Gulf Of Mexico

  • —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 awarded a "callout" contract by Shell Offshore, Inc.

    for the eastern division operating area of the Gulf of Mexico. The contract, extending through April 1987, calls for Taylor to perform certain diving services "on-demand" for Shell during the period of the contract.

    An additional contract, calling for structural repairs and maintenance of offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico, was awarded Taylor by Mobil Exploration and Producing, Inc.

    In addition, Taylor has completed its first project of the year for Brown & Root Marine. Taylor personnel provided support services for a pipeline installation project performed by Brown & Root for the Diamond Shamrock Corporation in the Gulf of Mexico.

    For further information and complete detailed literature on the services offered by Taylor Diving, Circle 46 on Reader Service Card

  • telephone service for the entire Gulf of Mexico's marketplace. PetroCom reports it is the first cellular telephone company in the Gulf of Mexico and first in the world to use satellite and, today, Petro- Com is the first to provide total cellular telephone service for the Gulf, making

  • and Technology LLC, a wholly owned entity of Conoco, has completed the functional design of a new tanker for shuttling crude oil from the deepwater Gulf of Mexico to shore. The 80,000-dwt double-hulled "GoMAX 550 shuttle tanker will be capable of transporting 550,000 barrels of crude oil. With a 40-foot

  • a contract from BP to deliver an integrated package of auxiliary diesel generators totalling 15.3 MW for the Thunder Horse offshore project in the Gulf of Mexico. The power plant will be installed on the production, drilling and quarters platform Thunder Horse PDQ being built in Korea. The integrated

  • Industries Association (NOIA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API) show vast potential energy and economic benefits to the U.S. if the Eastern Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific outer continental shelf (OCS) were opened to offshore oil and natural gas development. Last year a similar study was conducted

  • After a few years of relative calm, the 2017 hurricane season wreaked havoc in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, causing widespread damage and human suffering, and exposing the vulnerabilities and strengths of American energy security. As the flood waters from Hurricane Harvey receded and Gulf coast

  • report describes how advanced optical sensor technology is being used in the Mississippi River basin to accurately track the nitrate pulse to the Gulf of Mexico. Excessive springtime nitrate runoff from agricultural land and other sources in the Mississippi drainage flows into the Mississippi River and

  • , LLC specializes in towing drilling rigs and providing Offshore Supply and Multi-Purpose Support Vessels for deepwater water operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Until the late 1990’s, Harvey Gulf maintained and operated a fleet of both offshore, and inland towing vessels that towed, among other things

  • We have seen the offshore drilling rig market go from full employment a year ago January to its lowest utilization rate — 68% in the Gulf of Mexico and worldwide approximately 80%, in that span of time. I have to go back to the Eisenhower years to recall anything as bad as we have in the

  • 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" and 1x16" diameter cargo piperuns and a twograde MPDU

  •   The Case Chet Morrison Contractors provides construction, maintenance and abandonment services to the oil and gas industry. With locations in the Gulf of Mexico and international facilities, Chet Morrison Contractors delivers integrated solutions that leverage the skills of our performance-driven teams

  • vessels currently under construction for GulfMark abroad. The green vessels will be U.S. flagged and will support the anticipated future demand in the Gulf of Mexico offshore market and other areas around the world and will be delivered in 2014. The company also commenced construction on two of the four platform

  • MR Nov-19#80  boats will be deployed in the Gulf  pitch propeller via a)
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    their assignments. tive 3,579 bkW with each driving a ? xed non-combatants. diesel powered SOLAS fast rescue craft The boats will be deployed in the Gulf pitch propeller via a Reintjes WVS se- In addition to their security role, each and Fuel Trax fuel monitoring systems of Guinea to protect and support

  • MR Nov-19#78  of crude oil from the Gulf of Ob (the 
Kara Sea) for)
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    Lazarev is the latest in a series of shuttle tank- ers of the Shturman Albanov series, designed for the year- round transportation of crude oil from the Gulf of Ob (the Kara Sea) for the Novy Port project, operated by Gazprom Neft. The ? rst three ships in the series were delivered in 2016 and have since

  • MR Nov-19#32  utilization in the U.S. Gulf at 34%, well 
3,419 vessels)
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    its Q2 ? eet TDW) reveals a total industry supply of rates for large PSV’s from $7,400/day that we service are making announce- utilization in the U.S. Gulf at 34%, well 3,419 vessels, roughly evenly divided up to nearly $14,500/day (with similar, ments that they are doing new projects. “ below its overall

  • MR Nov-19#30  the future, as the focus 
Gulf of Mexico remain tepid as cus-)
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    “Activity levels in the U.S. increasing from a raft of new landside tion was back on track. Not surprisingly, Looking into the future, as the focus Gulf of Mexico remain tepid as cus- production initiatives. Though the aver- listed drilling entities, and many of the of non-national oil companies moves tomer

  • MN Nov-19#92 . The ferry is being 
built at Gulf Island Shipyard in Jennings)
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    design of a double-ended diesel-electric ferry with energy storage, providing service from Galveston to Bolivar Peninsula. The ferry is being built at Gulf Island Shipyard in Jennings, Louisiana. TSGI will provide construction oversight to TxDOT during the entire construction process. The diesel-electric

  • MN Nov-19#81  a 
placement site in the Gulf of Mexico. 
CSDs operate continuously)
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    with Great Lakes Dredge & Dock’s CSD Carolina, which is transferring the material through ? ve miles of pipeline to a placement site in the Gulf of Mexico. CSDs operate continuously yet lack the inclement weather maneuver- ability of TSHDs. Nevertheless, they are frequently contracted for many

