On October 28, 2021, PV50’s President, Margaret Kaigh Doyle and founding Director Jan Flores participated in an alternative fuels at the 2021 SNAME Fall Convention held in Providence, RI. Doyle focused on methanol as a marine fuel while Flores’ presentation discussed the use of ammonia as a future fuel. Please click the images below to see the presentations.
PortVision50 Participates in Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) Fall Convention
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Margaret Kaigh Doyle has spent three decades working in the maritime and energy sectors. Doyle served four terms as an appointed member of the US Coast Guard Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC), most recently chairing its LNG Fuels Subcommittee. In 2014, Doyle was responsible for developing and delivering the first set of LNG Bunkering Courses in North America. In 2017, she worked as a member of the prep team for Eagle LNG Partners Talleyrand Bunkering Depot, designed and built specifically to fuel the Crowley Dual Fuel ConRo Vessels. Doyle has also participated on the U.S. Delegation to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on LNG matters and serves as a value contributor to the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), SEALNG and the Society for Marine Gas as Fuel (SGMF). She is a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and holds advanced degrees in engineering from The George Washington and Pennsylvania State Universities. View more posts