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2006 Ship Production Symposium Call for Papers

Submissions for the Ship Production Symposium will be accepted in one of two categories: 1. Published paper with a presentation at the conference. 2. Presentation (PowerPoint) at the conference (no paper prepared for publication). The goal for the SPS sessions is 2/3 published papers with presentations, and 1/3 presentations only. The SNAME Ship Production Committee, composed of the NSRP Ship Production Panel Chairs, will make the determination as to which submissions will be accepted. While any topics related to ship production will be considered, this year’s theme is Design/Build and What's In Between! Papers relevant to this theme might include, but are not limited to, the following: - 3D Modeling - Ship Design Operations (i.e. sortie rates, shipboard firefighting, stores load-out) - 3D Modeling - Life Cycle Issues (assembly/disassembly/removal/re-install) - Design for Production Guidelines - producibility in shipbuilding - Integrated Master Planning and the Role of Simulation - Pre-production Planning based on Common Constraints - space, time, and labor - Facility Capacity Issues and Potential Solutions - Managing Contract Execution and Cost - Effective Change Management - from Contract Award through Delivery - Environmental, Safety, and Health Issues and their Impact on New Design - Modern Design Standards in Naval Ship Classes - HME (Hull, Mechanical, Electrical) - Technology Insertion - the Dilemma


2013 Ship Production Symposium: Call for Papers

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The Ship Production Symposium in conjunction with SNAME’s 2013 Annual Meeting has released a call for papers. The SNAME 2013 Annual Meeting/Ship Production Symposium will be held from November 6-8 in Bellevue, Wash. Deadline for abstracts is June 3.  Please send all submissions to SPSpapers@sname.org. Interest areas include: •Ship Design & Material Technologies •Ship Warfare Systems Integration •Surface Preparation & Coatings


SNAME Journal in Thomson Reuters Web Index

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SNAME Journal of Ship Production and Design Now Included In Thomson Reuters Web of Science Index of Scholarly Literature The Journal of Ship Production and Design (JSPD) published by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has been accepted for coverage in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science Index of Scholarly Literature. The SNAME Journal of Ship Research has been indexed in the Web of Science for many years.


Sname Preview: 2004 SNAME Set for Washington, D.C.

One of the maritime industry's premiere annual events, the 2004 SNAME Maritime Technology Conference & Exposition, is scheduled to grace scenic Washington, D.C., scheduled from September 29 to October 1, 2004. Washington, D.C., the center of U.S. political power, is an appropriate host for the event, as the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) annual meeting and exhibition are well-renowned for bringing together an enviable gathering of the maritime industry's elite


SNAME Houston Conference Unaffected by Hurricane

The following is a message recently posted by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers regarding its annual meeting in Houston: We are pleased to confirm that all arrangements for the 2005 SNAME Maritime Technology Conference & Expo and Ship Production Symposium are intact at the George R. Brown Convention Center and Hilton Americas Hotel-Houston. Hurricane Katrina HAS NOT affected our Conference and Expo plans at these facilities.


Japan Dockyard Introduces Intergraph SmartMarine

Shin Kurushima Dockyard Company has introduced Intergraph's 3D CAD/CAM software into the production phase of its ship projects. SKDY had chosen to standardize on SmartMarine 3D and successfully demonstrated its use of the industry-leading solution with a steel-cutting ceremony. With Intergraph's continuous enhancement of SmartMarine 3D, the solution has out-of-the-box content and functionality to support ship production


Northrop Grumman Awarded LPD Contracts

Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, New Orleans, La., is being awarded a $2,491,389,968 fixed-price incentive contract for construction of two LPD 17 Class amphibious transport dock ships (LPD 22 and 23), with long lead time materials and associated labor for a third (LPD 24). In addition to ship production, this effort will include procurement of long lead material and also inspection, testing, storing and maintaining long lead material


NSRP to Hold Surface Prep Panel

The National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP) Surface Preparation and Coatings Ship Production Panel will conduct its summer meeting on July 19-20, following the NAVSEA Standard Specification for Ship Repair and Alteration Committee (SSRAC) 2007 Meeting (for further information, please visit: SSRAC 2007 Meeting) Presentations at this meeting will include updates on panel projects, updates on coating research activities, and technical topics related to preservation of ships.


R4 Version of ShipConstructor Released

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ShipConstructor Software Inc. (SSI) announced the release of the R4 version of ShipConstructor 2008, an AutoCAD-based ship production design software. In addition to many production-focused improvements, the new version includes an enhanced user environment thanks to AutoCAD 2009 compatibility. “We have introduced changes in key areas including pipe spool drawings, pipe bending output, and production output display options


The Glosten Associates Get New Pres, Employees

L.R. Edgar, III, President, The Glosten Associates (Photos courtesy The Glosten Associates)

The Glosten Associates, a Seattle naval architecture and marine engineering consulting firm announced new leadership changes. The Glosten Associates Board of Directors elected John L.R. Edgar, III, as President effective January 1, 2011.  Edgar will serve as Glosten’s fourth President since its founding in 1958.  William L. Hurley, Jr., having served as President since 2001, will serve as Chairman of the Board. 


