Proceedings Of The Marine

FALL 2015

Proceedings magazine is a communication tool for the Coast Guard's Marine Safety & Security Council. Each quarterly magazine focuses on a specific theme of interest to the marine industry.

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P R O C E E D I N G S Fall 2015 Vol. 72, Number 3 New Energy and Its Maritime Impacts 6 The Energy Renaissance New U.S. energy reserves create a new oil and gas paradigm. by Mr. Rick Elliott 11 The Global Gas Revolution America's Energy Renaissance is a game-changer. by LCDR Anthony Hillenbrand 14 The New Crudes From Bakken to bitumen. by Ms. Deniese Palmer-Huggins and Dr. Michelle Michot Foss 18 Energy Renaissance Waterway Impact Managing the nation's waterways as demand increases. by LCDR Jamie Bigbie 21 Mitigating Risk America's Energy Renaissance and maritime security. by LCDR John Egan and Mr. Alan Peek Liquefi ed Gas Production, Transportation, and Use 25 Liquef ed Natural Gas Terminals Review and approval process. by Mr. Terry L. Turpin, P.E. 28 U.S. Coast Guard and MARAD Efforts by Mr. Curtis Borland 30 Liquefying Natural Gas Liquefaction uses and advantages. by Ms. Jennifer Seitter and Mr. Javid Talib 32 Accessing Landlocked Natural Gas Reserves Floating LNG solutions. by Capt. Stanley Wendelewski 35 Liquef ed Gas Carriers Trends, routes, and inspections. by Mr. Michael Davison and LT Dallas Smith 39 Containment Systems LNG cargo containment systems are designed for safety. by Mr. Aziz Bamik 41 The Subchapter O Endorsement For foreign liquef ed gas carriers. by LT Rachel Beckmann 44 Shifting the Rudder? Charting LNG export on U.S.-f agged LNG carriers. by LCDR Corydon F. Heard IV

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