Knutsen OAS Shipping of Haugesund. Norway, is no stranger to international shipping circles, with roots back to 1896 when the founder of the Knutsen company bought his first vessel. Today, the company operates one of the most sophisticated and modern fleets of purpose- built shuttle tankers,
Excerpted from a speech to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Annual Meeting AWO is the National Trade Association representing over 300 members active in various facets of the inland and coastal barge and towing business.
Advanced navaids from Krupp Atlas Electronik include the FCC type-approved 7600-8600 Series of 16-inch Rasterscan radars, more than 800 of which have been sold worldwide since their introduction four years ago. Also these radars hold Japanese
The role of vessel classification societies continues to change dramatically. As the role ancl relevance of class is liotly debated, MR/EN picked the brains of the industry's major classification societies to analyze both their individual and collective future.
The Copenhagen-based yard Burmeister & Wain, recently delivered the Petrobulk Jupiter, the 11th ship in a series of Panamax product tankers. The vessel has gone on time-charter to Shell International Marine Ltd. for a period of five years. This
There are 2,511 identified pending, probable and possible subsea production wells forecast (base case) worldwide over the next six years. Some 18 percent of these subsea completions will be installed in North America, 30 percent in Africa/Mediterranean,
"Back to the drawing board" is the message to designers of new vessels, as ballast water management is to become a major consideration in the design of new vessels following the approval by IMO of a series of measures aimed at reducing the effects
In view of the interest now being shown in using coal as a cheaper alternative to oil for fueling ships, Lloyd's R e g i s t e r of S h i p p i n g has produced a new booklet, "Guidance Notes for the Burning of Coal in Ships' Boilers." The Notes
Tano Marine Systems, Inc., New Orleans, La., has been named the Single System Vendor (SSV) responsible for integration of the complete propulsion system for a new oceanographic survey ship. The contract was awarded by Avondale Industries, Inc.
Waller & Associates, Inc., naval architects and marine consultants of Houston, has been chosen by American Tankships, Inc. and its parent Ingram Company of New Orleans to provide plan approval and engineering services to support Ingram's tanker