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  • The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) recognizes outstanding members of the naval engineering community through its annual awards program. These awards will be presented at the Society's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., the first week of May, which will mark ASNE's centennial celebration.

    Each year consideration is given to the following awards: Gold Medal Award, given to an individual who has made a most significant engineering contribution either through personal effort or through the direction of others during the past five years; Solberg Award, presented to an individual who has made a most significant contribution to naval engineering through personal research during the past three years; Harold E. Saunders Award, presented to an individual whose reputation in naval engineering spans a long career of notable achievement and influence; and the Claud A. Jones award, presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to improving operational engineering or material readiness to maritime defense forces during the past three years.

  • A recently published, 20-page, full-color brochure presents Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company's jackup and semisubmersible rig designs and construction capabilities. The new brochure also describes the company's engineering expertise, its specialized steelmaking and fabrication facilities, as

  • Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held at the Holiday Inn-French Quarter in Perrysburg, Ohio. The first paper, presented by Mike Bisaillon of Aderco, Inc., Boisbriand, Quebec, was titled "Fuel Oil Additives: A Solution to Quality Problems of Modern Fuels." The thrust

  • Inshore Fisheries Conference, co-sponsored by National Fisherman and Pacific College Sea Grant. The Conference which takes place in the mornings will present 21 sessions covering four major areas of concern to fishermen who work within 200 miles of the coast: direct marketing; underutilized resources

  • Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its student meeting recently in Seattle, Wash. Two papers and a slide show were presented. David L. Gray of the University of Washington presented a paper, "Estimating the Time of Arrival of Assistance for Ocean Vessels in Distress

  • more than 60 members and guests. The technical session was held at the Officers' Club in the Naval Dockyard, Esquimalt. The authors of the two papers presented were introduced by Pacific Northwest Section chairman Gerald Talbot. The first paper offered, "Fuel Conservation Through Total Heat Recovery

  • At the March meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 56 members and guests heard the presentation of a technical paper on water lubricated rubber bearings. The authors of the paper were introduced: Ray L. Orndorff Jr., senior product engineer, B.F.

  • 22, 1978. A capacity crowd attended the technical session which opened at 11 a.m. with John J. Kelly, vice president, Bell Aerospace Textron, presenting "Recent Developments in Air Cushion Vehicle Application." The afternoon session featured Dr. C. Kendall Clarke, consulting metallurgist, who

  • Engineers met recently in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, for their annual spring meeting. A technical session at which two papers were presented was held at the Officers Club, HM Dockyards, Esquamalt. In the evening, the group enjoyed dinner and dancing in the Georgian Room of the Empress

  • California Sections joint meeting of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at the Highlands Inn, Carmel, Calif. The initial paper was presented by Douglas C. MacMillan, Fellow, SNAME, on "Improvements in the Ship Design Process." Mr. MacMillan, formerly chief engineer of George G. Sharp

  • student section to be established in the Southeast Section, the first being at Florida Atlantic University. Robert Mende, SNAME executive secretary, presented a plaque from national headquarters to the 25 member student group from the institute's Department of Oceanography and Ocean Engineering. The student

  • Philadelphia. The meeting was attended by 65 members and guests. Following a social hour and dinner, S.T. Hudson, president, J.E. Brenneman Co., presented a paper entitled "Offshore Drilling." The paper discusses the why and how of offshore drilling for oil and gas. Further, it describes drilling

  • MR Nov-19#76 , at the end of the  ers present risk, and sometimes in)
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    and unknown caregiv- today’s seafarers actually have a 1 in 11 AP Companies is an international com- jective of the seafarer, at the end of the ers present risk, and sometimes in? ated chance of being injured on their tour of pany specializing in providing emer- day, is not the evaluation itself; in

  • MR Nov-19#75  Mobilgard 
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    matter measurement system designed Mobilgard for Plug-In Hybrid for CEMS applications where condensed wa- ExxonMobil is supplying Mobilgard ter is not present in the ? ue gas. Consisting ADL 40 engine oil for Color Hybrid, Color of a stack-mounted probe and separate con- Line’s latest addition to its

  • MR Nov-19#71  pick up the phone and get  At present, Chevron is in the process)
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    development of technology.” ing the 2020 commitment to lower sul- of these regulations from the perspective than happy to pick up the phone and get At present, Chevron is in the process fur fuel oil and the broader greenhouse of a ship owner, but also drive progress in touch with someone at the BMA.”

