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    shape designed to reduce wave- making resistance. Mike Foster Vice President, General Manager mfoster@senescomarine.com (401) 226-1042 cell Kyryll Karayev P.E. Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.com (401) 639-9325 cell Senesco MR Jan14.indd 1 11/19/2013 11:59:46

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    , SECOND VICE PRESIDENT, TRAVELERS OCEAN MARINE Mike Foster Vice President, General Manager mfoster@senescomarine.com (401) 226-1042 cell Kyryll Karayev P.E. Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.com (401) 639-9325 cell MR #11 (42-49).indd 44 10/28/2014 10:39:52 AM

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    treatment, ß y-wheel calibration as well as hull coating work.Mike Foster Vice President, General Manager mfoster@senescomarine.com (401) 226-1042 cellKyryll Karayev P.E. Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.com (401) 639-9325 cellSenesco MR Jan14.indd 111/19/2013 11:59:46 AMMR #8

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    ....... 22 THE LIST People & Companies in This Edition Mike Foster Vice President, General Manager mfoster@senescomarine.com (401) 226-1042 cell Kyryll Karayev P.E. Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.com (401) 639-9325 cell Senesco MR Jan14.indd 1 11/19/2013 11:59:46

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    process and support equipment. The vessel itself Mike Foster Vice President, General Manager mfoster@senescomarine.com (401) 226-1042 cell Kyryll Karayev P.E. Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.com (401) 639-9325 cell THE 2014 YEARBOOK: THE YEAR OF LNG MR #6 (34-39)

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  • MR Dec-13#27 .com (401) 226-1042 cellKyryll Karayev P.E.  Repair Yard)
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  • MR Nov-13#63 www.marinelink.com    63e-Navigation will bring together dis-parate systems, making the mariner?s  job easier and subsequently, enhance  navigational safety and efÞ ciency. It will  connect ship and shore by powerful com-munication systems and help all the op-erators on board - captains, pilots, navi-gating ofÞ cers, engineers, as well as the  vessel trafÞ c service (VTS) and search  and rescue operators, to effectively ful Þ l the tasks they are responsible for. Education and Training Before  e-NavigationBefore e-Navigation, the introduction of new systems into shipping was ac-companied by related training measures. The IMO laid down all of the minimum requirements for seafaring personnel in the International Convention on Stan-dards of Training, Certi Þ cation and  Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW).  While this established the basic mini-mum requirements, Model Courses with speciÞ c training requirements were de- Þ ned for special purposes and particular  equipment. For example, the ARPA/Ra- dar Model course or the ECDIS Model course, has become mandatory for navi-gators. Manufacturers and suppliers of navigational and technical equipment offer speci Þ c training courses for users  to support the effective operation and  handling of their systems in practice, but these systems are not standardized and therefore neither is the training on them. Mariners may be able to use equipment from one manufacturer, but not from an- other. This could have an impact on their  career progression, as their experience and training may be not be interchange-able with those needed to operate other vessels. There are also signi Þ cant safety  implications of not being trained prop-erly on the equipment they are operating. The Impact of e-Navigation So what impact, if any, has the intro- duction of the e-Navigation concept had? ACCSEAS, a European project that is developing and implementing a practi-cal e-Navigation test-bed to harmonize the exchange of electronic maritime information, has been assessing the im-pact of e-Navigation so far by conduct-ing interviews and simulation runs with experienced mariners. Over the last year, ACCSEAS has conducted several simu-lation sessions, putting mariners into a potential e-Navigation environment with aspects such as the integration of route recommendation from a shore-based coordination centre. Mariners were also interviewed about their knowledge and training experience of e-Navigation. The interviews showed that, while e-Navigation has a worldwide community,  knowledge of the concept is still at a rather low level. Almost all of the inter- viewees had received no training in the concept of e-Navigation and the closest e-Navigation came to be mentioned was brieß y as a part of BRM (Bridge Re- source Management). Most interviewees had learned about the concept from articles in industry magazines and journals, therefore most were self-informed rather than having undergone any speci Þ c training. More  surprisingly, teachers and lecturers at rec- ognized maritime education and training (MET) institutions were not fully aware of e-Navigation. While interviewed mar- iners expressed their wish to be informed and educated before the introduction of the e-Navigation based new systems and concepts, most of the maritime universi-ties, academies and other training insti-tutions consulted said it is largely not a  subject of training modules, lectures or other types of courses at all. Mike Foster - Vice President, General Managermfoster@senescomarine.com��C�E�L�L�	������s����s����Kyryll Karayev P.E. -  Repair Yard)
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  • MR Oct-13#43 www.marinelink.com    43Capt. Kalia rightly points out that while unpredictable, there will always be a need for salvage, as no matter how so-phisticated the technology and the build, human mistakes ? as well as technical failure ? invariably happen, particularly in the demanding marine environment.?More than 400 shipping casualties oc-cur globally each year,? said Capt Kalia.  ?The complexity and cost of these op-erations are increasing. Though there are  around 60 members currently enrolled with International Salvage Union, there is enough business for established play-ers and newcomers. Financial strength, endurance, diversiÞ cation and appetite  for risk are some of the governing fac-tors.?GOL Salvage is unique in that all of its  assets are registered under Indian Flag, many of which are operating in Indian waters, helping to effectively reduce de- lays and costs. Capt Kalia said that since their ofÞ ces, warehouses and assets were  strategically located on both the east and west coasts of India, it is naturally in a better position to provide a quick response and cost effective quality ser- vice to clients without any delays arising due to logistics, mobilization of assets, equipment and clearances from various Indian authorities.In addition to marine salvage, wreck removal services and protection of ma-rine environment, GOL Salvage also  offers a raft of other services, including  lightering services, marine Þ reÞ ghting, shallow and deep water towing and an-chor handling, search and rescue servic-es, oil spill consultancy, barge and heavy  crane lift operations, air and saturation diving and other emergency marine re- sponse. ?Using our unique in house, custom built world class DNV-approved off- shore ship/anchor handling, towing and crane handling simulator, we are able to  simulate complex operations, carry out deployment in various weather / sea con-ditions / night / day operations and build the team?s experience ashore as well as  at sea,? said Capt Kalia. ?Our simula-tors are integrated for complete salvage, OSR training, including creation of a va-riety of scenarios; provide team training across divergent groups between bridge,  engineering and crane teams. The pres- ence of our group in the industry for three decades has not only enriched our combined experience and expertise, but has also beneÞ tted our team?s under- standing of local topographical condi-tions vide our extensive operations. No other national or international agency can claim to posses this edge.?Speaking about the transformation tak-ing place in the business, he said that salvaging has undergone a kind of meta- morphosis. The scenario is quite differ- ent today from what it was in the early 80s. Environmental concerns are more signiÞ cant today and play a far greater  part in operations. For instance the bun-ker fuel capacity of modern day shipping is massive, with bulkers, box ships, tank-ers and cruise liners having fuel carrying capacities well in excess of 5,000 tons.On another front the protection of the marine environment has gained domi-nance while undertaking salvage opera-tions. The mission is to ?keep the pol- lutants in the ship?. The next generation  container ships with 18,000 TEU capac- ity present equally big challenges to the salvage community. With the shipping  industry experiencing the worst reces-sion ever, how the industry matches the  demands of heavy capital investment to cater to the ever growing tonnage will determine how proliÞ c the salvage busi-ness will be in the next generation.Mike Foster - Vice President, General Managermfoster@senescomarine.com��C�E�L�L�	������s����s����Kyryll Karayev P.E. -  Repair Yard)
    October 2013 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 43

