Trauthwein, Greg

Trauthwein, Greg

Editor
Gregory R. Trauthwein has covered the global maritime market for more than 25 years, today serving as Editor & Associate Publisher with full content responsibilities for four b2b trade publications, 10 websites and a dozen Enewsletters serving the global maritime, offshore, subsea and energy sectors. The lead title is Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, since 1939 the world’s leading largest audited circulation b2b magazine serving the global maritime sector.
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Three Questions: Matt Tremblay, VP, Global Offshore Markets, ABS

Feb 23, 2024

The American Bureau of Shipping dominates the global market in the classification of Floating Production. Offshore Engineer recently sat with Matt Tremblay, ABS’ Vice President of Global Offshore Markets, at American Bureau of Shipping HQ in…

Marine Power R&D Insights: Matt Hart, Wabtec Corporation

Feb 13, 2024

Matt Hart, Manager & Platform Leader, Marine & Stationary Power Systems, Wabtec, offers insights on how the megatrends of decarbonization, energy transition and autonomy all inspire and impact the marine power solutions from Wabtec.Matt, to start us off…

Gazelle Prepares for a Floating Wind Future

Feb 05, 2024

As offshore wind power spreads globally, it’s widely acknowledged that the maturation of floating wind power platforms will exponentially increase the availability of resources, as a majority of the wind power lies outside the installation zone of fixed systems…

Harnessing the 'Mocean' of the Ocean

Dec 20, 2023

Garnering power from ocean waves is a generation behind the progress of offshore wind, but Mocean Energy, led by founder and managing director Cameron McNatt, is aiming to help offshore companies power up it’s offshore and seafloor assets with its Blue Star system…

Robotics in the EngineRoom

Dec 14, 2023

When talk turns to autonomous ships, a first question always centers on how routine and emergency repair and maintenance will be conducted. Trey Taylor, Director of Digital Innovation, Fairbanks Morse Defense (FMD), discusses FMD’s research and development on next-gen engine room robotics…

NOAA is Hiring Mariners

Nov 26, 2023

The shortage of mariner globally is well documented, a shortage that impacts the U.S.’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). In a recent interview with Maritime Reporter TV, Chris Nichols, Professional Mariner Recruiter, NOAA…

Floating Wind Faces Mooring System Supply Chain Bottlenecks

Nov 14, 2023

A combination of technical and market factors could drive supply chain bottlenecks for mooring system components in the emerging offshore wind sector, says Philip Lewis, director of research at Intelatus Global Partners.See the full video interview here.

Will Floating Offshore Wind Drive a Shipbuilding Boom?

Oct 17, 2023

Will the emergence of a floating offshore wind industry drive demand for newbuilds? When would these new vessels be needed? And will there enough qualified mariners to crew them? Philip Lewis, director of research at Intelatus Global Partners, weighs in.See the full video interview here.

Connecting the Dots: From Remote Operations to Full Autonomy

Oct 11, 2023

Realizing the full value of digital solutions far exceeds the capability of technology. The technology exists today to help offshore energy and maritime operators radically improve efficiency and cut costs in equal measure. The real trick to…

Floating Offshore Wind By the Numbers: A Look at an Emerging Market

Oct 10, 2023

Philip Lewis, director of research at Intelatus Global Partners, breaks down growth potential in the emerging floating wind industry, including opportunities for vessels in T&I and EPCI.See the full video interview here.

Offshore Wind Vessels: Fixed vs Floating

Sep 28, 2023

How will vessel requirements in the emerging floating offshore wind industry differ from those in the existing fixed-bottom segment? Philip Lewis, director of research at Intelatus Global Partners, weighs in.See the full interview here.

Floating Wind: What Opportunities Exist for Installation Companies and Vessel Owners?

Sep 11, 2023

Floating offshore wind is an emerging technology with strong potential to become a major energy source. A fleet of specialized vessels will be required to help grow grid-connected floating wind capacity from 200 megawatts at the end of 2022 to a projected 61 gigawatts by 2035…

HexDefence Aims to Protect Offshore Wind Assets, Cradle to Grave

Aug 28, 2023

As the pace of offshore wind installation accelerates globally, all eyes turn to tools and techniques that will enable efficient installation and lifecycle protection of offshore wind towers. Balmoral, with decades of experience protection offshore oil and gas infrastructure…

CSignum RadiEM Wireless, Seamless Data Transmission from the Water

Jun 19, 2023

CSignum CEO Chris Brooks and his team discuss how its RadiEM innovation can seamlessly transmit data through the water-air boundary wirelessly.

‘Game Changer’ SOV Rem Power Sports Innovative Electric Crane

Jun 15, 2023

Rem Power is tabbed as a ‘game changer’ in the SOV market, with a number of technological highlights including the mutual design, development and delivery of an innovative 5-ton, electric, heave compensated crane from Seaonics. Ronny Pål Kvalsvik…

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