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  • On June 24,1994 the USCG published a notice to inform the public that the alternative voluntary advisory group for Cook Inlet, Alaska has been recertified (59 FR 32745).

    This certification was effective June 1,1994 and terminates May 31,1995.

    Certification allows the advisory group to monitor activities of oil tankers and facilities. The voluntary advisory group represents the communities and interests near the oil terminal facilities in the Cook Inlet.

    On April 19, 1994, the USCG announced the availability of its application for recertification that it received from the Cook Inlet Regional Citizen's Advisory Council (CIRCAC) and requested comments (59 FR 18592). No dissenting comments were received. The application from CIRCAC was evaluated in accordance with the policy statement published on July 7, 1993 (59 FR 36505).

    By letter dated June 1, 1994, the Chief, Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection certified that CIRCAC qualifies as an alternative voluntary advisory group.

  • —Literature Available A compact, single-stage centrifugal boiler feed pump, with pump capacities to 400 gpm and total head to 406 psig, is now available from FMC Coffin® Turbo Pump Division, FMC Corporation. Overall dimensions, length-width-height, are just 32 inches by 23 inches by 32 inches.

  • A recent meeting of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held, as usual, aboard the early 20th-century passenger ship Princess Louise I. The technical session featured Dr. Maxwell C. Cheung, president of MCA Engineers, Inc. of Newport Beach

  • Region recently held a reception at the Whitehall Club's Hudson River Suite in New York City. Invitations were extended to the U.S. Coast Guard, local oil company representatives, pollution response companies, environmental groups as well as federal, state and local officials from New York and New

  • allowing competitive turbine machinery manufacturers to supply turbines. Following this thinking, there is also the advantage of allowing boiler manufacturers to frame size their boilers more readily. Frame Considerations Based on the size and speed of present ships and ships of the immediate

  • strainer with fine mesh stainless screen, the Par-Max motor is thermally protective and fully-compliant with USCG electrical regulations. The company's Oil Change System is designed for changing onboard oil in an easy and safe manner. Consisting of a reversing impeller pump with a multi-valve manifold

  • repair. Bearings are journal type throughout and can be either 3-lobe or tilting pad, depending on the application. Gearing is AGMA Class 12 or better. Oil is provided by a shaft-driven main oil pump with an electric prelube pump. The shaftdriven lube pump runs at bull gear speed, providing continuous

  • .  The Ice Navigation course is relative new with the first class presented in November 2014.  The initial class included members working in the offshore oil and gas industry, a member of the Alaska Marine Pilot’s Association and members of the Alaskan fisheries.  Although the course of instruction is designed

  • As the oil industry awaits a much-needed rebound, Foss Maritime’s robust presence in the Arctic region underscores its commitment to the region, the environment, and a business plan that looks ahead to the next chapter.   Reports of the death of commercial Arctic activities have been greatly exaggerated.

  • remarkable convenience, and maintenance time savings," Mr. Wathen said. Other GLT-260 features include: Terry's proven cantilevered, solidwheel design; oil-free lubricating system; innovative governor valve, and tight shut-off trip valve; component standardization; steel casing, and stainless steel

  • A highly sensitive pressure reducing regulator from Circle Seal, called the PVR Series, is said by the manufacturer to be ideal for corrosive or ultra pure fluids. Its design, featuring a large diaphragm and small seat, provides performance equal to constant bleed type regulators. Made with a rigid

  • fluid viscosity capacities, pulsation-free operation, and high reliability over extended periods, they are used in a broad range of industries for fuel oil/fluid transfer, lube oil service, hydraulic power, hydraulic sealing, and turbine governor use. For free literature giving further information

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    to the sur- large and growing product line of buoy- buoyancy, framework, instrument face. Signi? cantly, the system can be ancy solutions for offshore oil & gas clamps, hardware and ballast. Systems designed for depths as great as 6000 and technology companies. Though it are customized per the ?

  • MT Apr-19#59  winches with  trial and oil and gas industries. Based)
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    of ers in the marine, construction, indus- Hawboldt Industries Hawboldt is a designer and manufac- rental equipment includes winches with trial and oil and gas industries. Based turer of custom-built Launch and Recov- a variety of cables, mobile A-frames in in New Orleans, La., with locations in ery

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    AUVSI XPONENTIAL April 9-11, Southampton, UK Mar 29- Apr 2 Chicago, IL Ad Close: Mar 21 Ad Close: Apr 21 Ad Close: May 21 APRILMAYJUNE Ocean Energy: Oil, Wind & Tidal Underwater Defense Technology Hydrographic Survey: Single & Multibeam Sonar Workclass ROV Navy Research Institutions Underwater Lights

  • MT Apr-19#45  subsea cable players serving oil  clients looking on and)
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    dent Birkeland says. It’s a bold other infrastructure, as well as access to potential future wind statement in Norway, where subsea cable players serving oil clients looking on and a chance to see breakthrough innova- and gas are well-known and well-capitalized. tions ? nd immediate use. Sustainable Energy

