Alberta

  • The Arctic Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has issued a call for technical papers for the fourth International Ice Tech Symposium, which will be held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, from March 20-23, 1990.

    The symposium, which covers ships and marine systems in cold regions, will focus on the following interests: modeling of ship/ice interaction; model and full scale tests in ice; ice loads and pressures; structural design criteria; marine systems operations; design and construction of vessels; marine systems for transportation and resource development; future developments; marine engineering; and offshore structures.

    The deadline for submitting an abstract, which should be approximately 400-500 words, is February 28, 1989. Notice of provisional acceptance will be issued April 15, 1989. After acceptance, a draft manuscript must be submitted by August 1, 1989. Notice of final acceptance will be issued September 1, 1989. The deadline for final manuscript submission is January 1,1990, with submission of audio-visual material set for February 1, 1990.

    Abstracts should be sent to J.

    Wainwright, c/o Arctic Transportation Ltd., Suite 800, Eau Claire 2, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2P 3T3.

  • formal beginning of business of their new joint partnership, DB/McDermott Company, whose first office location has been established in Calgary, Alberta. DB/McDermott Company has been formed to provide the Canadian offshore energy industry with a full range of services, including the engineering

  • coal movement. Mr. Cottrell's industrial career commenced with Cities Service in 1958 on work associated with the Athabasca Tar Sands of Northern Alberta, Canada, and it includes over 15 years with C.F. Braun & Co. in various capacities to vice president, and Science Management Corporation as executive

  • provide design and engineering services for offshore oil and gas operations in Canada. The new o r g a n i z a t i o n , headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, will be incorporated as a jointly owned company, Acres-Santa Fe Inc. It will offer design, consulting, and engineering management services for

  • UniStrong Science & Technology Co. Ltd. and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona with a product development, sales, and marketing facility in Calgary, Alberta. (As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com

  • Service International, manufacturer of derricks, mast, and substructures for drilling rigs. DSI has facilities in Conroe and Tomball, Texas, and Nisku, Alberta. Mr. Marchiando continues responsibility for the company's five machinery centers that fabricate and assemble drilling rigs. Mr. Higbee started

  • . Derrick Services is a maker of masts and substructures for drilling rigs with manufacturing facilities in Tomball, Texas, and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Donald W. Vogelsang was promoted to area manager-Europe, Africa and the Middle East for National drilling equipment sales, succeeding

  • Arctic Transportation Ltd. of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, commissioned its new seismic research vessel Arctic Surveyor on July 10 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Sponsor of the vessel was Mrs. Lloyd R. Hatlelid, whose husband is senior geophysicist with the Exploration Department of Imperial Oil Ltd.

  • completion at Matsumoto Shipyard, Ltd., on the Dollarton waterfront of North Vancouver, British Columbia, for Esso Resources Canada Ltd. of Calgary, Alberta. The 39-foot aluminum boat, named the R.W. MacKinnon, is unusual in several respects: power is provided by a pair of Cummins 6BTA5.9-M diesel

  • on the West Coast, as well as the Versatile Vickers facility in Montreal. Versatile Davie was acquired from Dome Petroleum Limited of Calgary, Alberta, for an undisclosed sum. The Versatile Corporation now employs some 3,200 people in Canadian shipbuilding and repairing. Besides its extensive

  • seven strategically located warehouses in Tulsa; Houston, Texas; East Brunswick, N.J.; Milwaukie, Ore.; Chicago, 111.; Barrie, Ontario, and Edmonton, Alberta, in Canada. The Newman's engineering staff is available at all times for consultations on customers' special requirements, and can modify almost

  • for assistance, as well as search and rescue groups a model of areas that are adequately covered. Peter G. Noble of Arctec Canada Limited, Calgary, Alberta, presented a paper, "Arctic Offshore Engineering, An Overview." The author noted that in drilling in the Arctic, the structures have to be designed

  • MN Nov-18#97  also started a marketing 
in Alberta and British Columbia)
    November 2018 - Marine News page: 97

    a producer and editor. He completed ditionally, he will support dealers role that involved him in a wide vari- his MBA and also started a marketing in Alberta and British Columbia. ety of ferry projects. As Sales Director and advertising agency, of which he is Garinger also has experience as an engineer

