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standing by. The electric motors of the pumps are to be located on the top platform of the sea chest, in the dry space.

The new system requires stan- dard cooling water pumps with suit- able material specifications and construction.

Depending on the machinery load, the optimum water flow will be automatically controlled by ei- ther a personal computer (with software provided by the system designer) or the common board com- puter via the frequency converter.

All of the seawater return flow will be collected in one tube, and controlled via specially designed control valves, for routing either back to the sea chest or overboard.

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Vietnam. Following this acquisi- tion, Stolt Comex Seaway plans to integrate all of its drill support and

ROV capability in the Asia Pacific region into one group based in

Western Australia. The company's

Asia Pacific Region will be led by newly appointed Vice President

Brian Butler, who was previously employed as managing director of

Swire Pacific Offshore, based in


Renk AG Concludes Merger

With Renk Tacke GmbH

As of July 1, the merger of Renk

Tacke and Renk Aktiengesellschaft (Renk AG) was completed. Renk

AG acquired the assets of Renk

Tacke in 1991, and since then, ex- tensive organizational measures have been implemented with the aim of combining the manufactur- ing and administrative sectors of the two companies.

The initiated merger represents a continuation of this process of streamlining and structural im- provement, according to company sources.

All assets of Renk Tacke will be completely transferred, with all

Goode Joins MAN B&W

MAN B&W an- nounced that Jack

Goode has joined the company as as- sistant sales man- ager. Mr.Goodehas more than 20 years of sales and service experience in the ma- rine and navy mar- kets with General Electric Co. He will report to Lars Krieger

Thomsen, sales manager, and will be located in the company's New

York office.

Intermodal Transportation

Names Account Executive "K" Line America, Inc., a fully integrated intermodal transporta- tion company linking the Pacific

Rim with North America, recently announced the appointment of

Maria Catsadimas to the position of account executive.

Ms. Catsadimas has had sev- eral years of experience in trans-

Pacific trade, and has been previ- ously employed with Evergreen

America Corp., as an import sales representative, and with AT&T, as an account executive. "K" Line

America, Inc. and "K" Line Canada

Ltd. operate 24 offices throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Stolt Comex Acquires

Australian Co., Appoints VP

For Asia Pacific Region

In mid-August, Stolt Comex Sea- way S.A., a diversified contractor to the offshore oil and gas industry, announced the acquisition, subject to due diligence, of Australian com- pany Drillsupport International

Pty. Ltd. The Perth-based com- pany, founded in 1990, is a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operator which has patented an ROV design,

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