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  • Edwin G.B. Terry has joined the sales staff of Tidewater Marine Service, Inc., a unit of Tidewater Inc., according to Sam S.

    Allgood, vice president of the worldwide offshore marine support company. Mr. Terry, who was previously vice president and director of marketing for TRW Mission Manufacturing of Houston, Texas, will be headquartered in Houston and be responsible for accounts in the Texas Gulf Coast area for the New Orleans, La.- based company.

    Mr. Terry is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA degree from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. He has an extensive background in marketing and marketing research and communications, especially in the area of petroleum-related drilling and production equipment. Mr.

    Terry joins David Antill in Tidewater's Houston sales office.

  • begins initial operation on August 15, it will become the fourth shipyard owned and operated by the Morgan City, La.-based company. The Central Texas Gulf Coast location was chosen, according to Swiftships president Jerry L. Hoffpauir, for two very specific reasons. "First, tug-supply and large crewboat

  • for new construction, repair, and conversion projects for both commercial and U.S. Government customers. Conrad’s five shipyards along the Louisiana-Texas Gulf Coast provide enclosed fabrication facilities, state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, multiple drydocks, and an experienced workforce to meet the

  • provides the power needed for towing, maneuvering and docking the newer and larger tankers, LASH and containerships calling at ports along the Texas Gulf coast. Fitted with Kort nozzles and twin screws, the C.R. Haden is designed to work equally well under confined harbor conditions, in narrow ship

  • upgrading of the Bay-Houston fleet. Cecil R. Haden. president of the Houston-based firm that is now the largest harbor tug fleet operating on the Texas Gulf Coast, christened the tug Captain W.D. Haden, named after the company's founder. The other three vessels were christened by the family members

  • than a couple long days.  Nonetheless, the project met both the Owner and SOFEC expectations. “We were interested in contracting this work on the Texas Gulf Coast,” Signori said. “We were sure the proximity of SOFEC in Houston to a Gulf Coast fabricator would provide an advantage.  And given that the local

  • than a couple long days.  Nonetheless, the project met both the Owner and SOFEC expectations. “We were interested in contracting this work on the Texas Gulf Coast,” Signori said. “We were sure the proximity of SOFEC in Houston to a Gulf Coast fabricator would provide an advantage.  And given that the local

  • a new high level of service called R.S.V.P. for vessels making port in or near New York, San Francisco, Houston, Aransas Pass and Galveston, Texas, and Morgan City, La. Mr. Gutman explained the new R.S.V.P. service by saying: "Our three-way agreement provides each other's customers with the same

  • The Galveston Office of Designers & Planners, Inc. has been redesignated as the Gulf Coast Office, and has been relocated in Dickinson, Texas, midway between Galveston and Houston. Monroe Levy, vice president and manager of the Galveston Office, retired from D&P on December 31, 1980. However

  • of the offshore market, Jim Darby has recently been appointed sales engineer for Bird- Johnson's Gulf Coast office located at 6430 Hillcroft, Houston, Texas. This assignment represents an expansion of the company's regional resources. Mr. Darby will work in conjunction with the Gulf Coast regional manager

  • maneuvering systems. Mr. Darby will manage Bird- Johnson Company's Marine Division sales office located at 6430 Hillcroft, Suite 112E, Houston, Texas 77081. Since joining Bird-Johnson as Gulf Coast sales engineer in 1977, Mr. Darby has provided area customers with technical and sales information

  • Suderman & Young Towing Co., a Houston, Texas-based towing firm with operations throughout the Western U.S. Gulf Coast, has announced the election of N. Claxton Rayzor as the company's president. Mr. Rayzor joined the oil field service industry after graduating from Rice University. In 1957, he

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