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  • Paul A. King has been promoted to division manager of Sonat Offshore Limited, major operating subsidiary of Sonat Offshore Drilling in the North Sea. He joined Sonat Offshore Drilling in 1976 as a trainee in the North Sea, and was then assigned to the Discoverer Seven Seas deep-water drillship project under construction in Japan. Since then he has served in several capacities, including technical supervisor, division engineer, and assistant division manager of the Discoverer Seven Seas during its worldwide drilling operations. Based in Aberdeen, Scotland, Mr. King will have responsibility for the company's drilling operations primarily in the U.K. sector of the North Sea.

    Sonat Offshore Limited, with offices in London, is engaged in international contract drilling of oil and gas wells. Sonat Offshore Drilling, headquartered in Houston, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sonat Inc., and is one of the largest international offshore drilling contractors.

    It is aggressively seeking to strengthen its presence in the North Sea and other European areas.

  • . For the past five years, Mr. Ennis was assigned to the company's offshore construction and pipelaying operations in the North Sea. He was North Sea area manager in Leith, Scotland, since September 1976. In his new assignment, Mr. Ennis will have responsibility for all Santa Fe c o n s t

  • The Harkand Haldane is a DP3 dive support vessel currently being designed and built in Europe to reduce downtime in the North Sea’s winter marginal weather months. Along with its well-equipped and logically planned layout, Harkand’s clients looking for increased efficiency to maximize production during

  • new PSVs from Ulstein Verft AS. Immediately after delivery Far Symphony took over a contract for Norsk Hydro from Far Scandia. Far Scandia left the North Sea in December to start a long-term contract for Esso in Australia. Far Splendour has started a five-year contract for Peterson Supplylink in Holland

  • approximately $18 million. These vessels were constructed in 1974 and 1975 under United Kingdom r e g i s t r y and were designed for service in the North Sea and other extreme weather areas. Burt H. Keenan, president and chairman of the board of directors, stated: "The North Sea is an area where we

  • offshore structures is a sticky problem for oil companies, regulators and policy makers alike, as many structures are starting to cease production in the North Sea, where some fields have been producing oil and gas since the early 1970s.Regulations, which include the OSPAR (Oslo Paris convention) state that

  • estimated at more than $6,000,000 for diving systems, onshore equipment, and the establishment of the operations base in Amsterdam. With the North Sea equipment, Santa Fe will have six deepwater saturation diving systems. T first Cachalot-type system has been operated by a Santa Fe subsidiary in

  • in Morgan City, La., has announced the appointment of Ogden U. Thomas Jr. as vice president, and the appointment of Charles E. LeBlanc as manager of North Sea operations. Mr. Thomas will have administrative responsibility for contracts connected with workboat service and for conducting contract negotiations

  • EUROPEC II, to be held from October 21 to October 24, 1980 at Earls Court, London, England, will be the world's foremost event dealing with North Sea conditions, operations, and engineering challenges. Its impact on the future of North Sea operations — and similar activities in other offshore envir

  • Scotland, of Ardersier in Scotland, for the construction of the platform jacket for its North West Hutton oilfield in the U.K. sector of the North Sea. The contract will be worth approximately 55 million pounds (about $120 million). Completion is scheduled for mid-1981, when the jacket will be

  • DOF Subsea has been awarded several contracts totaling approximately $79.8m, including orders for work in Asia Pacific, North Sea and North America.   “In the Atlantic region we have achieved repeat business with important clients and have established new client relationships,” said DOF Subsea CEO, Mons S.

  • Which Way is Up? The Six Things You need to Know Now Subsea Well Removal is a Leading Cost Driver North Sea decommissioning has long been considered an area of huge potential opportunity for a variety of companies, which to date has not been fully realized. Decommissioning has moved extraordinarily

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    now on www.MaritimeJobs.com itary Sealift Command Civil Service Mariner (CIVMAR) eli- Email: civmar@sealiftcommand.com Jr. Sales Manager – Engines for North American gible to apply under the Veterans Employment Opportuni- Work Phone : 757-341-4610 Workboat Market MAN Engines and Components Inc. ties Act

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    T TECH FILES ZF Retractable Thruster for R/V Roger Revelle The research vessel Roger Revelle is currently go- ing through an extensive mid-life re? t. One of the upgrades to the vessel is the installation of telescop- ing thruster technology from ZF Marine. The R/V Roger Revelle is a globally capable

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    T TECH FILES e5 Lab aims to build Zero-Emission Tanker by 2021 Prompted by a bevy of new interna- form to provide a lineup of services that tenance and management, thereby en- chargeable batteries to provide tional rules aimed at slashing emissions takes advantage of electrically powered suring that

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    .S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo, along with Shane Guidry, CEO of Q- LNG, and Tom Vecchiolla, President and CEO of ST Engineering North America. Over the last four years, Jones Act ship operators have taken steps to transi- tion their ? eets to use cleaner burning fuels, including

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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION ergy for international shipping in mid- potential to shape the fuel mix. They insights for maritime stakeholders. The ers on this journey. But with ? exibility century if IMO GHG ambitions are to be trade large volumes on ? xed routes – of- transition to a lower