Ingalls Delivers NSC Hamilton to USCG

Ingalls Shipbuilding President Brian Cuccias (right) presents a ceremonial key to the National Security Cutter Hamilton (WMSL 753) to Rear Adm. Bruce D. Baffer, the U.S. Coast Guard’s assistant commandant for acquisition and chief acquisition officer, during a delivery ceremony. Also pictured is Capt. Douglas Fears (right), the ship’s prospective commanding officer. Photo by Andrew Young/HII

Huntington Ingalls Industries' (HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division delivered the National Security Cutter Hamilton (WMSL 753) to the U.S. Coast Guard today. The ship will be commissioned in Charleston, S.C., on Dec. 6. "Our performance on the National Security Cutter program is a blueprint


Sharp Slowdown in China Industrial Activity

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The slowdown in Chinese industrial production growth ads to the existing concerns that China is going through challenging times, as Beijing aims for a soft landing and a transition of the economy, BIMCO reported, adding that the demand for dry bulk shipping and container shipping is bound to


RWE Dea Starts Gas Production in Egypt

RWE Dea achieved first production from the Central Treatment Plant

  RWE Dea achieved first production from the Central Treatment Plant (CTP) of the Disouq Development Project in Egypt. Production commenced at an initial rate of 45 million standard cubic feet gas per day. Total production of 150 million standard cubic feet gas per day from the Disouq


North Sea Tiffany Platform to Restart Mid-August

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd said on Thursday its Tiffany production platform in the North Sea was expected to restart in mid-August after a shutdown. On a second-quarter earnings call, CNRL Chief Executive Officer Steve Laut said international production had decreased to 25


Total Restarts Production at St Fergus Terminal

Production at the St Fergus natural gas terminal in Britain restarted on Monday afternoon following an unplanned offshore outage which resulted in reduced production, Total Exploration and Production UK said. The outage at the terminal on the northeast coast of Scotland caused UK spot natural


Offshore Floating Production Market Update

Jim McCaul, IMA

Currently, 320 oil/gas floating production units are now in service, on order or available for reuse on another field.  FPSOs account for 65% of the existing systems, 76% of systems on order.  Production semis, barges, spars and TLPs comprise the balance


GofM 2014 Production Storm Shut-ins Likely Higher This Year

GoM Shut in production: Source EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook, June edition

The risk of Gulf of Mexico 2014 production shut-ins by storms is considered to be higher than last year, according to a recent U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) analysis of the potential for Gulf oil and gas shut-in production during the upcoming months, as follows:


Yuganskneftegaz Stimulates Construction of Wells at Priobskoye

Yuganskneftegaz Group Officials

  Rosneft subsidiary Yuganskneftegaz officially opened two new oil and gas production units at the Priobskoye field, oil and gas production unit–22 and oil and gas production unit–23. The creation of new production units in Yuganskneftegaz is caused by intensive commissioning of


Intergraph Introduce Module Fabrication CAD Control Package

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Las Vegas-based provider of enterprise engineering software for the process, power and marine industries, Intergraph, says it has released Intergraph Smart Production powered by NESTIX, the offshore and shipbuilding industries. Stephen Furze, Intergraph Process


Petrobras Won't Seek SBM Offshore Bids During Probe

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Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA , or Petrobras, will not seek bids from SBM Offshore NV while the Netherlands-based oil production ship leaser is under investigation for alleged bribery in Brazil, said Maria das Graças Foster, Petrobras' chief executive


Floating Production System Orders Outlook

Projected Growth Global Natural Gas Demand  (Quadrillion Btu)

An EPC contract for a production unit can easily exceed $1 billion – and $3 billion for an FPSO has recently been breached.  Overall, this is a $20 to $30 billion annual market.  But, as described below, the sector is hitting some headwinds that could impact future business


Qatar Petroleum plans to invest over 40 billion QAR

 Dr. Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman of QP

  Qatar Petroleum (QP) announced plans to invest over 40 billion Qatari Riyals (QAR) in the re-development of the existing Bul Hanine offshore oil field located about 120 kilometers to the east of the Qatari coastline. The project, which is currently at the pre-FEED stage


Teramoto Iron Works, Eco Marine Power Form Strategic Alliance

Yoshitaka Teramoto, President of Teramoto Iron Works.

Pathway for commercial production of EnergySail and Aquarius MRE System established. Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced that it has taken another major step forward towards bringing its EnergySail and Aquarius MRE System technologies to the market by forming a strategic alliance with Teramoto


Offshore Floating Production Hits Headwinds

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Floating Production inventory continues to grow, but rising costs, shale oil and gas are starting to create significant headwinds Floating production has been one of the most significant developments in the oil and gas industry over the past four decades


US 2014 Petroleum Production: Why Hubbert was Wrong

Combined production of crude oil, gas and condensates in the United States is on course to a hit a record this year, passing the previous peak set in 1972. The rise in output has confounded the famous forecast made by Shell geologist M King Hubbert who predicted that U.S






 
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