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  • A 60-page pamphlet is being offered by the BP Company Limited, on their facilities, capabilities and history.

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  • Scientists at BP's Research Centre at Sunbury-on-Thames, England, have succeeded in developing a family of new anti-corrosion pigments. These pigments, which have been widely patented, are based on the ion-exchange principle—a radical departure from existing technology. Almost all metal fabrications

  • Stolt-Nielsen, BP Tanker Company, and bankers, together with their lawyers and financial advisers, met in Paris on August 2-4, for the signing of the various documents enabling BP to make its i n v e s t m e n t in the Greenwich, Conn.-based specialist chemical shipping and tanker organization.

  • BP North America Petroleum, Houston, Texas, is offering a free, full-color, 12-page brochure on its petroleum and petroleum-related products and services. BP North America Petroleum Inc. (BPNAP) is part of an international network which provides petroleum and petroleum-related products and services

  • National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) delivered the Alaskan Frontier, the first of four Alaska-class double-hull oil tankers being built for BP Oil Shipping Company, USA. Touted as state-of-theart ships and environmentally friendly — backed by an innovative diesel-electric propulsion system

  • recently held a start-of-construction ceremony for NASSCO Hull 487, the fourth of four Alaska Class, double-hull oil tankers being constructed for BP Oil Shipping Company, USA. BP's Site Team Member Richard Blaine activated a robotic welding machine and cut the first piece of steel for the new

  • that its National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. (NASSCO) unit had won a lucrative and much sought after contract to build three double hull tankers for BP. The deal, worth approximately $630 million, calls for a tanker trio which will carry crude from Valdez. Alaska, to U.S. West Coast ports. The contract

  • AtoBviaC said that its BP Shipping Marine Distance Tables are now incorporated into the Voyager Planning Station solution. Routes are calculated by Master Mariners to provide accurate, reliable calculations taking into account issues such as traffic separation schemes and navigational restrictions. For the

  • , including Thordon COMPAC waterlubricated propeller shaft bearings. During the design phase of the vessels — which are being built by NASSCO for the BP Shipping — BP was determined to minimize the risk of oil leakage. This included building in multiple redundant systems, and eliminating the use of

  • When BP signed a Letter of Intent with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Company, Ltd. of South Korea for the Crazy Horse project in the Gulf of Mexico, it would never have expected that the project would stir up a pot of controversy regarding its name. The project, which was named Crazy

  • Wartsila has been awarded a contract from BP to deliver an integrated package of auxiliary diesel generators totalling 15.3 MW for the Thunder Horse offshore project in the Gulf of Mexico. The power plant will be installed on the production, drilling and quarters platform Thunder Horse PDQ being built

  • Dome Petroleum Limited of Calgary, Alberta, BP Petroleum Development Limited, and London and Scottish Marine Oil p.l.c., both of London, England, announced recently that agreement has been reached for the sale to BP and LASMO of Dome's shareholding in companies which, via subsidiaries, hold internati

  • MR Dec-19#22 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
Photo: RMK Marine
T. Elinor Main)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 Photo: RMK Marine T. Elinor Main Particulars Ship Name T. Elinor Ship Type Oil Product & Chemical Tanker T.Elinor Ship Builder RMK MARINE Gemi Yapim Sanayii ve Deniz Tasimaciligi Isletmesi A.S. Adnan Nefesoglu, RMK MARINE’s Diesel & Turbo (later changed its name sen as the Supplier

  • MR Dec-19#20 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
Ishin
In May 2017, MOL decided to)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 Ishin In May 2017, MOL decided to build those escort duties. It has a top speed of tank is not removed, but it can be, for backup to LNG fuel, and can be operat- an LNG-fueled tugboat that would be 16 knots, a fast tugboat and something example, when the Ishin is docked for ed in

