Oklahoma

  • James A. Skinner Jr. of Nashville, president of Herbert Materials, Inc., has been installed as board chairman of the National Waterways Conference. He was elected at the organization's recent annual meeting in Tulsa to succeed Lloyd E. Anderson, executive director of the Port of Portland (Ore.) Commission. Mr.

    Skinner is also chairman of the Brick Institute of America, and vice chairman of the Tennessee- Tombigbee W a t e r w a y Development Authority.

    His company, one of Tennessee's largest brick manufacturers, operates river terminals on both the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers, including Herbert Marine Terminal at Nashville. A subsidiary, T.L. Herbert & Sons, Inc., owns a fleet of barges and towboats plying the Cumberland, Tennessee, Ohio, and Upper Mississippi Rivers.

    Robert S. Kerr Jr. of Oklahoma City, president of Oklahoma Water, Inc., was reelected to another term as vice chairman of the NWC, and Richard A. Wilson of Sunset Hills, Mo., president of A g r i - T r a n s C o r p o r a t i o n , was named to succeed Mr. Skinner as the Conference's first vice president.

  • . The platform is connected by short pipeline to a nearby articulated loading column. Two 51,000- deadweight-ton dedicated tankers, the Phillips Oklahoma and the Phillips Arkansas, have been modified for bow-loading at the column. The Phillips Oklahoma is scheduled to handle the first cargo from

  • the Chester headquarters. In a related announcement, Baldt has named Tri-Tex Marine, Inc. of Houston as exclusive distributor covering Texas and Oklahoma. Tri-Tex will stock a complete inventory of commonly used items, including connecting, retrieving, and deck and dock hardware. For complete literature

  • , and supply vessels. Bo Stenhall, Asea manager of marine sales, said that the Houston firm will represent Asea in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Asea Marine is involved in power, automation, and monitoring equipment for marine and offshore applications. Asea Inc. is the principal U.S

  • shoreside engineering staff. The MS-2500 units will be installed aboard the 53,000-dwt motor tankers Phillips Arkansas, Phillips Mexico, Phillips Oklahoma, Phillips Venezuela, World Freeport and World Texas. These ships were delivered in 1980, and represent all of the diesel-powered vessels in the

  • is a petroleum barge company operating on the Intracoastal Canal and inland river systems of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Oklahoma

  • is a petroleum barge company operating on the Intracoastal Canal and inland river systems of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, and Oklahoma

  • Henschel Corporation, a unit of General Signal, has announced a new name for its division located in Oklahoma. F o r m e r l y c a l l ed Henschel/Nelson, it is now known as Henschel's Tulsa Division. In new offices and manufacturing space, this Henschel division continues under the direction of

  • 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

  • in September of this year. Previously, he was group representative for Aetna Life & Casualty, and during the past 5Vo years has worked in Oklahoma City, El Paso, and Houston. Mr. Currie is a graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. Adams & Porter Associates, Inc., is a Houston-based

  • in the Gulf of Mexico, Ross A. McClintock, president of Fluor Drilling Services, announced. The vessel is contracted to Samedan Oil Corporation of Oklahoma for one year, with options. Operated by the Coral Division of FDS, a subsidiary of Fluor Corporation (NYSE), the rig features a cantilever design

  • . Mr. Robertson joined CF in November 1975. He received a B.S. degree in biology from Westminister College, Fulton, Mo., and an M.B.A. degree from Oklahoma State University. Anthony J. Skul serves as director, transportation, in the new group. His responsibilities include management of all rail transport

  • MP Q1-19#22  Sites include Ardmore, Oklahoma; 
municipalities. The)
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    , expected to generate 3,500 new jobs in all. dal and logistics district that encompasses 7,500 acres and fve Other BNSF Certifed Sites include Ardmore, Oklahoma; municipalities. The City of Dallas Offce of Economic Develop- Avard, Oklahoma; Gallup, New Mexico, Great Falls, Montana; ment noted that the Dallas-Fort

  • MP Q1-19#21  Minot, North Dakota; Avard, Oklahoma; 
www.maritimelogisticsprofess)
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    the company's Certifed Site designation. convert 45,000 container movements from truck to rail in the The sites, located in Minot, North Dakota; Avard, Oklahoma; www.maritimelogisticsprofessional.com 21

  • MN Nov-18#104 .com
ing Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and 
Analytics features)
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    & Train- fuel economy and higher speeds. generators in a territory encompass- ing, Jobs & Dispatch, Timecards and www.JohnDeere.com ing Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Analytics features, will assist Crounse western Tennessee. The new part- with vessel and safety management, nership further solid

  • MR May-77#4  • 845 SOUTHEAST 29TH STREET • OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 73109)
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    Marine Sales Manager Far durable, dependable valves and solids separation products, demand Demco. DEMCO INCORPORATED • 845 SOUTHEAST 29TH STREET • OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 73109 Henry S. Woods III Krupp Atlas Elektronik, Hous- ton, Texas, has named Henry S. Woods III marine sales manager, South/Central

  • MR May-15-77#50 , Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 
Engelhard)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) Colt Industries, Water 0 Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 5351 1 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union, N.J. 07083 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA

  • MR May-15-77#49  Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, 
OK 73109 
Comet)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    , ID 83729 MARINE EQUIPMENT Argo Marine, Div. of Argo Intl., 140 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. 10013 Beaver Tool & Machine Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Comet Marine Supply Corp., 157 Perry St., New York, N.Y. 10014 Kearfott Marine Products, 550 South Fulton Ave., Mount Vernon