  • MR Nov-19#64   risks and opportunities presented by  comes with IMO)
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    a result of the new industry through the transition that We have to consider decarboniza- potential for environmental pollution risks and opportunities presented by comes with IMO 2020 and providing tion from three angles – the industry’s has been dramatically reduced due to a these mega trends, we have

  • MR Nov-19#42  to  re?  ned the Z-drive we presently use, and 
ers, but)
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    that point on, we have It is signi? cant. There are still naysay- units robustness. versations with ZF were challenging to re? ned the Z-drive we presently use, and ers, but that’s what makes the world go At the time ZF acquired ownership of them. There was friction, but there was the uptime has

  • MR Nov-19#30  in 2018.” They identify 
At present, oil prices will not)
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    to 36 in countries …” sentiment for a sustained demand driven market in the U.S. witnessed an unprec- the same period in 2018.” They identify At present, oil prices will not support upward turn in the prices for oil and gas. edented shift, with the pendulum swing- Guyana as an important offshore

  • MR Nov-19#27  at clean energy projects. Present-
ly, Equinor has major)
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    of these resources are pegged for innovative projects, such as deepwater offshore wind energy farms, placed on barges. geted at clean energy projects. Present- ly, Equinor has major O&G projects in the Campos and Santos basins, such as the Carcará development, which is the ? rst large pre-salt project

  • MR Nov-19#26  constant offshore winds present off the 
IOCs have looked)
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    hoped that the global sustainability options. Some lighted by the change of the company´s Margareth. Equinor is working system- constant offshore winds present off the IOCs have looked with interest at Bra- name from Statoil to Equinor last year. atically in bettering its energy ef? ciency, coasts of

  • MR Nov-19#24   ter completing an extensive presentation  now, ready to start)
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    . Five years af- uncompetitive advantage. ing requirements and programs are ready will, in Newark or Bayonne, just a few ter completing an extensive presentation now, ready to start. “Maybe we should miles, say, from Staten Island, in order of challenges and recommendations, de- In remarks at the CA

  • MR Nov-19#18 , and interpretation of present 
established in the high-perfo)
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    Foiling math is fun, and it is now well like to use four and she is a 1000 kW I would like her to be a bow loader collisions, and interpretation of present established in the high-performance sail- boat) it could be even more interesting. (for one thing bow loaders do not get rule restrictions for

  • MR Nov-19#14  Boat in 1955  determined if  present in Europe. A good choice)
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    is vastly different than what is has repeatedly held both of these types than to domesticate a foreign judgment. in Wilburn Boat in 1955 determined if present in Europe. A good choice of law of clauses to be generally acceptable in a A corollary issue is the use of permis- the GML is silent, state law

  • MR Nov-19#12  role must be to op-
tually present) would largely be there)
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    physically or vir- There was no ventilation. There were connected ? sh tank, designed to allow great risk. Industry’s role must be to op- tually present) would largely be there to no regular lights. There was no radar. remote control of the water temperature timize the promise while minimizing

  • MR Nov-19#2  Way is Up?
Breakdown of the present and future of the OSV)
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    NUMBER 11 / VOLUME 81 / NOVEMBER 2019 Features Cover Image Credit: Photos: ZF/Martin Meissner 28 Which Way is Up? Breakdown of the present and future of the OSV market. By Barry Parker 34 Data on the River Southern Towing breaks down the case for Z-Drive Towboats. By Greg Trauthwein 44 A Polar Presence Insi

