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1 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION E IMO MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE 53rd session July 2005 MEPC 53/INF.1 22 July 2005 ENGLISH ONLY LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Chairman: Vice Chairman: Mr. A. Chrysostomou (Cyprus) Mr. A. Chatterjee (India) ALGERIA M. Mohamed Said Semane, Attaché des Affaires Maritimes, Ambassade d'algérie à Londres ANGOLA Mrs. Rosa Benigna Francisco Sobrinho, Deputy Permanent of Angola to the IMO, Embassy of the Republic of Angola, London Adviser Mr. Helio E.S. Vicente, Administrative Assistant, Permanent Representation of Angola to the IMO, Embassy of the Republic of Angola, London ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Mr. Dwight C.R. Gardiner, Permanent of Antigua and Barbuda to IMO, Office of the Permanent to IMO, St. John's, Antigua Adviser Captain Bernd Lerdon, Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. Delegates are kindly asked to bring their copies to meetings and not to request additional copies.

2 - 2 - ARGENTINA Capitán de Navío Eduardo Raúl Castro Rivas, Representante Permanente Alterno, Embajada Argentina ante el Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte Prefecto General Néstor Vedovatti, Prefectura Naval Argentina (Argentine Coast Guard) Prefecto Roberto Oscar Rodriguez, Prefectura Naval Argentina (Argentine Coast Guard) AUSTRALIA Mr. Gary Andrew Prosser, General Manager, Maritime Safety and Environmental Strategy, Australian Maritime Safety Authority Alternates Mr. Paul Nelson, Manager, Environment Protection Standards, Australian Maritime Safety Authority Mr. Andrew Johnson, Manager, Invasive Marine Species Program, Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Mrs. Annaliese Caston, Senior Adviser - Policy and Enforcement, Environment Protection Standards, Australian Maritime Safety Authority Ms. Sharon Pearce, Senior Adviser, Maritime Branch, Department of Transport and Regional Services Ms. Karina McLachlan, Assistant Manager, Invasive Marine Species Program, Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Mr. Keith Alister Brown, Operations Coordinator, Australian Maritime Safety Authority Ms. Teresa Lynne Hatch, Director Maritime Operations, Australian Shipowners' Association BAHAMAS Ms. Judith Francis, Maritime Attaché, Alternate Permanent of Bahamas to IMO, Bahamas High Commission, London Alternates Captain Douglas Bell, Deputy Director, Bahamas Maritime Authority Miss Kenia Nottage, Legal Attaché, Bahamas High Commission, London Captain Patrick Cornelius, Bahamas Shipowners' Association Captain Dwain Hutchinson, Deputy Director, Bahamas Maritime Authority

3 - 3 - BANGLADESH s Mr. Shabbir Ahmad Chowdhury, Counsellor, Bangladesh High Commission, London Mr. Mohammed Anam Chowdhury, Consultant, Bangladesh Shipbreakers Association BARBADOS H.E. Mr. L. Edwin Pollard, Barbados High Commissioner and Permanent to the IMO, Barbados High Commission, London Alternate Mr. Walter Best, Shipping Superintendent, Ministry of Tourism and International Transport Mr. Fabian Hinds, Marine Biologist, Coastal Zone Management Unit Mr. André Padmore, Second Secretary, Barbados High Commission, London BELGIUM Mr. Peter Claeyssens, Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport Alternate Captain Walter Mille, Maritime Inspector, Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport Mrs. Brigitte Lauwaert, Senior Official, Management Unit North Sea Mathematical Models (MUMM) Mr. Johan Verlinden, Adjunct Director, Public Waste Agency Flanders (OVAM) Mr. Bernard Vanheule, Senior Legal Officer, Royal Belgian Shipowners' Association BELIZE Captain Nigel L. Matthews, Nautical Adviser, Belize Shipping Authority BOLIVIA Mr. Willy Torricos Andrade, Alternate Permanent of Bolivia to IMO

4 - 4 - BRAZIL Captain Luis Fernando Resano, Permanent of Brazil to IMO, Permanent Representation of Brazil to IMO Alternates Mr. David Silveira da Mota Neto, Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Relations, Permanent Representation of Brazil to IMO Mr. Wagner Lázaro, Deputy Alternative, Permanent Representation of Brazil to IMO Captain Darlei Santos Pinheiro, Brazilian Merchant Marine, Permanent Representation of Brazil to IMO Captain (Rtd) Edson P. Sobrinho, Directorate of Ports and Coasts Mr. Rudolf de Noronha, Director, Territorrial Environmental Program, Ministry of Environment Commander Marcelo Garcia, Brazilian Navy, Lead Agency of the Coordinating Commission for IMO Matters Mrs. Eliana de Macedo, Mission Officer, Permanent Representation of Brazil to IMO Mr. Cláudio Gonçalves Land, Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (Petrobras) Mr. Nilton Lemos Marroig, Senior Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (Petrobas/Transpetro) Mr. Ricardo de Almeida Maia, National Agency of Waterway Transportation - ANTAQ, Ministry of Transport Mr. Robson J. Calixto de Lima, Coastal and Marine Management Adviser, Integrated Coastal and Marine Management, Ministry of Environment Mr. Decio Mauro R. Cunha, Consultant - Naval Architect, National Agency of Waterway Transportation - ANTAQ, Ministry of Transport Mr. Celso Mauro, Marine Environment Assessment, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (Petrobras) BULGARIA Mr. Veselin I. Vasilev, Senior Inspector, Control and Protection of the Maritime Environment, Maritime Administration Executive Agency

