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As this is our USCG annual with a focus on patrol boats, it naturally stands to rea- $40 billion in investment opportunities in

Science & Technology Editor

Tom Mulligan son that Offshore Oil and Gas graces the the ? oating production sector, starts on page [email protected] cover!

As you read through the June 2021 22.

Production Manager

Irina Vasilets edition, you’re sure to ? nd the lion’s share

Turning attention to the United States vas[email protected] of coverage dedicated to all matters USCG,

Coast Guard recapitalization is Edward

Production & Graphic Design from the ? eet to the tech to the future.

Nicole Ventimiglia

Lundquist, who in typical fashion delivers [email protected]

But we could not resist planting an off- in inside-out look at the USCG investment

Corporate Staff shore oil and gas photo front and center, as in more capable cutters, and not a moment

Manager, Marketing

Mark O’Malley the offshore market – left for dead by more too soon as the service’s legacy ? eet of momalley@marinelink than a few industry pundits – has enjoyed icebreakers, high and medium endurance


Esther Rothenberger its strongest rebound to over $70 per barrel cutters has reached and in some cases far [email protected] following, in Jim McCaul’s words: “the 212-477-6700 ext 6810 exceeded retirement age.

mother of all dips”.

Last, but certainly not least, we take a

Manager, Information Technology Services

Vladimir Bibik [email protected]

While the emergence of the offshore wind deep dive on the future of gas carrier design

Circulation market has, and will continue to garner cov- starting on page 40. It is an understatement

Kathleen Hickey [email protected] 212-477-6700 ext 6320 erage across all of our media family pages, to say that Peter Fitzpatrick, VP, Strate-

Sales print and electronic, it is undeniable that for gic Development at ABS, knows a thing

Vice President, Sales & Marketing the foreseeable future that fossil based fuels

Rob Howard or two about gas ships. Prior to joining [email protected]; +1 561-732-4368 will dominate the world of transportation.

ABS, Fitzpatrick was VP Ship Design and

Advertising Sales Managers

McCaul, head of IMA/WER, has covered

Construction for BG Group, responsible for

National Sales Manager

Frank Covella the energy markets closely, daily for more the technical operations of the company’s [email protected]; +1 561-732-1659 than 30 years, and he said during a recent

LNG vessel acquisition programs. He spoke

Lucia Annunziata [email protected]; interview: recently with Maritime Reporter TV regard- +1 212-477-6700 ext 6240 “The deepwater market over the last ing the future technical trends for the sector,

Terry Breese 30 years has gone through a number [email protected]; +1 561-732-1185 and while there are a plethora of hardware of dips, some major. The ‘mother of all

John Cagni and technology initiatives driving ef? ciency [email protected]; +1 631-472-2715 dips’ has been over the last ? ve years throughout the sector, he said that

Mike Kozlowski or so, and it was horrendous, basically “I think the biggest change which has [email protected]; +1 561-733-2477 putting many companies into big ? nan- the most impact will be the software,

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Ystad, Sweden [email protected]; +46 411-184 00 very quickly. It’s accelerating, and it’s accelerating faster than I expected six

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United Kingdom, France, Italy & Spain

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