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.
Bruce Kasen, vice president, marketing, Timmons & Charles, Inc., has announced the appointment of George S. Mahaly to manager, technical services. Mr. Mahaly joined T&C in 1973, and has previously held the positions of field service section chief and consulting engineer.
Far East-Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) of Singapore has expanded its operations in the United States with the appointment of a U.S. representative. Lovie and Company, Inc. of Houston, spearheaded by Peter M. Lovie, has been selected by FELS
The drillship Petromar North Sea, will be auctioned on November 1, in Singapore Harbor, it was announced by Max Rouse & Sons, Inc., Los Angeles auctioneers handling the sale. Owned by Petromarine Drilling Co., the 380-foot vessel was built by Bethlehem
O & U Drilling, Inc. of Beaumont, Texas, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Beaumont shipyard recently commissioned an offshore jackup drilling rig and announced the ordering of two other rigs. One of the new rigs will be built at the Beaumont yard, and the second at the Singapore shipyard.
P.T. Trikora Lloyd, an Indonesian- flag line, marked the purchase of three vessels at a total cost of $45 million in a recent "changing of the flag" ceremony held at Pier 5, Port Authority in Brooklyn, N.Y. With these vessels, P.T. Trikora Lloyd
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,
Kvaerner, the Norwegian shipbuilding and engineering group and the Finnish ship equipment m a n u f a c t u r i n g c o m p a n y Oy Navire AB, Parainen, have recently announced the intent to merge. When joined with Kvaerner Brug equipment company,
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
Houston Offshore International, Inc., Houston, Texas, has taken delivery on two Sabine-class rigs and has ordered the Sabine V, president Jerry E. Chiles announced recently. The new rig will be built at Bethlehem Steel's Singapore shipyard and is scheduled for delivery in September 1982.