Francois G Besnier

  • Harold Malterre has been named vice president and general manager of Pacific Towboat & Salvage Co. of Long Beach, Calif., it was announced by Dave Ballash, president of Dillingham Maritime- Western Division.

    At the same time Mr. Ballash announced the appointment of John Turner, long-time PacTow executive, as chairman of the board. Two key marketing and operations officers also were named.

    "All these appointments bring long service and experience to assist PacTow in the servicing and expansion of its markets," Mr.

    Ballash said. In addition to his Dillingham post, Mr. Ballash is president of Foss Tug & Barge, a Dillingham company with headquarters in Seattle, Wash.

    Mr. Malterre has had a wide range of traffic experience with Dillingham, beginning in 1964 when he joined the company as a management trainee. Since 1972, he has served as PacTow operations and marketing manager. He was graduated from Chaminade College in Honolulu, and holds a master's degree in business administration f r o m Pepperdine University.

    Named PacTow operations manager was Jul Nickerson, who has been manager of Puget Sound sales for Foss Launch & Tug at Seattle. Mr. Nickerson, a University of Minnesota graduate in naval science, has served as an officer aboard the icebreaker Burton Island as well as on tugboats, oceanography r e s e a r c h vessels and the hydrofoil Victoria before joining Foss.

    Larry Francois, appointed marketing manager, for offshore services for PacTow, has held key posts in this country and abroad for Tidewater Marine Services Inc., including assignments at Santa Barbara, Calif., Cairo, London, and New Orleans, La. He is a graduate of St. Louis University with a degree in business administration.

  • may occur. Paper No. 12—"Hydroelasticity and Vibrations of Internal Steelwork of Tanks" by Guy C. Volcy, Michele M. Baudin, Michel D. Bereau and Francois G. Besnier. SYNOPSIS — Theoretical studies aimed at solving the problem of vibrations revealed the lack of a rational method for taking into account

  • all ballast tanks and sensitive areas of cargo tanks, is meant to make a more robust ship, capable of providing a lifetime of safe navigation. Jean Francois Segretain, head of BV's development department, says, "Our new BV Rules 2000 are unique in giving tankers increased deck scantlings to take account

  • a review of the draft will be complete by October 2004. The new rules are scheduled to enter into force with all I ACS members on July 1, 2005. Jean-Francois Segretain, regional Marine manager at Bureau Veritas, is a member of the Steering Committee of JBP, and said "We have had excellent feedback from

  • twenty-mile long crescent-shaped reef, with 13 coral and sand islands and the 120-foot high volcanic rock Perouse Pinnacle, named for French explorer Jean-Francois de la Perouse, who charted the atoll in 1786 and nearly grounded his two frigates.  Tern Island is the largest, covering 105,276 square meters

  • is necessary to take regular readings on the barometer measuring the forward supply of berths versus demand outlook. "The Yard Perspective," by Jean-Francois Cristau, Barry Rogliano Salles Shipyards in Europe have benefited from the strong demand for cruise ships. Will the traditional cruise shipbuilders

  • built by Vard Tulcae in Romania. Le Laperouse will be the first of Ponant’s four Explorer-class expedition ships. It is named for French explorer Jean-Francois de La Perouse.   The ships are part of Ponant’s investment in small expedition vessels that can sail the Polar Regions as well as the rest of the

  • France. The accommodation of the Jones Act into the agreement has provoked a strong French response, reportedly directed by French President Francois Mitterand, and which theoretically may have the power to kill the European Union's ratification by the use of its veto. Basically, German shipbuilding

  • MR Dec-18#10  levels.  
explorer Jean-Francois de la Perouse,  bird)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    , named for French and Wildlife Service (FWS) to monitor strength and greater storm surge. Rain- has reached unprecedented levels. explorer Jean-Francois de la Perouse, bird and marine life in the Shoals. fall rates are also expected to increase For years, Hawaii, located in the cen- who charted

  • MR Mar-15-80#49  
SIMAR 
37, Rue Jean-
Francois Leca 
France 13002 
SPAIN)
    March 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    HOLLAND-BELGIUM-GERMANY FRANCE Technisch Bureau Stephen Adam B.V. Midden Duin En Daalseweg 24 Bloemendaal, Holland SIMAR 37, Rue Jean- Francois Leca France 13002 SPAIN Suedomar Avda Del Puerto 1 Cadiz Spain March 15, 1980 55

