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
Michael W. Marinaro has been named vice president of air power marketing at the Air Power and Construction Division of Worthington Compressors, Inc., Holyoke, Mass. In his new position, he will be responsible f o r marketing and sales activities
McAllister Brothers Inc. recently increased its container feeder barge service between New York, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and New Haven, Conn., with the christening of the McAllister Transporter, a 300-foot ocean deck barge with a capacity of 384 twenty-foot equivalent units (T.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation has signed an agreement with Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Company to represent the latter as a ship repair sales agent in the United States. The agreement was announced jointly in New York by Gilford Rossi, chairman
Worley Engineering has been awarded a contract for the conceptual design and detailed engineering of three new platforms to be installed on the Rough natural gas field off the Humber. British Gas plans to turn the field into a storage facility
As part of an effort by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) to rejuvenate Boston Harbor, the Quincy shipyard, renamed the Fore River Staging Area, will be the site of a $6.1-billion redevelopment project. In 1987 the MWRA purchased the
To characterize the business of carrying oil aboard tankers of any size or route as stable — would be foolhardy at best. But as curious as the market's undulations may appear to those on the outside, it is in fact the market's instability that serves as stability.
Of highest interest in the marine field today is the design and construction of many specialized ships that carry cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Major shipyards in the U.S. and other countries are engaged in building these giant carriers.
John W. Johnson, a leader in finance operations in ocean shipping and other major United States industries for more than a decade, has been elected executive vice president and chief financial officer for Northeast Marine Terminal Company, Inc.
A new non-slip coating, proven in use by the U.S. Navy, is now available as original safety equipment for new or existing ships and offshore rigs, regardless of age. The safety coating is manufactured and marketed by American Abrasive Metals Co.