  • MN Nov-19#98  Vice President  al Institute presented its Connie Award 
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    and Intermod- jor pursuits and core business oppor- tunities. Henschel previously served Puritis, was appointed Vice President al Institute presented its Connie Award as SVP of Business Development and of Academics. Chief Engineer Ray to William J. “Bill” Shea, CEO of Di- Innovations Learning

  • MN Nov-19#95  sector’s  Satellite Division presented Dr. San-
aspects of)
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    of Navigation’s (ION) (Sandy) Thomson has been award- mestic waterfront impacted many ed the global transportation sector’s Satellite Division presented Dr. San- aspects of the nation’s maritime tiago Perea Diaz with its Bradford W. most distinguished accolade, the El- industry, and he was passionate

  • MN Nov-19#86 , adding, “We were able to present the  operator at all)
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    from the event was extremely positive,” pan and provides clear lift line status information for the Høyesen continued, adding, “We were able to present the operator at all times. ? nished crane to demonstrate how the shift from steel- MacGregor’s experience in intelligent maritime cargo rope to

  • MN Nov-19#83  of the 
particles or material present in a given amount of)
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    spectra. NOAA also states that total suspended solids (TSS) is a quantitative measure of the total dry weight mass of the particles or material present in a given amount of water. Measuring TSS is important for considering its effects on living organisms, especially when elevated concentration levels

  • MN Nov-19#72  Wind Vessels 
Dominate Present, Future
MarineNews recently)
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    OFFSHORE WIND BLOUNT BOATS:BLOUNT BOATS: Credit: Greg Trauthwein Ferries, Offshore Wind Vessels Dominate Present, Future MarineNews recently visited the Blount Boats facility in Warren, Rhode Island. While the year 2019 might be the ‘year of the woman’ in the eyes of the International Maritime Organizatio

  • MN Nov-19#2  2019 Brown 
Vessels Dominate Present, Future 
Water propulsion)
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    New Advances Produce Myriad Advantages 72 Blount Boats: Ferries, Offshore Wind Big changes are blowing in the wind for 2019 Brown Vessels Dominate Present, Future Water propulsion systems – and beyond. As Blount celebrates its 70th anniversary, the storied By Rick Eyerdam yard’s promising future

  • MP Q3-19#24  (the alternative) remains at present levels, demand 
drilling)
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    INSIGHTS THE ETHANE ERA EMERGES By Aditya Aggarwal he prospect of abundant and cheap ethane from U.S. shale and Naphtha (the alternative) remains at present levels, demand drilling is behind a surge in the number of projects investi- is expected to continue to quickly rise. T gating marine transport options

  • MT Oct-19#35  end-users. These  RBR Global presented its new con-
THE WAY)
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    complexity of ocean observ- CHANGING solicited from all interested groups, in- ing were introduced. cluding scientists and end-users. These RBR Global presented its new con- THE WAY described needs and aspirations for the cept, moto, which is an affordable, eas- coming decade. The aspirations includ- ily

  • MT Oct-19#13  all new fossil fuel 
Warren presents a veritable library)
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    change is caused by human be- ment in designated areas. ings, it is here, and it is accelerating.” • Prohibiting all new fossil fuel Warren presents a veritable library of leases on public lands, including off- energy and climate issues and ideas. shore drilling. Photo: US Senator Elizabeth Warren

  • MT Oct-19#12  Energy & Politics
Joe Biden presents “The Biden Plan for)
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    Offshore Wind Energy & Politics Joe Biden presents “The Biden Plan for A Clean Energy Revolution and Environmental Justice.” Some impor- tant goals include: Double offshore wind generation by 2030; ban new oil and gas permitting on public lands and waters. Photo: Joe Biden (Of? cial White House photo

  • MR Oct-19#59 .
Making this transition presents many 
challenges, especially)
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    or from hydrogen and nitrogen (nitrogen-based fuels such as ammonia), using renewable electricity to power the production. Making this transition presents many challenges, especially in the deep-sea segment, where a decision to back a new fuel requires a massive investment. For example, without