Shore Oil

  • Tacoma Boatbuilding Company, Inc., a leading Northwest builder of commercial and military ships, has announced the new appointments of Kenneth L. Kesler as director of marketing and sales for the Southwest Region, and Charles A. Garman as director of marketing for the Northwest Region.

    Mr. Kesler's activities will focus on Tacoma Boatbuilding's growing involvement with the construction . vessels specifically designed to support tht shore oil industry.

    He will manage Tacom. >oat's newly opened sales office located at 11'; 0 Southwest Freeway, Suite 200, Houston, Texas 77031.

    Mr. Garman will supervise sales of crabbers, trawlers, and processors which support the fishing industry on the West Coast, from California to Alaska. In addition, he will have marketing responsibility for other commercial vessels, including tugs, barges, and cargo ships.

    Mr. Kesler has been involved in the construction of offshore equipment for the past five years with Zapata Corporation. Prior to joining Tacoma Boat, Mr. Garman was a sales representative for seven years with the Marine and Industrial Division of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.

  • , owner of the drydock. The new Bethlehem facility on the Sabine- Neches Ship Channel will be devoted primarily to the repair and inspection of off-shore oil drilling and production facilities. The location of the new yard will give rig operators ready access to and from the Gulf of Mexico. The channel

  • . In the early days, work focused on repairing and building wooden boats. Today, Ernst Hatecke's freefall lifeboats are saving lives on ships and off-shore oil plat- forms, and the wood has been replaced by reinforced plastic or composites, becoming one of the leading manufacturers of lifeboats and

  • 2017.  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

  • Hydrographic charting is becoming more important outside the world of shipboard navigation as both industry and conservation have gone offshore to meet the increasing demands of a growing global population. By 2020, the subsea sector of oil exploration and extraction is expected to account for 20% of total

  • of marine cranes, winches, windlasses and mooring systems, has opened a Gulf Coast sales office to expand its services to the offshore oil industry. The facility is located at Lake View of Cypress Station, 400 FM 1960 West, Houston, Texas 77090, according to an announcement made by

  • Expenses—The $2.603-billion request funds continued operation and maintenance of a wide range of multimission vessels, aircraft, shore units and aids-tonavigation. Within the funding are: —$142.1 million to be funded by the Department of Defense for transfer to Coast Guard; —$31

  • The BoomVane is one of the most useful and interesting tools available to oil spill responders for shoreline and single vessel boom deployment. Maintaining an effective oil containment boom configuration with two vessels is difficult to coordinate. The Elastec BoomVane solves that problem. BoomVane can also

  • . Skimmers are designed to collect both light and heavy oils efficiently. These features provide totally new operational efficiencies especially for near shore and coastal oil spill response. The system fosters efficient utilization of existing work boats and vessels in oil spill response.         www.seahow

  • e m e n t s . NAT.PORT/ M.E.T.E.R.S., which stands for National Port/Marine Emergency Tankship Environmental Response System, provides for a qualified shore agent in each of the petroleum ports that customers request service in. The shore agent is responsible to meet each tanker or barge with the pre-approve

  • development of oil, gas, and mineral resources. The systems will handle a wide range of spill types, from small leaks that collect in pockets along the shore, to larger spills from ruptured transfer hoses in the berthing areas. These systems include: permanent oil boom and skimmer systems installed downwind

  • of shipboard fires or explosions. The cargo system is designed with a holding tank to collect oil f r om tank washings for d i s c h a r g i n g to shore facilities. The bilge oily-water separation systems will effectively separate and retain oil from the bilge waters for discharge to shore, in accordanc

  • MN Dec-19#39  of the domestic off-
offshore demonstration project)
    December 2019 - Marine News page: 39

    SPECIAL REPORT happening. Icebreaker Wind is a six turbine, 20.7-megawatt Association (OMSA), the mouthpiece of the domestic off- offshore demonstration project in Lake Erie. Once approved, shore marine transportation service industry, responded to it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America.

