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EuroFerrys Takes First Auto Express 101

The first of Austal's Auto Express 101 ferries is scheduled to debut this month for Spanish operator, Euroferrys, across the Strait of Gibraltar. The 331 ft. (101 m) Euroferrys Pacifica is the largest of Austal's flagship Auto Express car ferries ever built,

 

Admiral Loy, Grace Allen Receive Silver Bell Honors

McMullen honored with Lifetime Achievement Award Some of the industry's biggest players and supporters were present to honor Admiral James Loy and Grace Allen at the 26th Annual Silver Bell Awards Dinner on June 17 at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan.

SNAME Los Angeles Section Hears Paper On Arctic Air Cushion Vehicles

A paper entitled "Air Cushion Vehicles for the Arctic" was presented recently to the Los Angeles Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers by Raymond A. Bennett, vice president for commercial development at Global Marine Development, Inc.

FULL FUNDING FOR TWO NEW CARRIERS GIVES NAVY 46% INCREASE FOR SHIPBUILDING

An Update On Navy Spending For Ships, Equipment And Maintenance in FY 1988 There were some nice surprises in the defense budget approved by the Congress late last December. The main surprise was the approval of full funding for two new aircraft carriers.

RAdm. Eustace Named President Of SESCO

Dr. Norman C. Witbeck, president of Columbia Research Corporation (CRC), Arlington, Va., recently announced the election of Rear Adm. Robert J. Eustace, (USN-ret.), as president of System Enhancement Services Company, Inc. (SESCO), a CRC subsidiary.

New Ship Repair Facility At Port Of Portland

Douglas Watson, president and general manager, has announced the formation of West State, Incorporated (WSI) and the opening of their new facility at the Port of Portland Ship Repair Yard on Swan Island, Portland, Ore. This full-service ship repair company was founded, according to Mr.

Ships Built With Foreign Subsidies Might Face Sanctions

After 18 months of talks, the international negotiators have failed to meet their own deadline for a trade agreement to end shipbuilding subsidies, the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) recently announced. "We are extremely disappointed," said John Stocker,

Newport News To Build Four More LNG Carriers At Cost Of $800 Million

Tenneco's Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., has announced it signed letters of intent that could lead to construction of four liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. The world's largest shipyard signed the letters of intent with other Tenneco subsidiaries.

Sources Of U.S. Oil Imports And U.S. Oil Companies' Role In The Mideast

Before the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) rose to power in the 1970s, U.S. oil companies had a major role in both the ownership and operation of oil production facilities in the Mideast. Since then, that role has diminished

Bird-Johnson Appoints Peter J. Gwyn New President & COO

Bird-Johnson Company, Walpole, Mass., recently appointed Peter J. Gwyn to the position of president and chief operating officer. Mr. Gwyn brings over 30 years of marine industry experience to his new position and is joining Bird- Johnson from the Massachusetts Shipbuilders Corporation,

 
 
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