Port Authorities Directors

  • James J. Scott Jr. of Sea-Land Service, Inc. has been named executive director for the Port Authority of Jebel Ali, a new Mideast port due to become fully operational in the second quarter of 1979. Announcement of the appointment has been made by Sea- Land following the signing of a 10-year contract between the U.S.

    containership company and the ruler of Dubai, Rashid bin Said A1 Maktoum, providing that Sea- Land will provide certain technical services to the newly created port authority.

    Mr. Scott will be responsible for Jebel Ali's containerized, breakbulk and liquefied petroleum gas terminals, as well as the operation of the port's tanker berths and other specialized waterfront facilities. A major aim of the authority will be the development of industry in the port district.

    Mr. Scott was previously managing director of the Jacksonville (Fla.) Port Authority, and previous to that was engineering director for the South Carolina State Ports Authority.

    In his new post, Mr. Scott will report directly to Bernard E.

    Czachowski, Sea-Land's executive vice president-affiliated services, a branch of the company administering all activities not directly involved with containership operations.

  • The American Association of Port Authorities concluded its 69th annual convention, held in Norfolk, Va., recently with the election of officers and directors for the coming year. Don Welch, executive director of the South Carolina Ports Authority, was elected president of the Association that

  • James R. Kelly, director of the Delaware River Port Authority's World Trade Division and a past president of the North Atlantic Ports Association, has been named to succeed executive director William W. Watkin Jr. as head of the bistate agency. Mr. Kelly will also assume the new title of president wh

  • The appointment of John E. Savage as general manager of port sales to succeed Hendryk S. Weeks who has retired, it was announced recently by Anthony J. Tozzoli, director of the Port Department of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Savage, who previously was special assistant to Mr.

  • , and has since been assigned to special projects development, generally in the Central Gulf Coast area. His primary area of responsibility will be the Port of Pascagoula. Prior to joining Ryan-Walsh, he had been port director at Gulfport for the Mississippi State Port Authority, holding that post since

  • and directors were reelected to serve new terms on the board of the U.S. Committee: treasurer—Bernard Gelman, supervisor and financial analyst, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; regional vice presidents — J.P. Gray, vice president, Matson Terminals, J.C. Jessen, director of traffic

  • In an attempt to tap into the Port of Baltimore's export business, the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority has recently opened its new inland port. Baltimore offers shippers some major advantages when compared to Philadelphia. The Port of Baltimore is physically closer to the key industrial city

  • staggered three-year terms and representing five membership categories: water carriers, waterway shippers, shipyards and other waterway services, port authorities and other public members and associations. Berdon Lawrence, now completing his first term as conference chairman, is president of Hollywood

  • ro/ro and container vessels provides the most comprehensive ocean cargo service in the U.S./Puerto Rico trade to San Juan from six East and Gulf Coast ports. A 12-year steamship veteran, Mr. Lugo most recently was in charge of the Puerto Rico operations of Transamerican Trailer Transport (TTT), which

  • Ranking Korean maritime and diplomatic officials visited the Port of Oakland for the formal signing of a Sister Port affiliation between the Port of Oakland, Calif., and the Port of Inchon, Republic of Korea. Heading the Korean delegation were Young Woo Chang, director general, Planning and Managemen

  • The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a major marine terminal operator in the Port of Hamburg, Germany, have successfully linked their Electronic Data Exchange (EDI) systems to create an international interchange of oceanborne cargo information. The announcement was made by Lillian C.

  • J. Ron Brinson, former port director and now special projects coordinator of the Port of New Orleans, was elected chairman of the National Waterways Conference, Inc., at the organization's annual meeting. Brinson succeeds Craig E. Philip of Nashville, president and CEO of Ingram Barge Co., who

  • MR Nov-19#83  escorting large ships from the port through a narrow channel)
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    (pictured), “the winch has been developed for render and recovery op- signed with long pitch lead to allow the erations when escorting large ships from the port through a narrow channel into diamond shaft carriage under extreme the open sea.” As most tech developments, this one was envisioned to solve a loads

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    after Mikhail Laza- rev, a prominent Russian admiral and explorer known for his discovery of Antarctica. The tanker was ordered by Sovcom? ot to transport crude oil for the Novy Port project, under a long-term agreement between Sovcom? ot and Gazprom Neft. The ceremony was attended by Oleg Melnikov

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    . The number of legal cases arising cates and healthcare – a practice that is lems. Twenty years of cost comparisons of that initial examination is important.” from this increases every year. It is com- fraught with risk. The prudent shipowner between ‘managed’ visits and the typical Butakova continued

  • MR Nov-19#76  to  tion and/or repatriation. importance of PEME tests are under-)
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    That’s because, unfortunately, often the To ensure the continuity of sampling and attesting that they are medically ? t to tion and/or repatriation. importance of PEME tests are under- testing, an objective evaluation of test perform the duties they are to carry out Direct and Indirect costs are entirely

  • MR Nov-19#74  the use of Rotor Sails & support sustainable shipping.
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    TECH FILES Schottel Propulsion for Emission-Free Push Boat The agreement between Wärtsilä and Norsepower will pro- mote the use of Rotor Sails & support sustainable shipping. Wärtsilä, Norsepower Sign Agreement The technology group Wärtsilä and Norsepower, a provider of low maintenance, software operated