5 - 5 - CANADA Mr. Richard Day, Director, Operations and Environmental Programs, Marine Safety, Transport Canada Alternates Mr. Tom Morris, Manager, Environmental Protection, Marine Safety, Transport Canada Mr. Paul Topping, Head, Ocean Disposal and Marine Programs, Environment Canada Mr. Denis Langlois, Senior Legal Officer, Department of Foreign Affairs Dr. Leo Donati, Acting Manager, Human Performance Division, Transportation Safety Board of Canada Mr. Christopher Skawinski, Engineering Director, Marine Exhaust Solutions Mr. Chris Wiley, Aquatics Invasive Species Coordinator, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Ms. Sonia Simard Ms. Naomi Katsumi, Policy Analyst, Marine and Aviation Emissions, Environment Canada Mr. John Redican, Manager, Environmental Response, Canadian Coast Guard CHILE s Captain Nilton Duran, Director de Intereses Maritimos y Medio Ambiente Acuatico, Directemar - Dirinmar Capitán de Fragata LT. Sr. Carlos Rios Varela, Representante Permanente de Chile ante la OMI, Embajada de Chile, Londres Alternate Capitán de Corbeta LT. Cdr. Carlos Salgado Riveros, Representante Permanente Alterno de Chile ante la OMI, Embajada de Chile, Londres

6 - 6 - CHINA Mr. Jinglu Hu, Counsellor (Maritime), Embassy of the People's Republic of China, London Alternates Mr. Guoyi Xu, Deputy Director General, China Maritime Safety Administration Mr. Hong Wei Wang, Assistant Consultant, Ministry of Communications Mr. Jun Zhao, Legal Attaché, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. Dianrong Zhao, Country Focal Point Assistant - GloBallast Project, China Maritime Safety Administration Mr. Zhang Jiuxin, Senior Engineer, Dalian Maritime Safety Administration Ms. Huifang Wang, Senior Engineer, China Classification Society Mr. Min Xu, Engineer, Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration Mr. E Hailiang, Deputy Director, Ship Safety and Environment Protection Division, China Maritime Safety Administration Mrs. Cuiming Xu, First Secretary (Maritime), Embassy of the People s Republic of China, London Mr. Zhong Min Yang, China Classification Society Mr. Yanlin Hao, Manager, China Classification Society Mr. Wang Weibi, Manager, China Ocean Shipping Group Co., Ltd. Dr. Liu Zhengjiang, Director, Dalian Maritime University Mr. Wujin Li, China Shipping Group Co., Ltd. COLOMBIA Capitán de Navio Cesar Augusto Narváez Arciniegas, Representante Permanente de Colombia ante la OMI, Embajada de Colombia ante el Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte

7 - 7 - CROATIA s Mrs. Maja Markovčić-Kostelac, Head, International and Legal Department, Ministry of the Sea, Tourism, Transport and Development Mrs. Tatjana Krilic, Senior PSC Officer, Ministry of the Sea, Tourism, Transport and Development Mr. Vjeko Barač, Surveyor, Croatian Register of Shipping Mr. Martin Bilić, Senior Adviser, Regional Centre for Assistance and Disaster Relief (RCADR) Mr. Stiven Vladislavić, Head of Department, Regional Centre for Assistance and Disaster Relief (RCADR) CUBA Sra. María Mercedes Menéndez Lotina, Agregada y Representante Permanente Alterno ante la OMI, Embajada de Cuba, Londres CYPRUS s Mr. George Demetriades, Counsellor (Maritime Affairs), Cyprus High Commission, London Mr. Andreas Chrysostomou, Marine Surveyor 'A', Department of Merchant Shipping, Ministry of Communications and Works Mr. Ioannis Efstratiou, Marine Surveyor 'A', Department of Merchant Shipping, Ministry of Communications and Works Dr. Christos Atalianis, Counsellor (Maritime Affairs), Cyprus High Commission, London Adviser Dr. Michael Ierides, Secretary General, CYMEPA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA Mr. Yun Min Jong, Deputy Permanent to IMO, Minister, Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, London Alternate Mr. Kwang Nam Ri, Second Secretary (Maritime Affairs), Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, London

8 - 8 - DENMARK s Mr. Peter Jakobsen, Director, Ministry of the Environment Mrs. Camilla Mathiesen, Special Adviser, Ministry of the Environment Mr. Jørgen Rasmussen, Chief Ship Surveyor, Danish Maritime Authority Mr. Ralph Sylvestersen, Special Adviser/Principal Ship Surveyor, Danish Maritime Authority Mr. Jesper Loldrup, Head of Section, Danish Maritime Authority Mr. Ivan Andersen, Head of Section, Danish Environmental Protection Agency Ms. Lone Schou, Head of Section, Danish Environmental Protection Agency Mr. Ulrik C. Berggreen, Ministry of the Environment, Danish Nature and Forest Agency Mr. Hans Henrik Petersen, Head of Department, Danish Shipowners' Association Mr. Lars Robert Pedersen, Director of Technical Operations Dr. Kim Sørensen, R&D Manager, Aalborg Industries A/S Mr. Svend Henningsen, Manager, R&D Basic Research and Emission, MAN B&W Diesel A/S DOMINICA s Mr. Norman Lemley, Deputy Maritime Administrator for Regulatory Affairs Mr. Eric R. Dawicki, Deputy Maritime Administrator for Maritime Affairs ECUADOR Captain Patricio Goyes-Arroyo, Defence Attaché, Representante Permanente del Ecuador ante la OMI, Embajada del Ecuador, Londres EGYPT s Admiral Fayez Youssef Nubar Youssef, Deputy Head of Board, Maritime Safety Authority Engineer Abdou Ali Abdek Krim, First Engineer, Maritime Inspection, Egyptian Authority for Safety of Navigation Mrs. Soad Abdel Menem, General Director of International Conventions and Treaties, Maritime Transport Sector