    busi-ness will be in the next generation.Mike Foster - Vice President, General Managermfoster@senescomarine.comCELL ssKyryll Karayev P.E. - Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.comCELL ssTom Johnson - Vice President Salestjohnso

  • MN Sep-13#32 products allow marine vessels and operators to maintain or  improve their performance levels with the added bene?  t of  a safer, more sustainable product. BOTTOM  LINE BENEFITS : ONBOARD  LUBRICANTS  Readily biodegradable ?  uids deliver both sustainabil- ity and performance ?attributes that contribute to any  companys bottom line. These products are able to reduce  the workplace hazards and environmental risks associated  with spills or leaks that can not only tarnish a companys  reputation, but also lead to costly remediation involving  clean-up, potential regulatory ?  nes and equipment or  employee downtime. In light of VGP regulations and the  Clean Water Act, spills of readily biodegradable products  are often viewed by regulatory agencies differently than pe- troleum-based spills, and this effect can positively impact a  companys spill response, costs and ultimately operational  productivity.  As the marine industry pursues greater sustainability,  companies should consider every part of their operation  and equipment?from bow thrusters to stern tubes?as  an opportunity for analysis and improvement. Within that  equipment, readily biodegradable products stand ready to  deliver those two key words that go straight to the bottom  line?performance and sustainability. LUBRICANTSMark Miller  is executive vice presi- dent of marine sales of RSC Bio So- lutions. He is responsible for creating  and implementing market strategies,  maintaining and growing strate- gic relationships speci?  c to marine- based markets including offshore oil  and gas, marine transport and con- struction. Prior to joining RSC Bio  Solutions, Miller founded Terresolve  Technologies, Ltd. Miller has a B.S.  in chemical engineering from Tufts  University and an M.B.A. from  Manhattan College. Mike Foster - Vice President, General Managermfoster@senescomarine.com��C�E�L�L�	������s����s����Kyryll Karayev P .E. - Repair Yard)
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    and an M.B.A. from Manhattan College. Mike Foster - Vice President, General Managermfoster@senescomarine.comCELL ssKyryll Karayev P .E. - Repair Yard Manager, Dry Dock Master kkarayev@senescomarine.comCELL ssTom Johnson - Vice President Salestjohnso