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Publisher & Editorial Director

Greg Trauthwein tra[email protected] ture maritime fuels under consideration,

What, exactly, does ‘green marine’ mean

Offshore Energy Editor

Bartolomej Tomic to you?

As media covering this indus- with insights on the pros and cons of each. [email protected] try since 1939 – myself personally since Everyone reading these pages knows all

Science & Technology Editor

Tom Mulligan 1992 – the ‘green marine’ mantra has been too well that there is no single silver bullet [email protected] bandied about seemingly forever, and until solution to the emission reduction mountain

Production Manager most recently, mainly as a marketing slogan ahead, but that doing nothing is no longer

Irina Vasilets [email protected] rather than true, positive action toward an option, particularly if your company is

Production & Graphic Design improving one’s carbon footprint. (In fact, if intended to be a long-term player in this

Nicole Ventimiglia [email protected] you’re reading this title in its paper format space. His story starts on page 24.

Corporate Staff delivered by truck or plane, you might want Featured on this month’s cover is Ben

Manager, Marketing

Mark O’Malley to consider switching quickly to the elec- Kinnaman, founder and CEO of Greensea momalley@marinelink tronic delivery method as it just might count Systems and recent spin-off Armach Robot-

Accounting positively for your company on the carbon ics. I have known Ben and the Greensea

Esther Rothenberger [email protected] credit ledger … you never know!) brand for more than a decade, and per 212-477-6700 ext 6810

I write this from Houston and the 2022 previous cover story coverage in sister

Manager, Information Technology Services

Vladimir Bibik [email protected]

Offshore Technology Conference. While publication Marine Technology Reporter,

Circulation the OTC is, understandably, a mere shadow he is a man on a mission to not only build

Kathleen Hickey [email protected] 212-477-6700 ext 6320 of its former self – a rough guesstimate of a growing and successful business, but also about one-third of its former self – what’s an innovator with … as the headline on


Vice President, Sales most striking to me from the ‘Energy page 34 says … a Technology Heart and a

Terry Breese [email protected]; +1 561-732-1185

Capital of the World’ is the plethora of signs Maritime Soul. Armach Robotics was cre-

Advertising Sales Managers that the offshore oil and gas industry is now ated to be a Robotics as a Service solution

National Sales Manager

Lucia Annunziata touting “decarbonization” and “new energy” to provide shipowners globally with a clean [email protected]; +1 212-477-6700 ext 6240 solutions. and ef? cient hull. While charting the path

John Cagni ‘Green Marine’ is all around us, and while and pace of any start-up is uncertain, Kin- [email protected]; +1 631-472-2715 the mantra gains volume and pace, the fact naman and his mission were perfect fodder

Frank Covella is that still today the maritime sector oper- for coverage, as he and his growing team [email protected]; +1 561-732-1659 ates mostly as it always has: burning diesel embody the legions of inventors and in-

Mike Kozlowski [email protected]; +1 561-733-2477 fuel to deliver the bulk of the world’s goods novators, dreamers and creators that will un-

Gary Lewis from point A to point B, hands-down the doubtedly play a role – small and large – in [email protected]; +1 516-441-7258 most effective and environmentally kind the global maritime industries push toward

International Sales

Scandinavia & Germany means to deliver masses of goods globally. both digitalization and decarbonization.

Roland Persson

But change is underway.

Orn Marketing AB, Box 184 , S-271 24

Ystad, Sweden

This month I am pleased to welcome [email protected]; +46 411-184 00

Oslo-based journalist William Stoichevski

Germany, Austria & Switzerland

Tony Stein back to our pages. William is a long-tenured [email protected] +44 1892 512777 and seasoned energy journalist, and I asked

United Kingdom, France, Italy & Spain him to deliver ‘the future fuels manifesto’

Paul Barrett which examines the wide variety of fu-

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Gregory R. Trauthwein

Health, Essex CM11 1PU UK [email protected]; +44 7778 357722

Editor & Associate Publisher [email protected] Founder:

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Charles P. O’Malley [1928 - 2000]

John E. O’Malley [1930 - 2019]

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