APPENDIX D
INVITED PARTICIPANTS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS

COMMITTEE ON MARINE SALVAGE ISSUES

Washington, D.C.

August 11-12, 1992

Joseph Cox, American Institute of Merchant Shipping

Laurie Crick, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Michael Donohoe, Marine Environmental Protection Division, U.S. Coast Guard

William Duncan, Exxon Shipping Co.

Richard P. Fiske, Ocean Engineering/Salvage and Diving, Naval Sea Systems Command, U.S. Navy

Richard Fredericks, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Jack McGrath, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Paul B. Mentz, Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Maritime Administration

Willard F. Searle, Jr., NAE, MacKinnon Searle Consortium, Ltd.

Don Walsh, Marine Board and International Maritime, Inc.

Kerry Walsh, Fred Devine Diving and Salvage, Inc.

SYMPOSIUM ON THE PURPOSEFUL JETTISON OF CARGO

Washington, D.C.

February 23, 1993

Thomas Allegretti, American Waterways Operators

Tim M. Beaver, Global Diving and Salvage

Alan Becker, PCCI

Philip Berns, Department of Justice

Jim Bladh, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving

Alex Blanton, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Liz Sigel Bouchard, Vessel Operations and Maritime Initiatives, Transportation Institute

Carolann Bowen, Office of Coastal Protection, Florida Department of Natural Resources

Alan Breed, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Richard H. Brown, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows & Keating

Fred Burgess, Le Boeuf, Lamb, Leiby, and Macrae

Robert T. Bush, Universe Tankships, Inc.

Edward G. Cawthon, Turecamo of Savannah, Inc.

Barry E. Chambers, Clean America, Inc.

William Chubb, U.S. Coast Guard

Kevin Cohen, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Mark Cohen, Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williams, L.L.P.



The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement



Below are the first 10 and last 10 pages of uncorrected machine-read text (when available) of this chapter, followed by the top 30 algorithmically extracted key phrases from the chapter as a whole.
Intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text on the opening pages of each chapter. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages.

Do not use for reproduction, copying, pasting, or reading; exclusively for search engines.

OCR for page 84
A Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United States APPENDIX D INVITED PARTICIPANTS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS COMMITTEE ON MARINE SALVAGE ISSUES Washington, D.C. August 11-12, 1992 Joseph Cox, American Institute of Merchant Shipping Laurie Crick, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Michael Donohoe, Marine Environmental Protection Division, U.S. Coast Guard William Duncan, Exxon Shipping Co. Richard P. Fiske, Ocean Engineering/Salvage and Diving, Naval Sea Systems Command, U.S. Navy Richard Fredericks, Marine Spill Response Corporation Jack McGrath, Marine Spill Response Corporation Paul B. Mentz, Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Maritime Administration Willard F. Searle, Jr., NAE, MacKinnon Searle Consortium, Ltd. Don Walsh, Marine Board and International Maritime, Inc. Kerry Walsh, Fred Devine Diving and Salvage, Inc. SYMPOSIUM ON THE PURPOSEFUL JETTISON OF CARGO Washington, D.C. February 23, 1993 Thomas Allegretti, American Waterways Operators Tim M. Beaver, Global Diving and Salvage Alan Becker, PCCI Philip Berns, Department of Justice Jim Bladh, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving Alex Blanton, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Liz Sigel Bouchard, Vessel Operations and Maritime Initiatives, Transportation Institute Carolann Bowen, Office of Coastal Protection, Florida Department of Natural Resources Alan Breed, Marine Spill Response Corporation Richard H. Brown, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows & Keating Fred Burgess, Le Boeuf, Lamb, Leiby, and Macrae Robert T. Bush, Universe Tankships, Inc. Edward G. Cawthon, Turecamo of Savannah, Inc. Barry E. Chambers, Clean America, Inc. William Chubb, U.S. Coast Guard Kevin Cohen, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Mark Cohen, Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williams, L.L.P.

OCR for page 84
A Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United States Patricia A. Collins, U.S. Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center Sean T. Connaughton, Haight, Gardner, Poor & Havens Philip Cooney, American Petroleum Institute John D. Costello, Marine Spill Response Corporation Joseph J. Cox, American Institute of Merchant Shipping Laurie Crick, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Lee R. Crockett, Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries Staff, U.S. House of Representatives Thomas F. Daly, McCarter & English, Esquires Andrew W. D'Angelo, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Warren Dean, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Graham H. Deere, The Salvage Association Rita J. Diehl, Council on Ocean Law Michael Donohoe, U.S. Coast Guard Environmental Protection Division J. Stephen Dorrier, Marine Spill Response Corporation John J. Driscoll, Smit Americas, Inc. Ron Duckhorn, Crowley Marine Services William Eichbaum, Marine Board and World Wildlife Fund Michael Ellis, The Salvage Association Rainer Engelhardt, Marine Spill Response Corporation Glenn Epler, U.S. Coast Guard Gary Faber, Crowley Marine Services Richard B. Fairbanks, Titan Maritime Industries, Inc. Bruce Fernie, Fleet Management, Texaco Marine Services, Inc. Richard P. Fiske, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving Richard Fredricks, Marine Spill Response Corporation Roger Gale, BP North America Jerry Galt, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration William O. Gray, Skaarup Oil Corporation David Hall Paul Hankins, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving Robert E. Hartzel, Ellsworth Salvage, Inc. John R. Henley, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. A. E. Henn, U.S. Coast Guard David V. Hutchinson, U.S. Department of Justice Donald S. Jensen, U.S. Coast Guard National Strike Force Coordination Center Marcus J. Johnson, Consultant Jack Kalro, Diversified Technologies Eugene M. Kelly, Amoco Transport Company Christopher Kende, Holtzmann, Wise & Shepard David M. Kennedy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials Response and Assessment Division Richard Knee, U.S. Coast Guard John Koster, Healy and Baillie Miles Kulukundis, INTERTANKO, United Kingdom P & I Club, Salvage Working Group J. T. Leigh, Marine Spill Response Corporation Marilyn Leland, RCAC Malcolm MacKinnon, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Charles S. Maclin, Gallagher Marine Systems, Inc. Gerald A. Malia, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows & Keating Henry Marcus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bruce B. McCloskey, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