  • MN Dec-19#33  construction, with 
close to shore. Now, they travel 40 miles)
    December 2019 - Marine News page: 33

    is not aware of any vessel challenges. Prior to 2008, the boats stayed relatively towing vessel built since 2017, or under construction, with close to shore. Now, they travel 40 miles to more distant Tier 4 engines less than 1,400 kW (1,877 hp). lobster beds. This requires more cargo space and more At

  • MR Dec-19#37  underwritten by Berkley Offshore Underwriting Managers)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    and receive instant proof of insurance. and unnecessary investments avoided.” resistant electronic components and Exclusively underwritten by Berkley Offshore Underwriting Managers, a W.R. Berkley Images captured by the camera are used batteries allowing operation without Company, backed by an A.M. Best

  • MR Dec-19#36  Maritime/Golden Energy Offshore
Stena Lines Head of AI)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    a complete ? eet wide roll-out on all 37 vessels in Europe during 2020. Working side by side in this project, Photo: Kongsberg Maritime/Golden Energy Offshore Stena Lines Head of AI Lars Carlsson, and Senior Master Jan Sjöström from Stena Scandinavica has been key play- Golden Energy Offshore, Kongsberg

  • MR Dec-19#34 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
RV Atair: A (new) Star is Born
The new)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 RV Atair: A (new) Star is Born The new research vessel received its While it is a medium-sized research tally friendly natural gas or diesel fuel. quirements for the “Blue Angel” eco- name on the occasion of its traditional vessels, it is the largest ship in the BSH In addition

  • MR Dec-19#31 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 A METHANOL FUTURE
Takaroa Sun 
funded)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 A METHANOL FUTURE Takaroa Sun funded through NYK’s ‘green ? nancing’ ippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Group) announced the de- livery of Takaroa Sun, a Nmethanol carrier equipped with two-stroke dual-fuel engine tech- nology that enables the vessel to be pow- ered by methanol. Built in South

  • MR Dec-19#30 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 A METHANOL FUTURE
“Our experience to)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 A METHANOL FUTURE “Our experience to date has led to what I think is best termed ‘simpli? cation’. For example, the piping arrangements. In the ? rst- generation engines, there were a lot more pipes than you see on your standard engine. In the sec- ond-generation engines, this

  • MR Dec-19#25 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
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Potsdam: German Federal)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 ©Pospiech Potsdam: German Federal Police On December 14, 2018, the ? rst of continuing its journey. ment, such as a marine radio, a radio for phase motor is used in this speci? c case, three new police mission ships was The diesel-electric propulsion system BOS, a chart plotter

  • 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#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

  • MR Dec-19#7  amounts of 
data from ship to shore, machinery plant 
data)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    various partners making use of opera- tional big data. Leveraging the ability to rapidly col- lect and disseminate large amounts of data from ship to shore, machinery plant data from many sensors will be shared and monitored with the classi? cation so- ciety and engine manufacturers in real time, advancing

  • MR Dec-19#6  will trickle down  the offshore energy, subsea, ports)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    Annunziata annunziata@marinelink.com +1 212 477 6700 ext 6240 their environmental commitment, you can be sure that the mandate will trickle down the offshore energy, subsea, ports and Terry Breese breese@marinelink.com – trickle down like a tsunami that is – to everyone that does business with the compa-

  • MR Dec-19#2  Maintenance vessel for offshore wind turbines,
24  Stena)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    tugboat applying IGF Code 21 Hybrid cruise ship Roald Amundsen 22 T.Elinor: Oil product & chemical tanker 23 Wind of Change: Maintenance vessel for offshore wind turbines, 24 Stena Estrid: First of ? ve new Stena Line next generation RoPax vessels, Branddirektor Westphal: ? agship of the Hamburg ? re

