A roundup of some of the most notable vessels delivered by shipyards throughout the world during 1984—selected for their outstanding design features, fuel efficiency, performance, and service characteristics. AMERICAN NEW YORK Daewoo Shipbuilding The
A christening ceremony was held at National Steel and Shipuilding Company (NASSCO) in San Diego recently for the Exxon Valdez, the first of "two 209,000-dwt tankers being constructed for Exxon Shipping Company of Houston. These Alaska Class tankers
George A. Lorenz, Jack T. Trotter and Kenneth W. Waldorf were elected to the board of directors of Zapata Corporation of Houston at the recent annual stockholders' meeting. All will serve three-year terms expiring in 1989. Mr. Lorenz has been a member of the board since 1979.
Oceaneering Production Systems, Houston, Texas, recently announced that Amoco-Gabon Gombe Marin Company, a subsidiary of Amoco Production Company, has awarded Oceaneering International Services Limited a contract to provide a Floating Production
To meet the requirements of the BoTruc project. Bollinger's design group chose ShipConstructor2004. the latest version of the 3-D product modeling software developed by Albacore Research Ltd (ARL). Canada. Bollinger has been using ShipConstructor for more than six years.
Todd Shipyards Corporation has reported improved sales and earnings f o r the first quarter ended June 29, 1980. Todd currently has a backlog of $1.5 billion, and a good earnings trend is expected to continue, the company reported. At its Annual Shareholders Meeting,
Pott Industries Inc. of St. Louis, Mo., has announced that Richard M. Currepce has been named president and chief executive officer of Pott's Offshore Marine Services Division headquartered in New Orleans, La. Mr. Currence succeeds Vern E. Easterling, who assumes the position of chairman.
The inevitable slimming of the ECommerce side of the marine business has commenced, with several majors dropping out of business and others merging. Last month. London-based eshipbroker LevelSeas acquired its main competitor, Houston-based SeaLogistics,