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Energy Ports Oil-Gas-LNG
Credit: Imabari 24 The Ethane Era Emerges Strong demand propels robust exports – here and across the big pond. A new feet of gas carriers is being built to meet the logistics challenge.
By Aditya Aggarwal 26 T raining & Education Lifelong Learning in an Age of disruption
By Ted Bailey 30 D ry Bulk’s Roller Coaster: where will it end?
July and August, typically times of “Dog Days” or “Summer Doldrums,” were anything but in 2019. Expect more of the same in 2020.
By Barry Parker 36 Who ’s Fueling Whom?
A snapshot of Florida’s nascent LNG bunkering business.
By Rick Eyerdam 40 S an Pedro Ports – Clearing the Air As the nation’s largest and busiest port complex pushes towards a (mandated) zero-emissions future, most of the low hanging fruit has already been picked. The work, nevertheless, goes on.
By Tom Ewing 44 M anaging Mariner Medical Care It’s complicated, and it is expensive. But, it doesn’t have to be.
By Joseph Keefe
ON THE COVER
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It has been a wild ride for the Baltic Index and
Bulk its bulk Shipping Sectors. As the New Year
To scrub or not to scrub – and why approaches, all bulkers fnd themselves at the mercy of government policy and regulatory pressures. IMO 2020 and the ongoing trade wars could decide whether the latest run of robust
WHO’S FUELING WHOM?
SAN PEDRO PORTS: AS ‘X’ freight rates can continue. Barry Parker’s report
IT’S COMPLICATED, begins on page 30.
BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE
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