About Us

The Mission of PortVision50 is to work with North American Ports and other maritime stakeholders to understand the mix of technical, operational, and innovative solutions applicable to ships that are required to achieve the goals of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) GHG Strategy. PortVision50 will engage in a dialog with the necessary stakeholders to ensure that Port infrastructure projects will be aligned with the global projects supporting IMO 2030 and 2050.

Margaret Kaigh Doyle

Founding Board Member

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), SEA\LNG 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. 

Paul Evans

Founding Board Member

Paul Evans is a scientist, retired executive, and mentor who spent almost 43 years in the energy business. Paul prides himself on understanding how things and people work and enjoys sifting through information to find the underlying patterns that drive commerce and human behavior. Evans has founded multiple energy companies since the mid-1990’s, but in 2009 he diversified into developing the natural gas fuel business for passenger vehicles, which eventually led to his most recent position as Executive Vice-President at Eagle LNG Partners, where he worked on winning the right to build LNG bunkering infrastructure in the Port of Long Beach, the Port of New York & New Jersey, and the Port of Galveston.

Jan Flores

Founding Board Member

As Vice-president of NETSCo, Jan Flores leads the firm providing complete ship, tug, and barge designs of all types from concept design through construction. Jan also leads all initiatives in marine environmental solutions, such as ballast water treatment systems (BWMS), exhaust gas scrubbers (EGS), use of alternative fuels, (LNG, CNG, Methanol, Ammonia), Hybrid and Fuel Cell technologies among others.  Mr. Flores’ maritime and offshore industry career spans over 30 years in engineering, project manager and business development.   Prior to joining NETSCo, Jan was head of offshore development at Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) involving FSO, FPSO, and Shuttle Tanker Projects.  Jan began his maritime career at Crowley Maritime Corporation where he held various positions within the marine transportation and offshore segments, including operations and project management, marine and technical superintendent and marine engineering. Mr. Flores graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology, with specialization in naval architecture. He is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in naval architecture and marine engineering.

Anna Silva

Founding Board Member

A proud graduate of State University of New York Maritime College, Anna Silva holds both a Bachelor of Engineering in Naval Architecture and a Master of Science in International Transportation Management.  She sailed for several years aboard tugs as a Second Mate before coming ashore.  Her career has taken her across the maritime industry, working in ship and port operations, education and business development. Anna is the Operations Supervisor at Port Everglades and maintains a dynamic presence in the local maritime community.  She is the current co-President of the Florida Chapter for the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA).  Anna also serves as the Vice President of the South Florida Chapter of the Fort Schuyler Maritime Alumni Association.

Marjorie Zoretic

Founding Board Member

Marjorie Zoretic brings over a decade of operational experience to her role as Director of Business Development for Foss Maritime where she serves customers in the U.S. Government and in emerging markets such as LNG bunkering and offshore wind. She joined Foss Maritime in February 2017 as Operations Manager for America’s first LNG Bunker Barge, Clean Jacksonville and served as owner’s Project Manager during construction. With the Foss Maritime team, she established operations and led the project from the first deliveries of LNG by barge to TOTE’s Marlin Class Vessels through TOTE’s 100th bunkering by barge. Marjorie Zoretic has also served as General Manager of Foss Atlantic responsible for Foss Maritime Company’s operations on the U.S. East Coast, the Caribbean, and in the Gulf which has included space flight component transport for United Launch Alliance and Space X. After graduating with a degree in Logistics and Intermodal Transportation from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in 2008, she started her maritime career aboard Excelerate Energy’s LNG regasification vessels conducting first of its kind LNG floating regasification (FSRU) operations, which have since become industry standard. She also served aboard Chevron product tankers and led deck crews with multiple Ultra-Deepwater drilling operators. Her offshore experience included support of shipyard outfitting and drilling trials for Shell’s exploratory drilling operations offshore in Alaska. She elevated her USCG license to 1600 Ton Master and Chief Mate AGT license before joining Foss Maritime.

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