  • MT Nov-19#60   May 21
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Ofshore Energy:  
Underwater Defense)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    Oceans 2020 Singapore - Apr 6-9 Singapore Sea-Air-Space- Apr 6-8, Baltimore, MD Ad Close: Mar 21 Ad Close: Apr 21 Ad Close: May 21 APRIL MAY JUNE Ofshore Energy: Underwater Defense Technology Hydrographic Survey: Single & Oil & Gas, Wind & Tide Multibeam Sonar Comms, Telemetry & Data Processing Subsea

  • MT Nov-19#52  of Trendsetter Vulcan Offshore (TVO). from it,” he says)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    faster than it was designed for,” says Kevin Chell, vice “You’ll still accumulate fatigue damage. You can’t get away president of Trendsetter Vulcan Offshore (TVO). from it,” he says, but data re? ect up to 1,000 times reduction. In fact, it can be challenging to estimate the remaining fa- The tethering

  • MT Nov-19#47  electricity power from shore, the ?  eld has record-
product)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 47

    at peak. Simply put, that’s a lot of hydrocarbons. But, Other emissions cutting solutions such as electri? cation of leveraging electricity power from shore, the ? eld has record- production assets and unmanned platforms are also high on low CO2 emissions below 1 kilogram per barrel – demonstrat- the

  • MT Nov-19#46 Markets Offshore Energy
The‘ New Normal’
By Eric Haun)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 46

    Markets Offshore Energy The‘ New Normal’ By Eric Haun, Managing Editor, Offshore Engineer he “new normal” is a phrase tossed around often in Energy Agency (IEA) said in an October report that the off- offshore energy circles as those servicing and oper- shore wind capacity may increase 15-fold and attract

  • MT Nov-19#45  InvesO  gaO  on
 •  Oi  shore Wind Turbine & Dam Site)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 45

    BUBBLE GUN MARINE SEISMIC SYSTEM TYPICAL APPLICATIONS • Coastal Engineering • Shallow Gas Hazard Surveys • Geotechnical InvesO gaO on • Oi shore Wind Turbine & Dam Site Surveys • Sand Resource InvesO gaO on HMS-620D More than 3000 Shot Samples Phase & Amplitude Wavelet CorrelaO on > 0

  • MT Nov-19#32  modem was deployed by Rever Offshore at 
many’s Alfred Wegener)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 32

    , batteries for endurance, and small what’s happening subsea. acoustic modems. In addition, they were asked by Ger- A LUMA modem was deployed by Rever Offshore at many’s Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) to expand their a wellhead site as part of an Ashtead Technology Au- work on optical communication and develop

  • MT Nov-19#27 Miniaturization
“Just think what has happened to comput-
ers)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 27

    Miniaturization “Just think what has happened to comput- ers the last 20 years. Very little of this has found its way into subsea technology. The growth of small ROVs and the cost levels is one important driver for miniaturiaation. Small ROVs are not able to physically carry large devices and the

  • MT Nov-19#24  until they can be sent ashore. Much 
 When transitioning)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    all of the key where it was extracted. Meanwhile the elements. remaining ores must be dried and stored Challenges: Technical until they can be sent ashore. Much When transitioning from the prospect- Sea? oor Mining Tools thought has gone into how to design ing phase to the commercial exploitation

  • MT Nov-19#20 , there has been a 
the Offshore Oil and Gas  marine - was)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 20

    Minerals By Andy Lipman & Alan Yu, ABS nyone who has been around true mission – recovering a Soviet sub- In the years since, there has been a the Offshore Oil and Gas marine - was that the rig would be used great deal of research and exploration in or the Marine industries for to mine manganese nodules

  • MT Nov-19#4  O’Malley 
pace for offshore oil and gas in 2020 and)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    , Corporate Staff who covers the market in earnest via OEDigital.com, shares insights on the direction and Manager, Marketing Mark O’Malley pace for offshore oil and gas in 2020 and beyond. momalley@marinelink.com Happy reading and Happy New Year! Accounting Esther Rothenberger rothenberger@marinelink.com Manager