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Flory John F, Beazley Raymond A, Pedersen Kristen I: Multi-product swivel joint. Esso Research and Engineering Company, Paris F Donald, October 1, 1974: US3838718 (12 worldwide citation)

A multi-product fluid swivel assembly for handling more than one cargo flow at a time, for use in single anchor leg mooring systems where deballasting to shore is required, where bunkering is desired, or where it is desired to handle more than one product simultaneously. The fluid swivel assembly in ...


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Pedersen Kristen I: Submerged hose arm stabilizing means for single point mooring systems. Sofec, Mann Bertram H, Pugsley Frank B, May 20, 1975: US3883912 (9 worldwide citation)

In a single anchor leg mooring system, the submerged hose arm pivotally connected to the upstanding fluid cargo pipe is provided with a buoyancy tank and ballast weight located substantially outwardly from the pipe and beneath the center line of the buoyancy tank. As the pipe oscillates due to wind ...


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Pedersen Kristen I, Cavanaugh William F: Anti-scour means for submarine structures. Sofec, Mann Bertram H, Pugsley Frank B, January 14, 1975: US3859803 (6 worldwide citation)

An anti-scour skirt is pivotally secured to a structure installed on the sea floor or a water bottom so as normally to extend outwardly from the structure and rest on the sea or stream bottom for preventing scouring or washing by water action of sand and other bottom material from around and beneath ...


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Boatman Terry L, Etheridge Charles O, Pedersen Kristen I, Poranski Sr Peter Frank: Disconnectable mooring system. Sofec, January 24, 1996: GB2291389-A (6 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a detachable vessel mooring system of the kind including a rotatable turret 10 mounted on the vessel and a buoyant mooring element 20 which may be selectively connected by means of a hydraulic connector 209 to the bottom of the turret 10, the method comprising fabricating a ...


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Boatman L Terry, Etheridge Charles O, Pedersen Kristen I, Poranski Peter Frank: Disconnectable mooring system. Sofec, October 27, 1993: GB2266284-A

An improved detachable mooring system (1) is disclosed of the kind including a rotatable turret (10) mounted on the vessel (5) and a buoyant spider buoy (20), secured by chains (22) to the sea floor, which may be selectively connected by means of a hydraulic connector (209) to the bottom of the turr ...


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Kiely William L, Pedersen Kristen I: Mooring and transfer system and method.. Sofec, May 13, 1987: EP0221153-A1

An offshore bulk fluid transfer system and method for its deployment in both shallow and deep water. The system is adapted for transfer of fluids between a tanker and another location. Deep water embodiments of the invention provide for a three and four stair step method for deploying the base on th ...


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Boatman L Terry, Etheridge Charles O, Pedersen Kristen I, Poranski Peter F Sr: Systeme damarrage desaccouplable, Disconnectable mooring system. Sofec, FINLAYSON & SINGLEHURST, March 28, 1993: CA2092522

An improved detachable mooring system is disclosed of the kind including arotatable turret mounted on the vessel and a buoyant spider buoy secured by chains tothe sea floor, which may be selectively connected by means of a hydraulic connector tothe bottom of the turret. The improvement relates to ma ...


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Boatman L Terry, Etheridge Charles O, Pedersen Kristen I, Poranski Peter F: Disconnectable mooring system. Sofec, BUSH Gray L, April 1, 1993: WO/1993/006001

An improved detachable mooring system (1) is disclosed of the kind including a rotatable turret (10) mounted on the vessel (5) and a buoyant spider buoy (20), secured by chains (22) to the sea floor, which may be selectively connected by means of a hydraulic connector (209) to the bottom of the turr ...



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