Bill Coleman

  • Three appointments have been made in Crowley Maritime Corporation's International Division, according to a recent announcement by Richard F. Andino, San Francisco, Crowley vice president and general manager of the division.

    Tom Pickford has been appointed manager of marine operations, a newly created position with responsibility for coordinating the division's efforts in all facets of marine equipment evaluation and control. Mr. Pickford was previously i n s t r u m e n t a l in various Crowley joint venture operations, including a recent stint as managing director of a Tokyo-based joint venture service. He is based in San Francisco.

    Bill Coleman has been named division area manager f o r Central America and is based in Mexico City. He is responsible for developing markets throughout Central America and r e p r e s e n t i ng Crowley's interest in TAB, a joint venture with the Mexican steamship company T r a n s p o r t a t i on Maritima Mexicana S.A. TAB provides equipment and services to the oil and marine construction industries in Mexico and Central America. Mr. Coleman brings over 15 years' maritime experience to the position, including service for Crowley in Indonesia and the Caribbean.

    Cecil Payne has assumed responsibilities as project manager of a TAB rock-haulage contract at Dos Bocas, Mexico, the site of a new tanker terminal. Prior to this appointment, he served in a number of capacities for Crowley, most recently as director of special projects for Crowley's Caribbean Division, Jacksonville, Fla.

  • Adrian S. Hooper, chairman and chief executive officer of Interstate and Ocean T r a n s p o rt Company, Philadelphia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Southern Natural Resources, Inc., has announced that John T. Atkinson has been named vice presidentfinancial a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and treasurer

  • Transportation Secretary William T. Coleman has approved the construction of the nation's first two offshore superports. To be built in the Gulf of Mexico, the deepwater ports will be connected to shore storage facilities by buried pipelines. In announcing this decision, Secretary Coleman stated

  • To strengthen its a b i l i t y to serve the marine industry, Hayward Manufacturing Company has formed a new division to be called Hayward Marine Products. The new division combines Mechanical Marine with Hayward Products. This new division will be responsible for design, manufacture, and sales of

  • John E. Lescroart, former Federal Administrator of the Deep Water Port Act of 1974, has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer of C.F. Bean Corporation, New Orleans, La. Mr. Lescroart, promoted from vice president of Bean's Washington, D.C., office, will relocate to Bean's

  • Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the union, but its vision of the future is as far reaching as the ocean lapping at its shores. Taking a page from the University of Rhode Island (URI) motto, “Think Big, We do!,” the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp. (RIEDC) is working hard to position the

  • Basil J. Rusovich Jr. has been elected president of the International Trade Mart of New Orleans, La. Mr. Rusovich, who is president and chief executive officer of Transoceanic Shipping Co., Inc. and its subsidiary, International Export Packers of Louisiana (INTERPACK), was formerly first vice

  • The Hayward Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N.J., has begun the manufacture of 4-inch and 6-inch polypropylene ball valves. The 4-inch valve features Hayward's "fullflow" design. This means the opening through the valve is a full 4 inches—the same as the pipe size. The 6-inch valves feature a

  • The American Samoa Government (ASG) recently announced that Southwest Marine, Inc., a leading U.S. ship repair company that operates three full-service shipyards in California, has been chosen to lease and operate the ASG Marine Railway and Ship Repair Facility in Pago Pago, American Samoa. For

  • The Gibbons Bill that would ban ships built or repaired with foreign subsidies from U.S. ports unless they paid subsidy refunds, was a major topic of discussion at the South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association spring meeting in Port Everglades. While the bill is intended to allow U.S. shipyards to

  • to report on activities within the U.S. Congress aimed at shoring up security in the Nation's ports and maritime areas. At present the main port security bill is S. 1214, the Port and Maritime Security Act of 2001, introduced by Senator Ernest F. Hollings, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science

  • & Public Works Chairman Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Ranking Member David Vitter (R-LA), WRDA was passed in the Senate. Among its many provisions, the WRDA bill contains a number of critically important elements related to the funding of inland waterways lock and dam infrastructure.  Of particular interest

  • MR May-19#78  environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience includes)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 78

    for promoting environmental related services and providing guidance in support of international, national and regional marine environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience includes Product Line Manager for the BALPURE BWMS manufactured by De Nora Water Technologies. Global Ballast Water Treatment TRENDING

