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  • R a y t h e o n Marine Company, Manchester, N.H., manufacturers of a wide range of Marine Electronic Navigation Equipment, has recently installed, in conjunction with Redi-Marine Electronics Co., South San Francisco, the 500th Raytheon RAYCAS aboard the S /S President Hoover, a containership owned and operated by American President Lines, Inc., Oakland, Calif.

    The Raytheon RAYCAS system is a computer assisted radar collision avoidance unit which aids high seas navigators in guiding their vessels safely through congested waters in all weather conditions.

    American President Lines, Inc., owns and operates a fleet of 22 U.S.-flag vessels trading between North America and North Asia/ South Asia and the Middle East on a regularly scheduled basis, and is installing Raytheon RAYCAS units aboard their vessels.

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  • including: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, East and South Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Australasia, Centrally Planned Economies, OECD members, OPEC members and Non-Communist World countries. A special feature included in the brochure

  • corporate president, secretary to the chairman's advisory council, president of Korea Gulf Oil, and vice president of marketing for Gulf Oil Company-South Asia. A native of South Bend, Ind., he is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Mr. Larocque, who was vice president-international petroleum sales

  • as follows: Richard V. Parks is named senior vice president-North Europe service; Michael J. Esposito, senior vice president-Mediterranean South Asia services; and Edward J. Chick, senior vice president-Africa services. In addition, Donald A. Adley is named senior vice president-Marketing, and

  • of the Marketing Co-ordination. In March 1967, he became Area Coordinator, Consolidated Area in the Regional Co-ordination — Oil and Gas, Africa and South Asia, the position he held until his appointment as president of Asiatic Petroleum Corporation. For the last three years, Mr. Francis has been managing

  • are foreign flagged, primarily from European Union members, and especially smaller vessels that may not be economic to sail to recycling yards in South Asia. Turkey is frequently chosen for recycling because it complies with ship recycling standards and its recycling yards comply with international practices

  • units are under construction in Korea, China and Japan. Several huge projects are among the orders, including a massive FLNG being built in Korea. South Asia is the dominant location for conversion of tankers into production and storage floaters. There are more than 15 conversion projects in progress in

  • its economic life, the owner sold it, often to a cash buyer, for scrapping with little consideration of the next step. Many ships ended up on a beach in south Asia (India, Pakistan, or Bangladesh) where they were cut apart and the metal was sold for scrap. The working conditions were sometimes dangerous and

  • as senior division manager and has held that position until his present appointment. L.E. Walker has been named vice president and general manager, South East Asia Operations, Oceanic Contractors, Inc. Mr. Walker joined the company as a field engineer in 1968, and has held engineering positions with Ocea

  • domestically    Turkey’s 21 ship recycling facilities (located largely in the Aliaga area, near Izmir) could be an alternative to the facilities in South Asia and China, especially if they can offer a more environmentally acceptable way of disposing of vessels at the end of their working lives.    Turkish

  • Plans are at an advanced stage for Promet and Jardine Offshore to be merged. The two groups, both of which are major components of Jardine Matheson (South East Asia), form the backbone of Jardine's involvement in the oilfield service industry. In effect, two mergers are planned — on the one hand between

  • a leading offshore drilling contractor, Smedvig asa, with headquarters in Stavanger, Norway. Smedvig has had a strong and increasing presence in the South East Asia petroleum market since 1990 when they purchased drilling contractor, Robray Offshore Drilling Company. Circle 7 6 on Reader Service Car

  • MN Nov-19#93 VESSELS
Metal Shark Expands Into Peru
state-operated)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 93

    VESSELS Metal Shark Expands Into Peru state-operated Peruvian shipyard Servicios Industriales de la Marina (SIMA-PERU SA). The ? rst round of Peruvian Navy maritime interdiction vessels are now being built by Metal Shark in the United States. Under a co-production agreement with SIMA, Metal Shark plans

