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  • Incorporating many design concepts from their extensively proven SALM (Single Anchor Leg Mooring) systems, Sofec, Inc.

    of Houston, Texas, has designed and built a new CALM (Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring) marine terminal for installation in 65- foot water depth off Trengganu, West Malaysia.

    Dubbed "CALM-PLUS," the terminal can accommodate tankers to 85,000 dwt during 10-foot waves, and can withstand a maximum wave of 28 feet.

    The underbuoy hose system, a Sofecdesigned "Modified Chinese Lantern" con- figuration, will readily accommodate the large vertical buoy displacements in the relatively shallow water location.

    The terminal is connected to shore by four 18-inch submarine lines, handling crude oil, ballast water, naptha, fuel oil, kerosene, and/or diesel oil.

    A major engineering effort went toward reducing maintenance and facilitating field repairs which may be periodically required.

    All inspection and lubrication ports are easily accessible. Other features include: — The 72-inch main bearing handling mooring loads, fully enclosed in a machined steel housing; multiple Teflon® seals exclude seawater and other contaminants. This modular unit can be repaired or replaced on location. The three turntable roller assemblies are also fully sealed.

    — The product swivel assembly is completely segregated from mooring loads, does not require lubrication, and may be fully maintained on location.

    — In addition, the chain stoppers are attached above water and do not require divers for attachment or inspection. The chains can be vertically tensioned.

    Free literature is available completely describing the Sofec CALM marine terminal.

    For copies, Write 41 on Reader Service Card

  • Keppel Hitachi Zosen (KHZ) has delivered a Semi-Submersible Self-Erecting Tender Rig (SSETR) to Smedvig Asia Ltd (Smedvig). The SSETR was named West Alliance by Mrs. Patricia Chan, wife of Mr. Chan Heng Wah, Drilling Manager of Esso Production Malaysia Inc, at a naming ceremony held in Keppel

  • 13th International LNG/LPG Conference & Exhibition Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 18-21 The 13th International LNG & LPG Conference and Exhibition, Gastech 88, will be held in the Putra World Trade Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from October 18-21, 1988. It will be the first Gastech meeting to

  • Wayne Brinlee formerly division manager in Malaysia for Loffland Brothers Company, has been appointed general manager of the company's operations in Venezuela, and will be stationed at the Maracaibo office. He joined Loffland as a rig superintendent in Libya in 1968, and was promoted to senior rig

  • will feature on the national group stands which are being mounted by the U.S. Department of Trade, the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion, West Germany, and Japan. The Marintec Asia 79 Exhibition is being held in conjunction with the following seminars: "Shipcare 79" — theme of which is

  • 399-5070 E-mail: florence.kosmala@intermoor.com Website: www.intermoor.com CEO/President: Tom Fulton   Employees: 260 With locations in the U.S., West Africa, Brazil, South East Asia, Norway and Mexico, InterMoor has performed more than 2,500 rig moves and has completed preset mooring campaigns in

  • Navies operate on a spectrum between deterrence and defense, to include offensive operation, support of foreign policy, and power projection to civil affair and humanitarian assistance and disaster response.  Many have constabulary responsibilities, and it could be argued that, with the exception of

  • Esso Production Malaysia, Inc. (EPMI) has asked Daewoo Shipbuilding and Heavy Machinery Ltd. to build an offshore oil and gas production plant and to supply a dehydration module for a second plant. The total price of the projects, including owner-furnished equipment, is $35 million. The production

  • Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering (MSE), Johor, Malaysia, has published a 28-page, full-color brochure on the facilities, capabilities and services offered by its ship repair, engineering and shipbuilding divisions. The yard is located on 300 acres of land by the Straits of Johor at the southern

  • —Literature Available Kuantan Port Authority in Malaysia recently placed an order with Penang Shipbuilding Corporation for a Voith Water Tractor as a shiphandling vessel for the newly built terminal in Kuantan. The decision was made after extensive evaluation of different tugboat designs and propulsi

  • The town of Sibu developed its vibrant fast ferry building tradition in the decades after World War II. But it is only more recently that the vessels' fame and their designs have grown to the point that the little town on Sarawak's Rejan River is supplying fast ferries for much of southeast Asia.

  • 553 South Street, Quincy, MA 02169 T: 617 715 7080 E: dtalbot@bluefinrobotics.com W: www.bluefinrobotics.com President: David P. Kelly No. of Employees: 200 Company Profile: Bluefin Robotics, a Battelle Company, develops, builds, and operates Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), subsea batteries

  • MT Apr-19#22  because this disease 
the West Coast of North America)
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    of their range, and we Ochre star. ? ower sea stars once abundant along don’t have data for northern Alaska.” “This is likely because this disease the West Coast of North America, ac- Since 2013, sea star wasting disease has many hosts, and other species that cording to research by Cornell Univer- has

  • MR May-19#90  , UK , 
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  • MR May-19#84  in the blue waters of Key West, Hon-
est Eco’s founding)
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    V VESSELS Squid: The All-Electric Dolphin Watcher Deep in the blue waters of Key West, Hon- est Eco’s founding captain, Billy Litmer, said its dolphin watching tours help their guests “understand and interact with wild- life from a curious yet courteous proximity.” In creating his eco touring company

  • MR May-19#76  gas recirculation 
on the West Coast also have bold strate-
Con)
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    the savings. way that will affect equipment purchases to meet emission standards. Other ports Type of Technology EGR: Exhaust gas recirculation on the West Coast also have bold strate- Con? guration Diverts some of the exhaust gas into the engine’s fresh intake air gies, following the lead of PLB. Function

