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Pushboats, Tugs & Assist Vessels
MarineNews March 2019 • Volume 30 Number 3
INSIGHTS 16 Peter Stephaich Chairman & CEO,
Campbell Transportation Company
LEGAL 28 Fuel Cells: industry examines options in race to zero emissions
A maritime consortium recently proved the viability of a hydrogen fuel cell ferry designed for operations in the environmentally sensitive San
Francisco Bay area.
Credit: Port of Indiana - Jeffersonville
By Domenic Carlucci 36 Ports of Indiana:
TOWING COMPANY PROFILE Big Successes, with Big Projects in the Wings
By Tom Ewing 32 Blood: thicker than water?
The late Capt. Beau Payne’s ex-wives unite to run 40 Sub M is here, now what?
P&L Towing to preserve their family legacy. Captain Pat Folan outlines the way forward, especially for
By Lisa Overing the smaller towboat frms. It’s not rocket science, but it does involve common sense.
By Pat Folan
The Information Authority for the Workboat • Offshore • Inland • Coastal Marine Markets 44 DAPI 101: Outreach and Enforcement ON THE COVER
Volume 30 • Number 3 Even as the minimum Random Drug Testing Rate
Pushing ahead in the rap- arine is raised to 50 PCT, the Coast Guard wants its
MARCH 2019 www.marinelink.com
M idly changing waters of U.S. mission to consist of 90% outreach and just 10% inland markets, Chairman
Pushboats, Tugs enforcement. Really. & Assist Vessels
The heart of the U.S. & CEO of Campbell Trans- merchant feet
By Joseph Keefe portation Company, Peter
Stephaich, provides a unique
HYBRID PROPULSION window into what’s just around the next bend. His 48 Marine Hybrid quietly arrives … narrative begins on page 16. positioned to explode
Image credit: Campbell Towing Company Hybrid is not only here, it is growing, and with that
Quietly … positioned to explode
USCG: 10% enforcement; 90% outreach growth it will soon reach far beyond coastal applications.
SubM, Safety & Small Operators
By Robert Kunkel
March 2019 2 MN