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  1. TECHNOLOGY Vessel movement influences offshore communications system design

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    Mon, 27 May 1996

  2. LNG UPDATE: LNG trade growth to drive vessel demand, set trading patterns

    Increased growth in LNG trade within the next 10 years will directly affect both vessel demand and traditional trading patterns for natural gas worldwide.

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    Mon, 21 Aug 2000

  3. VESSEL EXPERIENCE FACTOR ISSUES CLARIFIED

    S. Sivaraman Exxon Research & Engineering Co. Florham Park, N.J. R.I. Wallace Marine Consultant Surveyor Wirral, U. K. Vessel experience factor (VEF), when developed through proper application of industry guidelines and field procedures, provides a factor that improves the overall accuracy in the ...

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    Mon, 15 Oct 1990

  4. HIGH PERFORMANCE LAY VESSEL HEADS FOR COMPLETION THIS YEAR

    Construction of a new-generation pipelay vessel is nearing completion in Singapore ahead of commissioning and sea trials later this year. Allseas Marine Contractors S.A.'s Solitaire is being converted from a bulk carrier to the world's largest dynamically positioned lay vessel . It will incorporate ...

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    Mon, 6 Feb 1995

  5. Offshore support vessel market to dip

    The market for offshore support vessels will weaken over the short term, because of the Asian economic crisis and low oil prices, but longer-term prospects are more healthy. This is the prediction of Ocean Shipping Consultants Ltd. (OSC), Chertsey, U.K., which said employment of most classes of ...

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    Mon, 19 Oct 1998

  6. Flexibility of Deepwater Construction Vessels Expedites Perdido SPAR, Facilities Installation

    With its giant DCV Balder and SSCV Thialf heavy-lift/pipe lay vessels , Heerema Marine Constructors brings more certainty to Spar deployment in ultra-deep water

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    Thu, 1 Apr 2010

  7. SIMPLE PROGRAM CALCULATES PARTIAL LIQUID VOLUMES IN VESSELS

    Pierre Koch Consultant Brussels A simple calculator program solves problems of partial liquid volumes for a variety of storage and process vessels , including inclined cylindrical vessels and those with conical heads. Engineers in the oil refining and chemical industries are often confronted with ...

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    Mon, 13 Apr 1992

  8. Industry likely to keep pace with LNG vessel demand

    World shipbuilding capacity has kept pace with new LNG vessel demand during the past decade, and shipyards now are being asked to find ways to deliver more ships each year because many more LNG projects are proposed.

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    Mon, 14 Jun 2004

  9. CBI: Industry expected to keep pace with LNG vessel demand

    World shipbuilding capacity has kept pace with new LNG vessel demand during the past decade, and shipyards now are being asked to find ways to deliver more ships each year because many more LNG projects are proposed.

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    Tue, 27 Apr 2004

  10. US bill would extend double hulls to nontank vessels

    Marking the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez crude oil spill on Mar. 24, US Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) introduced a bill that would require the use of double hulls in nontank vessels .

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    Wed, 25 Mar 2009

  11. Lautenberg's bill would extend double-hulls to non-tank vessels

    Marking the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez crude oil spill on Mar. 24, US Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) introduced a bill which would encourage the use of double-hulls in non-tank vessels .

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    Fri, 27 Mar 2009

  12. Planners see 5 days to evacuate spill-response vessels

    Spill-response officials estimate they need 120 hr to move vessels and rigs away from the runaway Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico before the anticipated arrival of any gale-force winds.

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    Mon, 5 Jul 2010

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