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The Offshore Annual
CONTENTS NUMBER 4 / VOLUME 78 / APRIL 2016 40
Songa Offshore 26
Aylward Fiberglass 58 20
Georgia Ports Authority
IN THIS EDITION
ANNUAL 10 VESSEL OWNER DILEMMA 40 “GO FISH” Confusion and uncertainty surrounding the Ballast Water Regula- A bright maritime niche is the commercial ? shing sector. MR tion issue will not go away. Planning well can help. continues its series on developments in Fisheries Fleet.
14 Energy Employment
Peter Searle, CEO of Airswift Holdings,
By Steve Candito By William Stoichevski offers insights on positioning now for the inevitable rebound.
58 CONTAINER CRANE MASTERS 26 First Signs of Life?
12 VERIFIED GROSS MASS As containerships have grown increasingly large, ports have had
Good news in the energy sector is hard New rules requiring shippers to provide veri? ed gross mass of to invest mightily in cargo handling systems to keep pace.
to ? nd, yet some signs turn positive.
containers prior to shipping will enter effect July 1, 2016. The question: What took so long? By Henrik Segercrantz
By William Stoichevski
By Dennis Bryant 62 CRANES, WINCHES, ROPE 32 Floating Production’s Future Review of heavy lift technology and technique that is designed to
While ? oating production is down, it make operations safer and more ef? cient.
certainly is not out.
20 DESIGNING FUTURE INNOVATION STAR-CCM+ was a key tool in the design of the innovative Becker
By Jim McCaul
66 “DISRUPTIVE SUSTAINABILITY” 36 O&G Outlook 2016 What is it? What does it mean to your business’ future? A new
By Stephen Ferguson
DNV GL’s Richard Bailey analyzes latest leadership framework emerges, and leaders from ABS, Wärtsilä, results from in in-depth energy sector
Nor-Shipping, ABB & Jotun weigh in.
By Tom Mulligan 24 FIVE MINUTES WITH ...
By Greg Trauthwein Matt Granitto, Business Manager, Evoqua Water Technologies.
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