  • MN Nov-19#74  and Fire Island on Great 
South Bay.
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 74

    for Fire Island Ferries by Blount Boats – that was delivered on June 19, 2019 and will service 386 passengers between Bay Shore and Fire Island on Great South Bay. When MarineNews visited the yard in September, Blount was working another pair of vessels, including a 101 x 40-ft. steel double-ended passenger/veh

  • MN Nov-19#24  and im-
sail through the southern U.S. Arctic  OPA 90)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 24

    , Congress acted ing cargo vessel transits every year that It’s time for Congress to amend swiftly, fundamentally shifting and im- sail through the southern U.S. Arctic OPA 90 to re? ect the new realities of proving maritime disaster policy. The region following trade routes from an evolving Arctic

  • MN Nov-19#8  extensive UK, Norwegian, South  time College in both)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 8

    sea, tugs & towing, and passenger of VV’s Offshore product. Bene? tting from vessels. He is an alumnus of SUNY Mari- Roberts extensive UK, Norwegian, South time College in both undergraduate and East Asian and US based market network, graduate studies. A member of PVA’s ensures VV’s offering is kept

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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 25

    A g g A r w Strong demand propels robust exports – here and A across the big pond. A new feet of gas carriers is l being built to meet the logistics challenge. Credit: ABS Capacity Coming environmentally friendly than its Earlier this year, China’s Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical en- predecessors (built

  • MP Q3-19#24  centers in Asia, Europe and South America. construction)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 24

    beneft from a rush of ethane trade into key the pipeline, waiting for the projects that are underpinning their manufacturing centers in Asia, Europe and South America. construction to be approved. Most seek to transport U.S. eth- The strong demand for ethane has created an entirely new ship- ane exports to

  • MP Q3-19#18 SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
HOW WELL 
DO YOU KNOW 
YOUR SHIPS?)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR SHIPS? Collaboratively use existing technologies and data to fnd valuable information about a ship’s actual condition. Eventually, this leads to positive changes in vessel performance and optimization. Is that too much to ask? By Tapio Hulkkonen and

  • MT Oct-19#44  of the water quality 
South of Boston, the bays of)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    habitat for The main goal of this mission was to use SeaTrac’s Develop- shallow water species. ment Platform to provide measurements of the water quality South of Boston, the bays of Duxbury, Kingston and Plym- over the entire embayment. This would also provide the team outh (DKP) form a large embayment

  • MT Oct-19#39   nesia, and Juliet Hermes from South  creativity of the academic)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    there. from the US, Nelly Florida from Indo- It highlighted the need to: Harness the Throughout OceanObs’19 there were nesia, and Juliet Hermes from South creativity of the academic research and many side events focused on speci? c Africa. They were joined by almost 40 engineering communities, and

  • MT Oct-19#31 .com
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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 31

    well streams. Advanced mi- croelectronics and nanoscale R&D have Your Sea Trials Here: A SINTEF test basin. detyens.com drydock@detyens.com Charleston, South Carolina www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 31 MTR #8 (18-33).indd 31 10/8/2019 10:06:15 A

  • MT Oct-19#14  Rejoining the Paris Agreement  South and East Coast, to farmers)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    comments Civilian Conservation Corp.” families devastated by hurricanes in the that “we have less than 11 years left to • Rejoining the Paris Agreement South and East Coast, to farmers facing transform our energy system away from and providing $200 billion to the Green ? ooding in the Midwest, to ?

