Jon Waldron

  • The 1978-79 officers and board members of the Port Everglades Propeller Club were installed by Jasper Baker, past National Propeller Club president, at the organization's monthly dinner meeting at the Sea Port Restaurant in Port Everglades, Fla., on July 27, 1978.

    Mr. Baker flew in from Washington, D.C., national headquarters of The Propeller Club of the United States, to install as president Lloyd E. Murdock, director of marketing at Tracor Marine, Inc. Other club officers installed at the meeting were Jack E. Tingle, business development officer, the Dania Bank, first vice president ; Capt. Robert I. Jackson, Harbor Pilot, second vice president; Jess L. Moore, president, Jackson Marine Electronics, treasurer ; Martin A. Mets, assistant to the director of port development, Port Everglades Authority, secretary.

    Members of the board of governors installed by Mr. Baker were: Nicholas B. Bellissimo, Union Oil Co.; David Faulkner, Exxon; Otto A. Holmedal, Landmark First National Bank; Wesley Kurtz, Dant & Russell; George Miller, Cities Service Oil Co.; Robert Santos, Port Everglades Towing ; Fred J. Stevens, Commissioner Port Everglades Authority; Carl Thorsen, Eller & Co.; Capt. Thomas G. Nelson, Hvide S h i p p i n g ; C.L. Schandelmayer, past president of the club, and Gary L. Waldron, Waldron Petroleum Tank Service, Inc. Immediate past president Paul D.

    deMariano became an ex officio member of the board.

  • The American Salvage Association’s Jon Waldron provides the ultimate cabotage primer. There always seems to be constant chatter about waiving the Jones Act. In reality, it is a simple task to demystify the thought that it is easy to obtain such waivers. To set the stage, in one of her first press conferences

  • to the oil and dispersants but otherwise maintain the current regime of responder employer liability for slips, trips, and fall type injuries (seaman Jones Act remedies) that commonly occur in marine operations. Establish a presumption that response actions do not constitute gross negligence and

  • all industry stakeholders learn from this tragic incident to do whatever we can to prevent a similar accident occurring in the future.About the AuthorsJon Waldron is a partner in the Firm’s Washington, D.C., office who concentrates his practice in maritime, international and environmental law, including maritime

  • It has been over three years since the tragic accident occurred aboard the Deepwater Horizon on April 20, 2010.  The industry and the relevant federal agencies have done much to put in place improved safeguards to prevent such an accident – which left 11 dead and 17 injured – from happening again.  Congress

  • death claims, is specifically limited to exposure claims related to the spilled oil and dispersants approved under the NCP. Responders remain liable for Jones Act seaman’s claims for personal injury or wrongful death under existing law resulting from the operations conducted by the responder not related

  • 124 Dry Dock Road Bourg, Louisiana 70343 E-mail: jong@lebeouftowing.com Website: lebeouftowing.com CEO: Richard “Dickie” Gonsoulin President: Jon Gonsoulin Number of Employees: 250 The Company: LeBeouf Bros. Towing, LLC is one of the oldest marine towing companies operating the U.S. inland waterway

  • Street, Fall River, MA 02723 T: 508-678-0550 E: kirk@ocean-server.com W: http://www.iver-auv.com/ CEO/President: Bob Anderson Engineering Director: Jon Crowell Number of Employees: 14 The Company OceanServer Tecnology is the developer of the Iver family of modern, low-cost Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

  • Joseph R. Burgess has been named president of Central Pacific Shipping Agency, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Marine & Supply Co., Ltd., which has opened new offices at 126 Queen Street in downtown Honolulu. The announcement by Steven Loui, executive vice president of the parent company, indicat

  • The Miami, Fla., chapter of The Propeller Club of the United States has announced that plans are nearing completion for its upcoming Southeastern Regional Convention, May 1-3, at the Sonesta Beach Hotel, Key Biscayne. The three-day business and pleasure meeting is the group's annual gathering; An

  • leaders of the Senate want to push it. There is a good chance we will be stating the oft-used phrase, “Let’s try again next year.”  The Author Jonathan K. Waldron, partner at Blank Rome, concentrates his practice in maritime, international, and environmental law, including maritime security. Mr

