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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Symposium Participants." National Research Council. 1994. Purposeful Jettison of Petroleum Cargo. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4549.
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APPENDIX A:

SYMPOSIUM PARTICIPANTS SYMPOSIUM PARTICIPANTS

Symposium on the Purposeful Jettison of Cargo Washington, D.C., February 23, 1993

Members Of Committee On Marine Salvage Issues

GORDON W. PAULSEN, Chairman, Healy & Bailie

PETER F. BONTADELLI, Office of Oil Spill Prevention & Response, California Department of Fish and Game

J. HUNTLY BOYD, JR., Booz-Allen, Hamilton, Inc.

KENNETH J. FULLWOOD, Maritime Relations and Environmental Affairs, Safety and Nautical Services, Mobil Shipping and Transportation Company

RICHARD F. LEE, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography

J.H. (Mick) LEITZ, J.H. Leitz & Associates, Inc.

NINA SANKOVITCH, Natural Resources Defense Council

ROGER E. VAN DUZER, Marine Operations, Shell Marine Department, Shell Oil Company

JOHN A. WITTE, Donjon Marine Co., Inc.

Not in attendance:

JOHN H. ROBINSON, Gulf Program Office, Office of the Chief Scientist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Liaisons To Committee

JERRY ASPLAND, Marine Board and Arco Marine, Inc.

KEN KEANE, Marine Environmental Protection Division, Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection, United States Coast Guard, Washington, D.C.

WILLIAM PECK, Salvage and Diving, Naval Sea Systems Command, U.S. Navy, Arlington, Virginia

Speakers

Philip Berns, Department of Justice

Fred Burgess, Le Boeuf, Lamb, Leiby, and Macrae

Laurie Crick, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Warren Dean, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

John J. Driscoll, Smit Americas, Inc.

Michael Ellis, Salvage Association, London

Rainer Engelhardt, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Richard P. Fiske, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving

Roger Gale, BP North America

Jerry Galt, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

A.E. Henn, U.S. Coast Guard

Donald S. Jensen, U.S. Coast Guard National Strike Force Coordination Center

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Symposium Participants." National Research Council. 1994. Purposeful Jettison of Petroleum Cargo. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4549.
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Jack Kalro, Diversified Technologies

Robert H. Nicholas, Jr., Exxon Company, U.S.A.

V. Lee Okarma Rees, Graham & Dunn

Anne Rothe, National Wildlife Federation

Participants

Thomas Allegretti, American Waterways Operators

Tim M. Beaver, Global Diving and Salvage

Alan Becker, PCCI

Jim Bladh, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving

Alex Blanton, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Liz Sigel Bouchard, Vessel Operations and Maritime Initiatives, Transportation Institution,

Carolann Bowen, Office of Coastal Protection, Florida Department of Natural Resources

Alan Breed, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Richard H. Brown, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows & Keating

Robert T. Bush, Universe Tankships, Inc.

Edward G. Cawthon, Turecamo of Savannah, Inc.

Barry E. Chambers, Clean America, Inc.

William Chubb, U.S. Coast Guard

Kevin Cohen, Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills

Mark Cohen, Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williiams, L.L.P.

Patricia A. Collins, U.S. Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center

Sean T. Connaughton, Haight, Gardner, Poor & Havens

Philip Cooney, American Petroleum Institute

John D. Costello, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Joseph J. Cox, American Institute of Merchant Shipping

Lee R. Crockett, Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries Staff, U.S. House of Representatives

Thomas F. Daly, McCarter & English, Esquires

Andrew W. D'Angelo, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

Graham H. Deere, The Salvage Association

Rita J. Diehl, Council on Ocean Law

Michael Donohoe, U.S. Coast Guard Environmental Protection Division

J. Stephen Dorrler, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Ron Duckhorn, Crowley Marine Services

William Eichbaum, Marine Board and World Wildlife Fund

Glenn Epler, U.S. Coast Guard

Gary Faber, Crowley Marine Services

Richard B. Fairbanks, Titan Maritime Industries, Inc.

