Jennifer Olszewski

  • Maersk Durban (Jennifer Rickmers) is the series vessel adopting a new panamax length design of 964.7 ft. (294 m).

    Hanjin has developed and designed the vessel themselves, and have attracted orders 32 units, making it one of the most popular design in its class.

    The ship has been designed to move flexibly both in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans through the Panama Canal. This ship offers the maximum intake of 5,060 TEU, the largest intake capacity among the Panamax class container ships at present. It is composed of six holds, each capable of holding 1 stacks of hicube containers and also equipped with cell guides exclusively for 40 ft. containers together with fittings for the 20 ft. container, which enhances loading flexibility. On deck it is even more flexible due to the loading ability of 20/40/45 ft. containers including separate loading facility for special cargos like dangerous cargoes and 454 refrigerated FEU.

    The accommodation is equipped with convenient facilities for a total of 35 person including accommodation for 6 Suez-canal crews. Recent sea trials show a marked reduction in noise and vibration levels. An HSD-built MAN B&W 9K90MC-C has been mounted, providing a trial speed of 23 knots when operating at 15% sea margin (90% MCR) at the scantling draft of 13.5 m.

    Needless to say, the supply material and accessory features are arranged based on the environment-friendly design. The major machineries and electronics are the ones whose performance has been verified through plenty of testing periods for the easy operations and also has been selected among the makers familiar to the operators.

  • first new tug, Crown Point, was delivered on April 20, 2015.    6305 NW Old Lower River Road Vancouver, WA 98660 Telephone: (360) 759-0310 E-mail: jennifer@tidewater.com Website: www.tidewater.com CEO/President: Bob Curcio     (As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News

  • , the Karen K., is being operated by the Stokes Towing Company, Inc., Greenville, Miss. Sponsors of the M/V Cindy Celeste were Cynthia Helen Lay and Jennifer Celeste Lay, daughters of B&H Towing president Buck Lay. The M/V Elizabeth Dewey was christened by Elizabeth Marie Dewey, daughter of Western

  • References Brian A. Pellerin, Brian A. Bergamaschi, Robert J. Gilliom, Charles G. Crawford, JohnFranco Saraceno, C. Paul Frederick, Bryan D. Downing, and Jennifer C. Murphy, 2014, Mississippi River Nitrate Loads from High Frequency Sensor Measurements and Regression-Based Load Estimation, Environmental Science

  • handicap  of 8) and future courses of cruise on his 33-ft. Grady White, he is proud of the legacy he has left and is particularly proud that his daughter Jennifer remains at the helm of MacArtney Northeast Operations.  “What I’m most proud of is building a business and seeing it grow from one customer in North

  • as 4,000 hulls will be impacted and not all are active in the American Waterways Operators’ (AWO) Responsible Carrier Program. Within this edition, AWO’s Jennifer Carpenter explains why inland stakeholders are so adamant that these rules come to pass. Other sectors – blue water for the most part – are pushing

  • boats.   420 Megan Z Edgewater, FL 32132 Telephone: (386) 423-2900 E-mail: bcgpinfo@whaler.com Website: www.brunswickcgp.com General Manager: Jennifer Butera     (As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News

  • standards advance interstate commerce, better protect the environment, and hold true to the Constitutional order on which national prosperity depends.Jennifer A. Carpenter is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The American Waterways Operators.This article first appeared in the March

  • firm that specializes in the application of high-level mathematics to modeling, simulation and signal processing. Last month MTR caught up with Dr. Jennifer Brower to discuss the company's position in the marketplace and outlook for 2014 and beyond.   Please discuss your background, how you came to your

  • the Kittiwake's commissioning, the new cutter also received a new commanding officer. Lt. j.g. Schoonover turned command of the ship over to Lt. j.g. Jennifer Cook, a 1998 Coast Guard Academy graduate, coming from a tour as the combat information officer and administration officer aboard the CGC Rush

  • ceremony aptly included a celebration amidst a few celebrities, a taste of Broadway and entertainment that truly characterize the Big Apple. By Jennifer Rabulan, Assistant Editor "Size does matter," said actress Kim Cattrall, who was chosen to serve as the Norwegian Dawn's godmother. The 'Sex

  • the vast majority of tank barges, is a firm believer that SGEWW can be carried on the water safely. In endorsement of the Coast Guard’s proposal, Jennifer Carpenter, AWO’s executive vice president, emphasized the organization members’ “strong record of success in moving environmentally sensitive cargoes

  • MT Oct-19#22  in 
microplastics biologist Jennifer Brandon, lead author)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    actually being left behind in our fossil record,” said Scripps University in the United Kingdom found plastic micro? bers in microplastics biologist Jennifer Brandon, lead author of the the guts of nearly three-fourths of the organisms collected in study that appeared recently in the journal Science Advances

