Sixty-five thousand pounds of lead donated by ASARCO Incorporated has been used in the construction of a full-scale operational replica of the 12-gun sloop Providence, a colonial warship that was the first to be authorized by the Continental Navy.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point, Md., yard has dedicated the keel for the reconstruction of its second ship in the U.S. Navy's Maritime Prepositioning Ship Program, it was announced recently by David Watson, yard general manager. "The
Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, the oldest four-year naval architecture undergraduate institution in the U.S., announced recently that Edward Campbell has been elected a trustee. Frank J. Graziano, chairman of the board of trustees, stated
Courtney A. Benson, former manager of Peterson Maritime Services, Inc. in Houston, has been appointed manager of the company's newly organized Hazardous Materials Division in New Orleans. William L. Thomas, assistant to Mr. Benson, has been named
The U.S. Navy recently exercised its option to have Avondale Shipyards, Inc., a subsidiary of Ogden Corporation, construct two additional fleet oilers at a total cost of $231.9 million. The Navy also awarded Avondale a $166- million contract to build a landing ship dock.
IMODCO, Inc., 10960 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 90024, pioneer designers and developers of offshore marine terminal systems, has received an important new contract from Exxon USA for a Santa Barbara Channel project and a letter of intent from Societe Entrepose- GTM,
One of the world's largest "shipto- ship" operators, Cayman Energy Ltd., reports that since the beginning of its operations in August in the Cayman Islands, they are now averaging 4 million barrels per month of crude oil transfers and expect this
The National Cargo Bureau has announced the expansion of its services to Guam with the appointment of Capt. William F. Lau as its nonexclusive surveyor. Captain Lau will be responsible for Bureau inspections in Guam and the surrounding area. He was educated in China and Australia,
The American Bureau of Shipping, a 115-year-old ship classification society, has acquired a 21-story building on lower Manhattan for use as its worldwide headquarters. Announcement of the purchase was made by Robert T. Young, ABS president, and James D.
The LaQue Center for Corrosion Technology, Inc., located in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., will present a two-day training course on the "Fundamentals of Corrosion and Its Control" on December 3-4, 1991 at the Blockade Runner Hotel in Wrightsville Beach.