9 - 9 - ESTONIA Mr. Olev Luhtein, Counsellor, Water Department, Ministry of the Environment Alternate Mr. Heino Jaakula, Adviser, Foreign Relations and Information Department, Estonian Maritime Administration FINLAND s Mr. Jorma Kämäräinen, Senior Maritime Inspector, Finnish Maritime Administration Mrs. Minna Kivimäki, Ministerial Counsellor, Ministry of Transport and Communications Alternate Mrs. Outi Väkevä, Senior Adviser, Ministry of the Environment Adviser Captain Bo Gyllenberg, Managing Director, Finnish Ship Officers' Union FRANCE s M. Eric Berder, Sous-Directeur de la Sécurité Maritime, Direction des Affaires Maritimes et des Gens de la Mer Amiral (Affaires Maritimes) Gérard Gasc, Conseiller Maritime, Représentant Permanent de la France auprès de l'omi, Ambassade de France, Londres Alternates M. Jean-Louis Bissuel, Chargé de Mission auprès du Directeur des Affaires Économiques et Financières, Ministère des Affaires Etrangères Mlle. Caroline Demartini, Chargée de Mission Conventions Internationales, Ministère de l'ecologie et du Développement Durable Mme. Olga Pestel Lefèvre, Responsable "Marchandises dangereuses" à la Direction des Affaires Maritimes et des Gens de Mer, Ministère de l'equipement, des Transports, du Logement, du Tourisme et de la Mer Mlle Caroline Plouzennec, Ingénieur au Bureau du Contróle de la Sécurité des Navires, Ministére des Transports M. Eric Banel, Adjoint au Chef du Bureau du Contrôle des Activités Maritimes, Ministère de l'équipement, des Transports, du Tourisme et de la Mer M. Jean-François Fauduet, Manager, Statutory Affairs, Bureau Véritas M. Marc Lassagne, Chercheur, Groupe de Recherche Risque, Information Decision (CNRS)

10 GERMANY s Ms. Petra Bethge, Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing Ms. Rosemarie Kolbeck, Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing Alternates Mr. Friedhelm Bertelsmeier, First Secretary (Transport), Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, London Mr. Sebastian Unger, Desk Officer, Adviser, Federal Foreign Office Mr. Rolf Bosse, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, London Mr. Wolfgang Storck, Federal Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture Mrs. Ingrid Nöh, Head, Environmental Risk Assessment of Biocides Section, Federal Environmental Agency Dr. Thomas Höfer, Scientific Regulatory Adviser, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment Mr. Holger Steinbock, See-Berufsgenossenschaft Hamburg Dipl.-Ing. Hendrik Bruhns, Head, Stability Department, Germanischer Lloyd Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Peickert, Germanischer Lloyd Dr. Reinhard Krapp, Head, Strategic Development Department, Germanischer Lloyd Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Joachim Goetze, Head, Combustion Engines, Germanischer Lloyd Mr. Jürgen Butzlaff, Head, Environmental Services Group, Germanischer Lloyd Mr. Henning Gramman, Germanischer Lloyd Captain Marcus Müller, Head, Safety and Environment Protection Section, German Shipowners' Association Mr. Thomas Mann, Member of the Board, Hamann AG Mr. Jörg Heidelberg, Meyer-Werft, Papenburg Dr. Stephan Gollasch, Senior Scientist, Goconsult

11 GHANA s Mr. Adaangiak Akanteyam, Chief Ship Surveyor, Division of Shipping and Navigation, Ministry of Harbours and Railways Captain Kwame Deynu, Nautical Surveyor/Examiner, Division of Shipping and Navigation, Ministry of Harbours and Railways Mr. Harry Barnes-Dabban, Corporate Environment Manager, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority Mr. Carl Kojo Fiati, Senior Programme Officer, Environmental Protection Agency Mr. Jim Westwater, General Manager, Solids Control Services Mr. Stephen Godwin-Brown, Director, Tilbury Environmental Group, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority GREECE s Captain (HCG) Andreas Zoulos, Director, Marine Environment Protection Division, Hellenic Ministry of Mercantile Marine Commander (HCG) E. Sampatakakis, Head, Marine Environment Protection Division, Department for International Affairs, Hellenic Ministry of Mercantile Marine Captain (HCG) Nikolaos Nesteroulis, Technical Maritime Attaché, Embassy of Greece, London Alternate Commander (HCG) Spyros Nikitakis, Marine Environment Protection Division, International Affairs Department, Hellenic Ministry of Mercantile Marine Dr. Emmanuel Gounaris, Minister Plenipotentiary-Expert, Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs Captain (Rtd) (HCG) Ioannis Panopoulos, Union of Greek Shipowners Mr. Stelios Stamatopoulos, Technical Adviser, Union of Greek Shipowners Mr. George-Nicolas Gabriel, Technical Adviser, Hellenic Chamber of Shipping Mr. Georgios Anastasiou, Technical Adviser, Pan-Hellenic Seamen's Federation Mr. Stavros Petridis, Technical Adviser, Pan-Hellenic Seamen's Federation Mr. Dimitris Mitsatsos, Director-General, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Mrs. Christiana Prekeze, Technical Adviser, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Mrs. Aspasia Pastra, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Dr. Marina Papaioannou, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Ms. Fotini Balouri, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Mr. Antonios Ntalakogiorgos, Pan-Hellenic Seamen s Federation

12 GUATEMALA Mr. Rodrigo Vielmann, Permanent Alternate of Guatemala to IMO, Embassy of Guatemala, London HONDURAS Sra. Jenny Kafati, Consejera y Representante Permanente Alterna ante a la OMI, Embajada de Honduras, Londres Adviser Capitán John Jones, Asesor ICELAND Mr. Kristján Geirsson, Project Manager, Environment and Food Agency INDIA s Mr. Ajoy Chatterjee, Head of Delegation, Chief Surveyor, Government of India, Country Focal Point, GloBallast Project, India Mr. Dinesh Kumar, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Shipping Mr. Mayilrangam V. Ramamurthy, Senior Vice-President (Shipping), Reliance Industries Ltd. Indian National Shipowners Association Alternates Mr. M.A. Thalha, Deputy Inspector General and Director (Fisheries and Environment), Indian Coast Guard Dr. Arga Chandrashekhar Anil, Scientist and Head, MCMRD, National Institute of Oceanography Mr. U.S. Kalghatgi, Senior Surveyor, Indian Register of Shipping Mr. P.S. Nagarsheth, President, Iron, Steel Scrap and Shipbreakers Association