  • MN Mar-19#53  Names   
Dreyfus VP, Alaska 
Jennifer Cohen has been appointed)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    units including defense, aero- Cohen Policy & Legislative space, infrastructure, alternative en- Affairs Director Matson Names Dreyfus VP, Alaska Jennifer Cohen has been appointed by ergy and marine. She comes to Vigor the Port of Los Angeles as its new Di- Matson announced that Branton B. following

  • MN Mar-19#27 . Federally-centered, na-
Jennifer A. Carpenter is Executive)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 27

    consumers.” Within the past year, the impose a maze of restrictions on ves- federal government has also fled law- sel operation. Federally-centered, na- Jennifer A. Carpenter is Executive Vice suits and undertaken regulatory action tionally consistent standards advance President and Chief Operating Offcer

  • MN Mar-19#26 , American Prosperity
By Jennifer Carpenter
“The ease of)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 26

    COLUMN OP/ED Smoother Sailing: Consistent Regulations Critical to Maritime Commerce, American Prosperity By Jennifer Carpenter “The ease of moving people and tal truth about the healthy functioning of the American cargo on America’s waterways is a com- economy: that a nationally consistent regulatory

  • MN Mar-19#8  
for  MarineNews. A graduate 
Jennifer A. Carpenter is Ex- of)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 8

    in Business Administration from the Connecticut Maritime Associ- University of Houston. ation, he is a contributing writer for MarineNews. A graduate Jennifer A. Carpenter is Ex- of the Massachusetts Maritime ecutive Vice President and Chief Academy, Kunkel sailed as a li- Operating Offcer of The Ameri-

  • MN Mar-19#4 .com           
By Jennifer Carpenter   
Tel: 631-472-2715)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    Regulations Tel: 212-477-6700 ext 6220 Fax: 212-254-6271 Critical to Maritime Commerce John Cagni • cagni@marinelink.com By Jennifer Carpenter Tel: 631-472-2715 Fax: 561-732-8063 Frank Covella • covella@marinelink.com Tel: 561-732-1659 Fax: 561-732-8063 Mitch

  • MT Jul-19#51  processes are major factors. 
Jennifer Pallanich
© Equinor.)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    with prob- Industries business. The risk associated lems, he says. with the speci? c operations and the vari- ables in the processes are major factors. Jennifer Pallanich © Equinor. Photographer: Roar Lindefjeld and Bo B. Randulff Barrier management is crucial, she said, Cellula Vancouver, BC, Canada; President/C

  • MN Jul-19#39  a uniform, national program. Jennifer Car-
That’s a great set)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 39

    progress and success, based on streamlined and ef? cient compliance requirements from marine businesses. the bene? ts of a uniform, national program. Jennifer Car- That’s a great set of goals. The clock is ticking. penter is AWO’s Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Of? cer. It’s her assessment

  • MT Mar-19#68  connection systems. By Jennifer Pallanich, OEDigital)
    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 68

    the Ap- risers, SFX wellhead solution, modular compact pump and tara lightweight compact tree for deployment next year.” subsea connection systems. By Jennifer Pallanich, OEDigital.com Image: Baker Hughes March 2019 68 MTR MTR #2 (66-79).indd 68 3/11/2019 4:43:09 P

  • MR Feb-19#52  FILES: Oil Spill Remediation
Jennifer Pallanich
Jennifer Pallanich)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    T TECH FILES: Oil Spill Remediation Jennifer Pallanich Jennifer Pallanich is Offshore Engineer’s Houston correspondent and a veteran oil and gas journalist writing about the technologies that move the oil and gas industry forward. She authors a weekly column on OEDigital.com. Oil Spill Calculator Image

  • MR Oct-18#39 ?  cant career mile- president Jennifer Boykin attended the )
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    , a few years ago I had and interest in shipbuilding. Our current and they were modeling the way they reached some signi? cant career mile- president Jennifer Boykin attended the hoped their family members would be stones and realized I’d never properly Merchant Marine Academy, and sev- treated. said

  • MN Dec-17#34  founded by retired Colonel Jennifer Pritzker, IL 
they needed)
    December 2017 - Marine News page: 34

    was Opened in 2003, the Pritzker Military Museum & Li- getting ready to move the PT-305 to Lake Pontchartrain, brary was founded by retired Colonel Jennifer Pritzker, IL they needed assistance for transportation. Our foundation ARNG to raise awareness about military history and vet- has strong military

  • MR Nov-17#115  to 
Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin.
support construction)
    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 115

    (BS Cruise), will provide technical con- operations. He will report to Newport News sultancy and newbuild supervision services to Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin. support construction of the oceangoing luxury expedition cruise ship, MS World Explorer. HII’s Technical Solutions Appoints Two MS World

