New Mexico

  • James P. Horn, president and chief operating officer of Farrell Lines Incorporated, has announced three personnel appointments and promotions.

    James F. Breslin has been appointed vice - president - controller, succeeding Robert E. Schenk who is retiring. Prior to joining Farrell Lines, Mr. Breslin held the position of controller with the Fred F. French Investing Company, Inc. Before that, he was Long Island manager for Deloitte, Haskins & Sells.

    Julian F. Corish has been promoted to regional manager, Southern Region, which includes the states of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, the lower half of Tennessee, and the western half of North Carolina. He was formerly marketing manager-Southern Region.

    Stephen R. Crouch has been appointed manager, U.S. inland intermodal operations. He was formerly manager, intermodal operations, Southern area.

  • and Alabama, and encompasses a large portion of the Mississippi River. Other states in the d i s t r i b u t o r s h i p include: Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee, as well as all of Mexico and Central America. In addition to the distribution, Stewart & Stevenson

  • for business development, marketing and supervision of numerous marine projects including ship design and construction. A 1968 graduate of New Mexico State University with a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering, Mr. Ponton began his career as a mechanical engineer at Long Beach Naval Shipyard

  • of resources in research and development of the subject. The U.S. Navy is currently building a test facility at White Sands Proving Grounds, New Mexico, to further research and d e v e l op laser techniques and applications. Captain Skolniek's presentation of the unclassified elements of a very

  • Shippen Marine Inc. of Houston, Texas, has recently taken delivery of a new 110-foot crew/ supply boat from Gulf Craft Inc. in Patterson, La. The Comet, an aluminum-hulled quad-screw capable of 23 knots, is the first crewboat to be powered by four Cummins KTA-1150-M diesel engines. Gulf Craft Inc.

  • homes after dark as a result. Camacho always has had a strong interest in the Navy, which helped lead to his decision to attend the University of New Mexico — Albuquerque, via the Naval Reserve Officers Program, where he graduated with a degree in Naval Engineering. From there, Camacho went on to attend

  • , Cox made his first trans- Atlantic journey to the U.S. where he was fascinated by the landscapes of the great West — mainly California, Arizona and New Mexico. Upon his return from the States, he moved form Exeter to London where he readied his black and white prints for potential exhibition, which

  • by BNSF customers in 2017, expected to generate 3,500 new jobs in all.Other BNSF Certified Sites include Ardmore, Oklahoma; Avard, Oklahoma; Gallup, New Mexico, Great Falls, Montana; Greenville, Illinois; Los Lunas, New Mexico; Middletown, Iowa; Minot, North Dakota; Newton, Kansas; Shafter, California; Shelby

  • —Literature Available Taylor Diving, Inc., Belle Chasse, La., a Halliburton Company subsidiary, announced the award of two new contracts and the completion of its first Gulf of Mexico underwater project for 1986. Norman Chambers, president of Taylor, said the diving service contractor has been

  • Waukesha Engine Division, Dresser Industries, Inc., has announced the addition of Jose Luis Martinez and Werner Faass to their international marketing staff. Mr. Martinez has been named district sales manager in the firm's Mexico City office, and Mr. Faass is regional sales manager in the Caracas

  • Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), the national oil company of Mexico, has signed a contract with IMODCO, Los Angeles, Calif., for supply of a Single Point Mooring Terminal System for operation in the Gulf of Mexico. Measuring 12.5 meters in diameter (about 41 feet), the standard CALM system has 2x24"

  • J. Ray McDermott & Co., Inc. announced that it has formed a joint venture company with Protexa, the leading offshore construction company of Mexico. The new company, C o n s t r u c c i o n es M a r i t i m a s Mexicanas, S.A. de C.V. (CMM), will conduct offshore marine construction and pipelaying activities

  • MN Jun-19#4th Cover  mounting bolts to 
12. But, the New York State Canal 
System)
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    were drilled to accept slightly larger bolts and an additional four holes were drilled to increase the total number of mounting bolts to 12. But, the New York State Canal System takes no chances when safety is involved. Because this barge dates back to 1960 – not unusual in a fresh water application

