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

  • 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

  • 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

  •   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

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    and when you add a higher tempera- stars keep urchins under control,” ture to that, it kills faster, causing a said Joseph Gaydos, senior author on bigger impact.” the paper and director of UC Davis’ Fisheries depend on nearshore kelp SeaDoc Society program. “Without forests to form a healthy environmen

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    Case Study Science Sea Star Population in Danger The combination of ocean warming have stayed so low in the past three est ocean, and it is not recovering in the and an infectious wasting disease has years, we consider them endangered in same way experienced by the intertidal devastated populations of

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  • MT May-19#17   complete understanding of the Gulf of California system. This)
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    ent data sets are synthesized, scientists will generate a more were performed, including a high throughput water ? ltration complete understanding of the Gulf of California system. This for viruses that allowed the team to reduce processing bias. understanding will be applicable to oceanic environments From

  • MT May-19#14  ?  eld at 2,000m depth in the Gulf of California  create the)
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    meters vessel Falkor discovered and explored a hydrother- across. These towers featured numerous volcanic ? anges that mal ? eld at 2,000m depth in the Gulf of California create the illusion of looking at a mirror when observing the Swhere towering mineral structures serve as biologi- superheated (366ºC)

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    New Views Scientists aboard Schmidt Ocean Institute’s research vessel Falkor discovered and explored a hydrothermal ? eld at 2,000m depth in the Gulf of California. Comms 20 Sound Off Inside Dolphin, enabling technology for acoustic systems. By Justin Manley, Just Innovation, Michael Murphree &

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  • MR May-19#58  of an offshoot, the Winam Gulf. 
based Worldwide Ferry)
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    Lake Victoria, they researched the rector and founder of the New York- Systems”. great novel The Hungry Tide, set in the needs of an offshoot, the Winam Gulf. based Worldwide Ferry Safety Associa- Two presenters went to the heart of Indian Sundarbans, the mangrove forest- Entirely in Kenya, this body of

  • MR May-19#57  and active on the East and Gulf  midstream/downstream players)
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    . later in 2019. In early 2019, Moran Towing, based in ity and interest in terminal tug agreements as southern Connecticut and active on the East and Gulf midstream/downstream players are attempt- coasts, announced that it had ordered a design contract ing to build out dedicated export terminals (to

  • MR May-19#53  stalwart along the East and 
Gulf Coasts, has also added)
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    hp Bert Reinauer at its owned yard, Senesco, paired with a 160,000 bbl barge. Bouchard Transportation, SOLUTIONS another stalwart along the East and Gulf Coasts, has also added ATBs to TO OPTMIMZE its ? eet. In March, 2019, the New York area based company linked together its 4,000 hp Evening Breeze/B

  • MR May-19#52  industry’s direction. With a  Gulf. The third unit, ATB Wachapre-
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    at the Conrad yards in the U.S. (PWC) estimated a total impact on U.S. briskly on a forward course, respond- ample of the industry’s direction. With a Gulf. The third unit, ATB Wachapre- GDP of $33.8 billion, using 2014 data. ing to regulatory mandates, technologi- ? eet of more than 50 tugs and 75 barges

  • MN May-19#16  to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, was developed 
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    across its docks and waterways. The gateway known as the 8.4 mile man-made Chain of Rocks Canal, connecting Minneapo- lis to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, was developed Dennis Wilmsmeyer by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Without it, the Mississippi River would not be the strategic asset

  • MN May-19#10   by the end of 2019 in the U.S. Gulf alone. 
second largest)
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    of almost ity. As much as 9.2 million tonnes of that will be online $4 million. After Towboats, Harbor/Escort Tugs are the by the end of 2019 in the U.S. Gulf alone. second largest market segment in both volume and value, Many of the natural resources used as inputs for these followed by ATBs, Ocean Tugs

  • MP Q1-19#45  container port in the U.S. Gulf of 
ty-foot equivalent)
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    continues to close the ers in 2018 than at any time in its history, totaling 591,253 twen- gap. Port Houston is the largest container port in the U.S. Gulf of ty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), up 12.3 percent compared to one Mexico, handling about two-thirds of all the containers that move year ago. The

  • MP Q1-19#34  marine  available in the U.S. Gulf (New Orleans and Houston))
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    is For its part, Shell was projecting that VLSFO supplies would be that the IMO Rule will have a major impact on regional marine available in the U.S. Gulf (New Orleans and Houston), Freeport, fuels supply/demand balances. Under the 3.5% sulfur standard, Bahamas, and in North Europe (ARA and Danish Strait)

  • MP Q1-19#22  by 
steps to address the gulf between ship and shore)
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    . personnel and sea staff. The report recommended companies take Cloud solutions also enable companies to reduce overheads by steps to address the gulf between ship and shore personnel in or- having smaller of?ces around the world instead of one large of- der to improve ship-shore relations. ?ce. For

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Gulf Island Shipyards was awarded)
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    to see New Navy Class Dubbed Navajo multiple HTS and wide beam satellites for maximum avail- ability of broadband service. In addition, the TracPhone Gulf Island Shipyards was awarded a $63.5 million contract for the de- V11-HTS utilizes Intelsat’s tail design and construction of the global C-band capacity

  • MR Apr-19#39  Willemoes (F362) 
transits the Gulf of Aden. 
U.S. Navy photo)
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    . U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Holly L. Herline PERU The Royal Danish navy frigate HDMS Peter Willemoes (F362) transits the Gulf of Aden. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Mario Coto DENMARK The Belgian mine hunter Primula (M924) conducts a diver exercise

  • MR Apr-19#19  feature in the Gulf of Mexico. It 
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    the Loop Current Sys- tem (LCS) using Sonardyne’s Pressure Inverted Echo Sounders (PIES). The LCS is the dominant ocean circu- lation feature in the Gulf of Mexico. It in? uences all ocean processes in the Gulf and has implications for a wide range of STOCK (Purchase and Rental): human and natural activities

  • MR Apr-19#18 .5% 12.2% 8.3% 15.7% 38.5%
Gulf of Mexico  41.3%  48.2%  60)
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    Oceangoing Standby/ Fast Supply Tug ERRV South-East Asia 38.2% 27.3% 28.8% 29.1% 19.5% 31.6% Persian Gulf 25.5% 22.5% 12.2% 8.3% 15.7% 38.5% Gulf of Mexico 41.3% 48.2% 60.6% 27.8% 20.9% 100.0% Northwest Europe 18.3% 31.7% 8.7% 6.4% 7.0% 9.3% West Africa 30.8% 37.2% 23.9% 13.5% 8.3% 72

  • MR Apr-19#17  be a strong 
year for the Gulf of Mexico. In addition 
to exciting)
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    Decisions are far from a sure thing. Wood Mackenzie’s senior research analyst, William Turner, said: “We expect 2019 to be a strong year for the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to exciting new project sanctions, which could usher in more than $10 billion of investment into the region, a couple of historic

  • MR Apr-19#16  auctions of any  U.S. Gulf of Mexico stems from work-
2020)
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    investor call (reviewing a number of indicators point to early period, totaling almost $220 million in one of the largest court auctions of any U.S. Gulf of Mexico stems from work- 2020 as the in? ection point given the in- 2018 Q4 results) offered a similar sen- offshore owner in recent history … Ves- ing

  • MR Apr-19#13  workboats to venture into the Gulf 
of Mexico in the early)
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    the technical gap that class aims to ? ll, especially those with signi? cant offshore experience. ABS classed the ? rst workboats to venture into the Gulf of Mexico in the early days of US off- shore exploration; today it classes about one-third of the world’s OSV ? eet. To support owners as they develop