  • MN Nov-19#54  of Lyman-Morse boat  Sea and Gulf of Finland. It includes)
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    boat designed and built in Estonia, Estonia is in Northern Europe where it borders the Baltic we asked Drew Lyman, President of Lyman-Morse boat Sea and Gulf of Finland. It includes more than 1,500 is- works? “It is pretty exciting venture for us. It really diversi- lands, one of which is Saaremaa, home to

  • MN Nov-19#18 . A vessel built in the Gulf for service in Alaska has)
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    INSIGHTS built. A vessel built in the Gulf for service in Alaska has to Here and overseas, Fernstrum continues to drive trends in emerging markets. These include under- have a cooling system designed for both conditions. You water tidal turbines, AUV’s and ROV’s. Tell us a bit won’t pass sea trials in

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  • MP Q3-19#39  the growth has 
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    , said: “LNG is being Q-LNG is owned 70 percent by Shane Guidry and 30 percent embraced by energy operators but facilitating the growth has by Harvey Gulf International Marine, New Orleans, Louisiana. Q- its challenges. This exciting development uses a very low-cost LNG will own and operate assets providing

  • MP Q3-19#25  ethane every year from the U.S. Gulf  conventional LPG terminals)
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    of 150,000m³ ULECs to deliver nifcantly larger vessels, however, will prove too big to trade to up to 7.2 million tons of ethane every year from the U.S. Gulf conventional LPG terminals. coast to several new processing plants in China. For this reason, enabling the vessels to carry LNG cargo pro- AEC’s prospectiv

  • MP Q3-19#24  again. cargoes between the U.S. Gulf and its petrochemical facilities)
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    , and present projects 87,000m3 units in 2014, which it subsequently used to move look set to double unit capacities once again. cargoes between the U.S. Gulf and its petrochemical facilities in Gujarat, India. The ships loaded their frst cargo from a U.S. Gulf The Logistics of Ethane of Mexico port in 2016

  • MP Q3-19#14 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS The View from Tideworks arvey Bauer, Director of trative functions of specialized container terminals in Manzanillo, Marketing and Contracts, the largest container terminal in Mexico. This month, within the Hat Tideworks Technol- pages of Maritime Logistics Professional magazine, he expands

  • MR Oct-19#64  
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    marine distribution infra- now being offered through Metal Shark’s “Shark- dustrialized remote control with joystick provides structure in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and abroad. The tech” autonomous division. The Sharktech 29 De- manual control for situations when autonomy mode ATB tug will have 5,100 horsepower

  • MR Oct-19#55   something closer to the Gulf of Mexico, because nearly  was)
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    would have picked opened our doors and we quickly realized that nobody the company, with Wood and Beers the two remaining something closer to the Gulf of Mexico, because nearly was going to beat a path to our doors to design the next today. “At that time the internet was around but nobody everything

  • MR Oct-19#33  in 2014.   bound from the Gulf of Mexico to the 
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL fuel costs due to IMO2020 could prompt (as termed by the eminent geography be 400,000 TEUs in 2014. bound from the Gulf of Mexico to the 1.2 million TEUs inbound to the U.S. professor Jean-Paul Rodrigue) as a link Panama Canal Authority, now deriv- U.S. West Coast. to

  • MR Oct-19#29 , back to ports in the Gulf and At- ping Panama (9)
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    , and lumber from the Paci? c and it was the ? ttingly renamed Cosco Ship- changes in LNG moves; with the ? rst U.S. Northwest, back to ports in the Gulf and At- ping Panama (9,472 teu) that won the draw LNG exports moving out of Sabine Pass in www.marinelink.com 29 MR #10 (26-33).indd 29 10/7/2019

  • MR Oct-19#27 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL Panama Canal The Panama Canal is a strategic crossroads for maritime traf? c, and is arguably one of the most important maritime developments in the past century. Here we take a deeper dive into the history behind that famous strip of wateray. By Barry Parker he present canal

  • MR Oct-19#21  to transport  in the Persian Gulf would have a severe  is)
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    escalation of the situation as around half of all seaborne crude oil in 2019 from 9m to 4m DWT. uct tankers will be employed to transport in the Persian Gulf would have a severe is transported through the Strait of Hor- In contrast to the disappointing de- the product to where it is needed. impact on the

  • MR Oct-19#20  ships trading in the 
Persian Gulf. Tensions have risen fol-
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    tensions have led to disruptions to the tanker shipping in- BIMCO: Tanker Shipping, Fleet Growth dustry and all other ships trading in the Persian Gulf. Tensions have risen fol- lowing the expiry of waivers to the U.S. Our Core Purpose... is to Create. imposed Iran sanctions, as well as at- tacks and

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    into World War II. The purpose was to challenges. As a result, the USCG Re- a variety of locations and on a variety Members of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Gulf Strike Team rescue an elderly couple af- ter ? oodwaters from the Wac- camaw River took over their apartment complex in Horry County, South Carolina

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  • MN Sep-19#51 . In the challenging and rough Gulf of Alaska,  maneuverability)
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    voyage, the boat performed beyond the scientists’ electric bow thruster with joystick controls ensure superior expectations. In the challenging and rough Gulf of Alaska, maneuverability during research operations. 400-gallon the vessel transited with ease and quickness to the Sound. fuel capacity provides

  • MN Sep-19#48  out of action in the US Gulf, Middle 
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    from market data platform VesselValue, 36 per cent of OSV’s were laid up at the start of this year, with similar per- centages out of action in the US Gulf, Middle Chasing East, West Africa and North West Europe. This represents a sizeable portion of the global OSV ? eet sitting idle or in dry dock