Published Articles

  • Port Technology, March 2016: "Easing Congestion: methods for Handling Traffic"
  • World Port Development, Jan-Feb 2016: "Protecting Your Assets in the Maritime Environment" (pdf)
  • World Pipeline, February 2016: "Providing Problematic Pipeline Protection" (pdf)
  • Tanker Operator, October 2015: "Tanker Terminal Idle Time Measurement and Analysis" (pdf)
  • Ocean News & Technology, October 2015: "U.S. Coast Guard Regulations Expand AIS Carriage, Create New Opportunities to Improve Maritime Operations" (pdf)
  • World Port Development, May 2015: "Rising demurrage costs - what can be done?" (pdf)
  • Port Technology International, Navis World Edition 65: "Protecting Assets: AIS-based Vessel Tracking" (pdf)
  • Tug & OSV, November/December 2014: "AIS tracking technology is the safe option" (pdf)
  • Tanker Operator, October 2014: "Imporving Maritime safety, security, and efficiency with AIS" (pdf) 
  • Tanker Operator, January/February 2014: "Creating virtual aids to navigation (ATONs)" (pdf)
  • Port Technology, Volume 60/November 2013:“Improving Terminal Operations While Simplifying Regulatory Compliance”
  • Inland Port, Issue IV 2013: “Improving the “Fit” Between Docks and Vessels for Optimal Job Scheduling,” (Page 19).
  • Tank Storage Magazine, Sep/Oct 2013: "Improving Terminal Operations" (pdf)
  • Waterways Today, August 2013:  “Setting the Standard” (OCIMF focused, page 16)
  • Waterways Today, May/June 2013:  “System Upgrade” (best practices with a reference to OCIMF, page 28) .
  • Tug&OSV, May/June 2013: "Working Together for the Best Outcome" (pdf)
  • Port Finance International, March 8, 2013: Competing in a new era of marine terminal managment
  • Inland Port, Issue II 2013: (includes cover mention of the contributed feature article)
  • Digital Ship, March 2013: Competing in a new era of marine terminal managent
  • Downstream Today, October 2012

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Thailand’s Kra Canal: Game-Changer Waiting to Happen

Building a canal across Thailand’s Kra Isthmus to connect the Andaman Sea in the Indian Ocean to the South China Sea isn’t a new idea. In fact, it’s been around since the 17th century, when a king in the region requested a report on the feasibility of the project. The notion resurfaced two centuries later, when Ferdinand de Lesseps—the “Father of the Suez Canal”—expressed support for such a...Read more

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