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APPENDIX A PRESENTATIONS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS First Committee Meeting, June 1718, 1999, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were given by guest speakers: Sponsoring agency goals and expectations for the study RADM Robert C. North, USCG Background on the congressional request for this study Jim Sartucci, Legislature Assistant, Office of Senator Trent Lott Review of background material and technical status of work Peter Johnson, project consultant Overview of risk analysis research on tanker grounding and collision accidents Preben Pedersen, Technical University of Denmark (con- ference call) Evolution and actions related to double-hull requirements and alternatives RADM Joel D. Sipes (USCG, retired), Marine Safety Systems, Inc. Background on methodologies for establishing equivalency and evaluation of their strengths and weaknesses Keith Michel, Herbert Engineering Status of Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers' (SNAME) assessment of research on crashworthiness of tank vessel structures and damage statistics Alan Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Overview of available spill cost data and analyses, and what is needed to develop a spill cost metric for evaluating relative performance Dagmar Etkin, Environmental Research Consulting 120
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PRESENTATIONS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS 121 Proposed alternative design and results of analyses of its per- formance CAPT Edward K. Roe (USCG, retired), Marine Safety Sys- tems, Inc. Second Committee Meeting, September 2728, 1999, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were given by guest speakers: Information on alternative tanker design proposals Paul Cojeen, USCG Key issues from 1997 SNAME paper "A Framework for Assess- ing Environmental Performance of Tankers in Accidental Groundings and Collisions" Jaideep Sirkar, USCG, and Wayne Willis, ICF Kaiser Inter- national Oil spill cost models Robert Unsworth, Industrial Economics; Heidi Schuttenberg, Applied Science Associates Tanker industry perspective John Burke, Mobil Shipping and Transportation Company (retired) International tanker fleet's adoption of double hulls and consid- eration of alternatives William O. Gray, Gray Maritime Company New double-hull design standards from IMO Keith Michel, Herbert Engineering (conference call) Update on status of SNAME assessment of research on crash- worthiness of tank vessel structures and damage statistics Alan Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (conference call) Third Committee Meeting, January 2628, 2000, Irvine, California The following presentations were given by guest speakers:
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ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF TANKER DESIGNS 122 Double-hull tankers and alternative designs Frank Nicastro, Exxon Company, International (retired) Risk in active systems B. John Garrick, Garrick Consulting Long-term effects of oil spills in marine and coastal habitats Stan Rice and Ron Heintz, Auke Bay Laboratory, National Marine Fisheries Service/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Juneau, Alaska Fourth Committee Meeting, September 2526, 2000, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were given by guest speakers: Modeling of damage and oil outflow in collisions and groundings Alan Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Uni- versity; Kirsi Tikka, Committee Chair Spill consequence modeling Robert Unsworth and Paul Fischbeck, Committee Members Fifth Committee Meeting, January 1719, 2001, Irvine, California This was a closed session with no guest speakers.
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