13 INDONESIA Mr. Heru Prasetyo, Transport Attaché, Alternate Permanent of Indonesia to IMO, Indonesian Embassy, London Alternates Mr. Kusuma Pradopo, First Secretary, Indonesian Embassy, London Mrs. Listiana Operananta, Third Secretary, Indonesian Embassy, London IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) Mr. Alireza Satei, Head of Delegation, Director-General of Ports and Shipping, Bushehr Province Alternates Mr. Hossein Ali Gholizadeh, Deputy Permanent to IMO Mr. Ahmad Parhizi, Head of Search and Rescue and Maritime Environment Protection Department, Ports and Shipping Organization Mr. Amir Saman Torabizadeh, Group Manager of Maritime Rules and Regulations, IRISL Mr. Farzad Hashemi, Lead Auditor of Safety and Quality, National Iranian Tanker Company Engineer Hassani Abolghasem, Managing Director, NIOC-IOCC IRELAND s Mr. David Taylor, Engineer and Ship Surveyor, Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources Mr. James Snelgrove, Ship Surveyor, Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources Ms. Lorraine McGurk, Higher Executive Officer, Marine Environment, Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources ISRAEL Captain Zvi Peter Shahor, Head, Port State Control Alternates Mr. Uri Tyroler, Ballast Water Treatment Business Development Manager, Amiad Filtration System, Administration of Shipping and Ports, Ministry of Transport Captain Alexander Gerson, Senior Shipping Inspector, Ministry of Transport, Administration of Shipping and Ports

14 ITALY s R.Adm. (ICG) Giancarlo Olimbo, Maritime Attaché, Embassy of Italy, London Mrs. Patrizia De Angelis, Head of Division, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Francesco Valentini, Head of Division, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Angelo Ciasca, Officer, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Enrico Lanza, Expert, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Roberto Giangreco, Officer, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Ermanno Zanardi, Expert, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mrs. Marinella Vuoli, Ministry of Environment and Territory Dr. Ezio Amato, Senior Scientist, Central Institute for Marine Research (ICRAM) Ms. Giulietta Rak, Researcher, Central Institute for Marine Research (ICRAM) Dr. Erika Magaletti, Researcher, Central Institute for Marine Research (ICRAM) Mrs. Ilaria Masone, Consultant, Ministry of Environment and Territory Mr. Pietro Rossi, Manager, Eni - Div. Refining and Marketing - Shipping - HSE Mr. Giorgio Saletti, Italian Register of Shipping, RINA S.p.A. JAMAICA Captain Lennox Bailey, Director, Safety, Environment and Certification, Maritime Authority of Jamacia

15 JAPAN s Mr. Noriyoshi Yamagami, Counsellor (Transport), Embassy of Japan, London Mr. Hidenori Imade, Director for International Regulations, Safety Standards Division, Maritime Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Mr. Yoshio Sasamura, Technical Adviser, Japan Ship Research Association Mr. Koichi Yoshida, Principal Research Co-ordinator, National Maritime Research Institute Alternates Mr. Tadayuki Uemura, First Secretary (Transport), Embassy of Japan, London Mr. Eiichi Muraoka, Deputy Director, Safety Standards Division, Maritime Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Mr. Mitsuhiko Ida, Director Ocean Office, Policy Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Mr. Akihiro Nakamura, Deputy Director, Environmental Transport Policy Division, Environmental Management Bureau, Ministry of the Environment Mr. Yuji Adachi, Section Chief Global Environment Issues Division, Global Environment Bureau Ministry of the Environment Dr. Yasuwo Fukuyo, Professor, Asian Natural Environmental Science Centre, University of Tokyo Mr. Bin Okamura, Federation of Electric Power Companies Captain Mitsukuni Okabe, Professor, National Institute for Sea Training, Independent Administrative Institution Mr. Ryosuke Okabe, Chief Researcher, Japan Ship Research Association Dr. Masayoshi Kawakami, Senior Manager, Niigata Power Systems Co., Ltd. Dr. Kiyoshi Shibata, Head, Environmental Assesment Group, Environment and Energy Department, National Maritime Research Institute Mr. Takeshi Naruse, Senior Researcher, National Maritime Research Institute Mr. Shinichiro Otsubo, Director, Japan Ship Centre (JETRO) Mr. Makoto Arai, Japanese Shipowners Association Mr. Shinichi Hanayama, Researcher, Institute for Ocean Policy, Research Foundation Ms. Miyuki Ishibashi, Consultant, Health, Safety and Environment Consulting Division, Japan NUS Company Limited Ms. Hatsumi Yano, Senior Researcher, Marine Pollution Prevention Research Department, Japan Association of Marine Safety Captain Takeaki Kikuchi, General Manager, Marine Pollution Prevention Research Department, Japan Association of Marine Safety Captain Yosuke Tai, Senior Researcher, Marine Pollution Prevention Research Department, Japan Association of Marine Safety Mr. Katsumi Yoshida, Senior Researcher, Marine Pollution Prevention Research Department, Japan Association of Marine Safety Mr. Shuuichi Kobayashi, Technical Adviser, Japan Association of Marine Safety

