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  • Timothy V. O'Sullivan has been named president of the Fairbanks Morse Engine Division of Colt Industries, Beloit, Wise. He joined the Division in 1983 as vice president and general manager of parts and service, and later assumed the additional duties of vice president of marketing and sales.

    Prior to joining Colt, Mr. O'Sullivan was with General Electric Company from 1964 to 1983, where he served in a variety of managerial and marketing positions related to engineered cast products, turbine generator service, and spare parts and replacement sales for GE turbines.

    Prior to joining GE, he was for two years an engineering officer aboard American Export Line ships.

    He is a 1962 graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

    The Fairbanks Morse Engine Division is a leading producer of diesel and dual-fuel engines for commercial and military ship propulsion and electric power generation. Colt Industries is a diversified industrial products company with annual sales of close to $2 billion.

  • The recent meeting of the Puget Sound Section of ASNE heard Capt. Timothy R. O'Keefe, USN, commanding officer, USS William H. Standley (CG-32), deliver an address entitled "The Soviet Navy: A Near-Term Capability." An intelligence subspecialist with considerable related operational experience both ash

  • promoted to assistant vice president of marketing. A d d i t i o n a l l y , Mike Angelone has been named vice president of data processing, and K. Timothy LePage has been named vice president of purchasing

  • . 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

  • Levingston. The program is part of the National Shipbuilding Research Program managed by MarAd's Office of Advanced Ship Development. The two authors—Timothy Colton of Levingston and Yukinori Mikami of IMT — explained the origins and background of the program, how it is organized, and how the results

  • . This session on "How the Navy Buys Its Ships" will also be addressed by Stuart Adamson, vice president- technical marketing, Todd Pacific Shipyards; Timothy J. Colton. vice president-marketing, Pennsylvania Shipbuilding; and James M. Temenak, marketing manager-new construction, National Steel and

  • in Bellingham, Wash., with an Eastern plant at Swansboro, N.C., while Steve Harris has been promoted to national sales manager, and Timothy J. Chalfant appointed chief engineer, according to James J. Doud, chairman of the board and president. Mr. Hill will have overall responsibility for

  • of Naval Architects heard a paper titled "A New Approach To Computer-Based Preliminary Ship Design." The authors were Dr. Farrokh Mistree and Timothy D. Lyon, both of the University of Houston. The following paragraph is a brief abstract of their discussion. This paper presented a new computer-base

  • requirements for these vessels led to the new design concept. "These are the first ships to be designed specifically for trans-Pacific service," said Timothy J. Rhein, APL president. "By removing the limitation on the ships' beam, we were able to significantly increase their capacity, while optimizing their

  • after the combination freight and passenger vessels that operated on the Great Lakes in the late 1800s and early 1900s. She was designed by Timothy Graul Marine Design of Sturgeon Bay. With an overall length of 65 feet, breadth of 24 feet and draft of 4 feet 8 inches, the Jean Nicolet is powered b

  • a single focal point for the industry's dealings with Congress and the Administration on all key matters affecting U.S. merchant marine policy," said Timothy J. Rhein, USA's chairman. "The members are committed to revitalizing an industry that is crucial to both commercial interests and national security

  • Company of Sandusky, Ohio. Constructed of American Steel, the doubleended ferry will be 101 feet long, with a 34 V2- foot beam. Marine architect Timothy Graul of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., designed the ferry which will be partially decked over, creating spacious cabin space. Two Caterpillar 3508 TI engines wil

  • MT Nov-19#43 ?  cations for terrain resolution. 
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    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    ? cations for terrain resolution. Collaborating on Bathymetry Data Collection The Kootenai project had only a seven-day acquisition window in late September, and required close collaboration among a variety of stakeholders, including USGS scientists, University of Wyoming (UW) ? uvial geomorphologists

  • MT Nov-19#29 During a drone demonstration event in Tau, near Stavanger)
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    During a drone demonstration event in Tau, near Stavanger, Norway, Bird View demonstrated its ideas. about a year, says Malik, mostly fo- drone so ? sherman know faster where have the bandwidth to receive new mis- cused towards the ? shing sector. This ? sh are. sions, without direct control. has

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    E EMISSION REDUCTION SCRUBBERS Scrubbers: A 360-degree solution for shipowners and the environment By Scott Poulter, founder and CEO, Paci? c Green Technologies s part of the IMO’s com- vessel to LNG would be prohibitively ies being built are super-modern and will The second compelling reason to in- mitme

  • MR Nov-19#40 WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY
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    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    WORKBOATS SOUTHERN TOWING COMPANY Photos: ZF/Martin Meissner Career development. Opportunity and investing in the Statistics.” In short it says is you can make statistics say boats at the 11:30 watch change so that we can have as people. And we have gone way out of our way to put whatever you want.

