BIG EQUIPMENT SEALIFT HEADED FOR ALASKAN N. SLOPE

Barges loaded with what the carrier calls the largest, heaviest equipment modules moved to Alaska's North Slope are scheduled to reach Prudhoe Bay in August. The sealift is being conducted by Crowley Marine Services Inc., Seattle, which is moving the modules on an 8,000 mile trip that began in June off Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico (OGJ, May 31, p. 18). Barges loaded with items for use in oil and gas operations headed for the Panama Canal and then the U.S. Northwest to Puget Sound.

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