California SNAME Sections Announce Joint Meeting
The Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has announced details of the California Sections joint meeting, to be held in conjunction with the Northern California Section and the San Diego Section on October 13, 14 and 15. The meeting place is the Marriott Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara.
This is an annual affair for the California members of the Society, at which one of the sections acts as the host. For this year, it is the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section, and once again the committee selected the familiar site where they have gathered before. The theme for the joint meeting is "ENERGY— Transportation, Estimation and Regulation." The papers to be presented on Saturday morning will address these matters in a reverse order to that indicated by the theme statement.
1. "Regulatory Process for New Marine Related Energy Projects," by Joseph W. Kock Jr., supervisor-Marine Transportation, Pacific Marine Associates, and Western LNG Terminal Associates.
2. "Estimating for Offshore Energy Development," by Harold D. Ramsden, manager- Program Development, Global Marine Development Inc.
3. "Alaskan Transportation—An overview of some aspects of transporting Alaskan crude oil," by Stanley Factor, senior naval architect, and Sandra J. Grove, senior evaluation analyst, Atlantic Richfield Co.
These meetings also have a social aspect associated with them. Those attending, members, guests and visitors are all encouraged to invite their wives. The arrival and registration on Friday evening is usually the occasion for meeting friends, renewing acquaintances and making new ones. The following morning, while the formal events of the meeting are in session, separate activities will be arranged for the ladies, followed by a joint luncheon with the members at noon. In the evening, there will be a dinnerdance, to which all are invited. For Sunday morning, a special brunch is planned at a prominent local restaurant.
Robert T. Young, national president of SNAME, will be the guest speaker at the Saturday afternoon luncheon. Another distinguished guest at the meeting will be Robert G. Mende, secretary and executive director of SNAME.
The acting chairman for this meeting is Robert R. Rourke, West Coast representative, J.J. Henry Co. His assistants for papers and arrangements are John R. Malone, General Electric Marine, and C. Richard Schaeffner, Global Marine Development Inc. For more information, contact William A. Hood, West Coast Shipping Co., 1052 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles, Calif. 90051.