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Keefe Stoichevski



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University of Limerick in Stoichevski began working for

Bonvento Keefe


Matthew Bonvento is the Joseph Keefe is the lead 1986 where he obtained a the Associated Press in Oslo. t: (212) 477-6700 f: (212) 254-6271

Senior Manager for Safety, commentator of MaritimePro- Masters Degree in Industrial In 2003, he left the AP to

Security, Regulatory, and, and Editor Chemistry in 1988. oversee and write for a num-

Quality Compliance for Vanu- of both Maritime Logistics ber of print and electronic

Papavizas atu Maritime Services Ltd. Professional and MarineNews. energy industry publications

Additionally he is a licensing Charlie Papavizas is a partner in the Norwegian capital.

Mulligan instructor in Long Island. He in the international law ? rm He has written thousands of holds a Masters in Interna- Tom Mulligan was born in of Winston & Strawn LLP offshore-focused reports from tional Transportation Man- London in 1958 and grew and the chair of its maritime his North Sea vantage point. agement, and an Unlimited up in Manchester, England. practice group. Hard-to-match access has

Chief Of? cers License as well He graduated Trinity Col- granted him interviews with as a 1600-ton Master license. lege Dublin in 1979 with a hundreds of industry captains



BA Hons Degree in Natural and policy makers across


Sciences (Chemistry). Fol- After a honing the media the globe. William lives and

Dennis L. Bryant is with lowing a period as a produc- campaign of Norwegian works in Oslo. He started

Maritime Regulatory Consult- tion chemist in an electronic green group Bellona (current writing for Maritime Reporter ing, and a regular contributor circuit board manufacturing fuels advisors to the Euro- in 2014.

Business Publications Audit of Circulation, Inc.

to Maritime Reporter. company, he returned to the pean Commission), William 4 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • JANUARY 2017

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