheon meeting of World Trade Writers in New York. Newfoundland's Minister of
Development and Tourism Hal Barrett points out features of huge concrete-based drilling platform that will be used by Mobil at Hibernia Field offshore Newfoundland, Canada. With him are Sandra Zwerling, president of World Trade Writers Association, and Peter F.
Greene, editor of Marketing USA.
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