  • MT Apr-19#44  subsea operations in offshore oil and gas.    pacity for)
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    oating marine wind installations — as ef? cient as surface have tested a prototype and are now building a pilot with ca- and subsea operations in offshore oil and gas. pacity for 500 (metric tons),” Unitech Subsea Systems CEO, The Norwegian start-up program features The Sustainable Gunnar Birkeland, tells

  • MT Apr-19#41  and experi-
ence of offshore oil and gas (risers, umbilical)
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    slurry. Another pipe adjoining the lift pipe returns seawater back to the ocean. So, deepsea mining combines the tech and experi- ence of offshore oil and gas (risers, umbilical, surveys and “drones”) with the experience of dredging; nearshore dia- mond and gold mining and the land-based mining industry

  • MT Apr-19#38  pipeline inspection work for oil company 
awareness systems”)
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    just acquired a HUGIN AUV from Kongsberg Mar- In all, INESC TEC developed the “perception, navigation and itime after doing pipeline inspection work for oil company awareness systems” for the mining vehicle and EVA robot (to- Equinor. In a press release, the Singapore-based out? t said gether the same

  • MT Apr-19#32  services. When 
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    . speed and payload. The company’s vision is for its HAUVs to operate in? eld Modus’ background is in subsea trenching services. When at offshore oil and gas and renewables sites, including wind the company was looking to invest in new technology, it felt farms, independent of service vessels. This

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    are pressing to enable vehicle delivery to site ef? ciently and safely. ahead, laser focused on innovating new business models and The customer base in oil and gas has sent clear signals to technology to truly ful? ll customer needs. Image: Houston Mechatronics Image: Houston Mechatronics April 2019 28

  • MT Apr-19#26  on topside fa-
outside of oil and gas. Businesses like)
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    robotics enable. disruptive business models in the commercial service sector In virtual residency, vehicles will be stowed on topside fa- outside of oil and gas. Businesses like Uber, AirBnB, Alibaba cilities scattered around ocean hotspots or stowed subsea in and Amazon have all transformed our personal

  • MT Apr-19#25  hard to change.  When the oil and  spond with innovation)
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    , in turn, has This demand from the customer base resulted in business models which are has forced service companies to re- very hard to change. When the oil and spond with innovation. The response: gas downturn began, very few com- Resident sea? oor technology (Resi- panies revisited the balance of their

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    ser- Wwe have in the industry? vice companies to lower their reliance on the ubiquitous (and For the past few years the effects of the ‘downturn’ in oil very useful) vessel ? eet, because vessels are expensive. and gas have dominated the industry’s technology roadmap. Most subsea businesses are hamstrung

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    Press will release Harvell’s new book, “Ocean Outbreak: Confronting the Rising Tide of Marine Disease,” on the oceanic epidemics that are im- Oil & Gas Defence pacting our food chain and proposing solutions to slow a looming global en- vironmental disaster. +33 (0)297 898 580 http://rtsys.eu/en www

  • MT Apr-19#4  year recovery of the offshore oil and gas industry. Make)
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    , this industry is on solid footing and on the rise again following the trauthwein@marinelink.com collapse and protracted 4+ year recovery of the offshore oil and gas industry. Make no mistake, the offshore business, a critical piece in the pace, direction and development of Contributing Writers Justin Manley

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    AUVSI XPONENTIAL April 9-11, Southampton, UK Mar 29- Apr 2 Chicago, IL Ad Close: Mar 21 Ad Close: Apr 21 Ad Close: May 21 APRILMAYJUNE Ocean Energy: Oil, Wind & Tidal Underwater Defense Technology Hydrographic Survey: Single & Multibeam Sonar Workclass ROV Navy Research Institutions Underwater Lights

  • MT May-19#36  the expansion of berths, fuel oil tanks and stor- Development)
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    an intermediate section was identi? ed, in The agreement between Brazil and France for the Subsea order to allow the expansion of berths, fuel oil tanks and stor- Development Program (PROSUB) has three basic premises: age spaces, thus increasing the original capacity of our sub- technology transfer

  • MT May-19#31  Renewable 
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    was working with a prototype links as a requirement to make this vi- green light wavelength in order to keep Marine MammalsOffshore Renewable Energies Oil & Gas Defence During the Nekton mission, two manned submersibles were ? tted with BlueComms to transmit live video to the surface, then on to worldwide

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  • MR May-19#88  new two-stroke 
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    P PRODUCTS Shell Launches Alexia 40 Shell Marine is introducing Shell Alexia 40 – with a Base Number of 40 – a new two-stroke engine cylinder oil speci? cally for use with en- gines running on 0.5% sulfur content Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO). Shell Alexia 40 has undergone thousands of hours of

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    bunker price was $465 for capex investment for scrubbers or ex- ide (NOx) emissions for compliance in Control Area requirements.) intermediate fuel oil (IFO380 = 3.5% haust gas solutions NOx Emission Control Areas such as the 4. Using a combination of all sulphur) and $745 for marine gasoil 3. Use

  • MR May-19#74   higher cost low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO)  nologies which)
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    mercial vessel operators can purchase electric systems that adopt hybrid tech- Maritime Organization (IMO) issued higher cost low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) nologies which integrate energy storage. Regulations, fuel costs & availability “IMO 2020 Rule” to cut fuel sulphur or marine gasoil (MGO)—or