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CONTENTS NUMBER 11 / VOLUME 78 / NOVEMBER 2016 Lucas Oil 58 24 Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc.

Konrad 36 82 86 (U.S. Navy photo by Liz Wolter/Released) Scania 10 AMERICA NEEDS ICEBREAKERS The U.S. needs to invest in icebreakers now.

86 USS Zumwalt

By Dennis Bryant

VOICES The curious course of one of the more unique ships in U.S. Navy history.

By Edward Lundquist 12 HANJIN’S COLLAPSE: THE HUMAN COST While much focus has been on the ? nancial aspect of Hanjin’s

US NAVY collapse, lost is the impact on the mariners stuck at sea.

24 Forrest Lucas By Joseph Keefe The founder of Lucas Oil is the

Workboats proverbial rags-to-riches story.


By Greg Trauthwein While the workboat industry has become immeasurably safer, 58 BOUCHARD there are still risks aplenty on the waterfront.

By Damon Vaughan

Morton S. Bouchard III pulls no punches discussing the maritime 30 Peter Robert business and the spate of over-regulation infecting U.S. industry. Talking Dutch design with Da- men’s head of biz development. 18 TRAINING & SUBCHAPTER M Adding clarity to the many questions and uncertainties surround- ing Subchapter M.

By Murray Goldberg 70 CROWLEY 36 Ken Konrad Ken Konrad is an innovator and

Robert Grune, SVP & GM of Crowley’s Petroleum Division, 50 COLORFUL VIEW FROM SPACE engineer, a ubiquitous presence discusses the future in the petroleum transport sector.

Connecting color to phytoplankton with novel ? eld technology.

in the steel sector and owner of By Kira Coley “the stern drive specialist.”

By Greg Trauthwein 54 KEEPING COOL 40 Sergio Guedes R.W. Fernstrum has been keeping workboat machinery cool and 74

MCALLISTER Wilson Sons Towage director of functional for nearly seven decades.

ops discusses business in Brazil.

By Greg Trauthwein

Steven J. Kress, is VP of Ops for McAllister Towing and Transpor-

By Claudio Paschoa tation, a company with a history of more than 150 years. 82 POWERING AHEAD Scania continues to ? nd success and opportunity in maritime.

By Greg Trauthwein By Greg Trauthwein 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • NOVEMBER 2016

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