16 Mr. Koichi Murata, Manager, Material and Equipment Department, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class NK) Mr. Katsuhide Kuno, Manager, Technical Department, Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan Dr. Toshiro Arima, Manager, Development Department, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class NK) Mr. Nobuyuki Utsumi, Chief Manager, Marine Affairs Department, Nippon Foundation Captain Jin Kurokoshi, Deputy Manager, Marine Division, Japanese Shipowners' Association Mr. Jun Soma, General Manager, London Research Office, Japan Association of Marine Safety Mr. Kengo Nakamura, Japanese Shipowners' Association (Europe District Branch) KUWAIT Captain Ali Abbas Haider Farman, Director, Marine Pollution Monitoring Department, Environment Public Authority LATVIA Ms. Ģertrūde Aniņa, Senior Expert of Marine Environment Protection of Marine Safety Department, Maritime Administration of Latvia LIBERIA Captain Armett E. Hill, Deputy Permanent, Liberian Permanent Mission to IMO, London Alternate Mr. Molin Doelu, Assistant Commissioner, International Affairs/Marketing, Liberian Permanent Mission to IMO, London Mr. Peter Kidman, General Manager, Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) Captain David Pascoe, Director of Marine Operations, Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) Mr. Gregory Shark, American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Dr. William Moore, Head, Loss Prevention, the American Club, New York LUXEMBOURG M. Alain Hoffman, Conseiller Technique, Commissariat aux Affaires Maritimes, Ministère de l'economie et du Commerce Exterieur

17 MALAYSIA s Captain Ahmad Othman, Deputy Director General, Marine Department Peninsular Mr. Mohd Jaaffar Ahmad, Regional Manager, Europe Office, Malaysia Palm Oil Board Mr. Mohamad Azazm S. Rajab, General Manager, Felda Marketing, Malaysia Palm Oil Association MALTA Captain Joseph Zerafa, Technical Manager, Merchant Shipping Directorate, Malta Maritime Authority Alternates Mr. J. Alden, Flag and Port State Control Inspector, Merchant Shipping Directorate, Malta Maritime Authority Mr. Stephen Camilleri, Flag and Port State Control Inspector, Merchant Shipping Directorate, Malta Maritime Authority Mr. Franck Lauwers, Senior Environment Protection Officer, Malta Environment and Planning Authority MARSHALL ISLANDS s Captain David J.F. Bruce, Senior Deputy Commissioner of Maritime Affairs, Permanent of the Republic of the Marshall Islands to IMO Captain Thomas F. Heinan, Deputy Commissioner of Maritime Affairs Rear Admiral (Rtd) Robert C. North, Consultant, North Star Maritime Inc. Mr. Daniel F. Sheehan, Maritime Adviser Mr. James L. Dolan, Consultant MEXICO Mr. José Aguilar-Salazar, Consejero y Representante Permanente Alterno de México ante la OMI, Embajada de México, Londres Alternate Dr. David Enriquez Rosas, Agregado de Comunicaciones y Transportes, Embajada de México, Londres Adviser Capitán Javier Vizcarra Moreno, Coordinador del Área de Control Marino, Petroleos Mexicanos

18 MOROCCO Captain Mohamed Aboudihaj, Représentant Permanent du Maroc auprès de l'omi, Amabassade du Maroc, Londres NETHERLANDS Mr. Marten Koopmans, Senior Policy Adviser, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Alternate Mrs. Marja C. Tiemens-Idzinga, Senior Policy Adviser, IMO Co-ordination, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Mr. Maurits Prinssen, Environment Policy Adviser, National Council of Ports Mr. Meindert Vink, Policy Adviser, Netherlands Shipping Inspectorate, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Mr. Gert-Jan Huisink, Staff Member, Royal Association of Netherlands' Shipowners (KVNR) Mr. Lex Oosterbaan, Co-ordinator for International Affairs, North Sea Directorate, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Mr. Tom Peter Blankestijn, Manager, Royal Association of Netherlands' Shipowners (KVNR) Mr. Tjitso Westra, Royal Association of Netherlands' Shipowners (KVNR) Mr. Henk Baarbé, Senior Policy Adviser, Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment NEW ZEALAND Mr. Julian Roberts, Environmental Analyst, Government Analyst and Strategy, Maritime Safety Authority Alternates Dr. Chad Hewitt, Chief Principal Science Adviser (Marine), Biosecurity New Zealand Mr. Allan Bauckham, Policy Manager, Biosecurity New Zealand Mr. Nick Quinn, General Manager, Marine Pollution Response Service, Maritime Safety Authority

19 NIGERIA s Captain Etim Samuel Uwak, Marine Superintendent, Nigeria Ports Authority Mr. William Azuh, Alternate Permanent, Maritime Attaché, Nigeria High Commission, London Mrs. Juliana A. Gunwa, Head, Marine Pollution Prevention Section, National Maritime Authority Alternate Engineer Bryant O. Oluwole, Secretary-General, Abuja MoU on Port State Control Adviser Mr. Limah Abba Bukar

20 NORWAY Mr. Sveinung Oftedal, Senior Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Alternates Mr. Jens Henning Koefoed, Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mrs. Marit Viktoria Pettersen, Principal Surveyor, Norwegian Pollution Control Authority Mrs. Kristin Elise Frogg, Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mr. Veslemoy Eriksen, Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mr. Anders Ostre, Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mr. Dag Erik Danielsen, Senior Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mr. Trygve Scheel, Senior Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mrs. Hilde Kristin Hansen, Adviser, Ministry of Trade and Industry Mrs. Ingrid Bysveen Mjølnerød, Adviser, Directorate for Nature Management Mr. Bente Amandussen, Adviser, Norwegian Maritime Directorate Mr. Davor Vidas, Programme Director, Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute Mr. Birgir Nilsen, Consultant, OptimMarin AS Mr. Kjell O. Skjølsvik, Research Manager, Division of Machinery and Technical Operations, Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK) Mr. Aage Bjørn Andersen, Principal Engineer, Det Norske Veritas Mr. Karl Rygh, Principal Surveyor, Det Norske Veritas Mr. Eivind Haugen, Principal Surveyor, Det Norske Veritas Mr. Kåare Klokk, Principal Surveyor, Det Norske Veritas Mr. Rune Karlsen, Head of Section, Norwegian Shipowners' Association Mr. Terje C. Gløersen, Director, Norwegian Shipowners' Association OMAN Mr. Suleiman Al-Busaidy, Superintendent, General Pollution Control, Ministry of Regional Municipalities, Environment and Water Resources PAKISTAN Commandant Imran Ansari, Defence and Naval Adviser, Pakistan Marine Academy

