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Towboats, Tugs & Barges
Marine News April 2023 • Volume 34 Number 4
Contributors 3 2 1 4 7 5 6 8 1 Tom Ewing uting writer for Marine News and MarineLink.com.
is a freelance writer specializing in marine, energy and envi- ronmental issues. He contributes regularly to this magazine. 5 Philip Lewis is director of research at Intelatus Global Partners. He has ex- 2 Pat Folan tensive market analysis and strategic planning experience in is a partner in Tug & Barge Solutions and has operated tow- the global energy, maritime and offshore oil and gas sectors.
ing vessels from Maine to Corpus Christi, Texas, including the Alabama Rivers, Lower Mississippi, Great Lakes and 6 Barry Parker
Erie Canal. Tug & Barge Solutions exists to help companies Barry Parker of bdp1 Consulting Ltd provides strategic and mariners adapt and then grow with Subchapter M. and tactical support, including analytics and communica- tions, to businesses across the maritime spectrum. He is a 3 Jim Kearns freelance writer and regular contributor to this magazine.
is special counsel in the ? rm’s Maritime Practice Group, where he focuses on maritime transactions. He sits on the Board of 7 Jeff Vogel
Directors for Inland Rivers, Ports, and Terminals Inc. is a partner in Cozen O’Connor’s Transportation & Trade
Group. He focuses his practice on strategic and operation- 4 Robert Kunkel, al matters affecting the United States maritime industry president of Alternative Marine Technologies and First and on government contracts across all industries.
Harvest Navigation, served as the Federal Chairman of the Short Sea Shipping Cooperative Program under the 8 Jacob Whitson
DOT’s MARAD from 2003 until 2008. He is a past VP is the CORE Program Manager at CALSTART, the na- of the Connecticut Maritime Association and a contrib- tional U.S. clean transport nonpro? t.
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