  • MR May-19#57  loading and depar-
On the West Coast, Foss Maritime (which)
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    , that would be used ket, those that do will require dedicated tug for ship assist and escort work. resources ensure timely loading and depar- On the West Coast, Foss Maritime (which closed its tures and will create a new, niche market for Since 2000, Steerprop has delivered more own West Coast yard

  • MR May-19#56  the  is active all along the West Coast (which 
with ABS)
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    to help maneuver to berth. Crowley because there are fewer ship calls given System (SMS), working sea vessels are dictating the is active all along the West Coast (which with ABS. Rick Iolucci, need for highly maneu- has seen calls by containerships han- the increased capacity of these vessels. General

  • MR May-19#52  share.   The movement to the West Coast saw 
Tjuggernaut)
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    California ports. 31,000 barges, is an economic cludes 164 million s.t. coastwise, 535 s.t. Barges (ATBs) continue to gather share. The movement to the West Coast saw Tjuggernaut. A 2017 study com- million internal (on the rivers and ICW), Vane Brothers, long a mainstay in the a Panama Canal transit for

  • MR May-19#29  in Haugesund, a sleepy town in Western  rules apply below 62)
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    job of NMA principal surveyor, Svein Erik ships in the fjords. Until then, the IMO-recognized sulfur cap Enge, who we meet in Haugesund, a sleepy town in Western rules apply below 62 degrees North latitude, and after January Norway being transformed into Norway’s “clean-tech” cluster. 1, 2026, the area above

  • MR May-19#9  freight 
they can win from U.S. West Coast ports 
in a post-Panama)
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    to rail, who isn’t worried about losing market share to the waterfront, etc. What they are worried about is just how much freight they can win from U.S. West Coast ports in a post-Panama Canal expansion era, with their on-dock rail connections to a very fast class one railway heading east. That’s how

  • MN May-19#38 , up 2% from 2017. In the Midwest – investment will be 
close)
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    in new investments in the Northeast Region, a 2.1% increase over 2017. For the South, new investment will total $160 bil- lion, up 2% from 2017. In the Midwest – investment will be close to $80 billion – a whopping 12.8% increase over 2017. No matter the region, getting this cargo through is vital. 6: No

  • MN May-19#32  of them are just passing 
east-west highway that runs from)
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    destination, I feel reasonably certain that, given the stretch of Interstate 70, that major nature of this highway, most of them are just passing east-west highway that runs from Bal- through, on their way from a remote origin to an equally timore to Interstate 15 in Utah. It is remote destination. not

  • MN May-19#16  of bringing business to Southwestern Illi-
nois. That said)
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    all working toward a ACE – doing enough to promote, improve and main- tain inland river infrastructure today? common goal of bringing business to Southwestern Illi- nois. That said; his prior experiences serving as an Aviation Yes. I think Marad has done a great job in helping en- Planner at East-West

  • MP Q1-19#28  jumped 6.8  The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled)
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    to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and trans-Paci?c strings. SeaTac Surges Loaded container volume at the Port of Jacksonville jumped 6.8 The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled a record-breaking percent year over year to 879,934 TEU in 2018. The port handled 775,522 TEUs in international volumes in

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  • MR Apr-19#47  the RNLI’s inshore  south-west of the country were the)
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    south-east England and Exmouth in the lifeboat and there are four Shannon class water, even at top speed.” shop for supporting the RNLI’s inshore south-west of the country were the ? rst to boats in the organization’s relief ? eet. All-weather Lifeboat Center The ? rst Shannon class lifeboat was named

  • MR Apr-19#41 WARSHIPS • WORLD NAVIES
The Royal Malaysian Navy frigate)
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    WARSHIPS • WORLD NAVIES The Royal Malaysian Navy frigate KD Lekiu (FFG 30) arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in prepara- tion for Rim of the Paci? c (RIMPAC) exercise. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jimmie Crockett MALAYSIA ROCS Yueh Fei (PFG-1106) is one of the

  • MR Apr-19#38 WARSHIPS • WORLD NAVIES
World Navies
Common challenges)
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    WARSHIPS • WORLD NAVIES World Navies Common challenges, different solutions BY EDWARD LUNDQUIST avies operate on a spectrum between de- mer Dutch cruiser that was laid down before World The new classes will include 12 littoral combat ships terrence and defense, to include offensive War II, acquired by

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    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% 72.7% Grand Total 33.1% 29.4% 21.3% 18.8% 15.6% 17.2% 18

  • MR Apr-19#17  the  also looking to the west, on the landside,  ratchet)
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    M MARKETS: OSVs ing, recrewing, training, resupplying the also looking to the west, on the landside, ratchet up oil production dramatically in the majors looking at the big offshore vessel is contractually covered or other- speci? cally to the Permian Basin, where the next few years. As Permian

  • MR Apr-19#16  falls to $5,036/day. 
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    Hornbeck Offshore (HOS), Evercore need to get into the mid $20,000/day handlers and PSV. Analytical work by tive day rate falls to $5,036/day. ISI’s West explained to clients: “The ex- range to allow vessel operators to break the VesselsValue analysts noted: “… act timing for a recovery to occur in

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    For perspective, equity analyst James the supply and demand dynamics which ternational OSV sectors, the problem market quickly moving in owners’ favor. West, who covers the sector at New York breed volatility. is determining if they are temporary It became quite common for there to be based investment

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  • MR Mar-19#54  tection range. 
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    in any water produced by reverse osmosis ? lterable water sample with a wide de- aboard accommodation barges operat- tection range. ing offshore West Africa. The QGA test Designed for low-solids, low-biomass kit has been in constant use over the concentration applications, the speed past four