21 PANAMA Captain Ian Finley, Deputy Permanent of Panama to IMO, Permanent Mission of Panama to IMO, London Mr. Arsenio Dominguez, Panama Maritime Authority Mr. Joaquin Carrasquedo, Legal Adviser, Permanent Mission of Panama to IMO, London Mr. Ramon Pérez, Marine Engineer, Permanent Mission of Panama to IMO, London Mr. Duncan Findlay Ms. María Eugenia Kaa PAPUA NEW GUINEA s H.E. Ms. Jean L. Kekedo, OBE, High Commissioner, High Commission for Papua New Guinea, London Mr. Cephas Kayo, Second Secretary, IMO Liaison Officer, High Commission for Papua New Guinea, London PERU Sra. Doris Sotomayor, Minister, Embajada del Perú, Londres Alternate Rear Admiral Ivan Eduardo Manuel Carrillo Willis, Naval Attaché, Embajada del Perú, Londres Adviser Sra. Marisol Aguero, Consejera, Embajada del Perú, Londres PHILIPPINES s Commodore Elpidio B. Padama, Commander, Philippine Coast Guard Mr. Neil Frank Ferrer, Second Secretary and Consul, Alternate Permanent to IMO, Embassy of the Philippines, London

22 POLAND s Mr. Pawel Czerwinski, Counsellor and Permanent to IMO, Embassy of Poland, London Mr. Karol Wojcik, Ministry of Infrastructure Mr. Stanislaw Lunkiewicz, Chief Inspector, Environmental Protection Department, Maritime Office, Gdynia Mrs. Aneta Kuczyc-Skrobicka, Deputy Head, Environmental Protection Inspectorate, Maritime Office, Szczecin PORTUGAL s Mrs. Teresa Martins de Oliveira, Alternate Permanent of Portugal to IMO, Portuguese Embassy, London Captain Jorge Semedo Da Silva, Technical Adviser, Instituto Portuário e dos Transportes Marítimos Mr. José M. Vargas Baptista, Instituto Portuário e dos Transportes Marítimos Adviser Mr. José Velho Gouveia, Direcção-Geral da Autoridade Marítima QATAR s Mr. Salem Al Wohaibi, Manager, Messaied Port, Qatar Petroleum Mr. Faisal Al-Hajri, Head, Control and Inspection, Customs and Ports General Authority Mr. Ali Al-Maqeef, Port State Control Office, Customs and Ports General Authority Mr. Sabaan Mismar Al-Jassim, Member, Supreme Council for the Environment and Natural Reserves Mr. Hussain Al-Kubaisi, Chemical Engineer, Supreme Council for the Environment and Natural Reserves

23 REPUBLIC OF KOREA s Mr. Yeang-Jun Jang, Maritime Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MOMAF) Mr. Hak-Bae Yoon, First Secretary for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Alternate to IMO, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, London Mr. Sam-Yeol Kim, Deputy Director, Maritime Technology Division Mr. Byeong-Gon Kim, Assistant Director, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MOMAF) Mr. Sang-Jin Lee, Deputy Director, Korea Coast Guard Mr. Woo-Rack Suh, Manager, Education Team, Korea Marine Pollution Response Corporation Professor Daewon Pak, Seoul National University of Technology Mr. Han-Seon Park, Senior Surveyor, Korea Society of Ship Inspection and Technology Mr. Eun-Chan Kim, Principal Researcher, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering Mr. Jong-Yuel Choi, Senior Surveyor, Korean Register of Shipping Mr. Seung-An Jang, Principal Surveyor, Korean Register of Shipping Professor Don-Chool Lee, Mokpo National Maritime University Professor Ki-Seng Kwon, Korea Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology Mr. Hyung-In Lee, Surveyor, Korea Register of Shipping Mr. Sae-Hyun Kim, Manager, Marine Affairs Teams, Korea Shipowners' Association Mr. Sung-Hyun Kim, Assistant Manager, Technical Affairs Team, Korea Shipbuilders' Association Mr. Hyoung-Seog Kim, Senior Engineer, Basic Design Team, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. Mr. Dong-Eon Kim, Manager, Basic Design Team, STX Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. Mr. Soo-Tae Lee, President, Pan-Asia Precision and Eng. Co., Ltd. Mr. Kang-Pyung Lee, President, Techross Inc. Mr. Hae-Hyun Lee, President, Daeil Chemical Industry Mr. Hyung-Chul Lee, General Manager, London Office, Korean Register of Shipping Professor Jeong-Gil Nam, Mokpo National Maritime University

24 ROMANIA s Mr. Valentin Eugen Serbanescu, Deputy General Director (Head of Delegation), Romanian Naval Authority Mr. Ion Dragomir, Head, Environment Protection Department, Romanian Maritime Training Centre, Ceronav Alternate Captain Constantin Casiade, Director, TNA's Co-ordination Department, Romanian Naval Authority RUSSIAN FEDERATION s Mr. Igor M. Ponomarev, Permanent of the Russian Federation to IMO Mr. Vladimir Karev, Director, State Marine Pollution Control, Salvage and Rescue Administration (MPCSA), Ministry of Transport Alternates Mr. Yuri A. Kolesnikov, Deputy Permanent of the Russian Federation to IMO, Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to IMO Dr. Elena Nesterenko, Senior Counsellor, Legal Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dr. Natalja G. Kutaeva, Deputy Director/Head of Division, State Marine Pollution Control, Salvage and Rescue Administration (MPCSA), Ministry of Transport Dr. Gennady Semanov, Head of Laboratory, Central Merchant Marine Research Institute (CNIIMF) Mr. Sergey Legusha, Principal Surveyor, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Mr. Felix Ivanov, Senior Surveyor, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Mr. Anatoly Yantchuk, Director, Sakhalin Salvage Company Mr. Anatoly Togunyatz, Head, Naval Architect Department, State Research and Design Institute for Fishing Mr. Vyacheslav Belyakov Captain Ivan Petruk, Deputy General Manager, Maritime Safety, SOVCOMFLOT SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS s Mr. Nigel Smith, International Registrar of Shipping and Seamen, Saint Kitts and Nevis Ship Registry Mr. Bijimon Punnoose, Technical Director, International Register of Shipping