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    , 2020 emissions compliance.” but meet the compliance requirements of the IMO’s regulations. Open-loop technology has been en- dorsed by the IMO, but some ports around the world seem to be denying the scienti? c evidence that informs and sup- ports the IMO’s 2020 regulations. Some are even banning open-loop

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    offered the best way to meet the IMO’s GHG emissions targets – both in terms of cost- effectiveness and in terms of GHG emis- sions. The author of the report, Dr. Lind- stad, concluded that the use of HSFO with scrubbers offered the most bene? ts to marine and port environments and, as a result, human

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    S SHIPMANAGEMENT FLAG “As a shipping company that is part of an oil company, our pri- mary role is managing marine risk, our secondary role is trans- porting oil.” Steve Herron, GM of Fleet Operations, Chevron Shipping Photo: Chevron and develop. A certain trust has devel- tal regulations adopted by the

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    VOICES BORIANA FARRAR, VP, SENIOR CLAIMS EXECUTIVE & COUNSEL, AMERICAN P&I CLUB Boriana enjoys giving back to the community which has sup- ported her throughout her ca- reer, pictured here with Martin Davies, the head of the Admiralty Law Center at her alma mater Tulane Law School, where she recently

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    infrastructure will be pared to absorb the additional costs, parties do not make it easy for opera- high-quality images and video around in place to support their ? eets. They particularly when we consider the very tors to adjust speeds subject to arrival the world enables our surveyors to ac- will also

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    have an cyber security specialist services to our combined with analytics facilitating industry has ever seen. internal innovation team. Instead we portfolio of offerings, again to ensure the move away from time-based in- The only comparable change affect- had technical departments focused that we

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    of turbines that can be trans- Even those built 6-7 years ago are too weight and capacity of the existing larg- in up to 80 meters water depth. “The Vol- ported per cycle (on board of today’s in- small and they are retro? tting larger est wind turbine,” says Eknes. taire will be able to install at unrivalled

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    OFFSHORE WIND THE INSTALLATION FLEET Brave Tern and Bold Tern in port of Esbjerg Source: Fred. Olsen Windcarrier watt (MW) turbines could be available tractors and there are questions over neck in handling these large turbines You really need big machines, bigger in the timeframe of those projects.

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    and disposed of in an appropriate man- acts as an agent of the shipowner and will In order to create a set of regulations vessels which call on European ports or ner. Another important outcome of the oversee either parts of the ship recycling that speci? cally targets the practice of anchor off the European

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    it is designed primarily for operations with limited or no logistics the new PSC will be to carry out the an- Meet The “Fleet” scienti? c research. support. The vessel will accommodate nual “break out” of McMurdo Sound to The PSC, however, will not be “just 186 crew and research personnel for resupply

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    areas, such as oil The Coast Guard’s icebreaking ? eet capable ? eet but currently does not have Vice Commandant Adm. Robert Ray, and gas development, ports, railways, is in a precarious predicament. To say the capability or capacity to assure ac- speaking at the American Society of and infrastructure

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    so far, so fast. Without sup- there were design criteria in a Z-drive the neatest things that ZF did was they that goes to the vessel. We worked with port, particularly when it’s a new ap- that could be improved. sent their head of R&D to Memphis for ZF to change the design and spec of the plication

  • MR Nov-19#36  your inactions.”
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    in or you are 100 percent out. There’s no in between. And you have to be 100 percent responsible for your actions and for your inactions.” • Safely Transporting Cargo: “If you don’t safely transport cargo, you don’t have a place in our industry. • Service To Customers: “Everything is about customer service

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    WORKBOATS THE OSV MARKET HORNBECK (HOS) vessels at Port Fourchon. Photos: Basil Karatzas Maritime Medical Assistance Worldwide • Medical services for crew members in the Ports of Call • Evacuation and repatriation services for crew members and passengers, including doctor’s escorts on commercial

  • MR Nov-19#26  locations for large off-
new opportunities for acquiring renew-)
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    energy market in search of “If we go back a few years before this tracking and reducing methane emission prove to be ideal locations for large off- new opportunities for acquiring renew- name change announcement, we can in all its natural gas value chain, working shore wind farm projects. able assets in

  • MR Nov-19#24  State’s economic development  ported goods and services.”)
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    now in the United States. Laura Smith, USA Director for Atlas Professionals from renewable energy? NJ wants to de- to the State’s economic development ported goods and services.” opportunities. She notes a sincere com- velop 3.5GW of OFW. Will that be built team, who could not ? nd the report. • Production

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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND Public Of? cials Face Detailed Decisions – needed sooner, not later… AOT is working to develop a new port, speci? cally con? gured to serve Atlantic Ocean wind projects, on 30 acres along the Arthur Kill tidal strait between Staten Island and New Jersey. Boone Davis

  • MR Nov-19#20  her practice on marine trans-
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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND Joan Bondareff is of counsel in Blank Rome’s Washington, D.C., of? ce who focuses her practice on marine trans- portation, environmental, regulatory, renewable energy, and legislative issues. She currently serves as Chair of the Virginia Offshore Wind Development