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MarineNews September 2015 • Volume 26 Number 9

INSIGHTS 12 Tracy R. Zea Meet Tracy Zea, the Waterways Council’s new

Director-Government Relations, who shares with

MN his insights on the most pressing matters on the inland waterways.

TRAINING & EDUCATION 24 Online Education and Training This emerging technology tool is embraced by

West Kentucky Community & Technical Col- lege’s Inland Logistics and Marine Institute.

By Captain Stan Wallace


Features 26 Boatbuilding Gone Bad Owners, designers, builders and the crew can col- 32 SubM Pushed to February 2016 laborate in a meaningful way to ensure that the The perennial “Year of Subchapter M” has been kicked delivered product meets everyone’s expectations. forward again, this time to February 2016. That means

You can get there from here. that the clock is now ticking loudly for those towing op- erations that have yet to climb onboard the safety train.

By Joe Hudspeth

By Patricia Keefe

CRUDE OIL TRANSPORT 39 Marine Sanitary Devices: Size Matters When it comes to marine sewage, it pays to measure. It 28 New Risks Moving Crude Oil by Rail turns out that the physical size of the equipment itself is As the U.S.

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