25 SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES Mr. Edward Philip Nannini, Deputy Permanent of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to IMO SAUDI ARABIA s Mr. Ali Mohammad Al-Attas, Consultant, Ministry of Petroleum Mr. Mohammed Hussein Alzayer Lt.Cl. Jaber Abdullah Al-Sefry, Ministry of Defense Lt. Cl. Hatem Ghazi Al-Bishr, Ministry of Interior Mr. Khalil Ben Ahmed Al-Fardan, Naval Engineer, Ministry of Transport Mr. Abdullah Salem Bin Afif, Sea Ports Authority Mr. Mohammad A. Al-Gilani, Pollution Control and Environmental Engineer, Vela International Marine Ltd. Mr. Walim Rasheed Al-Shammari, Manager (Environment), Khafji Joint Operations Alternate Mr. Ahmed Abdulrahman Al-Babtain, Marine Superintendent, Saudi ARAMCO Mr. Ali Al-Mohsen, Global Oil Spill Director, Saudi ARAMCO Mr. Saleh E. Al-Ghamdi, Vice-President Operations, Saudi Arabian Texaco INC. SINGAPORE Mr. Zafrul Alam, Second Assistant Director (Ship Certification), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) Alternates Mr. Matthew Lee, First Secretary (Maritime), Singapore High Commission, London Miss Julia Chan Sook Yin, Policy Analyst, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) Mr. Siang-E Foo, Marine Surveyor (Ship Surveyor), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) Mr. Michael Holmes, Associate Director, Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore Dr. Shangyong Liang, Research Scientist, Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering

26 SLOVENIA Mr. Matej David, Probationer Assistant, Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport, University of Ljublijana SOUTH AFRICA Ms. Aurelia Nosipho Sobekwa, Chief Director, Maritime Regulation, Department of Transport Alternate Mr. Dumisani Ntuli, Minister (Maritime Affairs), High Commission for the Republic of South Africa, London Captain Robert J. Zanders, Principal Officer, South African Maritime Safety Authority Dr. Yazeed Peterson, Deputy Director, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism Ms. Lorraine Dlamini, Secretary, High Commission for the Republic of South Africa, London

27 SPAIN s D. Esteban Pacha Vicente, Consejero de Transportes y Representante Permanente Alterno de España ante la Organización Marítima Internacional, Embajada de España en Londres D. Javier Villanueva Santaulari, Head, Maritime Pollution Department, General Directorate of Merchant Marine D. Manuel Nogueira Romero, Agregado de Asuntos Marítimos, Embajada de España en Londres Dña. Itziar Martín, Técnico Marítimo, Subdirección General de Seguridad Marítima y Contaminación, Dirección General de la Marina Mercante D. Sergio Rodríguez, Técnico de Sociedad De Salvamento Y Seguridad Maritime Ms. Pilar Tejo, Director, Sociedad De Salvamento Y Seguridad Maritime D. Pedro Miguel Martinez, Departamento de Tecnología de Productos de Cepsa D. Jose F. Sanchez, Técnico, Centro De Estudios De Puertos Y Costas (CEPYC-CEDEX) D. Oscar C. Ortega, Técnico, Centro De Estudios De Puertos Y Costas (CEPYC-CEDEX) Dña. Andrea R. García García, Consejería de Transportes, Embajada de España en Londres Dña. María Cano Olmos, Consejería de Transportes, Embajada de España en Londres Dña. Marta Gargallo Moral, Consejería de Transportes, Embajada de España en Londres D. Luis De Carlos, Consejeria de Transportes, Embajada de España en Londres Dña. Francis Fernández, Técnico, Centro De Estudios De Puertos Y Costas (CEPYC-CEDEX) SWEDEN Ms. Maria Gelin, Head of Unit, Swedish Maritime Administration Alternates Mr. Per Nordström, Deputy Director of Maritime Safety, Swedish Maritime Administration Mr. Reidar Grundström, Senior Environmental Officer, Swedish Maritime Administration Ms. Ulrika Borg, Environmental Administrator, Swedish Maritime Administration Mr. Stefan Lemieszewski, Principal Administrative Officer, Swedish Maritime Administration Mr. Christian Lindquist, Chief Surveyor, Swedish Maritime Administration Miss Marina Axén, Desk Officer, Ministry of Industry, Employment and Communications Ms. Lena Sundquist, Application Manager, Alfa Laval Tumba AB Captain Jan Ifwarsson, Head of Unit, Maritime Safety, Swedish Shipowners' Association

28 SWITZERLAND Mr. Reto Dürler, Head, Swiss Maritime Navigation Office, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC Mr. Mohamad Hussain Hussain, Tartus Oil Terminal Manager, Syrian Company for Oil Transport (SCOT) THAILAND Mr. Pakorn Prasertwong, Chief, Marine Environment Division, Marine Safety and Environment Protection Bureau, Marine Department, Ministry of Transport Alternate Mr. Somsak Jittra, Transport Technical Officer, International Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Transport TURKEY Mr. Fikret Hakgüden, Expert Counsellor, Alternate Permanent of Turkey to IMO, Embassy of Turkey, London Alternates Mr. Yilmaz Taşci, Chief Operator, Marine Environment Department, Undersecretariat of Maritime Affairs Mrs. Mehtap Ozdemir, Plan Control and Research Engineer, Türk Loydu Mr. Altan Yigit, Environmental Engineer, Turkish Coast Guard Command Miss Ayşe Esin Başkan, Environmental Engineer, Turkish Coast Guard Command Miss Sebnem Doga Atay, (Environmental Engineer), Turkish Petroleum Co. TUVALU Captain Alexander Morrison, Liaison Officer of Tuvalu to IMO