  • MT Sep-18#60 , as well as development  Alberta (Canada); Ohio State)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    proprietary marine seis- San Diego Robotics 101; University of 1,200 nautical miles off the coast of San mic technology, as well as development Alberta (Canada); Ohio State Univer- Francisco. The system will be deployed and manufacturing facilities in Norway sity; and Wroclaw University of Science

  • MR Aug-18#60  as many young  support ship.”
Alberta.  training a largely)
    August 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    and joint is currently experiencing a downturn in our newly-built shipyard, attracting and be attracting and training as many young support ship.” Alberta. training a largely green workforce on Canadians from diverse backgrounds as On June 15, Seaspan held a steel cut- They’re certi? ed tradespeople

  • MN Aug-18#87  up to 1,300,000 pounds.
Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 87

    , and custom fabrication, with destructive and Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Nebraska, USA; non-destructive testing up to 1,300,000 pounds. Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations in Brazil to serve South American markets. The ? rm’s pri- THE CASE: mary products include mobile

  • MN Sep-15#29  sands crude was 
coming from Alberta, Canada, to the same)
    September 2015 - Marine News page: 29

    Jersey, Pennsylvania), with some crude oil going also to re? neries in Washington and Louisiana. A lesser amount of oil sands crude was coming from Alberta, Canada, to the same locations. Actually, over the last 35 years or so, the amount of oil being transported that then spilled was decreasing rapidly

  • MT Jan-15#43  numerical modeling, physical 
Alberta, Canatec has spent 22)
    January 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    Lindstrom describes as a full management. Headquartered in Calgary, ment in the most extreme conditions; ice, toolbox of numerical modeling, physical Alberta, Canatec has spent 22 years wave, wind, currents, and then to com- modeling, and full-scale testing. dealing with the challenges of Arctic bine

  • MR Aug-15-78#28  Ltd. of 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, com-
missioned)
    August 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    Surveyor will tow a mile and one-half-long cable in search for potential oil or gas formations in the earth. Arctic Transportation Ltd. of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, com- missioned its new seismic re- search vessel Arctic Surveyor on July 10 in Vancouver, British Co- lumbia. Sponsor of the vessel

  • MP Q2-14#18  (485,000-gal-
lon-per-day) Alberta, Canada gas to liquid)
    Q2 2014 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    claimed they would be there to meet the demand. On March 26, 2014, a day after Shell’s cancellation of a 300,000 ton (485,000-gal- lon-per-day) Alberta, Canada gas to liquid project, Shell also announced it would cancel its two 250,000 gallon per day LNG projects in Louisiana and Ontario, shocking

  • MR Apr-80#14  CORP. 
GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, CANADA 6527 
ALCO POWER)
    April 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    AKER ENGINEERING A/S 2433,2449 AKER GROUP 2433,244 AL GEORGE, INC 1734 ALBANY INTERNATIONAL CORP 7319 OIL SPILL CONTAINMENT CORP. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, CANADA 6527 ALCO POWER INC 462 ALEXANDER INDUSTRIES, INC 4119 ALFA—LAVAL, INC 4372 J D ALLEN LIMITED 6605 ALLEN-BRADLEY 2387 ALLWEILER

  • MR May-15-80#31 , head-
quartered in Calgary, Alberta, will 
be incorporated)
    May 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    to provide design and engi- neering services for offshore oil and gas operations in Canada. The new organization, head- quartered in Calgary, Alberta, will be incorporated as a jointly owned company, Acres-Santa Fe Inc. It will offer design, consulting, and engineering management serv- ices

  • MR May-15-80#29 , head-
quartered in Calgary, Alberta, will 
be incorporated)
    May 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    to provide design and engi- neering services for offshore oil and gas operations in Canada. The new organization, head- quartered in Calgary, Alberta, will be incorporated as a jointly owned company, Acres-Santa Fe Inc. It will offer design, consulting, and engineering management serv- ices

  • MR Jun-15-80#32 , Texas, and Ed-
monton, Alberta, Canada — also 
can)
    June 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    for trailer mounting, and two derrick de- signs fcr offshore platforms. The company's three locations—Tom- ball and Conroe, Texas, and Ed- monton, Alberta, Canada — also can custom engineer and build rig substructures, trailer-mounted rigs, and specialized products for equipment handling, such

  • MR Jul-15-80#14  is in permafrost so Alberta 
Gas Trunkline (AGT))
    July 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    gas to below the freezing point, the gas will be supplied to the cross-island pipeline. The complete route of this pipe- line is in permafrost so Alberta Gas Trunkline (AGT), who are the managers of that component, have chosen to use a buried chilled gas pipeline. The cold gas will not degrade