  • MR Nov-80#18 , Michel D. 
Bereau and Francois G. Besnier. 
SYNOPSIS)
    November 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    occur. Paper No. 12—"Hydroelasticity and Vibrations of Internal Steel- work of Tanks" by Guy C. Volcy, Michele M. Baudin, Michel D. Bereau and Francois G. Besnier. SYNOPSIS — Theoretical studies aimed at solving the problem of vibrations revealed the lack of a rational method for taking into

  • MR Nov-15-81#38  heavy fuel almost tra-
Jean Francois Chapuy 
S.E.M.T. Pielstick)
    November 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    , medium-speed engines could burn heavy fuel. Thus, the use of lubricating oils with a high total base number has made heavy fuel almost tra- Jean Francois Chapuy S.E.M.T. Pielstick ditional for Pielstick PC type en- gines since 1960. However, high-speed engines running at 1,000 to 1,500 rpm

  • MR Dec-87#3rd Cover  
The yard perspective 
Jean-Francois Cristau, 
Barry Rogliano)
    December 1987 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    the Cruise Shipping Exhibition Supply and demand Dan White, Transportation Analyst, County Securities Ltd, London The yard perspective Jean-Francois Cristau, Barry Rogliano Salles, Paris Panelist: Knut Kloster Sr., President, Kloster Group Moderator: Christopher Hayman, Publisher

  • MR Sep-94#28  by 
French President Francois 
Mitterand, and which)
    September 1994 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    France. The accommodation of the Jones Act into the agreement has provoked a strong French re- sponse, reportedly directed by French President Francois Mitterand, and which theoretically may have the power to kill the Eu- ropean Union's ratification by the use of its veto. Basically, German

  • MR May-01#15  in the residence of 
Francois Bujon de L)
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    Honor, holding the title Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. He was pre- sented with the award in January at a private ceremony in the residence of Francois Bujon de L'Estang, French ambassador to the U.S. in Washing- ton, D.C. The Legion of Honor, which is considered France's highest honor, was

  • MR Mar-02#31  of safe navigation. 
Jean Francois Segretain, head of BV)
    March 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    all ballast tanks and sensitive areas of cargo tanks, is meant to make a more robust ship, capable of providing a lifetime of safe navigation. Jean Francois Segretain, head of BV's devel- opment department, says, "Our new BV Rules 2000 are unique in giving tankers increased deck scantlings to take

  • MR Jul-04#4th Cover  on 
July 1, 2005. 
Jean-Francois Segretain, regional 
Marine)
    July 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    of the draft will be complete by October 2004. The new rules are scheduled to enter into force with all I ACS members on July 1, 2005. Jean-Francois Segretain, regional Marine manager at Bureau Veritas, is a member of the Steering Committee of JBP, and said "We have had excellent feedback

  • MR Aug-15-69#19 World)
    August 15, 1969 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    World's first seagoing shopping centers. The U.S. Navy tackled a problem: how to transfer at sea the high volume of cargo needed for effec-tive fleet operation. Through com-petitive bidding, Western Gear obtained contracts to turn a concept into working hardware. The resulting repienishment-at-sea system is

  • MR Jun-15-69#11 World)
    June 15, 1969 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    World's first seagoing shopping centers. The U.S. Navy tackled a problem: how to transfer at sea the high volume of cargo needed for effec-tive fleet operation. Through com-petitive bidding, Western Gear obtained contracts to turn a concept into working hardware. The resulting replenishment-at-sea system is

  • MR May-15-69#11 Pictured below are just six examples of our Heavy Machinery)
    May 15, 1969 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    Pictured below are just six examples of our Heavy Machinery Division's complete engineering-manu-facturing-testing capabilities. ? Have you any problems that require complete mechanical sys-tems and large precision machinery? We have the team and the tools to solve them -and we'll schedule the time it takes

  • MR Dec-2-06#38  Seppälä / the Americas,
Mr Francois Lally / the Mediterranean
and)
    December 2, 2006 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    & Services. He reports to Marttinen. The area sales responsibles, also reporting to Mr Marttinen, are Messrs Jarmo Seppälä / the Americas, Mr Francois Lally / the Mediterranean and Mr Dan Westerlund / North Europe and Asia. All five mentioned above are members of the LCS management team. The