  • on hand in Houma, La., for a festive double celebration marking the delivery of a pair of high spec 95-ft. towboats for LeBeouf Bros. Towing.  To say that Jon Gonsoulin knows how to throw a party is an understatement. The ubiquitous president of LeBeouf Bros. Towing, LLC of Houma, La., hosted a double delivery

  • MR Oct-19#10  by Petty Of?  cer 1st Class Jon-Paul Rios.
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  • MR Aug-19#62  EFFICIENCY EMISSION REDUCTION
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    F FUEL EFFICIENCY EMISSION REDUCTION Jon Holloway & Jim Lerner Jon Holloway (left) is the Head of Strategy for Danfoss Power Solutions, based in Hamburg, Germany. Jim Lerner (right) is Vice President of Sales, Eastern US, for Danfoss Drives in Houston, Texas. Preparing for IMO 2020 Alternative Propulsion

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    L LEGAL BEAT: OFFSHORE WIND Jonathan K. Waldron Jon Waldron is a partner in Blank Rome LLP’s Washington, D.C., of? ce who concentrates his practice in maritime, international and environmental law, including maritime security. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard for 20 years, attaining the rank of commander

  • MR Jul-19#4  companies worldwide. Jon Waldron is a partner in the)
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    . A researcher and developer of learning manage- ment systems, his software has been used by millions of people Waldron and companies worldwide. Jon Waldron is a partner in the Blank Rome’s Washington, D.C., of? ce who concentrates his practice in maritime, international Keefe and environmental law

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    the mountain is easier done when you have not only de? ned a strong vi- sion, but also when you partner with others who have already experienced it. Jon Mosterd is currently a member of the North American Center of Excellence at Danfoss Drives. Alongside his team, Jon helps to support Integrators

  • MN Jul-19#28  to Get to Hybridization
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    COLUMN PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY How to Get to Hybridization By Jon Mosterd Hybridization in the marine world ciency and maximize output. Often, these systems are cou- is transitioning from the latest fad to pled with energy storage via batteries or super capacitors to a key part of vessel design and retro-

  • MN Jul-19#8  responsible for creation of 
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    , Marine Technology Society Dy- Inc., an established VR train- namic Positioning Committee. ing system developer. VRSim is responsible for creation of Jon Mosterd is currently a SimSpray, and works in part- member of the North Ameri- nership with Lincoln Electric Newbury Overing can Center of Excellence

  • MN Jul-19#2    
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    July 2019 - Marine News page: 2

    in the marine world is transitioning from the latest fad to a key part of vessel design and retro? ts. 31 ‘Power’ to the People By Jon Mosterd Interstate-McBee brings affordable aftermarket SAFETY & TRAINING replacement parts to a marine sector thirsting for new ways to bolster

  • MR May-19#74  REDUCTION: TECHNOLOGY REPORT
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    E EMISSION REDUCTION: TECHNOLOGY REPORT Jon Holloway & Jim Lerner Jon Holloway (left) is the Head of Strategy for Danfoss Power Solutions, based in Hamburg, Germany. Jim Lerner (right) is Vice President of Sales, Eastern US, for Danfoss Drives in Houston, Texas. Preparing for IMO 2020: Marine Emission

  • MR May-19#4  $190.00  
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    , to busi- In U.S.: nesses across the maritime spectrum. One full year (12 issues) $110.00; two years (24 issues) $190.00 Holloway & Lerner Jon Holloway, is Head of Strategy, Danfoss Power Solutions; Pospeich Rest of the World: and Jim Lerner, is Vice President, Danfoss Drives. Peter Pospeich

  • MN May-19#40 , said Evercore ISI analyst Jon 
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    . The public listing and investment-grade Cenac Marine in March for $244 million. Since the begin- rating “go hand in hand”, said Evercore ISI analyst Jon ning of 2016, it has spent $953 million on vessel acquisi- Chappell. “The public listing and transparent ? nancial tions, including $422 million

