Arthur Levy Enterprises, Inc.
has announced that Arthur I.
Levy Sr. was recently appointed chairman and chief executive officer.
Mr. Levy has been active in providing marine transportation services to the offshore oil industry since 1946.
John J. Alcina has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of the company.
He entered the industry 25 years ago working offshore, and was promoted to various supervisory positions. Formerly vice president of domestic operations with Arthur Levy Boat Services, Inc., Mr. Alcina joined Arthur Levy Enterprises in 1977 Timothy J. McKeand was elected vice president and treasurer.
He worked with the CPA firms of Ernst & Ernst and J.K. Lasser prior to joining Arthur Levy Enterprises in 1976.
Arthur Levy Enterprises, Inc.
and its affiliate, Offshore Island Boats, Inc., provide marine transportation services with a fleet of 16 towing/supply vessels to the offshore oil industry.
The Arthur Foss. the fourth tractor tug for Foss Launch & Tug Co., was christened recently in ceremonies at Foss Terminal in Seattle, Wash. Performing the christening were co-sponsors Patricia Foss and Christine Foss, the daughters of Arthur Foss, a member of the Foss company founding family and
Bethlehem Steel Corporation's new Sabine Yard on Pleasure Island, Port Arthur, Texas, will be operational in spring 1985 following the installation of one of the largest floating drydocks in the country. The announcement by David H. Klinges, vice president of Bethlehem's marine construction group
Arthur L. Hudson has been elected president of Arthur-Smith Corporation, Houston-based petrochemical carrier. He has been with the corporation since 1978 as marketing manager, and more recently as vice president, marketing sales. W. Matthew Heaton has been promoted to senior vice president of
higher cost of shipment by truck or consolidation from smaller capacity marine equipment. The fleet also services Newpark's processing facility at Port Arthur, Texas. Tom Ballantine, president of Newpark Environmental Services, Inc., the leading processor of nonhazardous oil field waste, stated the additions
—Free Literature Available Texaco Marine Services Inc. (TMSI), Port Arthur, Texas, has signed operating agreements with Archon Shipping Inc., and Acturus Shipping Inc., to manage the tanker Brooklyn and the tanker Williamsburg, according to William R. Cumming, president of TMSI. TMSI, a wholly
Bethlehem Steel Corporation dedicated its new Sabine Yard recently in Port Arthur, Texas. The keynote speaker, Walter F. Williams, Bethlehem's president and chief operating officer, said that despite current depressed conditions in the industry, the new yard is in a good position to be profitable and
Hook has been named assistant manager- U.S. Fleet. In their new assignments, Messrs. Willoch, Pappas and Van Hook will continue to be located at Port Arthur, Texas, headquarters for Texaco's U.S. Fleet. Mr. Willoch was graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in 1951 with a Bachelor of Science
, a 180-foot offshore rig towing, anchor-handling and supply ship, has been delivered by its builder, Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., to Arthur Levy Enterprises of New Orleans, vessel operators in the offshore oil and gas industry. The Dauphin Island is the first of four supply vessels
P r o g r e s s i v e Shipbuilders and Fabricators, Inc. of Houma, La. recently delivered the aluminum crew/supply boat Port Arthur to Port Arthur, Inc., also of Houma. The 110-foot boat has a beam of 24 feet and depth of 10 feet 6 inches. She is able to carry 63 passengers and a crew of five
announced. They are: Levingston Shipbuilding Company, h e a d q u a r t e r e d in Orange; Texas Gulfport Shipbuilding Company, headquartered in Port Arthur; and Levingston Marine Corporation, headquartered in Annapolis, Md. Joe Barrios was named president of Levingston Shipbuilding, Don Covington
Officials of Levingston Shipbuilding Company, Orange, Texas, have announced that its Port Arthur Division, Gulfport Shipbuilding, will construct a Levingstondesigned offshore drilling rig. The Class 111-C jackup drilling vessel will be built for Compania Perforadora of Mexico. Triangular in shape
– needed sooner, not later… AOT is working to develop a new port, speci? cally con? gured to serve Atlantic Ocean wind projects, on 30 acres along the Arthur Kill tidal strait between Staten Island and New Jersey. Boone Davis, President & CEO, Atlantic Offshore Terminals By Tom Ewing n September 26, the
$ 77,510$ 75,245 7 Corpus Christi 66,840,66663,060,655 8 SC Ports $ 72,690$ 69,754 8 Long Beach 53,709,45153,571,196 9 Baltimore $ 59,723$ 53,962 9 Port Arthur 52,920,43250,534,141 10 New Orleans $ 53,371$ 50,171 10 Lake Charles 44,050,52037,874,562 11 Oakland $ 49,203$ 47,790 11 Baltimore 42,993,12238
Long Beach 53,709,45153,571,196 ers could go to either port at any time. 9 Baltimore $ 59,723$ 53,962 The same is true for any of the contain- 9 Port Arthur 52,920,43250,534,141 10 New Orleans $ 53,371$ 50,171 ers carried on any of the other alliances. 10 Lake Charles 44,050,52037,874,562 11 Oakland
study’s authors include: Sam Purkis, Alexandra Dempsey, Mohamed Faisal, and Philip Renaud of the Khaled bin Sul- tan Living Oceans Foundation; Sam Purkis Arthur Gleason of the UM Rosenstiel School; Charlotte Purkis of Sea from Space Inc; Steven Saul of Arizona State University and Jer- All images photo credit:
. AAPA’s Distin- ? cer for Foss Maritime Company, ashore with ConocoPhillips in 2003, guished Service Award is periodically LLC, was elected Chairman. Arthur eventually becoming the ? eet opera- presented to one or more individuals F. Mead, Vice President and General tions manager for their international
,166$ 99,897 7 Corpus Christi 66,840,66663,060,655 6 Virginia Ports $ 79,336$ 77,757 8 Long Beach 53,709,45153,571,196 7 SeaTac $ 77,510$ 75,245 9 Port Arthur 52,920,43250,534,141 8 SC Ports $ 72,690$ 69,754 9 Baltimore $ 59,723$ 53,962 10 Lake Charles 44,050,52037,874,562 10 New Orleans $ 53,371$ 50,171
Alfred “Hutch” Hunt. maximum performance and ef? ciency. ampton, Poole, Bristol and Plymouth. part of the multi-year contract awarded Legendary builder Arthur McLaren of The job, complete at Arrow Shipyards From the sites, the SMS Group will also this fall. BIW also is building the third 34 Maritime
for GE. Aside from environmental, Cashman does all are ? nishing design plans on a new 5,000 cubic yard hopper types of dredging including navigation (Arthur Kill Channel dredge. We intend to begin construction on the ? rst of two for access to Port of NYNJ), beach renourishment (Florida) 5000 cubic
submarine Holland. Courtesy of the U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland, 1966. 1952: SS United States – “BigU” – on sea trials June 1952. (Source: Arthur Taddei, member #1741510 since 1959) March 2018: The world’s largest cruise ship, 228,081 GRT, 6,680 pax., Symphony of the Seas. (Photo: Royal Caribbean) Ju
and managerial po- gan his career in 1994 as an external gineering teams, provide technical sup- sitions. This culminated in his appoint- auditor at Arthur Andersen, then Ernst port and expertise to customers and de- ment as Managing Director of MCS UK & Young (EY). In 2004, he joined Tech- velop systems
next is Aside from environmental, Cashman does all types of dredg- even bigger as we turn our attention to hopper dredge design ing including navigation (Arthur Kill Channel for access to and construction. Port of NYNJ), beach renourishment (Florida) and pond & industrial work (Maryland). The USACE performs
the entire 40-acre chanical and hydraulic dredging. “We also constructed the area is being upgraded to a full service container yard, which Port of Port Arthur’s last major wharf expansion – a 2,800 lin- requires a new 18 inch-thick RCC paving section, trench drain ear foot concrete dock on concrete cylinder
safe on board any workboat has never been easier. vessels. At the same time, Harken Industrial’s TR31 Tight That’s because when the Sabine Pilots in Port Arthur, Radius rail and trolley system prevents the binding that B Texas took delivery of their all new all-aluminum pi- bothers deck crew most about safety
by the U.S.-based Center for Infrastructure the transport of dangerous goods, EGNOS adds value to GPS Protection and Homeland Security). Joe McKinney and Arthur thanks to its accurate and guaranteed positioning that results Radford af? rm that the availability of precise information in in higher con? dence
the art rudder system operational comfort. The progressively to the world of ATB tugs. ental Jubilee into class when it was for their new vessel” said Arthur Dewey christened in Ulsan, Korea recently. Vice President of SMI. “We are con? - The 84,000 cu. m. LPG carrier was built by Hyundai Heavy Industries
, ride centuries, but was not reached by man tube containing a Russian ? ag on the the North Pole together on September 6, (Photo courtesy of Paul Arthur Berkman) 12 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • OCTOBER 2015 MR #10 (10-17).indd 12 10/2/2015 9:57:18 A
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. 2013, included about $600 million for main- tenance dredging projects in 2013/14 and more than $1 billion for beach re- plenishment. Deepening the Arthur Kill is part of a project, dating back to 1986, between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and USACE, to accom- modate big container
C. Pritchard, secretary/treasurer. The special committees and their chairmen for the Spring Meeting are: 1977 Spring Meet- ing Steering Committee—Arthur J. Haskell, Technical Program— Nathan Sonenshein, Social Affairs —Richard M. Engelbert, Regis- tration—W. Graham Fraser, Fund Raising—Morris
that, we can begin to model what it might look like, which then translates into the infrastructure needed to support that increased traffi c.” Paul Arthur Berkman, Ph.D., Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, Marine Science Institute
32 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • SEPTEMBER 2014 peared, and more than 50% of the area of the Arctic Ocean is now open wa- ter,” said Paul Arthur Berkman, Ph.D., Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, Bren School of En- vironmental Science and Management, Marine Science
Maritime Union of America; Adm. William F. Rea III, USCG, Commander Atlantic Area, Third USCG District, and Adm. John M. Will, USN (ret.), president of Arthur Tickle Engineering Works. (Back Row): Dr. William J. Ronan, chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and chairman of World Trade