  • MR Oct-19#64  Zhejiang 
province, and lie south of Shanghai on Hangzhou)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 64

    or mous control and monitoring system, the Sharktech second vessel. The Zhoushan Islands are just off shore of east China’s Zhejiang province, and lie south of Shanghai on Hangzhou Bay. The main Coastal Passenger Ferry for China island is home to a naval base, shipyards and a port. It is a busy island

  • MR Oct-19#62 T
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION
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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION How Should Classi? cation Evolve to meet the needs of a modern maritime industry? By Arun Sharma, Executive Chairman, Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) Arun Sharma is Execu- tive Chairman of the In- dian Register of Shipping (IRClass) and Chairman of IACS. Courtesy

  • MR Oct-19#53 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
designers. As the redesign cycle)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION designers. As the redesign cycle wound down the Canadian Arctic heated up. Ice class vessels were in demand and unique designs appeared on the drawing boards of many Vancouver companies. Concurrently, Robert Allan Ltd began working for Singapore shipyards and owners designing

  • MR Oct-19#36 MARINE DESIGN  BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB
“I have always)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    MARINE DESIGN BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB “I have always been inspired by ships, today. Most recently it opened an of? ce kick-start, direction and they were entre- “technology management MBA” – be- and I knew by the end of grammar school in Houston, Texas, a move that Faber preneurs,” said Faber in

  • MR Oct-19#31  
with top recipients including South Ko-
rea (#1, with 144)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    2019, burgeoning U.S. crude oil export trades IMO2020, impacting all aspects of Nichol has made the case that increased with top recipients including South Ko- rea (#1, with 144 cargos), Japan (#3 with 74 cargos), China (#4 with 65 cargos) and Chile (#5 with 46 cargos). When smaller off-takers are considered

  • MR Oct-19#29 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
in the event of military activity)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL in the event of military activity, drove an ef- lantic. Transits by other well known, but long to be the ? rst ship through the widened canal, fort at Canal expansion, in the early 1940s, gone, U.S. carriers including Grace Line, sailing westwards. Five days later, in the

  • MR Oct-19#21  
high of 11.9m tons in June. South Korea 
became the largest)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 21

    . The U.S. has continued to increase its crude oil production and exports, with seaborne exports reaching a new record high of 11.9m tons in June. South Korea became the largest importer of US sea- borne crude oil exports, after China all but disappeared from the market as its relationship with the

  • MR Oct-19#19  at the University of Southern Cali- omy and data)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    the ? rst within the areas of digitalization, auton- exercises and workshops involving a both undergraduate and graduate stu- event at the University of Southern Cali- omy and data analysis, this symposium diverse group of stakeholders, common dents. fornia back in 2010. It has also grown provides an essential

  • MR Oct-19#10  complex in Horry 
County, South Carolina, 
Sept. 19, 2018)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    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, Sept. 19, 2018. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 1st Class Jon-Paul Rios. 10 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • OCTOBER

  • MN Sep-19#40  Edgartown Conservation Com-
southeast corner of Martha’s)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 40

    and local reviews. And in Edgartown, MA, yard Wind, off Massachusetts, about 14 miles from the on Martha’s Vineyard, the Edgartown Conservation Com- southeast corner of Martha’s Vineyard. Where power is mission voted to deny Vineyard Wind the right to bury its concerned, this is the real deal: 800 MW

  • MN Sep-19#34  the barges we use in our Southern Fleet,” reports Demske)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 34

    ciency that are built into each new towing vessel.” – Vane Brothers President C. Duff Hughes Credit: Maritime Assoc. of NY/NJ of the barges we use in our Southern Fleet,” reports Demske, ing exceptional power and performance to Vane’s grow- “We were happy to make a lasting business connection.” ing ? eet

  • MN Sep-19#32  St Johns River, just 60 miles south of Jack- GIANT TUGS AND)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 32

    . Today, and as a direct result, a lot more people know exactly where Palatka, Florida is located. By Rick Eyerdam n the St Johns River, just 60 miles south of Jack- GIANT TUGS AND FERRIES AMONG THE PINES sonville, lies the sleepy town of Palatka, Florida. Nestled amid the pines and along the banks of

  • MN Sep-19#16 emergency dockings, etc., or are their clients that  also)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 16

    emergency dockings, etc., or are their clients that also saw your work mix move more to the commer- plan months in advance for work? cial side of the equation. But, you still do a lot of government work, don’t you? What’s the key differ- Give us a sense of how that work evolves. Typically, the ence