Bruce Fernie, Fleet Management, Texaco Marine Services, Inc.

Richard Fredricks, Marine Spill Response Corporation

William O. Gray, Skaarup Oil Corporation

David Hall

Paul Hankins, U.S. Navy Naval Sea Systems Command Office of Salvage and Diving

Robert E. Hartzel, Ellsworth Salvage, Inc.

John R. Henley, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

David V. Hutchinson Department of Justice

Marcus J. Johnson, Consultant

Eugene M. Kelly, Amoco Transport Company

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Symposium Participants." National Research Council. 1994. Purposeful Jettison of Petroleum Cargo. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4549.
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Christopher Kende, Holtzmann, Wise & Shepard

David M. Kennedy, NOAA Hazardous Materials

Response and Assessment Division Richard Knee, U.S. Coast Guard

John Koster, Healy and Baillie

Miles Kulukundis, INTERTANKO, United Kingdom P&I Club, Salvage Working Group

J. T. Leigh, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Marilyn Leland, RCAC

Malcolm MacKinnon, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

Charles S. Maclin, Gallagher Marine Systems, Inc.

Gerald A. Malia, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows & Keating

Henry Marcus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bruce B. McCloskey, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

James McDonald, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Jack McGrath, Marine Spill Response Corporation

William Merlin, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Trygve A. Meyer, INTERTANKO

Mark Miller, National Response Corporation

W. I. Milwee, Milwee Associates, Inc.

Jim Morgan, Arco Marine

Barry Ray Ogilby, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Skip Onstad, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Hans Kristian Øvstaas, The Bergesen [DY] Group

Paul Preus, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

Albert A. Propsma, Smit Americas, Inc.

Klaas J. Reinigert, International Salvage Union and SMIT TAK B.V.

Kent Roberts, Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt

Richard Roth, Crowley Marine Services

John R. Sambrook, The Salvage Association, Ltd.

Andrew Santos, Cook Inlet RCAC

W. F. Searle, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd. (retired)

David J. Sharpe, National Law Center, George Washington University

Sidney H. Shaw, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

Mike Sowby, Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game

Malcolm L. Spaulding, University of Rhode Island Department of Ocean Engineering

Rosemary Stein, Exxon Shipping Co.

James Stillwaggon, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

John L. Sullivan, Smit Americas, Inc.

Robert L. Sullivan, American Petroleum Institute

R. K. Thurman, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

Gene Toffoli, Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response, California Department of Fish and Game

Andreas K. L. Ugland, INTERTANKO

David Usher, Spill Control Association of America

George L. Waddell, Hancock, Rothert & Bunshoft

John Waldron, Marine Spill Response Corporation

Sidney A. Wallace, Dyer, Ellis Joseph & Mills

Ritner E. Walling, Ellsworth Salvage, Inc.

William Webster, University of California at Berkeley and Commission on Engineering

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Symposium Participants." National Research Council. 1994. Purposeful Jettison of Petroleum Cargo. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4549.
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and Technical Systems

Russell Weil, Kirlin, Campbell, Meadows and Keating

Edson Whitaker, MacKinnon Searle Consortium Ltd.

David L. Wood, Health, Safety and Environmental Protection Department, Marine

Transport Lines, Inc.

Frank Wood, U.S. Coast Guard Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection

John M. Woods, Thacher, Profitt and Wood

STAFF

CHARLES A. BOOKMAN, Director

RICHARD WILLIS, Consultant

ANDREA JARVELA, Consultant

AURORE BLECK, Administrative Assistant

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This book addresses the problem of deliberate discharge of petroleum cargo during salvage operations. It assesses the implications for shipping and marine environmental protection; documents the need to clarify U.S. law concerning intentional discharges of petroleum cargoes to save ships and prevent the loss of larger amounts of cargo; considers the implications of advances in oil spill contingency planning, environmental data acquisition and spill trajectory forecasting; and makes recommendations concerning the feasibility of developing guidelines for deciding whether to discharge oil intentionally.

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