  • MN Jun-19#3rd Cover  Retro?  t 
to Success 
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    MARINE CRANES Exceptional (Market) Reach Lifts a Crane Retro? t to Success T e New York State Canal System, Advance Marine and MelCal Cranes all enjoy a reputation for versatile applications in challenging conditions. It’s no wonder that their recent deal to replace an aging maintenance crane

  • MN Jun-19#25 PROPULSION
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    PROPULSION that when you lift the soundproof cowl, everything is easily accessible. CIMCO also designed a similar mounting pat- tern as a Yamaha 200hp outboard; the prop uses the same spline and shaft. As Pim Polesie, the Chief Marketing Credit: OXE Of? cer for Cimco, explained, “The ap- proach was to

  • MN Jun-19#24  unmatched performance.  oping new technologies and leading)
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    , compliance with all European the market. We are excited to be at the forefront of devel- and EPA Tier 3 regulations, and unmatched performance. oping new technologies and leading the global outboard There is no other choice than the OXE diesel.” That’s high market to new emission levels” says Christer

  • MN Jun-19#16  engines:  year we opened our new state-of-the-art assembly)
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    Airport on the South Coast of England. Last was your target audience? That’s like asking who bene? ts most from diesel engines: year we opened our new state-of-the-art assembly and testing facilities in which we have invested heavily. North civilian or military vehicles. They are two very different

  • MN Jun-19#10  placed 
ing vessels, and the newest members of the inspected)
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    performance. En- Outer Continental Shelf, research and school ships, ? sh- couragingly, the Tokyo MOU 2017 Annual Report placed ing vessels, and the newest members of the inspected ? eet, U.S. ? ag vessels on the “White List” which represents ? ags towing vessels. With the addition of towing vessels

  • MN Jun-19#6  wane. If true, then that’s good news indeed for scores 
of)
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    for the 600’ warship, if it hasn’t ended altogether, its utility in a rapidly changing geopolitical landscape is on the wane. If true, then that’s good news indeed for scores of smaller North American shipyards. Myriad hotspots worldwide, along with more sedate but equally important municipal and homeland

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  • MN Jun-19#2 CONTENTS
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    CONTENTS MarineNews June 2019 • Volume 30 Number 6 INSIGHTS 14 Joel Reid Global Sales Director, COX Powertrain OP/ED 20 A Reassessment of the U.S. Marine Salvage Posture By Jim Elliott FeaturesFeatures Credit: OXE MARINE CRANES 24 The OXE Diesel Outboard Arrives Cimco Marine’s 200hp

  • MR Jun-19#3rd Cover  a 24/7 basis.  As we receive new information about 
projects)
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    of the sector. Our online fully searchable databases update all of the project information O LIVE - 24/7 ONLINE on a 24/7 basis. As we receive new information about projects from our network of industry contacts, the database is immediately updated to reflect the latest situation. DATABASE This

  • MR Jun-19#60 , VA, 23502 USA
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    MR Select jobs that can be found posted now on www.MaritimeJobs.com Employment Contact Norfolk, VA, 23502 USA Marine Mechanic New York Cruise Lines Email: civmar@sealiftcommand.com Contact Full Time , Project Manager Work Phone : 757-341-4610 Email: civmar@sealiftcommand.com Category:

  • MR Jun-19#58 .com.au  
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    , Alabama 36532 , tel:(251) 928-1234, PIPING SYSTEMS FOR SHIP REPAIR & SURFACE PREP TOOLS Jansen, www.aussiepumps.com.au mark@mesamarine.com NEW CONSTRUCTION Water Cannon, 4300 West Lake Mary Blvd. Units 1010- WINCHES & FAIRLEADS INERTIAL SENSING SYSTEMS Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Ltd

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PRODUCTS MARINE ELECTRONICS
NEW MT 603 Series 
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    P PRODUCTS MARINE ELECTRONICS NEW MT 603 Series Radio Holland: Water-Activated GPS EPIRB NavCom Package for The MT603FG Two Cutter Suction Dredgers water-activated, Radio Holland Netherlands (Rotterdam) recent- GPS-equipped ly booked an order to deliver a NavCom pack- Emergency Position age to two

