Allen R. Stern has been named president of Ingram Exploration Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingram Corporation, New Orleans, La., it was announced recently by James A. O'Neill, Ingram president. Ingram Exploration was formed in late 1979
Albert R. Schultz has joined R.J. Brown and Associates in Houston as manager of the newly f o r m e d Offshore Terminals & Floating Production Systems Division. Mr. Schultz comes to RJBA after more than 12 years' experience in the design, engineering and construction management of harbors,
Hamburg, Germany May 26 - 30 With e x h i b i t o r s registered from 18 countries, what is said to be the largest and most comprehensive international port exhibition and conference, Portex '81, is slated to open at the Hamburg Exhibition and Congress Center on May 26, 1981.
The ability of ship repair yards to quickly, efficiently and effectively get ships in and out in the least possible amount of time is cornerstone to their very existence. Southwest Marine in San Diego has recently adopted an advanced, automated floating dry dock control system,
New area offices in Perth, Australia, and Singapore have been established by Jet Research Center (JRC) of Arlington, Texas. The facilities will provide the complete range of JRC explosive technology to the petroleum, marine construction, and dredging industries.
Oerlikon Welding Industries, Houston, Texas, has announced several key appointments. Jim Finley has joined the company and will have sales responsibility in the Western states. Mr. Finley joins Oerlikon after several years experience with manufacturing companies and welding distributors.
Valmet Corporation in Finland and the engineering and consulting firm Foster Wheeler Petroleum Development Limited in the U.K. have signed an agreement calling for technical cooperation with respect to offshore projects. The pact is part of Valmet's arctic offshore strategy,
Fredeman Shipyard Inc. has appointed John W. Sansing general manager. The yard, which employs about 120 people, is located 17 miles north of Cameron, La., at the confluence of the Calcasieu River and the Intracoastal Canal. Mr. Sansing's shipyard