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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION Maritime Forecast to 2050: Decarbonization challenge requires industry uptake and ? exibility By Øyvind Endresen & Magnus S. Eide, DNV GL The International Maritime Organi- years from now. This means that today’s fectiveness that promise further ef? cien- alternative

  • MR Oct-19#53 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION designers. As the redesign cycle wound down the Canadian Arctic heated up. Ice class vessels were in demand and unique designs appeared on the drawing boards of many Vancouver companies. Concurrently, Robert Allan Ltd began working for Singapore shipyards and owners designing

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    II, spent his war in the large ship- signed by Robert Allan Ltd and other local Naval Ar- A ogy changed. When the ? rst Robert Allan came out to yards of North Vancouver where steel warships and chitects and built in local shipyards. The more capable Canada at the end of the First War he was a trained steel

  • MR Oct-19#37 MARINE DESIGN  BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB
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    MARINE DESIGN BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB will insist that ‘the team’ is the corner- “Perhaps most importantly, it inspires stone of success, in Faber’s case the our team and inspires the atmosphere for statement is genuine. new hires; they see that you are invest- “We are not managed from the top ing in

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    coincided with sea steel outbound, and lumber from the Paci? c and it was the ? ttingly renamed Cosco Ship- changes in LNG moves; with the ? rst U.S. Northwest, back to ports in the Gulf and At- ping Panama (9,472 teu) that won the draw LNG exports moving out of Sabine Pass in www.marinelink.com 29 MR

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    a Zone. Military considerations in? uenced the design pivotal year, events elsewhere loomed of the original canal. The Panama Canal Author- large. In North America, the trans-Continental Rail- ity’s history of the pre-construction phase notes: road was completed that year, which drastically cut “At the

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    T TANKER TRENDS tations for crude oil tanker demolitions ing and selling low sulfur fuel, oil prod- Any further escalation of the situation as around half of all seaborne crude oil in 2019 from 9m to 4m DWT. uct tankers will be employed to transport in the Persian Gulf would have a severe is transported

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    I INSIGHTS: MARITIME SECURITY on some critical issues since the ? rst within the areas of digitalization, auton- exercises and workshops involving a both undergraduate and graduate stu- event at the University of Southern Cali- omy and data analysis, this symposium diverse group of stakeholders, common

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    I INSIGHTS: MARITIME SECURITY Dr. Joe DiRenzo is the Director of Research Partnerships at the U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center. He is the former project manager for the service’s AI/ML project involving disaster response planning, a retired USCG of? cer, and former cutter Commanding Of? cer.

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    I INSIGHTS: CONTAINERSHIPS Matthew Bonvento is the newest Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine Transportation at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York. Professor Bonvento is a graduate from SUNY Maritime College where he holds both a Bachelor of Science in Marine

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    River, when Standard Calibrations Inc. (SCI), the vessel suffered catastrophic tail- a specialist measurement science shaft failure in shallow waters north company with extensive marine in- of New Orleans, U.S.A. The inci- dustry involvement, will now pro- dent resulted in one of the tailshafts vide

  • MN Sep-19#58 PRODUCTS
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    PRODUCTS SPD-Smartglass Dimmable Windows for Passenger Vessels Passengers marvel at magni? cent seaside views, but can be uncomfort- able with too much sunlight, glare and heat. Vision Systems’ SPD- SmartGlass products are designed Ship Propeller Cleaning Chopper Pumps solve for the cruise

  • MN Sep-19#57 PRODUCTS
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    PRODUCTS Successful USN Tests on Cox Powertrain’s CXO300 Diesel Outboards Cox Powertrain, the British developer and manufacturer of high-powered diesel outboards, is reporting the suc- cessful completion of the ? rst round Trelleborg’s DynaMoor Improves of in-? eld outboard validation tests

  • MN Sep-19#54 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS DeVilbiss Chao Pyne Andersen & Stevenson Bramson than 20 years of experience working in President and CEO of Alaska Tanker Head of Cyber Security. A recognized the transportation and logistics indus- Corp.; and Joseph Pyne, Chairman of leader with a strong track record of try

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    logistics industry.” for aerospace, oil? eld, semiconductor, of Business Administration from the petrochemical, and power. He started University of North Florida. FUELTRAX Appoints Brill as his career at IBM Canada. Rheault has Data Analytics Director JAXPORT Adds Wheldon to Johnalan Brill joins

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    teaching operations. The monohull features 28 to 32 knot cruise speed, hydraulic A-frame, overnight accommodations for ? ve, full-service galley, head, Northern Lights 5kW diesel generator, and a Nanuq is powered by twin Volvo D6 330hp diesel inboards Garmin/NMEA electronics package supplemented with a

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    as Whelen siren/pa systems. The boats have heating line Survey Boats to the City of New York Department of and air conditioning that are powered by 9 Kw Northern Environmental Protection. The boats are tasked with sup- Lights generator sets and Norcold refrigerators. September 2019 MN 50 MN Sept19 Layout

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    per cent of OSV’s were laid up at the start of this year, with similar per- centages out of action in the US Gulf, Middle Chasing East, West Africa and North West Europe. This represents a sizeable portion of the global OSV ? eet sitting idle or in dry dock. Many of these vessels have been out of service