$430 Million Joint Venture to Eye Gas Ships Next '.' Gulf Energy Maritime PJSC, or GEM, is a new $430 million joint venture shipping company, launched last month. Headquartered in Dubai, GEM is owned by Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) (35%);
Senior Technical Advisor to the U.S. Coast Guard in Washington, D.C., Robert J. Lakey, has resigned from the Coast Guard to join the marine consulting, brokering and trading firm Helge Ringdal, Inc., 1100 Milam, Suite 2775, Houston, Texas 77002.
The 55th Annual Convention of The Propeller Club of the United States, and the concurrent 1981 American Merchant Marine Conference, will be held in Baltimore, Md., on October 14, 15, and 16. Headquarters hotel for the event, which is being hosted by the Propeller Club Port of Baltimore,
Leading executives of Poland's shipbuilding and associated industries recently visited Eastern, Midwest and Gulf areas of the United States. The visitors included Andrzej Adamczyk, director, Ministry of Heavy Machinery (Warsaw) ; Mieczyslaw Tokarz,
Stockholders overwhelmingly approved changing the name of Moore and McCormack Co., Inc. (listed NYSE, Pacific Coast) to Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. at a special meeting held at the company's new headquarters, One Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn.
W.H. Banks, president of Chevron Shipping Company in San Francisco, has been elected chairman of the board of the American Institute of Merchant Shipping (AIMS) for the next 12 months. The change in leadership was announced by outgoing AIMS board chairman J.
Raymond International of Delaware, a wholly owned subsidiary of Raymond International Inc., 2801 South Post Oak Road, P.O. Box 22718, Houston, Texas 77027, has been awarded a contract for over $11 million in conjunction with the expansion of the Port of Warri, Nigeria.
In August 2000, Congress directed the President to appoint a group of experts to study the policy of the United States conwith respect to the oceans and make recommendations for changes. The legislative mandate was broad - covering protection of
No stranger to the cruising industry, Pamela Conover, president and COO of Cunard Line Ltd. Could undoubtedly be the reason behind the company's continual ability to capture and hold on to the rich British history that it has sustained since its establishment in 1840.
The appointment of John E. Lescroart as vice president, C.F. Bean Corp.'s Washington, D.C., office has been announced by Charles F. Bean, board chairman of the New Orleans, La.-based international dredging and marine contractor. Mr. Lescroart's