Coast Guard members will be participating in several panel sessions during the LNG & Alternative Fuels Symposium in Seattle, Feb. 8, 2018. Maritime Commons will bring post-conference coverage to our readers who are unable to attend and we invite you to submit questions in advance on any of the following topics:
• LNG Fuel Operational Policy Development
• LNG Bunker Barge Policy and Regulations
• LNG Fueled Vessels: Domestic and International Design Aspects
• Simultaneous Operations: Fueling, Cargo and Passengers
• Batteries and Electric Propulsion
• LNG and Alternative Fuels: The Way Ahead
Coast Guard speakers will, where possible, answer questions live, during panel sessions. Additionally, Maritime Commons will include all responses as part of our post-conference coverage.
Submit questions in the comment section below, via Twitter @maritimecommons, or via email to Cdr. Marc Montermerlo at Marc.J.Montemerlo@uscg.mil.
We hope to hear from you!
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