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Daewoo Delivers Second $80-Million Pacesetter Rig To Santa Fe Drilling

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Heavy Machinery Ltd. in Korea recently delivered a second semi-submersible drilling rig to Santa Fe Drilling Company of Orange, Calif. Both rigs constructed for Santa Fe Drilling, a subsidiary of Santa Fe International Corporation,

 

General Dynamics Christens Its First LNG Carrier Built For U.S. Trade

The Lake Charles, first liquefied natural gas tanker built by General Dynamics to transport LNG to the United States, was christened recently at the corporation's Quincy, Mass. shipyard. When she goes into service, Lake Charles will carry LNG from Algeria to the U.

OUTSTANDING SHALLOW-DRAFT PASSENGER VESSELS

With U.S. shipyards busy building and converting a number of passenger vessels, cruise boats and ferries, the editors of MR/EN have put together a feature on 10 of the most notable shallow-draft passenger vessels delivered in the past year, which include nine newbuildings and one conversion.

1,000-Foot Bulk Carrier M / V Lewis Wilson Foy Joins Bethlehem Steel's Great Lakes Fleet

The newest 1,000-foot vessel on the Great Lakes, Bethlehem Steel Corporation's M/V Lewis Wilson Foy was recently placed in service. Designed and constructed by Bay Shipbuilding Corp., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 54235, a subsidiary of The Manitowoc Company, Inc.

Sigmaform Introduces GK-A60 Multi-Cable Transit System

—Literature Available Sigmaform Corporation of Santa Clara, Calif., is offering a free fourpage color brochure on their new product line GK-A60 Multi-Cable Transit System that is designed to pass multiple cables from one compartment to another and maintain fire, gas and watertight integrity.

Unique Conversion Job Completed By LEEVAC

The completion by LEEVAC Shipyards of a one-of-a-kind, highly specialized vessel conversion for Cal Dive International (CDI), a worldwide full-service oilfield diving contractor, was announced recently by Jerry Bostic, president of LEEVAC Corporation.

Brazil's S t a t e - O w n ed Docenave Acquiring Ten Big Bulk Carriers

Either directly or through wholly owned subsidiaries, the Brazilian shipping company Docenave, the shipping arm of the State-owned Companhia Vale do Rio Doce mining company, has ordered 10 new bulkers totaling 1,535,200 dwt. Deliveries are scheduled between 1986 and 1988.

Curtis Bay Towing Changes Name

Thomas E. Moran, chairman of Moran Towing Corporation, recently announced that Curtis Bay Towing Company, the 78-year-old marine transportation company, will change its name at its three ports of operation to Moran Towing of Maryland, Inc., Moran Towing of Pennsylvania, Inc.

A S E A STAL A n n o u n c es C o r p o r a t e N a m e C h a n ge

ASEA STAL Inc. is the new corporate name of ASEA STALLAVAL, Inc. This name change is effective March 1 according to the company's president, P.R. Scordo, and is consistent with the name change made by its parent company in Sweden, ASEA STAL AB, (formerly STAL-LAVAL Turbin AB).

Moore McCormack Plans Sale Of Its Two Bulk Shipping Subsidiaries

Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. of Stamford, Conn., has announced its intention to divest itself of Interlake Steamship Company and Moore McCormack Bulk Transport. The Interlake fleet consists of 10 Great Lakes bulk carriers, mostly self-unloaders; Bulk Transport owns three 39,

 
 
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