  • MR Jan-81#5  Tar Sands of North-
ern Alberta, Canada, and it in-
cludes)
    January 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    movement. Mr. Cottrell's industrial career commenced with Cities Service in 1958 on work associated with the Athabasca Tar Sands of North- ern Alberta, Canada, and it in- cludes over 15 years with C.F. Braun & Co. in various capacities to vice president, and Science Management Corporation

  • MR Feb-15-81#56  Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can-
ada. Contact Peter)
    February 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    659-3251. XV Biennial Conference June 7-12 Sponsored by the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association. Edmonton Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can- ada. Contact Peter J. Elias, conference admin- istrator, 418 Legislative Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; (403) 427-2080. ICE TECH

  • MR Mar-15-81#44  Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can-
ada. Contact Peter)
    March 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    659-3251. XV Biennial Conference June 7-12 Sponsored by the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association. Edmonton Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can- ada. Contact Peter J. Elias, conference admin- istrator, 418 Legislative Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; (403) 427-2080. ICE TECH

  • MR Apr-15-81#55  Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can-
ada. Contact Peter)
    April 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    . XV Biennial Conference June 7-12 Sponsored by the International Cargo Handling Coordina t ion A ssocia t ion. Edmonton Plaza Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Can- ada. Contact Peter J. Elias, conference admin- istrator, 418 Legislative Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; (403) 427-2080. Dynamics

  • MR Jul-81#49  
Dome Petroleum, Calgary, Alberta, Can-
ada, has placed)
    July 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    of drill barges, cargo barges, and offshore deck barges. Dome Petroleum Orders Drill From Cammed Laird Yard Dome Petroleum, Calgary, Alberta, Can- ada, has placed an order for a semisub- mersible drilling rig, design GVA 4000 (shown above) with Cammell Laird, Birken- head, U.K. Cammell

  • MR Sep-81#6  for Dome Petro-
leum Ltd., Alberta, Canada. 
The Can-Mar)
    September 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    high-speed tender named Can- Mar Tingneak (shown above). The boat is the first vessel Swift- ships has built for Dome Petro- leum Ltd., Alberta, Canada. The Can-Mar Tingneak was de- signed to Dome's specifications for use in its offshore oil oper- ations. Approved by the Canadian Coast

  • MR Oct-81#26  was signed in Calgary, 
Alberta. 
The rig to be constructed)
    October 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    . and Ishikawajima- Harima Heavy Industries Co. re- cently received the orders from Gulf Canada Resources Inc. The contract was signed in Calgary, Alberta. The rig to be constructed by Mitsui is to be of conical shape, double-hulled, and equipped with a 12-anchor mooring system. It will be

  • MR Sep-82#2  Limited of 
Calgary, Alberta, BP Petroleum 
Development)
    September 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    Dome Exploration And Production Interests Acquired By BP And LASMO Dome Petroleum Limited of Calgary, Alberta, BP Petroleum Development Limited, and Lon- don and Scottish Marine Oil p.l.c., both of London, England, an- nounced recently that agreement has been reached for the sale to BP and

  • MR Feb-15-83#17  Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, 
Canada 
Effect of)
    February 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    Protection Agency, Edison, New Jersey The BIOS Project — An Update Peter J. Blackall and Gary A. Sergey, Environment Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Effect of Spills of Dispersed and Non- Dispersed Oil on Intertidal Infaunal Com- munity Structure Edward S. Gilfillan, David S. Page

  • MR Feb-15-83#16 , Petro-Canada, Calgary, Alberta, 
Canada 
The Use of)
    February 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    Harilaos N. Psaraftis and J.D. Nyhart, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; David A. Betts, Petro-Canada, Calgary, Alberta, Canada The Use of Receptor Mode Trajectory Analysis Techniques for Contingency Planning J.A. Gait and D.L. Payton, National Oceanic and

  • MR Mar-83#4th Cover  
Inc., of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
The vessel)
    March 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    Marystown Shipyard Limited recently de- livered an offshore anchor-handling tug/ supply vessel to Petro Canada Exploration Inc., of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The vessel, christened the M/V Mortier, NORDBERG 2600 HP AND 3200 HP—PROPUL- SION, GENERATION, OR PUMP DRIVE UNITS, MODEL FS-1312-HSC