  • MR Sep-14#65 , Missouri, New 
Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and)
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    , offering sales, service and support throughout Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wis- consin. Laborde will also offer dealer support along the Eastern seaboard of Mexico, from the Texas border to Cancun

  • MR Jul-77#2  Co. 
540 S.E. 29th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73109 
PHONE)
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    IV2" Wire Line LITTLE BEAVER for 1/16" to %" Wire Line For further information, call or write: BEAVER Tool & Machine Co. 540 S.E. 29th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73109 PHONE 405, 634-4148 P. 0. Box 94717 4 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News

  • MN Sep-14#20 , Louisiana, Ne- braska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South)
    September 2014 - Marine News page: 20

    for 21st Century Energy report. The legal wrangling has just begun, with the states of, Alabama, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ne- braska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming  ling a lawsuit in early Au- gust against the EPA for overstepping authority granted

  • MR Aug-77#44 , Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 
Eureka)
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    Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt Industries, Woter & Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 53511 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union

  • MR Aug-77#43  Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, 
OK 73109 
Comet)
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    , New Orleans, LA 70113 Argo Marine, Div. of Argo Intl., 140 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. 10013 Beaver Tool & Machine Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Comet Marine Supply Corp., 157 Perry St., New York, N.Y. 10014 Kearfott Marine Products, 550 South Fulton Ave., Mount Vernon

  • MR Sep-77#62 , Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 
Eureka)
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    Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt Industries, Water & Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 53511 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union

  • MR Sep-77#61  Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, 
OK 73109 
Comet)
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    , New Orleans, LA 70113 Argo Marine, Div, of Argo Intl., 140 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. 10013 Beaver Tool & Machine Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Comet Marine Supply Corp., 157 Perry St., New York, N.Y. 10014 Kearfott Marine Products, 550 South Fulton Ave., Mount Vernon

  • MR Sep-15-77#27  International 
Company of Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Inland)
    September 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    , of New Iberia, La., for an estimated actual cost of $4.5 million each. Inland Well Service is a sub- sidiary of Texas International Company of Oklahoma City, Okla. Inland owns and operates nine barge-mounted workover/drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. 30

  • MR Sep-15-77#25  International 
Company of Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Inland)
    September 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    , of New Iberia, La., for an estimated actual cost of $4.5 million each. Inland Well Service is a sub- sidiary of Texas International Company of Oklahoma City, Okla. Inland owns and operates nine barge-mounted workover/drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. 31 MH Mr rWfpIln will rpnnrt. Hi- Somethin

  • MR Aug-14#30  are familiar to  producers in Oklahoma. If standardization is)
    August 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    ? AUGUST 2014 culture. In the hydrocarbon industry, sampling and testing procedures used in Caspian production Þ elds are familiar to producers in Oklahoma. If standardization is achievable, then what?s the trouble in the ballast water camp? Why does the ICS write almost acidly in an April 8 press release

  • MR Oct-77#6  
Chemical Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
Not one, but four)
    October 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    22,500 tons of it at a clip—out of the Gulf of Mexico. FAUSTINA is the first of two barges built by Todd for the Agrico Chemical Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not one, but four Todd yards—Galveston, Houston, Los Angeles, and Seattle—are expert barge builders, which makes possible unique flexibility

  • MR Oct-15-77#60 , Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 
Eureka)
    October 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt Industries, Water CJ Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 53511 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union

  • MR Oct-15-77#59  Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, 
OK 73109 
Comet)
    October 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    , New Orleans, LA 70113 Argo Marine, Div. of Argo Intl., 140 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. 10013 Beaver Tool & Machine Co., 525 S.E. 29th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Comet Marine Supply Corp., 157 Perry St., New York, N.Y. 10014 Kearfott Marine Products, 550 South Fulton Ave., Mount Vernon

  • MR Nov-77#64  entered 
the University of Oklahoma. 
After receiving a)
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    petroleum industry as a rough- neck for Choya Drilling Co. and Humble Oil & Refining Co. from 1953 until 1960, when he entered the University of Oklahoma. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engi- neering in 1965, Dr. Petty became an operations supervisor for Esso Exploration

  • MR Nov-77#26  
conversion of the USS Oklahoma 
City from a light cruiser)
    November 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    Shipyard in 1957, and spent his first six months in the yard's design office. He then was named production planner during conversion of the USS Oklahoma City from a light cruiser to a guided missile vessel. He subse- quently advanced through various positions at the yard, and in 1968 was appointed

  • MR Nov-77#24  
conversion of the USS Oklahoma 
City from a light cruiser)
    November 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    Shipyard in 1957, and spent his first six months in the yard's design office. He then was named production planner during conversion of the USS Oklahoma City from a light cruiser to a guided missile vessel. He subse- quently advanced through various positions at the yard, and in 1968 was appointed

  • MR Dec-77#29  professional 
engineer in Oklahoma, he is listed 
in the)
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    and develop- ment for the Byron Jackson Pump Division of Borg Warner. He has also worked for Reda Pump. A registered professional engineer in Oklahoma, he is listed in the South and Southwest edi- tion of "Who's Who." He received his B.S. degree in mechanical and civil engineering from Oklahoma

  • MR Dec-77#15  engineering. 
A native of Oklahoma, he holds 
a B.S. degree)
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    previously held a management position at a steel service center in Tulsa, Okla., where he was responsible for sales and engineering. A native of Oklahoma, he holds a B.S. degree in management from the University of Tulsa. The Crosby Group, a division of American Hoist and Derrick Co., is a