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Tom Mulligan - UK

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The drive for January 1, 2020 and meeting the new IMO2020 fuel rules has RIP: John E. O’Malley

Claudio Paschoa - Brazil

Peter Pospiech - Germany been, in a word, manic. I’ve covered many new regulations in my 27 years in this Last month John Edward

William Stoichevski - Scandinavia job, and never before have I seen so much confusion and uncertainty in the market. O’Malley passed away at the age of

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Irina Vasilets vasilets@marinelink.com (OK, to be fair, the Ballast Water Technology rules and systems caused its own con- 88 at his home in Glen Head, NY.

Nicole Ventimiglia nicole@marinelink.com siderable ruckus, but to be fair having seen it drag on for more than 15 years, the time Born in 1930, O’Malley was the son

Corporate Staff lost effectively dulled my senses!). of John J. O’Malley, founder of Mari-

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There remains real and justi? able concern that when the clock strikes midnight on time Activity Reports in 1939. He

Information Technology 2019, there will be problems, big problems in ef? cient operation of ships globally. I proudly served in the U.S. Navy dur-

Vladimir Bibik am the polar opposite of a gloom-and-doom’ sort, but the rapidity of this rule from ing the Korean War, which is where

Subscription announcement to implementation is unprecedented. In regards to fuel, the availability, he discovered his passion for ? ying.

Kathleen Hickey k.hickey@marinelink.com quality and most importantly, price of a ship’s fuel to meet the new regulation is foggy An avid pilot throughout his life, he at best. In the end, the optimist in me suggests that problems will arise, solutions will could often be found at the Bayport,

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Lucia Annunziata annunziata@marinelink.com be offered and vessels will keep schedules traversing the world’s shipping lanes. The NY Aerodrome preparing his PT-26 +1 212 477 6700 ext 6240 big question: At what cost? From this seat no one seems to have an exact answer, and WWII army trainer for a ? ight. When

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This month’s ‘Green Marine’ coverage focuses on a myriad of connected issues to John enjoyed horseback riding and

Frank Covella covella@marinelink.com this main theme. Norway, soon to host the year’s biggest maritime event in the form classic cars. On March 6, 1952 John +1 561 732 1659 of NorShipping 2019, has never been one to shy from aggressively pushing envi- joined the publishing ? rm his father

Mitch Engel engel@marinelink.com +1 561 732 0312 ronmental mandate. So while everyone gnashes their teeth looking at 2020, consider founded in New York City, where he

Mike Kozlowski kozlowski@marinelink.com that Norway has set a January 1, 2026 deadline for “Zero Emission Fjord Cruising,” rose to the position of Publisher of +1 561 733 2477 as William Stoichevski reports starting on page 40. As with any new emission rule, Maritime Reporter & Engineering this will require an ample quantity of research and investment, bringing new think- News, leading the ? rm and growing

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Stoichevski delivers another insightful article starting on page 28 discussing how largest circulation magazine serving

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Norwegian authorities are amassing a ? eet of ? ying drones to ef? ciently hover over the global maritime Industry. During t: +46 411-184 00 roland@orn.nu and sample arriving ship’s stacks – emission sniffers you can call them – to ensure that his career he was an outspoken and

Germany each and everyone is in compliance with the new emission rules. The ‘Green’ cover- tireless supporter of the American

Brenda Homewood

Tel: +44 1622 297123 age is rounded out with Peter Pospeich’s report, starting on page 32, from Germany maritime industry and for decades he brenda@offshore-engineer.com where boxship major Hapag Lloyd is embarking on a world-? rst, the conversion of a was a member of The Society of Na-

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