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for Accidental Oil Spills on the U.S.
Outer Continental Shelf
Kenneth J. Lanfear and David E. Am- stutz, U.S. Department of the Interior,
Statistical Failure Mode Analysis of Sub- marine Pipeline Accidents
William K. Olender, Technology and
Management Systems, Inc., Burlington,
Massachusetts 2:00 p.m. Mission Room A
Session 19: Training
Chairman: Peter Holmes, British Petro- leum, London, England
Vice Chairman: Andre Zownir, U.S. En- vironmental Protection Agency, Edi- son, New Jersey
Results of a Full Scale Surprise Test of
Sun's Major Spill Response Plan
Leon J. Kazmierczak, Sun Company,
Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and T.A.
Crawford, Sun Refining and Marketing
Company, Aston, Pennsylvania
Oil Spill Response Training for Cooper- atives and Individual Organizations
Paul C. Deslauriers, Marine Consultants,
Specialized Training Programs — Oil
Spill Simulation Exercises in a Tank
Truck Rollover Training Course
Clyde B. Strong, The Texas A&M Uni- versity System, College Station, Texas
Innovative Training: Computer Assisted
C.H. Peabody and R.H. Goodman, Esso
Resources Canada, Ltd., Calgary, Al- berta, Canada
The International Maritime Organization
Training Program in Oil Spill Prevention,
Control and Response for Developing
Terrence M. Hayes and Bin Okamura,
International Maritime Organization, Lon- don, England 2:00 p.m. Mission Room B
Session 20: Dispersants II
Chairman: Richard T. Dewling, U.S. En- vironmental Protection Agency, New
York, New York
Vice Chairman: John P. Bennington,
Standard Oil Company (Indiana),
Operational Considerations for Optimum
Deposition Efficiency in Aerial Applica- tion of Dispersants
Gordon P. Lindblom, Exxon Chemical
Company, Houston, Texas; Bryan S.
Cashion, Exxon Research and Engineer- ing Company, Florham Park, New Jersey
Performance Evaluation of a New Ver- satile Oil Spill Dispersant
Kenneth W. Becker and Gordon P. Lind- blom, Exxon Chemical Company, Hou- ston, Texas
Effectiveness, Behavior and Toxicity of
Donald Mackay and Peter G. Wells,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,
Irvine Named General
Manager And Chief
Surveyor For AMT Panama
Archibald (Archie) Irvine has been named general manager and chief surveyor for AMT Panama,
Mr. Irvine, a resident of Pan- ama for the past 30 years, has been working as an engineer and manager of operations for major local and international corpora- tions. He is a licensed surveyor for Lloyd's Register, the Amer- ican Bureau of Shipping, and other classification societies.
A marine engineer, Mr. Irvine also has served as a chief engi- neer with Esso. He offers assist- ance to shipowners with techni- cal surveys, advice and port en- gineering supervision on the re- pair and maintenance of marine
Write 483 on Reader Service Card equipment including diesel and steam machinery.
AMT Panama, S.A. was orga- nized and activated in the fourth quarter of 1982 as part of AMT's
Inc. of Miami, Fla., marine serv- ice network. The new company serves Panama Canal traffic as well as Central American and south Caribbean ports. The office mailing address is P.O. Box 10296.
Panama 4, Panama. Tel. (507) 64- 1435/21-26-29. Telex 368-2720.
IBM Awarded $3.5-Million
Navy Engineering Contract
International Business Ma- chines, Manassas, Va., has been awarded a $3,573,008 cost-plus- fixed-fee contract for an engineer- ing model of the Steerable Hull
Array Beam Former (SHAB),
AN/BQQ-5B(V). The Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington,
D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-83-C-6153).
BIW Awarded $12-Million
For FFG-7 Class Ships
Bath Iron Works Corporation,
Bath, Maine, was awarded a $12,- 948,774 cost-plus-fixed-fee modi- fication for LM 2500 gas turbine engines for fiscal year 1983 FFG-7 class ships. The Supervisor of
Shipbuilding, Conversion and Re- pair, Bath, Maine, is the contract- ing activity (N00024-82-C-2023).
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