Gulf Fleet Marine Corporation, headquartered in New Orleans, recently announced the following appointments: Ralph A. Vaccaro Jr. has been named contracts manager and will be responsible, on a worldwide basis, for the administration, negotiation and finalization of all c o n t r a c t s .
James E. Slaughter Jr. has joined Butterworth Tank Cleaning Machines, Inc., Houston, Texas, as sales manager with responsibility for sales in North, Central and South America. In keeping with the current marketing program in place at Butterworth, Mr.
Levingston Shipbuilding Company has launched the Dixilyn- Field 87 (shown above) at its shipyard in Orange, Texas. The triangular shaped, Levingston designed Class 111-C jackup drilling rig is 200 feet by 186 feet by 23 feet. When this self-elevating drilling platform is completed,
The Honorary Consul for Norway, Georg K. Thestrup, has officially opened UNITOR Ships Service's new office and warehouse facilities in Port Jersey Industrial Center. The company's operations in the USA have increased substantially in the past few years,
N.V. Parry, senior vice president of Santa Fe Drilling Co., Orange, Calif., has been named general operations manager with responsibilities for all of the company's drilling rigs in this country and abroad. In other organizational changes announced by president G.
Lockheed Missiles & Space Co. announced that a branch office in Houston, Texas, has been opened for its Offshore Sy°+ems & Services organization. Named as manager of the new office at North Belt Place Three, 340 North Belt East, is James E. Lucas.
The Maritime Administration has received applications from four wholly owned subsidiaries of Tenneco Inc., P.O. Box 2511, Tenneco Building, 1010 Milam Street, Houston, Texas 77001, for Title XI guarantees of obligations. The companies — Shipping Ventures, Inc.
Woodward-Clyde Oceaneering has announced the promotions of Dr. Edward Owens to vice president and general manager and Dr. Thomas Whelan III to vice president and chief geochemist. Both Dr. Owens and Dr. Whelan will be located in the Houston office.
More than 20,000 new jobs were created by 245 plantsites built or expanded along commercially navigable waterways of the U.S.' in the first half of 1979, according to an AWO survey. The 245 industrial facilities represent a 22 percent increase over the first half of 1978.
Lufkin Industries, Inc. has named John Finney to be Eastern regional manager of Lufkin's 'Gear Division. The Eastern region includes the Pittsburgh office, where Mr. Finney is located, and the Baltimore, Cleveland, and New York offices. Previously, Mr.