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This is a historic edition for Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, and not before year’s end.

Tom Mulligan - UK th

Lisa Overing - Florida simply because we are one edition away from our big 80 Anniversary edition. This While the story of these newbuilds,

Claudio Paschoa - Brazil

Peter Pospiech - Germany is special because for the ? rst time in my tenure, we have a father/son duo authoring one of which grace this month’s

William Stoichevski - Scandinavia 2 articles, better known as DiRenzo . cover, is a compelling story, the real


I have known the elder DiRenzo, Joe DiRenzo III, for most of my 28 years in this story is the amount of experience

Irina Vasilets

Nicole Ventimiglia seat, and if you have any dealings with the United States Coast Guard, it’s a fair bet that Waterfront already has operat-

Corporate Staff that you’ve run across Joe DiRenzo, too, as he is Director of Research Partnerships at ing ships on methanol: in total more

Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager

Esther Rothenberger, Accounting the Coast Guard Research and Development Center. than 60,000 hours since it received its

Information Technology

In this edition he authors a piece headlining our ‘Thought Leadership’ coverage on ? rst ship in 2016. Waterfront is surely

Vladimir Bibik

Port and Ship Security, looking at Arti? cial Intelligence and Machine Learning and its ahead of the pack in this regard, and role as a potential force multiplier for Coast Guard missions. Following recent articles the company is also interested to


Kathleen Hickey in our pages on the need for the Coast Guard to modernize now to better carry out its share its experiences with the global missions, I can say without hesitation that DiRenzo III’s article is spot-on regarding shipping community.


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The younger Joe DiRenzo is a force of his own, a top USCG Academy graduate Coming in the October 2019 edition

John Cagni now residing in Norway. Our team at Maritime Reporter & Engineering News became – our “Marine Design Annual” and 631-472-2715 +1 more familiar with DiRenzo IV during our recent trip to Oslo for Norshipping in June, Maritime Reporter & Engineering

Frank Covella +1 561 732 1659 th as he was an integral part of our coverage of this high-pro? le and exceptionally busy News’ 80 Anniversary edition – we

Mike Kozlowski +1 561 733 2477 international shipping conference and exhibition. Per previous editions, DiRenzo has take a much deeper dive with Paul a key eye on ship fuel trends, topical of course with the looming IMO2020 deadline Hexter, the President of Waterfront coming in about three months. In this edition, and presenting an interesting twist on Shipping, and Fredrik Stübner, Mar-

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Scandinavia & Germany the fuel debate, DiRenzo explores the use of ‘Green Ammonia’ – or the conversion of invest’s Director Ship Management,

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Ystad, Sweden t: +46 411-184 00 page 31. tion and life-cycle maintenance pros

Despite the fact that this wasn’t billed as the “fuel” edition, in reality every edition and cons of methanol fueled ships.


Brenda Homewood could be the fuel and emission edition, as it is these regulations and technologies that Arguably the biggest ‘pro’? Meet-

Tel: +44 1622 297123 are the top item on the agenda of every reputable ship owner. Last month Waterfront ing IMO Tier III emissions standards

Shipping Company Ltd., took delivery from South Korea’s Hyundai Mipo Dockyard without the need for exhaust gas after

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Paul Barrett of two new 49,000 dwt methanol dual-fuel ships, powered by second-generation treatment.

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Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000

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