  • MR Mar-12#27  running on LNG,? said Jean-Francois Segretain, deputy technical)
    March 2012 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    is a real milestone as for the first time we have a fully worked and approved design for a main line ultra-large containership running on LNG,? said Jean-Francois Segretain, deputy technical director, BV. ?After an in depth HAZID analysis we can say with confidence that there are no technical or safety barriers

  • MT Jul-07#39  President, Sales & Marketing: Francois Leroy
Vice President)
    July 2007 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    508-563-1000; Fax: +1 508-563-6444 E-mail: benthos@teledyne.com www.teledynebenthos.com President: Ron Marsiglio Vice President, Sales & Marketing: Francois Leroy Vice President, Finance: Frank Dunne Director of Engineering: Bob Melvin Teledyne Benthos, Inc. is located in North Falmouth, MA and was

  • MT Jun-06#55  Marsiglio
Vice President: Francois Leroy
Marketing Director:)
    June 2006 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    Drive, North Falmouth, MA 02556 Tel: 508-563-1000; Fax: 508-563-6444 E-mail: pzentz@benthos.com CEO and President: Ron Marsiglio Vice President: Francois Leroy Marketing Director: Peter Zentz Number of Employees: 150 Annual Sales: $25 million (See Profile on page 16) Teledyne RD Instruments E-mail:

  • MT Jun-06#16  Marsiglio • Vice President: Francois Leroy   Marketing Director:)
    June 2006 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 16

    Drive, North Falmouth, MA 02556 Tel: 508-563-1000; Fax: 508-563-6444 E-mail: pzentz@benthos.com CEO and President: Ron Marsiglio • Vice President: Francois Leroy Marketing Director: Peter Zentz Sales Manager: Francois Leory Number of Employees: 150 Annual Sales: $25 million Teledyne Benthos is

  • MT Jun-06#12 . The
ship is skippered by Francois Haulet, and
there are)
    June 2006 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    all gauges in the engine room can be visually inspected. The video system enables 360 visiblity from the bridge. The ship is skippered by Francois Haulet, and there are several talented surveyors ready and willing to conduct surveys of all sorts. The ship can accommodate just about any type

  • MT Jun-06#5 ...........................36
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    June 2006 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 5

    ..............................................................51 France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communication ........................................36 Francois Haulet .......................................................................................12 Fugro Global Environmental & Ocean Sciences ...

  • MR Jun-06#16  Operations.
Trico Appoints Francois
Trico Marine Services)
    June 2006 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    Maritime Reporter & Engineering News eral technical capacities, including four years as Vice President Marine and Technical Operations. Trico Appoints Francois Trico Marine Services appointed Larry D. Francois as Senior Vice President of Operations. Francois served as President of Seabulk Offshore, a subsidiary

  • MN Jun-06#14 Trico Appoints
Francois
Trico Marine Services appointed)
    June 2006 - Marine News page: 14

    Trico Appoints Francois Trico Marine Services appointed Larry D. Francois as Senior Vice President of Operations. Francois served as President of Seabulk Offshore, a subsidiary of Seab- ulk International, Inc., for approximately three years where he was responsible for its worldwide offshore operation

  • MR Mar-99#47  from 
CIMAC. 
Jean-Francois Chapuis ofS.E.M.T. Peilstick)
    March 1999 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    levels, keeping in mind the economical aspects of lubri- cation on a life cycle cost basis. This study will soon be available from CIMAC. Jean-Francois Chapuis ofS.E.M.T. Peilstick is the chairman of CIMAC's Working Group on Lubricants. Moran Management Changes General manager of Moran Towing

  • MR Jan-88#8  Yard Perspective," by Jean-Francois 
Cristau, Barry Rogliano)
    January 1988 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    necessary to take regular readings on the barometer measuring the forward supply of berths versus demand outlook. "The Yard Perspective," by Jean-Francois Cristau, Barry Rogliano Salles Shipyards in Europe have benefited from the strong demand for cruise ships. Will the traditional cruise shipbuilders

  • MR Apr-09#58 Fig. 7a - Baseline-175 Exiting a 12ft Wave.tif

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    April 2009 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    Fig. 7a - Baseline-175 Exiting a 12ft Wave.tif Fig. 7b - TH-184 Exiting a 12ft Wave.tif Fuel savings will provide important benefits to oil companies that pay for the fuel. It will also benefit TH operators, placing them in a preferred position to secure service contracts with oil companies at lower