May 4-7, 1981-Houston The Offshore Technology Conference is the definitive international forum on ocean resources exploration and production. OTC attained this distinction early in its 12-year history and continues to build on its own success
The twin superseiners Sea Chase and Chiriqui II were christened recently at Peterson Builders in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. The Sea Chase, launched last December, departed Sturgeon Bay at the end of July under command of Capt. Gregory Chase, whose wife, Renee, christened the boat.
Comsat TeleSystem, Inc. of Fairfax, Va., announced recently that John M. Pientka has been elected to the newly created position of vice president, Mobile Satellite Systems, and that B.L. (Pete) Brooks has been named vice president of the company's
Despite a parceling of marine business to the Far East, the British commercial and naval marine construction base has fought to maintain an edge in certain niches. VT Halmatic has been one of the more progressive and aggressive British companies
A. William Perigard, president of COMSAT Technology Products ( C T P ) , has announced that Charles A. Zito has been elected to the newly created position of vice president-marketing and development. He will assume responsibility for the management of CTP's corporate marketing,
Norway's PGS Geophysical renewed its global satellite communications agreement with Telenor through June 2005. The current agreement calls for Telenor to continue to provide its fully managed Sealink service to a PGS Geophysical fleet of 14 high-tech
Frank W. McBee Jr., chairman and president of Tracor, Inc., has announced that the temporary suspension of the company by the Department of the Navy was lifted, effective November 22, 1985, and that Tracor has resumed contracting activity with government agencies.
Marine Management Systems, Inc. (MMS), Stamford, Conn., was awarded a contract to supply their IBM PC-based Planned Maintenance System (PMS) for Amoco Transport Company, according to an announcement made by MMS vice president Don Logan. This contract
Marcel P. Joseph has been elected executive vice president of Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), Washington, D.C. He will report to COMSAT president Irving Goldstein, and will be responsible for the management and operations of all of COMSAT's business units.
Comsat of Washington, D.C., announced that Bruce D. Smith has been elected president of Comsat Technology Products, Inc. In this newly created position, Mr. Smith is responsible for the management of the corporation's telecommunications equipment manufacturing and marketing activities.