  • MR Dec-19#19  ?  rst new NYK-owned 
Length (BP)  222 m
Breadth (molded))
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    cer, attended together with Delivery October 30, 2019 others from the company. Length (OA) 230 m Photos: NYK The ship is the ? rst new NYK-owned Length (BP) 222 m Breadth (molded) 36.6 m VLGC to include a SOx scrubber that is Depth (molded) 22.2 m compliant with the International Mari- Draft (designed

  • MR Dec-19#18 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
Corona Youthful 
Corona Youthful is a)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 Corona Youthful Corona Youthful is a 91,000 dwt-type pulsion ef? ciency. coal carrier, a special coal carrier built Advanced Flipper Fins are a stern at- at Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. It is tachment located in front of the propeller the same type known as the “Corona- and

  • MT Nov-19#47  partners Lundin, Total, Aker BP 
service companies have)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 47

    and collaborative methods led by to drive the next wave of competitiveness given operators and operator Equinor alongside partners Lundin, Total, Aker BP service companies have perhaps cut costs as far as is sustain- and Petoro. ably possible. New ideas, such as Equinor’s Hywind Tampen The largest development

  • MR Nov-19#70  no place  ing his cadetship with BP in 1984. Since  reputation)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 70

    complet- As Herron explains, building a solid other to say they understand the business purely for ? nancial reasons has no place ing his cadetship with BP in 1984. Since reputation can take decades, but losing we’re in,” said Herron in today’s shipping market. joining Chevron 30 years ago, Herron a

  • MR Nov-19#26  farm plat-
possibly also UK´s BP. ing of O&G players most)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    Shell, and reth. Equinor is at the top of the rank- their aims is for its total oil and gas port- technology in ? oating wind farm plat- possibly also UK´s BP. ing of O&G players most prepared for folio to reach 8kg of CO² per barrel of oil forms should permit its use in deepwa- Equinor opted for a comprehensive

  • MT Sep-19#39 . 
that both Sonardyne and BP could do  The goal was to)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    location to download the itored and controlled remotely from data – which was sent live to shore so XOCEAN’s base in Ireland. that both Sonardyne and BP could do The goal was to get point cloud data, an initial check on the data. To reach color coded bathymetry data, quality of the seabed units, permission

  • MT Sep-19#38 Image: BP
The Miller pipeline survey route. 
Instead)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    Image: BP The Miller pipeline survey route. Instead, BP decided to use a USV to sure as well as substantially reducing Line (USBL) system was driven up to retrieve this data – a ? rst for the North manned vessel costs. Peterhead, in Scotland, and launched Sea. It would signi? cantly reduce car- In

  • MT Sep-19#37  to operate in rough  cerns, BP this year has performed)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    contingencies, fail safes, etc. are operated, as well as vessel endur- Notwithstanding some of these con- ance and the ability to operate in rough cerns, BP this year has performed weather are others – both of which are two commercial projects employing particularly pertinent to North Sea a USV manufactured

  • MT Sep-19#36 Photos: BP
The XO-450 being deployed via a slipway 
at)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 36

    Photos: BP The XO-450 being deployed via a slipway at Peterhead. Photos: BP September 2019 36 MTR MTR #7 (34-49).indd 36 8/29/2019 1:39:34 PM

  • MT Sep-19#35  Society in Scotland 
?  rm BP has been taking a lead in)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 35

    the use of USVs in the UK sector nications are lost. Speaking at a The AT SEA of the North Sea. UK-based energy Hydrographic Society in Scotland ? rm BP has been taking a lead in meeting in Aberdeen, earlier this year, this space. BP, which has a vision to he said: “There are challenges associ- Iver4:

  • MT Sep-19#34  transit safely across 
projects BP has been running.
 
one)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 34

    Maslin takes a look at manned vessel – in this case a SEA-KIT operated Maxlimer, built by UK-based Hushcraft – could transit safely across projects BP has been running. one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes September 2019 34 MTR MTR #7 (34-49).indd 34 8/29/2019 4:25:57 P