  • MR Jul-17#56  Bono and Eni  support.  
Jennifer Boykin, who previously)
    July 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    and administrative neering and design. Southall succeeds ments. She will report directly to Gary Fincantieri CEO Giuseppe Bono and Eni support. Jennifer Boykin, who previously served Gysin, President and CEO. CEO Claudio Descalzi signed a Memo- in the role before being named presi- randum of Understanding

  • MR Apr-17#62  in the role of account  Jennifer Tombaugh, president of)
    April 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    destinations are network. drew Cassels, MBA from University of Miami. best explored by both land and sea,” said • Damian Seipel in the role of account Jennifer Tombaugh, president of Tauck. Eley to Take over as Polarcus CEO Global Maritime Names Thomassen executive. Seipel has over 16 years of “Tauck Small

  • MR Feb-17#54  train Alaska’s next 
Manager, Jennifer Butera, and Director)
    February 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 54

    departure of BCGP General commercial and ? nancial activities. Albwardy Marine Engineering and Da- Workers, which will train Alaska’s next Manager, Jennifer Butera, and Director Both have been with Hansa Heavy Lift men Shipyards Sharjah have of? cially generation of advanced manufacturing since its

  • MR Feb-16#56  customer 
(AWO) said that EVP Jennifer Carpen- mance testing)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    Operators heat exchanger design, thermal perfor- begin offering a wide range of products ment CargoSmart’s online customer (AWO) said that EVP Jennifer Carpen- mance testing and ? uid system design. and services to the Canadian shipping service and ocean carrier analytics so- ter has been promoted

  • MN Oct-16#53  (BHGI) recently 
introduced Jennifer Lorenc as its most 
recent)
    October 2016 - Marine News page: 53

    experience. He began his career in 1982 at E&B Marine. Bristol Harbor Group Welcomes Lorenc Bristol Harbor Group (BHGI) recently introduced Jennifer Lorenc as its most recent addition to its naval architecture and marine engineering practice. Jenny is a recent graduate of Webb Institute where

  • MN Aug-16#89 , cargo con-
E-mail: jennifer@tidewater.com
tainers)
    August 2016 - Marine News page: 89

    com- Vancouver, WA 98660 modities: grain, re? ned petroleum products, Telephone: (360) 759-0310 ethanol, liquid and dry fertilizer, cargo con- E-mail: jennifer@tidewater.com tainers, wood products, and project cargo. Website: www.tidewater.com Tidewater’s operating area spans 465 miles CEO/President: Bob

  • MN Aug-16#16  performance.
General Manager: Jennifer Butera
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ECENT IGHLIGHTS
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    August 2016 - Marine News page: 16

    from 30 to 40 E-mail: bcgpinfo@whaler.com feet in length, every model is designed Website: www.brunswickcgp.com for high performance. General Manager: Jennifer Butera R / ECENT IGHLIGHTS D H / C :ELIVERIES ONTRACTS Brunswick recently launched the newest iteration in its IMPACT RHIB line-up. The new

  • MR Jun-16#79  con- theless, AWO EVP & COO Jennifer Carpenter hailed 
cern)
    June 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 79

    Sleep Ef? ciency on Vessels in the Tug/Towboat/Barge Industry Human error related to operator fatigue is a major con- theless, AWO EVP & COO Jennifer Carpenter hailed cern in all freight operations. Beyond this, 7 to 8 hours of the report, saying, “The TRB study is the latest contribu- sleep per

  • MN May-16#12  advice to the Coast Guard 
Jennifer A. Carpenter
on every)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 12

    , more cost-effective regula- tions and policies to protect people, the environment and property. TSAC has provided advice to the Coast Guard Jennifer A. Carpenter on every signi? cant rulemaking that’s affected our industry over the last 25 years, from the implementation of the Oil Pollution Act

  • MN May-16#8  con- theless, AWO EVP & COO Jennifer Carpenter hailed 
cern)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 8

    Sleep Ef? ciency on Vessels in the Tug/Towboat/Barge Industry Human error related to operator fatigue is a major con- theless, AWO EVP & COO Jennifer Carpenter hailed cern in all freight operations. Beyond this, 7 to 8 hours of the report, saying, “The TRB study is the latest contribu- sleep per

  • MN May-16#2  27   Number 5
INSIGHTS
12  Jennifer A. Carpenter
 Executive)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 2

    CONTENTS MarineNews May 2016 • Volume 27 Number 5 INSIGHTS 12 Jennifer A. Carpenter Executive Vice President & COO, American Waterways Operators FINANCE 18 When Foreign Doesn’t Mean Foreign The Jones Act Lease Financing Exception. By James A. Kearns INSURANCE 24 Less is More in Post-Casualty