Show Set for May 27-29, Genoa, Italy The next (12th) International Tug & Salvage Exhibition will incorporate the Genoa Workboat Show, bringing two exhibitions under one roof at the international fairground in Genoa, Italy, May 27- 29, 1992,
Two 22,000-hp tugs, the Smit Rotterdam and Smit London of Smit Tak International Ocean Towage and Salvage Company (the Netherlands), recently towed a Concrete Island Drilling System (CIDS) from Nippon Kokan's Tsu Yard in Japan to the north coast of Alaska.
Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company And Combustion Engineering, Inc. Form A Co-Venture To Produce A Self-Elevating Drilling And Production Platform Offering Lower Costs At the time when energy-producing companies are increasingly concerned with
Five tugs of Smit International, i n c l u d i n g the 22,000-bhp Smit Rotterdam, and a Norwegian tug, h a v e towed the deck for the Statfjord B production platform (shown above) from Stavanger, Norway, to t h e Y r k e f j o r d , 36 miles north of Stavanger.
P o r t a b l e , rugged, collapsible rubber drums designed to transport or store gasoline, oil, alcohols, lubricants, water, and other liquids, are available from the E n g i n e e r e d Systems Products Group of Uniroyal, Inc., Mishawaka, Ind.
Transport Minister Otto Lang "piloted" an icebreaker through a frozen channel recently to officially open ARCTEC Canada Limited's new Canadian headquarters. It was a simulated, yet extremely realistic "maiden voyage" in ARCTEC's new ice tank,
John P. Alban has been appointed to the staff of McAllister Brothers, Inc., New York, N.Y., as a manager in their Oil Transport Division. The announcement was made recently by Brian A. McAllister, vice president of the New Y o r k - b a s e d towing and transportation company.
James K. Taggart, president of Tampa-based TECO Transport & Trade Corporation, has announced the signing of a long-term agreement with Freeman United Coal Mining Company of Chicago to supply river transport, ground storage, and coal-loading services for two million tons of U.
Andrew H. Greller and Rupert D. Belt have been promoted to new positions at Ashland Petroleum Company, the largest operating division of Ashland Oil, Inc., according to an announcement by Robert B. Keifer Jr., vice president, marine/surface transportation and facilities.
At the annual meeting; of the American Waterways Operators, Inc., Harold A. Reinauer (Reinauer Transportation Companies, Inc.) was elected to replace James P. Mc- Allister as regional vice president for 1974. Two new directors were elected. Robert M.