Zapata Corporation, Houston, Texas, announced recently that it has signed contracts for the construction of three new jackup rigs for its offshore drilling fleet in two Singapore shipyards. The company said the U.S.-flag rigs will be owned and operated by Zapata Off-Shore Company,
Raymond M. Burke, group vice president, Drew Chemical Corporation, Parsippany, N.J., has announced the promotion of Walter A. Smith to director, consulting and technical services, Marine Division. In his new position, Mr. Smith will be responsible
Promet Private Limited, Singapore, recently launched a 165- foot by 140-foot by 18-foot jackup rig, Offshore Jupiter (shown above), owned by The Offshore Company of Houston. The drilling rig, a four-legged, 150-foot water depth, cantilever jackup
German predilection for technological advance permeates all areas of primary business and industrial activity, to the undoubted benefit of the competitive standing of its international market players. In the maritime domain, a clear appreciation
The U.S. Navy has announced the award of a $9 million contract to MarineSafety International (MSI) for shiphandling training services through 1996. The training is a continuation and expansion of services performed since 1987 at the MSI Newport, Rhode Island facility.
In an unusual gesture by a major industrial manufacturer, Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company of Houston, Texas, commissioned nationally acclaimed artist David Kimble to paint an "insider's view" of one of the famed Marathon LeTourneau o f f s h o re mobile,
Earlier this year, the USNS Impeccable and the USNS Stockham recognized the need to make repairs and enhancements on many of the ships' multi-cable penetrations. Reminded about the importance of fire prevention, the ships were looking for a solution
Northville Industries of Huntington Station, N.Y., has announced the receipt of a contract with the government of Panama to conduct the first stage of a crude oil supertanker transshipment terminal on the Pacific Coast. The award authorizes Northville
Literature describing five models of waste water treatment units is available from Omnipure, a division of Sigma-Chapman, Inc., Houston, Texas. Omnipure uses an electrocatalytic waste treatment process for treating black and gray waters when seawater is available.
Imagine a high-pressure water jetting system so versatile that it does everything from removing marine growth on ship hulls to blasting carbonates and hard polymers f r om refinery heat exchanger tubes. The Partek 100 series Liqua-Blaster, ultra-highpressure water