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Contributing Writers

William P. Doyle

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John C. O’Malley jomalley@marinelink.com 1 William P. Doyle is the CEO & Executive Direc- perience includes Product Management, Executive tor of the Dredging Contractors of America (DCA). IT Management, Project Management, Quality Sys-

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Gregory R. Trauthwein

Twice a U.S. Senate con? rmed Presidential ap- tem Implementation and both Corporate and Com- trauthwein@marinelink.com pointee to the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission mercial Software Development. Hathaway received (FMC), Doyle has also served on cabinet and ex- his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from

Production ecutive level boards and committees under both The Ohio State University and a Master’s in Busi-

Nicole Ventimiglia the Obama and George W. Bush Administrations. A ness Administration from the Weatherhead School nicole@marinelink.com

U.S. Coast Guard licensed marine engineer, he is a of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Corporate Staff with a BS in Marine Engineering. He is also an at- 5 John LaRese is the Technical Advisor for Exxon-

Vladimir Bibik, IT torney and a graduate of the Widener University Mobil Marine Fuels. He has been with ExxonMobil

Mark O’Malley, Public Relations

Commonwealth School of Law. for over 39 years. Most of his career was spent on-

Esther Rothenberger, Accounting board af? liate Tankers as a Chief Engineer, sailing 2 Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in on-board af? liate VLCCs, Product and Chemical

Subscription energy and environmental issues. Tankers. He has been ExxonMobil’s Marine Fuels

Kathleen Hickey

Technical Manager since 2009. A large portion of marprocirc@marinelink.com 3 Rick Eyerdam is a Miami-based, national award- his current position focuses on the development winning journalist and editor. He is a former edi- of 0.5% Sulphur Compliant Marine Fuels. LaRese

Advertising Sales tor of Florida Shipper Magazine and has served as graduated from Maine Maritime Academy in 1979

VP Sales an adjunct professor of communications at Florida with a B.S. in Marine Engineering.

Rob Howard

International University. Eyerdam graduated from howard@marinelink.com

Florida State University with a double major in Eng- 6 Tom Mulligan is a maritime, science and technol- lish Literature and Government. His articles have ogy writer based in Ireland.

Jean Vertucci appeared in myriad maritime publications.

vertucci@marinelink.com 7 Barry Parker of bdp1 Consulting Ltd provides +1 212 477 6700 4 John Hathaway is Director of Product Manage- strategic and tactical support, including analytics

Tony Stein ment for ABS Nautical Systems, with overall respon- and communications, to businesses across the tony.r.stein@btinternet.com sibility for the entire NS Fleet Management Suite. maritime spectrum. The company can be found on- +44 01903 8830 73

Since joining ABS in 2007, Hathaway has held vari- line at www.conconnect.com ous roles of increasing responsibility within Nautical

Dave Weidner

Systems. With extensive experience in Corporate IT 8 Michael J. Toohey is President and CEO of the weidner@blueworldpartners.com within the marine and offshore industries, his ex- Waterways Council, Inc.

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