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The Shipyard edition is a perennial personal favorite, as shipyards large and U.S. Coast Guard Polar Security Cut-

Tom Mulligan - UK

Lisa Overing - Florida small, near and far, sit at the heart of everything we do at Maritime Reporter & ter. Delivered from Pascagoula, MS

Claudio Paschoa - Brazil

Peter Pospiech - Germany

Engineering News. Shipyards are the bellwether of the maritime industry, as activity to serve in the Arctic, Baczkowski is

William Stoichevski - Scandinavia levels on both the newbuild and repair & conversion sides provide not only a gauge on hoping that this will be only the ? rst

Production business today, but importantly a peak into the future. of many more icebreaker contracts to

Irina Vasilets vasilets@marinelink.com

Nicole Ventimiglia nicole@marinelink.com come. This story starts on page 36

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As anyone with tenure in this industry can attest, the last few years have been chal-

Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager

Esther Rothenberger, Accounting lenging, to put it mildly, driven in large part by the prolonged slump in the offshore oil In a continuation of my trip and in-

Information Technology and gas sector. But the near-term future looks promising, for both the newbuild and terview with Admiral Karl Schultz,

Vladimir Bibik repair sectors, driven by: Commandant of the U.S. Coast

Guard, this month in our ‘Heavy Lift’

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Kathleen Hickey k.hickey@marinelink.com • Environmental Regulation: It is no secret that the maritime industry is being focus we visit with Todd Fuller, squeezed by regulators to reduce emissions and, in general, be a better environ- President, Associated Terminals. I met

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Lucia Annunziata annunziata@marinelink.com mental stewards. The big question is ‘how fast and how far,’ as vessel owners Fuller on a recent trip to New Orleans +1 212 477 6700 ext 6240 mull their strategy to effectively and economically meet the new rules. There is for an on-water, underway visit to As-

Terry Breese breese@marinelink.com +1 561 732 1185 not a single or a simple answer, but as the pace of technology quickens, it ap- sociated Terminal’s mid-stream cargo

John Cagni cagni@marinelink.com pears that quality shipowners are increasingly pulling the trigger to dump older handling operations on the Lower +1 631-472-2715 tonnage and build new. Mississippi River. I was duly im-

Frank Covella covella@marinelink.com +1 561 732 1659 pressed with the operation, a logistical

Mike Kozlowski kozlowski@marinelink.com +1 561 733 2477 • Tech Re? t: In step with environmental regulations, repair and conversion challenge on its best day, put to the business has picked up as the need to ? t ballast water management systems and test recently with the persistent high- scrubbers, for example, have kept yards busy. water on the entire inland waterway

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Roland Persson

Orn Marketing AB, Box 184 , S-271 24 • The Navy: To put it simply, the world today is contentious and unsettled. A heart of this operation – and hence it’s

Ystad, Sweden t: +46 411-184 00 focus on military assets on and under the world’s waterways is projected to position at the center of our ‘Heavy roland@orn.nu increase, domestically and abroad. Lift’ coverage – are Associated Ter-

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Tel: +44 1622 297123 • New Markets: It appears that the U.S. has woken up and discovered the prom- up to 120,000 lb. duty cycle lifting brenda@offshore-engineer.com ise of offshore renewable energy. While it’s a full-generation behind Europe, capacity. Our interview with Todd

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Paul Barrett it’s ‘better late than never.’ With brightest pospects in the U.S. Northeast region, Fuller starts on page 52.

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This year’s shipyard annual is headlined by our interview with Ron Baczkowski,

President and CEO, VT Halter. VT Halter has had a busy year, but the pinnacle surely

Classi? ed Sales +1 212 477 6700 is a contract that has not yet begun: The deal that it recently won to build the ? rst new

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