OCR for page 84
A Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United States James McDonald, Marine Spill Response Corporation Jack McGrath, Marine Spill Response Corporation William Merlin, Marine Spill Response Corporation Trygve A. Meyer, INTERTANKO Mark Miller, National Response Corporation W. I. Milwee, Milwee Associates, Inc. Jim Morgan, Arco Marine Robert H. Nicholas, Jr., Exxon Company, U.S.A. Barry Ray Ogilby, Marine Spill Response Corporation Skip Onstad, Marine Spill Response Corporation Hans Kristian Øvstaas, The Bergesen DY Group Paul Preus, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Albert A. Propsma, Smit Americas, Inc. V. Lee Okarma Rees, Graham & Dunn Klaas J. Reinigert, International Salvage Union and SMIT TAK B.V. Kent Roberts, Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt Richard Roth, Crowley Marine Services Anne Rothe, National Wildlife Federation John R. Sambrook, The Salvage Association Andrew Santos, Cook Inlet RCAC W. F. Searle, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. (retired) David J. Sharpe, National Law Center, George Washington University Sidney H. Shaw, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Mike Sowby, Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game Malcolm L. Spaulding, University of Rhode Island Department of Ocean Engineering Rosemary Stein, Exxon Shipping Co. James Stillwaggon, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. John L. Sullivan, Smit Americas, Inc. Robert L. Sullivan, American Petroleum Institute R. K. Thurman, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Gene Toffoli, Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game Andreas K. L. Ugland, INTERTANKO David Usher, Spill Control Association of America George L. Waddell, Hancock, Rothert & Bunshoft John Waldron, Marine Spill Response Corporation Sidney A. Wallace, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills Ritner E. Walling, Ellsworth Salvage, Inc. William Webster, University of California at Berkeley and Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems Russell Weil, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows and Keating Edson Whitaker, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. David L. Wood, Health, Safety and Environmental Protection Department, Marine Transport Lines, Inc. Frank Wood, U.S. Coast Guard Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection John M. Woods, Thacher, Profit and Wood

OCR for page 84
A Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United States REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF MARINE SALVAGE CAPABILITIES Seattle, Washington June 3-4, 1993 J. Tom Bringloe, Glosten Associates Bill Carey, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, Puget Sound Ron M. Duckhorn, Crowley Marine Services, Inc. Jim Dunlap John Dwyer, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, Puget Sound Gary C. Faber, Crowley Marine Services, Inc. Cdr. Hall, USCG Dist. Nick Handy, Washington State Office of Marine Safety Harlan Henderson, U.S. Coast Guard John Keenan, Sea-Land Services, Inc. Robert Levine, Prince William Sound Towing Study Ron Lokites, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, Puget Sound William I. Milwee, Milwee Associates, Inc. James M. Morgan, Arco Marine, Inc. Roger Mowery, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, Puget Sound Don Patterson, Columbia Helicopters, Inc. Paul Poliak, Maritime Law Association Subcommittee on Salvage Denny Quirk, Clean Sound Cooperative, Inc. Richard Roth, Crowley Marine Services, Inc. Steve T. Scalzo, Foss Maritime Company Paul Slyman, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality George L. Stiehl, West Coast Shipping Company Ben Strickland, Crowley Marine Services, Inc. Kerry Walsh, Fred Devine Diving and Salvage REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF MARINE SALVAGE CAPABILITIES ON THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES New York, New York August 3, 1993 Gerald W. Abrams, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, Boston Bruce Banks, Jamestown Marine Services Peter Becker, Aetna George C. Blake, Maritime Overseas Corporation Michael Butler, New York City Fire Department Marine Division Graham Deere, The Salvage Association J. Kenneth Edgar, Diversified Technologies Andre Galerne, IUC Jack Geck, California Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response Neil Hansen, Jamestown Marine Services John Johnson, Bouchard Transportation Mark H. Johnson, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office Malcolm MacKinnon, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. Davella May, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

OCR for page 84
A Reassessment of the Marine Salvage Posture of the United States John Ringelberg, Jamestown Marine Services Rodney Sambrook, The Salvage Association James T. Shirley, Haight, Gardner, Poor and Havens Donna Siracusa, U.S. Coast Guard James P. Sweeney, Morania Oil Tanker Corporation Ritner Walling, Ellsworth Salvage George Wittich, Weeks Marine REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF MARINE SALVAGE CAPABILITIES ON THE GULF COAST OF THE UNITED STATES New Orleans, Louisiana August 9, 1993 Joe Ahern, Shell James C. Arnold, Aramco Services Company Cappy Bisso, Bisso Marine Captain Calhoun, Marine Safety Detachment, Eighth District, U.S. Coast Guard Stephen Dick, Tidewater Marine John Driscoll, Smit Americas, Inc. Richard B. Fairbanks, Titan Maritime Industries, Inc. Jack Geck, California Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response Doug Lentseh, U.S. Coast Guard, New Orleans Paul Manzi, Sabine Transportation Company Cary McNamara, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, New Orleans Jim Obernesser, U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port, New Orleans, Port Operations Steve Olson, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office, New Orleans Ted Thompson, U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port, New Orleans Roger White, Edison Chouest Offshore Les Williams, Williams Fire and Hazard Control Randi Williams, Williams Fire and Hazard Control