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Santa Fe Engineering Names Billy Ennis VP

Billy M. Ennis has been promoted to vice president of Santa Fe Engineering & Construction Co., and assigned to company headquarters in Orange, Calif., as operations manager-marine construction. For the past five years, Mr. Ennis was assigned

 

Techcrane Designs, Builds 125-ton Crane for Midnight Wrangler

Techcrane Global Corporation is a Covington, La.-based marine crane manufacturer/distributor who recently installed Techcrane Model F250-100 onboard Torch Offshore L.L.C.'s Midnight Wrangler. This was a crane custom-designed for Torch with a maximum capacity of 125 tons at 30-ft.

Bethlehem's Newest Jackup Design Can Drill In Water 600 Feet Deep

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's design for the world's largest matsupported jackup drilling rig, the Bethlehem 600, will open an additional million square miles of outer continental shelf to jackup operations. That's a 30-percent increase from current jackup territory,

Gotaverken Arendal Delivers Offshore Rig To Consafe Offshore

The SSV Safe C o n c o r d i a , Gotaverken Arendal newbuilding 911, was delivered recently to Consafe Offshore, Sweden. The offshore rig has been chartered by Phillips Petroleum and will operate at the Ekofisk Field. This is a large, twin-hulled,

McDermott Official Says Marine Building Outlook In Gulf Area Is 'Best Ever

"The outlook for marine construction in the Gulf of Mexico in the 1980s is, in my view, not only good, it is great," Robert E. Howson, president of McDermott Marine Construction, recently told participants in a symposium sponsored by the University

Prudential Agrees To Sell South American Shipping Operations

A tentative agreement to sell all of its South American shipping operations for about $75 million was announced by Prudential Lines, Inc., a U.S.-flag ocean carrier. The purchaser would be Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., a subsidiary of Holiday Inns, Inc.

 
 
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