During a recent 10-day project in the Gulf of Mexico for a major E&P company, the use of inertial navigation technology reportedly reduced vessel time by three to five days over the course of the deployment and positioning of seismic data acquisition modules.
Acurex Corporation, Autodata Division, Mountain View, Calif., has published a free eight-page brochure on "Powermeters for Marine Environments." The introduction explains that the Acurex Model 1600A Series Horsepower Measurement Systems are used
A&P Tyne re-delivered the FPSO Haewene Brim to Holland's Bluewater following an extensive upgrading to its process plant and hull maintenance period refit. The vessel will now return to the Pierce Field in the U.K. sector of the North Sea under charter to Shell U.
Harris RF Communications Group recently introduced a new multiband VHF/UHF radio transceiver designed to meet the multimission, multiwaveform requirements of modern international defense forces. The new AN/PRC-117D(E) was introduced by Harris
The new generation of lightweight marine satcom antennas are achieving large savings for shipowners, according to a study recently completed by Navidyne Corporation. Navidyne's vice president of marketing, Jerry N. Wilson, stated that as much as $8,
Richard V. Warden, president of ITT Decca Marine, Inc., 40 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019, has announced the appointment of Peter Bauer as product line manager of echosounders, autopilots and gyrocompasses, of the newly formed Products Management Group; John G.
In August 2001, the Delamar Company received a call from the Engineering Officer aboard the 270-ft. (82.2-m) USCG Cutter Bear. He described an oil leakage problem from the #1 (starboard) reduction gearbox. The stern outdrive shaft's stuffing box
May 3-6, 1982 Houston The technology used to find and produce offshore resources has probably undergone more advancement over the last decade than any other segment of any other industry. The most recent advances will be revealed at the 14th
Expansion of marine petroleum monitoring and processing equipment in the U.S. market was announced recently by Alan Finkel, vice president of marine operations operations for ITT Mackay Division, Raleigh, N.C., a unit of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation.
GALAX Integrated Systems of New Baltimore, Mich., is offering new free literature, including a brochure and data sheets, on their kit-assembled "starship-styled" marine control consoles. The company has now made available a series of high-tech