Appendix J
Presentations to the Committee

American Bureau of Shipping. Donald Liu. Tank vessel design process and key elements. March 26, 1990.

American Petroleum Institute. E.J. Roland. Existing tankships are adequate. November 6, 1989.

American Waterways Operators. Thomas Allegretti. Safety record spills and causes. June 6, 1990.

A.P. Moller Co. Bent E. Hanson. European operator's response to special hull requirements on behalf of International Chamber of Shipping, International Association of Independent Tanker Owners, and oil companies International Marine Forum. March 26, 1990.

Bethlehem Steel Corp. Frank Slyker. An Approach to Tanker Retrofit. March 27, 1990.

CHEVRON OREGON tour. San Pedro, California. January 20, 1990.

Cleary, W.A. Jr., consultant. Tank Vessel Design Alternatives. November 6, 1989.

E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company Protection Systems. Keither R. Watson. Flexible Composite Liner System for Preventing Oil Spills. July 17, 1990.

Exxon Shipping Co. Frank Iarossi. Views regarding tanker safety and improved safety. January 18, 1990.

EXXON VALDEZ tour. National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, San Diego, California. January 18, 1990.

Foss Maritime Co. Steven Scalzo. Alternatives for hull design to reduce pollution risk. June 6, 1990.

Glosten Associates. Duane H. Liable. Influences on construction, barges vs. tankers. June 6, 1990.



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Tanker Spills: Prevention by Design Appendix J Presentations to the Committee American Bureau of Shipping. Donald Liu. Tank vessel design process and key elements. March 26, 1990. American Petroleum Institute. E.J. Roland. Existing tankships are adequate. November 6, 1989. American Waterways Operators. Thomas Allegretti. Safety record spills and causes. June 6, 1990. A.P. Moller Co. Bent E. Hanson. European operator's response to special hull requirements on behalf of International Chamber of Shipping, International Association of Independent Tanker Owners, and oil companies International Marine Forum. March 26, 1990. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Frank Slyker. An Approach to Tanker Retrofit. March 27, 1990. CHEVRON OREGON tour. San Pedro, California. January 20, 1990. Cleary, W.A. Jr., consultant. Tank Vessel Design Alternatives. November 6, 1989. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company Protection Systems. Keither R. Watson. Flexible Composite Liner System for Preventing Oil Spills. July 17, 1990. Exxon Shipping Co. Frank Iarossi. Views regarding tanker safety and improved safety. January 18, 1990. EXXON VALDEZ tour. National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, San Diego, California. January 18, 1990. Foss Maritime Co. Steven Scalzo. Alternatives for hull design to reduce pollution risk. June 6, 1990. Glosten Associates. Duane H. Liable. Influences on construction, barges vs. tankers. June 6, 1990.

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Tanker Spills: Prevention by Design Hughes, Owen, Professor. Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Department, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Discussion of capability of detailed analytical techniques for determining hull deformation from grounding. June 6, 1990. International Association of Independent Tanker Owners. Philip Embiricos. Double hulls and double bottoms—maintenance and inspection concerns. June 6, 1990. International Chamber of Shipping. J. M. Joyce. European operator's response to special hull requirements. March 26, 1990. Jones, Norman. University of Liverpool. Estimating Hull Penetration from Collisions. June 6, 1990. Lloyd's Register of Shipping. J. M. Ferguson. Crude Oil Carriers in the 1990s. June 6, 1990. Majestic Shipping Services Corp. Jack Devanney. Mechanisms governing oil spill from tank vessels. January 19, 1990. Marinex International Inc. Robert D. Goldbach. Double hulls and double bottoms—maintenance and inspection concerns. June 6, 1990. Maritime Overseas Corp. George Blake. Double hulls and double bottoms—maintenance and inspection concerns. June 6, 1990. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. N. Aikawa. Double Sided Hull with Mid-Height Deck (Alternative Idea to Double Hulls). July 17, 1990. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Charles N. Ehler. Estimating the cost of spills—the Exxon Valdez experience. June 6, 1990. National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. Al Lutter. Repair Process for the EXXON VALDEZ. January 18, 1990. National Wildlife Federation. Eric Olson. The Prince William Sound precedent for future costs. June 6, 1990. Platzer Shipyard. Neal Platzer. Influences on construction, barges vs. tankers. June 6, 1990. Shipbuilders Council of America. Richard Thorpe Jr. U.S. Shipyard response and capability. March 27, 1990. Stolt-Nielson. Stefan Nystrom. Double hulls and double bottoms—maintenance and inspection concerns. June 6, 1990. Tanker Advisory Center Inc. Arthur McKenzie. Higher standards are needed. November 6, 1989. U.S. Coast Guard. Captain James M. MacDonald. Charge to Committee. November 6, 1989. U.S. Coast Guard. Capt. James M. MacDonald and Stephen Shapiro. Updates on IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee 30 and Oil Pollution Act of 1990. December 13, 1990.