A & P Appledore International Ltd., the marine industry's services group, has been acquired by A & P Appledore (Holdings) Ltd., a company formed by the senior employees of the company. The shares in A & P Appledore International Ltd. were in the
The Philadelphia Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers last technical meeting of the 1976-77 program was at the Mallard Inn, Mt. Laurel, N.J. A paper titled "Modern Wooden Ship—Design and Construction," was presented by co-authors John F.
On December 28, 1973, National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) of San Diego, Calif., delivered the S/S Coronado, a 38,300-dwt tanker to Margate Shipping Company of Philadelphia, Pa. The S/S Coronado, the first of three NASSCO- designed
Liffey Marine, Inc., a unit of the Stolt Group, located in Southeast Asia, has recently placed into service a 190-foot self-propelled multipurpose seagoing barge, the M/S Kildare. The unusual design of the vessel permits extremely economical transportation of a wide variety of cargo.
The Port of Singapore Authority has signed a contract for Imodco to design and engineer a Single Point Mooring terminal system to be anchored in 32 meters (about 105 feet) of water in Singapore Harbor. The single grade buoy will be capable of mooring fully loaded tankers of up to 320,
A four-page, full-color brochure describing the Shaffer Drilling Choke System is now available from NL Rig Equipment. The brochure features illustrations and specifications of the hydraulically operated choke valves, transducers for drill pipe and annulus pressures,
ABB has struck a landmark deal to supply its new compact podded propulsion system on a semi-submersible drilling rig. Santa Fe International Corp. has awarded a $42 million contract to ABB in Norway for the supply of electric propulsion systems
As part of Sembawang Shipyard's $20- million expansion and modernization program, a new $9-million finger pier has recently been completed to supplement the host of other sophisticated facilities at the Singapore yard. The new pier, allowing easier
Floating production has evolved to a mature technology that opens for development oil and gas reservoirs that would be otherwise impossible or uneconomic to tap. The technology enables production far beyond the depth constraints of fixed platforms, generally considered to be 1,400 ft.
A major reorganization resulting in the promotion of several individuals to key positions at Petro-Marine Engineering, Inc., 1141 Whitney Avenue, Gretna, La. 70053, has been announced by John W. Owensby, president. Petro-Marine is one of the nation's largest