  • MR May-19#69  — runs the 
ships — more than a billion dollars  2. Lower emissions)
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    in some cas- It takes a lot of fuel to power today’s gine hours over the same time span. That es, even scheduled downtime — runs the ships — more than a billion dollars 2. Lower emissions extends maintenance and overhaul inter- risk of losing a voyage. Engine reliability worth annually for some larger cruise

  • MN May-19#35  context of an appropriations 
bill, but for an elected representa-
)
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    elected rep- resentative values knowing what is important to his or her constituents. Grant amounts might be “small” in the context of an appropriations bill, but for an elected representa- tive there is no vote that is too small. Many members of Congress provide for their constituents to communicate with

  • MN May-19#34  hubs. Speci?  cally, the bill aims to amend 
tation system)
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    allow greater amounts to be granted for ports, railways, They are where the gears of our nation’s freight transpor- and intermodal hubs. Speci? cally, the bill aims to amend tation system meet and mesh. Every river channel could the Nationally Signi? cant Freight and Highway Projects be dredged clean and

  • MR Apr-19#9  as that is  better. Bravo Zulu, Bill. 
edge technology, 100%)
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    have said it programs, hands on labs and cutting education within a state school system. believer of a public education, as that is better. Bravo Zulu, Bill. edge technology, 100% co-operative education – six months for each and every cadet, 100% membership in the Regiment of Cadets and 100% civic en- gagemen

  • MR Apr-19#8  as a shin- saying, simply, “Bill made the Marshall  Nevertheless)
    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    started out by been, and always will be, it’s people. ton Rose Fulbright, Poten & Partners, his maritime skill and bravery as a shin- saying, simply, “Bill made the Marshall Nevertheless, we pressed and asked him Ridgebury Tankers, Scorpio Tankers, ing example of American courage and Islands.” And,

  • MR Mar-19#12  
passed a critical energy bill called the 
“Grid Transformation)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    be- cause of cost recovery issues for DE. In 2018, however, the regulatory picture changed big-time when VA’s legislature passed a critical energy bill called the “Grid Transformation and Security Act.” This bill reset emerging renewable energy projects as being “in the public interest” an important

  • MP Q1-19#56  incident can start out-
mental bill, which expanded the pool)
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    For example, the 2017 APM veered away from a port-centric approach in the 2007 supple- Maersk cyberattack illustrated how an incident can start out- mental bill, which expanded the pool of eligible port applicants to side the U.S. and have a cascading impact on our ports and all entities covered by an Area

  • MR Feb-19#63  Chartering & Sales
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(503) 228-8691 •)
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  • MN Feb-19#57  recently  Murkowski (R-AK). The bill is cur- documentary. The)
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    John Garamendi (D- ate simultaneously by Senator Lisa Tom Garber, this is his 13th maritime Fairfeld, Davis, Yuba City), recently Murkowski (R-AK). The bill is cur- documentary. The fnished flm will introduced H.R. 550, the Merchant rently awaiting action by the House be an hour long and is expected to

  • MN Feb-19#44  
out interruptions, our monthly bills have been cut in half)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    not Fleet One, our tugs are able to travel to remote areas with- be supported in their business plans. That might be about out interruptions, our monthly bills have been cut in half, to change. For example, coastal services start at $28 per month, $0.49 per minute for voice, and $4-5 per MB for that all

  • MN Feb-19#42  cellular coverage is routinely 
billed as seamless, so-called)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 42

    has always been the dearth of reliable and economical vessel-to-shore communications. Even T in America’s heartland where cellular coverage is routinely billed as seamless, so-called ‘dead spots’ persist. Sometimes, this happens at the worst possible moment for an opera- tor who has myriad far fung assets

  • MN Feb-19#24   
FY2019 Minibus Appropriations bill. Specifcally, these in-)
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    than 60% of them outliving their funding levels for fve projects from monies provided in the intended 50-year design life. FY2019 Minibus Appropriations bill. Specifcally, these in- Locks and dams are critical infrastructure. They keep clude Olmsted (Ohio River): $50 million to fnal completion; waterways

