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Tourneau Company's Gulf Marine Division recently launched this Marathon Class 82-

SD-C cantilever jackup drilling rig at its

Brownsville, Texas, yard, where it is cur- rently being outfitted for its owner, Keyes

Offshore, Inc., Houston. The new Marathon- built rig is designed for 20,000-foot drilling depths in water depths up to 250 feet. The

Keyes rig is scheduled to be christened on

May 30 as the "Keyes 250."

Two Executives Promoted At

Marine Hydraulics International

Robert S. Walker, chairman of the board, has announced the election of Michael F.

Culp as president and chief operating offi- cer of Marine Hydraulics International, Inc. (MHI), Chesapeake, Va. Mr. Culp formerly served as vice president of contracts and administration. His experience includes serv- ice as quality assurance manager and project manager in the ship repair field.

Robert L. Smallidge

Mr. Walker also announced the appoint- ment of Robert L. Smallidge as manager of materials for MHI. Mr. Smallidge, who for- merly served as sales manager, developed many new customers for the company. He is a 1952 graduate of Maine Maritime Acad- emy; he served with the U.S. Navy for 20 years as a naval aviator.

Keep your cool.

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