  • MT Sep-19#4  
an insightful look at a project BP has been running, using)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    . On page 34 we invite you to ‘Go over the Horizon’ with Elaine Maslin, as she takes Manager, Marketing Mark O’Malley an insightful look at a project BP has been running, using USVs to help reduce emissions, [email protected] costs and risks. Accounting Esther Rothenberger [email protected]

  • MT Sep-19#2    
By Justin Manley
Robotics
34  BP Goes “Over 
 the Horizon”
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    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 2

    systems (UMS) technology is moving into new commercial domains, notably inspection maintenance and repair (IMR). By Justin Manley Robotics 34 BP Goes “Over the Horizon” Use of USVs is becoming a commercial reality, reducing emissions, cost and risk in the offshore industry. By Elaine

  • MT Sep-19#Cover  
Edition
NATO
Flexes its MUSCLE
BP goes
Over the Horizon
IMR)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: Cover

    REPORTER September 2019 www.marinetechnologynews.com ROBOTICS Edition NATO Flexes its MUSCLE BP goes Over the Horizon IMR Moves Robotic NATO CMRE Interview Catherine Warner Advances in Subsea CO Storage 2 Volume 62 Number 7 Marine Technology

  • MR Aug-19#42  other four are chemi-
two 70-ton BP Harbor tugs which are 
including)
    August 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    for building of had good success in the workboat sector, data about the global ? eet and their ages, men tankers while other four are chemi- two 70-ton BP Harbor tugs which are including tug boats, pilot boats, service we see that the big wave of demand will cal/oil products tankers. “It is also worth

  • MR Jun-19#24  explained,  nouncement from BP, quoting the Global  Tallett)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    , an early March 2019 an- Kong and of course, Singapore. down to 0.5%. They can install “scrub- the IMO 2020 related issues) explained, nouncement from BP, quoting the Global Tallett described regional implications bers” and continue to purchase high “We analyze marine fuels supply and Head of BP Marine

  • MT May-19#50  (initially operated by Amoco, BP, BG  Chrysaor needed to)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 50

    it over, you couldn’t put a PIG in because the PIG and what diameter pipelines are. could get stuck.” The Lomond platform (initially operated by Amoco, BP, BG Chrysaor needed to clear the pipeline before it became Group and then Shell) sits 145m east of Aberdeen in 83.8m blocked again. But, clearing

  • MN May-19#56  Merritt 
16 years with ARCO and BP Ship- Director  Steven M)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    gle posthumously honored the late decades of leadership experience, after Port Everglades Chief Executive and AWO Elects Merritt 16 years with ARCO and BP Ship- Director Steven M. Cernak, with as Chairman ping, most recently serving as Director AAPA’s Distinguished Service Award. The members of

  • MP Q1-19#48 .............................. 27
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    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 48

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  • MP Q1-19#34  March 2019 announcement from BP, quot- ued, “The USA is)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 34

    and much as this is lower cost.” of the balance from a further twenty-?ve or so.” Tallett contin- Separately, an early March 2019 announcement from BP, quot- ued, “The USA is expected to have the largest supply surplus ing the Global Head of BP Marine, Mr. Eddie Gauci, said: “We and export potential

  • MT Mar-19#32 No More Miller
BP’s Miller platform was made fast work of)
    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 32

    No More Miller BP’s Miller platform was made fast work of by Petrofac and Saipem. By Elaine Maslin Two years ago, the Miller platform stood complete in the ended in 2007, but the facility was maintained, for plugging central North Sea 270km north east of Aberdeen. Today, and abandonment operations and to

  • MT Mar-19#30  to the Armada hub.
Image from BP
Image from Chrysaor
March)
    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 30

    . The Armada ? eld conductors. While slated for decommissioning, a new operator, Chrysaor, has brought a new lease of life to the Armada hub. Image from BP Image from Chrysaor March 2019 30 MTR MTR #2 (18-33).indd 30 3/11/2019 11:10:55 A