  • MT Mar-19#30  well decommis- suggests EY’s Jon Clark, EMEIA lead-
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    , ef? ciency gains have late life to decommissioning companies, ging and abandonment is the biggest already helped reduce well decommis- suggests EY’s Jon Clark, EMEIA lead- cost area in decommissioning – at about sioning costs by 26% on average. er for oil and gas transaction advisory 46% of the total

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    a new About the Author Faro – ranking as one of the worst mari- mand for Prevention Policy, released oversight of third parties of? ce. It ex- Jon Waldron is a partner in the Firm’s time disasters in U.S. history and result- a statement on the Coast Guard Blog pects to complete its policy changes

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    Email: mrcirc@marinelink.com Brazil. Waldron & marketing strategy world- extensive engineering intern- Web: www.marinelink.com t: (212) 477-6700 Jon Waldron is a partner in wide. ships. She joined Marine f: (212) 254-6271 Pospiech the Firm’s Washington, D.C., Technical Limits in 2017 as Peter Pospiech

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    REGULATORY REVIEW “Shaver has been very aggressive in incorporating Sub M aspects into our Safety, Quality, and Environmental (SQE) Management System over the years so the foundation was in place.” – Jon Hellberg, Compliance and Risk Management Of

  • MT Jul-18#52  facilities in 
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    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    tasks in the most challenging environments on www.saabseaeye.com the planet. A wholly owned subsidiary of Saab, its has facilities in President & CEO: Jon Robertson the U.K., Sweden and the U.S., along with substantial water tank and lake test facilities. More than 80% of its systems are exported to

  • MT May-18#58  to double its footprint in 
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    than Holmes Joins Swathe Services Ex-naval captain and marine consultant and Physical Oceanography at Memori- $800 million to double its footprint in Jon Holmes has joined Swathe Services al University of Newfoundland. He also Quonset Point, adding roughly 1.3 mil- as business development manager, a

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  • MP Q1-18#46  April tariff  to their views. Jon Chappell, the Equities)
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    volleys, in tonne-mile demand.” This analysis was analysts added necessary qualifcations published just prior to the early April tariff to their views. Jon Chappell, the Equities bombshells being lobbed back and forth Analyst at Evercore ISI, cautioned inves- between Washington, D.C. and Peking. tors

  • MP Q1-18#44  Research) at  ISI analyst Jon Chappell wrote, “For the)
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    Jefferies & Com- onating through to the fnancial arena. In early April, Evercore pany, presented data (originating from Clarksons Research) at ISI analyst Jon Chappell wrote, “For the frst time in more than the Capital Link conference showing the orderbook/ feet ratio two years, we can begin to value dry

  • MR Aug-17#22    In February 2011 Captain Jon Staf- to prevent people)
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    the casualty. ocean, the lessons learned and applied of WBV courses. He is a Yachtmaster board Prevention & Recovery Workshop In February 2011 Captain Jon Staf- to prevent people falling over the side, Ocean and Advanced Powerboat In- brought together an international group ford, an experienced Pilot

  • MT Jul-17#51  and are supplied globally.  
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    ucts have been developed with partner their product. For its important domes- manufactures and also with end-users, companies and are supplied globally. Jon Robertson, MD HYBIS SABERTOOTH FALCON Saab Seaeye www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 51 MTR #6 (50-65).indd 51 MTR #6 (50-65)

  • MN Aug-17#79  
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    . During April Email: info@reconcraft.com Website: www.reconcraft.com 2017, ReconCraft was recognized with the Department CEO/President: Joe Silkowski / Jon Ho? ich of Homeland Security Small Business Achievement Award for their work on the Riverine Shallow Draft Vessel pro- with the Department of Homeland

  • MP Q1-17#30  Transportation 
outgoing CEO Jon Slangerup. Kenagy came)
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    of projects since an international search for a permanent executive to replace 1990, primarily with the $2.5 billion Alameda Transportation outgoing CEO Jon Slangerup. Kenagy came to the Port in Corridor Project, where he served as Director of Engineering November 2014 in the newly-created position of