  • MR Jun-19#54 , this month 
unveiled a new Bridge Operational Quality)
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    Danelec Marine, a manufacturer of voyage data recorders (VDR) and electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) products, this month unveiled a new Bridge Operational Quality Assurance (BOQA) system. Hans Ottosen, CEO, explains. To start, please provide background on Danelec. Danelec Marine was

  • MR Jun-19#52  is pro- ment comes from renewable energy  vessels is)
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    power the equip- value proposition for hydrogen fuel cell execution, it is clear that maritime hy- the way in which the hydrogen is pro- ment comes from renewable energy vessels is in the overall cost reduction drogen technology is rapidly progress- duced. Methods like steam-methane re- sources like wind

  • MR Jun-19#51  REPORT MARINE FUELS
used for new vessel builds and retro)
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    T TECH REPORT MARINE FUELS used for new vessel builds and retro? ts around the world. “The Chicken Comes First” One of the oft-quoted challenges is the “chicken and egg” dilemma when a dis- ruptive propulsion technology enters the maritime market. Critics will claim that ship owners are reluctant to

  • MR Jun-19#49  for increased train-
ing was new equipment being used and)
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    too was consis- tent with last year’s predictions where 9% anticipated a reduction in budget. The most common reason cited for increased train- ing was new equipment being used and systems be- ing installed (such as LNG and BRM training, or the installation of SMS – which comes with new proce- dures). Meanwhile

  • MR Jun-19#48  an average  forced to invest in new ships and technol-
of 9)
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    operators increasingly are under Crew Demographics both regulatory and commercial pressure, Female seafarers made up an average forced to invest in new ships and technol- of 9.1% of the crew, organization-wide, ogies while markets, generally, are down. and the average age of a seafarer in the re-

  • MR Jun-19#46  is cited in more 
Systems and New Wave Media, publish- time)
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    , but Maritime University, Marine Learning This is especially the case in the mari- changing. since the ‘human factor’ is cited in more Systems and New Wave Media, publish- time industry where there is broad agree- Driven by automation on the ship and than 80% of ship accidents, ultimately ers of

  • MR Jun-19#44  are 
Pan Ocean  75  11.35
a new entity, China Cosco Shipping)
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    merged with vessels. Berge Bulk 62 12.43 China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL), with Large commercially controlled ? eets are Pan Ocean 75 11.35 a new entity, China Cosco Shipping Corp., not always “owned.” Bulk shipping’s eco- Oldendorff Carriers 104 10.97 CONTAINERSHIPS Top Global Containership

  • MR Jun-19#42  better, then  stints with large New York area tanker  Alexandros)
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    . As long Smith, who moved to the UK after ? eets. up front, that bigger is not always bet- as bigger is not in fact much better, then stints with large New York area tanker Alexandros Argyros, from shipping ter. Generally, the rationale for bigger meaningful consolidation will not hap- brokers, added

  • MR Jun-19#41  Japanese carriers had its 
2 New Orleans  127,643,304127)
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    ,940 1 Houston 201,540,173180,855,210 of saying the two ports at San Pedro 2 Port of NY/NJ $ 206,827$ 189,740 Bay. Each of the Japanese carriers had its 2 New Orleans 127,643,304127,795,757 own terminal at the Southern Californian 3 Houston $ 159,249$ 131,474 3 Port of NY/NJ 85,170,79281,626,497 complex

  • MR Jun-19#40  measure of growth. “The Port of New Orleans (Port 
NOLA) moved)
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    by each port each year has become relatively meaning- less, except to those ports who wish to, or need to, show some measure of growth. “The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) moved more containers in 2018 than at any time in its history, totaling 591,253 TEU, up 12.3 percent com- pared to one year ago”

  • MR Jun-19#38  HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE
NEWBUILD moved into full swing)
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    2019 BY ROBERT DAY, HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE NEWBUILD moved into full swing and we saw the THE RIG MARKET DEMOLITION Unsurprisingly, across the offshore market ? ooded with distressed ton- In the rig sector, Borr Drilling has Tidewater continues to set the stan- sectors, newbuild orders have