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.
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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
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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.
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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"
—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
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
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or XXL monopiles in deep (35 meters plus) water. The project partners also say the design is scalable would be “a readily available means” to install new 12MW turbines. Room for improvement The ? rst offshore wind project was built in 1991, at Vindby, Denmark (and is now decommissioned) and there’s
The slip joint connection was designed has designed and installed a 5MW pro- tank arrangement to enhance the proba- during its boom in 2013) installed a new under the Slip Joint Offshore Research totype Elisa self-installing telescopic bilistic damage stability; both to enable design wind turbine concept
vessels in the market will be hook heights for nacelles and variable deck load, to carry heavier and larger components, and deck space. This means new cranes and leg extensions etc. and it is likely that these necessary upgrades will have a nega- tive effect on how fast these vessels can install.” Having
+10MW will become a challenge for all they need to be lifted 130-140 meters up Indeed, some developers have already ping Heavy Industry in China. The new- installation vessels currently available in to the air, so hoist distance is an issue. been seeking consent to use 20MW tur- build, due to be delivered
turbine, with a 193-meter-diameter rotor, at the Danish Document liner condition in 15 minutes only with the ® National test center for large wind tur- new Liner Condition Camera (LCC) from Chris-Marine . bines in Oesterild, Denmark. The ? rm No need to remove cylinder cover or exhaust valve housing
In Europe, there is more than 18 giga- are the biggest markets, with France now Indeed, the ? rst zero subsidy bids were turbine manufacturers unveiling new, watts (GW) of installed offshore wind also moving in, with plans to start feed- made for offshore wind parks in 2017, larger systems faster. “12-