  • MN Feb-19#21  and politically visible.  bill, Mr. Garamendi was unequivocal)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 21

    nation’s security and economy. and transit projects, which are general- gas and crude oil. In championing the ly more publicly and politically visible. bill, Mr. Garamendi was unequivocal Jeff Vogel is a member in Cozen Moreover, the BUILD Transportation in stating that the “U.S. Merchant O’Connor’s

  • MN Feb-19#18 , Manson Construction), Bill Hanson 
(VP, GLDD), Bill)
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    & Dock), Mark Sickles (Sr. Director, Weeks Marine), General Todd Semonite, Dan Hussin (VP, Manson Construction), Fred Paup (Chairman, Manson Construction), Bill Hanson (VP, GLDD), Bill Dutra (Owner, Dutra Group), Tom Smith (USACE), and Jay Cashman (Owner, Jay Cashman, Inc.) February 2019 MN 1

  • MN Feb-19#16  industry is amid a $1.5 billion 
Billion for dredging)
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    and Gulf coasts but for dredging. sector in this regard? Congress, in 2018 alone, appropriated more than $2 The American dredging industry is amid a $1.5 billion Billion for dredging activities. Although infrastructure im- dredging feet expansion. And, I’ve encouraged my stake- provements for the United States

  • MN Feb-19#6  – something 
which DCA CEO Bill Doyle says is “good policy”)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 6

    a dirty word. Hence, our report on the fed- eral government’s new program that pushes the ‘benefcial use of dredge materials’ – something which DCA CEO Bill Doyle says is “good policy” – starts on page 26. Also in this edition, the advent of reliable satellite communications for inland and coastal operators

  • MR Jan-19#54  ‘hybrid’ can reduce your fuel bills by as  for that quick)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 54

    hybrid workboat can also use all three As a matter of full disclosure, I’d be There are a lot of reasons for that real- ‘hybrid’ can reduce your fuel bills by as for that quick towing assignment or ship the ? rst person to tell you that when it ity, and there were a lot of smart people much as 30%

  • MR Jan-19#43  price differen- Who Pays the Bill?
tials) for fuel – a ?)
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    trades, will around in a dynamic marketplace. need to pay an extra $250/ton (a reference number in line with recent price differen- Who Pays the Bill? tials) for fuel – a ? gure Indeed, the pro? t number emerging approaching a stagger- from the income statement starts with Crowley has been a

  • MR Jan-19#4  environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience in-)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    ing guidance in support of international, national and regional Maritime Academy and lead commentator of MaritimeProfes- marine environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience in- sional.com. Additionally, he is Editor of both Maritime Logistics cludes Product Line Manager for the BALPURE BWMS manu-

  • MP Q4-18#40 , slow transit pads a pilot’s billing sheet. That may be overly)
    Nov/Dec 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 40

    that pilots are dismissive of logistical effciency; after try group based in Ontario, with American and Canadian mem- all, slow transit pads a pilot’s billing sheet. That may be overly bership, writes in its current issue of Marine Delivers magazine cynical, but it references major concerns among vessel

  • MP Q4-18#18  approaching a staggering $100 billion  competitors, who may)
    Nov/Dec 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    line with recent price dif- address strategic advantages may be gained (or lost) relative to ferentials) for fuel – a fgure approaching a staggering $100 billion competitors, who may adapt different business strategies than annually – with all else held constant. Liner behemoth Maersk has their peers. Outcomes

  • MR Dec-18#13  a critical  reduction in fuel bills – and optimal ef?  ciency)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    to a considerable long-term sustainability into the framework of every ves- speed loss calculation is performed. This is a critical reduction in fuel bills – and optimal ef? ciency in service sel is now a pre-requisite for every savvy shipping com- measure for understanding vessel performance and fuel

  • MN Dec-18#30  Waterways Opera- The $2.9 billion settlement fund Volkswagen)
    December 2018 - Marine News page: 30

    subM’s requirements and recommend that Workboats See ‘Biggest Bang for VW Settlement Bucks’ the USCG issue a COI. The American Waterways Opera- The $2.9 billion settlement fund Volkswagen agreed tors estimates that Sub M adds about 5,600 vessels are im- to capitalize for distribution across 50 states, tribal