Articles written by John E. Graykowski

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Who is Driving the Ship?

I attended the annual LNG Symposium sponsored by Pacific Maritime Magazine with every intention of writing an article on the status of marine LNG. The Symposium offered its usual array of industry... Full story

 

Marine LNG: Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny?

One could imagine the LNG pioneers – TOTE, Crowley, and Harvey Gulf Marine – looking over their shoulders and asking, "where is everybody?" Underlying this is concern that LNG may be losing its... Full story

 

LNG: A Brief Review of 2014 and a Look Ahead

As the year ends, thoughts invariably turn to reflection on progress, unfulfilled optimism and the outlook for the continued movement to LNG. As a general statement, LNG continues to gain acceptance throughout the marine industry and it is no longer... Full story

 

Opinion – A Step Forward

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has completed a critical first step in defining the regulatory structures that will govern the development of LNG as a marine fuel. The USCG issued two draft policy letters relating to vessels and waterfront facil... Full story

 

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