  • MR Nov-19#30 WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET
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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET CAROLYN CHOUEST: Edison Chouest vessel working Paci? c waters. he fate of Offshore Service oil, slightly higher (with temporary (but slight) jit- for an uptick in 2020 and 2021 with Photos: Iain Cameron Vessels (OSVs) is, natural- nearby at around $60/ ters as an Iranian

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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND “The US needs to develop a work- force from scratch,” noting that a mas- sive campaign was undertaken in the UK, something that needs to start now in the United States. Laura Smith, USA Director for Atlas Professionals from renewable energy? NJ wants to de- to the

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    ech file T “There are 440 alarms connected to each engine. For 20 of these, the alarm is a signal for us not to start the engine. These alerts go straight to vessel managers’ mobile phones so that checks can be carried out before the vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, this enables us to act

  • MP Q3-19#29 companies to demonstrate more commitment to training)
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    companies to demonstrate more commitment to training, to • Most importantly, the program needs to be part of invest time in building professional development and map out someone’s lifelong learning journey and be useful a variety of career paths to attract new people and close the to their

  • MP Q3-19#10 OP/ED
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    OP/ED SCRUBBERS: the Best Option for IMO 2020 Compliance 2020 has been described as the most signifcant USD $100-300 per tonne more than HSFO. In Rotterdam, the price environmental regulation ever implemented for spread between LSFO and HSFO is forecast to widen to between IMO the oil industry, as from

  • MT Oct-19#58 Tech Files Research Vessel Tech
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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Tech Files Research Vessel Tech Images: Sonardyne Sonardyne selected for Flagship Brazilian RV Science equipment and underwater vehicles deployed from 21-strong science team to precisely track their instruments Brazil’s ? agship oceanographic research vessel, Alpha Crucis, and sensors to beyond 7 km.

  • MT Oct-19#35 Dr.  Jyotika Virmani & Dr. Marlon Lewis at OceanObs’19.)
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    Dr. Jyotika Virmani & Dr. Marlon Lewis at OceanObs’19. lenges of ocean observing systems and Information Systems and Observing led to concrete actions. Notably Ocean- Technologies and Networks, connect Obs’99 emphasized the need to invest and integrate across the themes. The in an international Argo

  • MT Oct-19#4 Editor’s Note
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    Editor’s Note Observing All All American Marine www.marinetechnologynews.com ast month 1,500 from the global ocean and subsea NEW YORK communities gathered in Honolulu, Hawaii, for 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 just the third OceanObs conference held in 20 Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212) 254-6271 y

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    T TECH FILES New Online Marine Insurance Program 360 Coverage Pros poised to modernize the professional liability insurance buying experience for mariners. 360 Coverage Pros launched a new Marine Li- operators, either directly or through their insurance cense Insurance Program for mariners that offers

  • MR Oct-19#59 T
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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

  • MR Oct-19#49 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION second suggesting that sailing bulkers will go as fast as today’s fastest sailboats, For each column I write, Mari- it should never be forgotten that the fast- time Reporter & Engineering News has agreed to make a small est waterborne circumnavigations have donation to an

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INSIGHTS: MARITIME SECURITY
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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

  • MN Sep-19#47 DYNAMIC POSITIONING
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    DYNAMIC POSITIONING Credit: Beier Inegrated Systems need a stable, well positioned vessel to provide equipment, support, maintenance and supplies to the offshore struc- tures.” All that said; any type of offshore operation that needs precision maneuvering and stable positioning will bene? t from DP.

  • MN Sep-19#39 PROPULSION
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    PROPULSION However, the IMO’s decision last year to set ? rm GHG LNG suppliers are waiting for demand to mature before targets for 2030 (at least a 40% reduction per cargo tonne/ they build the required infrastructure to serve shipping. mile against 2008 levels) and 2050 (50% less GHG out- The industry

  • MN Sep-19#17 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS Also in keeping with the Detyens corporate philosophy of caring for ‘the employee before owner,’ you also share the business rewards with employees, families and the local community. That all sounds good. How does it work in real practice? Give us some real life examples of that policy in play.

  • MN Oct-19#51 VESSELS
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    VESSELS Conrad Starts Production on Second 6000 HP Towboat Marine of New Orleans. The 166-foot long Subchap- ter M compliant vessel is powered by Tier IV compliant engines. Conrad has orders from two customers for the vessels. Conrad worked closely with MiNO Marine, who developed the design based on

  • MN Oct-19#35 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 35

    SHORTSEA SHIPPING service linking Stockton, California cessful short sea runs in Europe, the in our intermodal equation – deserve with the deepsea container docks at waterborne route from Norfolk into the same consideration as every other Oakland saw more than $10 million Baltimore is actually

  • MN Oct-19#32 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
All the Right Moves
        
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 32

    SHORTSEA SHIPPING All the Right Moves (Finally) (Finally) Credit: Port of New Orleans Marine Highways Gain Traction in the Intermodal Supply Chain By Barry Parker n the United States, landside infrastructure is at a crisis smaller niche ports, would drive the cost of (coastwise) point. Congestion

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    ech file T Schottel’s Mechanical Hybrid Propulsion Solution n a close collaboration with Svitzer of Denmark, Schottel ality of SYDRIVE-M is to mechanically connect two thrusters has developed a new hybrid propulsion concept. The new and one of the two main engines for all light operation activities

  • MN Mar-19#50 HYBRID PROPULSION
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    HYBRID PROPULSION cent Harbor Harvest Hybrid project taking place on Long to propel the vessel at 16 knots. The XPAND battery system Island Sound is another example of this generational shift. uses XALT’s pouch format lithium-Ion cells and assisted The recognition by the Marad Administration, Department