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Omega Marine Awarded
Engineering Design Work
By Union Texas Petroleum
Omega Marine Services, Inc.,
Houston, Texas, has been awarded the engineering design for Union
Texas Petroleum Corporation's Eu- gene Island 371 'A' platform topside facilities. Equipment is being de- signed to produce 250 BCPD and 60
MMSCFD gas. Omega Marine will also provide assistance in construc- tion management and procure- ment.
BP Offers Free 32-Page
Brochure On World Energy
The British Petroleum Company p.I.e. is offering a 32-page brochure which gives a statistical review of world energy consumption and pro- duction.
The full-color publication offers several pages of outstanding color graphs presenting the world energy picture clearly and concisely. Some of the graphs presented in the bro- chure include: oil production by area; oil consumption; oil discover- ies 1859-1984; refinery capacities; imports and exports of oil in 1984; natural gas production; nuclear en- ergy consumption; and coal produc- tion.
The brochure offers an impressive array of statistical facts on the en- tire globe including: North America,
Latin America, Western Europe, the
Middle East, North Africa, West
Africa, East and South Africa,
South East Asia, South Asia,
Australasia, Centrally Planned
Economies, OECD members, OPEC members and Non-Communist
A special feature included in the brochure is a conversion table for tons, long tons, barrels, gallons (im- perial), gallons (U.S.), and barrels/ day.
To receive a copy of this impres- sive, full-color brochure from Brit- ish Petroleum,
Circle 65 on Reader Service Card
ASEA Names Jon Turley
Manager Marine Offshore sterdam, Holland, as marine sales application engineer. In 1983, he assumed responsibility for ASEA
Inc.'s west-coast marine activities in
In Montreal, Mr. Turley will be responsible for the newly formed
Marine and Offshore Centre. All
ASEA Marine automation and pow- er equipment activities for North
America will be concentrated in this office. The new Marine and Off- shore Centre will handle all applica- tion engineering, systems coordina- tion and documentation, but certain hardware and standard subsystems will be imported from Sweden.
By concentrating the expertise lo- cally, the new organization will be able to offer improved services to
ASEA's many Canadian and U.S. customers and increase the level of
North American content in the fin- ished products.
ASEA Inc. employs more than 650 people in seven locations across the country designing and building a wide range of industrial and utility products.
ASEA Inc. supplies complete pro- pulsion controls as well as highly advanced electronic automation equipment, speed controls and alarm and safety systems for marine and offshore applications.
For free literature and further information on ASEA equipment,
Circle 80 on Reader Service Card
Jonathan Turley has been named product manager for Marine and Offshore of ASEA Inc., compa- ny officials announced.
Mr. Turley has some 20 years' experience in the marine business.
After spending five years at sea with the British P.O. Lines, he joined the
ASEA organization in 1971 in Am-
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Circle 148 for Bulletin 5890
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FC234 AQP™ Fire Resistant
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Another member of the tough
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Another Aeroquip breakthrough is 2781 HI-IMPULSE hose. It s a 2-wire braid hose that asts longer under frequent -nculse conditions and also hances higher operating and peak pressures than conventiona
SAE100R2A hose. A patented
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It takes a special kind of person to. understand naval vessels. And. it takes a special brand of fluid conveying products to stand up under the rigors of marine use.
At Aeroquip. we've been designing and pro- ducing marine and MIL-Spec hose lines, fittings, joints, adapters and other fluid line products for over forty years. We understand the special needs of oceangoing fluid power and fluid handling
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