29 UKRAINE s Mr. Maksymovych Petro, Deputy Head, Shipping and Safety Department, State Department of Marine and Inland Water Transport Mr. Oleksii Stepanov, Counsellor for Legal and Maritime Affairs, Embassy of Ukraine, London Alternates Mr. Vladimir Rabotnyov, Country Focal Point, Information and Analytical Centre for Shipping Safety Miss Lali Moroz, Third Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. Sergey Limanchuk, Chief Expert, Information and Analytical Centre for Shipping Safety Mr. Mykhaylo Lavrynenko, Head, Environmental Safety Division, Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Dr. Anbiah Rajan, Marine Environment Researcher, Environmental Research and Wildlife Developement Agency

30 UNITED KINGDOM s Mr. Tom Allan, Permanent of the United Kingdom to IMO, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Paul Sadler, Deputy Permanent of the United Kingdom to IMO, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Alternate Mr. David J. Howard, Head of Environmental Quality Branch, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Mike S. Hunter, Head of Shipping Safety Branch, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Peter John Taylor, Marine Surveyor, Isle of Man Government Mr. David Gooberman, Ship Inspector, Isle of Man Marine Administration Captain Graham J. Greensmith, Senior Specialist, Lloyd's Register of Shipping Miss Kelly Attrill, Assistant Counter Pollution Officer, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. David Unsworth, Higher Executive Officer, International Liaison Branch, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Roy Watkinson, Hazardous Waste Policy Manager, Environment Agency Mr. Jolyon Thompson, Legal Adviser, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Ms. Susan Wingfield, Policy Adviser, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Mr. David Rowe, Head, Shipping Policy Division, Department for Transport (DfT) Mr. Godfrey H. Souter, Shipping Policy Division, Department for Transport (DfT) Ms. Francesca Stidston, Shipping Policy Division, Department for Transport (DfT) Mr. Doug Patterson, Deputy Director (Strategy), Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Henryk Herron, BP Marine Ltd. Ms. Tracey McCollin, Fisheries Research Services Mr. Jonathan Simpson, Executive Officer, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Tom Edmondston-Low, Policy Adviser on International Climate Change Negotiations, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Mr. Colin Thomas, Marine Surveyor, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Mark West, Projects Manager, the Project Business Mr. Jonathan Earthy, Human Factors Specialist, Lloyd's Register of Shipping Ms. Alison Drewett, Administrative Officer, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Tim Springett, Assistant Manager, Marine Personnel, British Chamber of Shipping Mr. Brian Sherwood-Jones, Consultant, Process Contracting Ltd.

31 Mr. Brian Elliot, Senior Policy Adviser, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Ms. Holly Henderson, Human Element Development Manager, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Andrew Sillitoe, Human Element Support Manager, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Paul Townsend, Human Element Development Manager, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Keith Tatman, Head, Risk Analysis and Prevention, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. James Ferro, Captain of the Port, Gibraltar Port Authority Mr. Tony Nation, Maritime Administration, Gibraltar Marine Administration Mr. Richard Garcia, Chief Executive Officer, Gibraltar Marine Administration Mr. Cliff Brand, Maritime Administrator, Gibraltar Port Authority Mr. Simon Brown, Development Manager, Martek Marine Ltd. Mr. Robert Ashdown, British Chamber of Shipping Mr. Nick Dobson, British Chamber of Shipping Dr. Gillian Reynolds, Principal Environmental Specialist, Lloyd's Register of Shipping Mr. Peter Barklamb, Aviation and Maritime Team, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Mr. Martin Fidler, Aviation, Maritime and Energy Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Mr. Matthew Carden, Marine and Waterways Division, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Dr. Henryk Herman, BP Marine Mr. Mark Munts, Liaison Officer, International Liaison Branch, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. Richard Payne, Cummins Marine Mr. Peter Parr, Policy Adviser, Shipping Policy Division, Department for Transport (DfT) Mr. Richard Rees, Principal Surveyor, Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Mr. John Wren, Head of Branch, Shipping Policy, Department for Transport (DfT) UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA s Mrs. Lucy K. Kachele, Assistant Director, Maritime Transport, Ministry of Communications and Transport Mr. Yassin Magongo Songoro, Head, Engineering Department, Dar-es-Saleem Maritime Institute Adviser Mr. C.J.G. Ndalama, Corporation Secretary and Legal Officer, Tanzania Harbours Authority

32 UNITED STATES Mr. Howard Hime, Director of Standards, Office of Marine Safety, Security and Environment Protection, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Alternate Commander Kathleen Moore, Chief, Environmental Standards Division, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Mr. Christo Artusio, Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of Global Change, Bureau of Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Mr. Michael Carter, Director, Office of Environmental Activities, Department of Transportation, United States Maritime Administration Commander Clayton L. Diamond, Coast Guard Liaison Officer, Office of Ocean Affairs, Bureau of Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Commander Bryan Emond, Chief, Human Element and Ship Design, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Dr. Richard Everett, Environmental Protection Specialist, Environment Standards Division, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Mr. David Gravallese, Senior Attorney, Office of General Counsel, United States Environmental Protection Agency Ms. Lindy S. Johnson, Attorney Adviser, Office of General Counsel, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce Ms. Melanie Khanna, Attorney Adviser, Office of the Legal Adviser, United States Department of State Commander James Kraska, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Directorate for Strategic Plans and Policy, Department of the Navy, Department of Defense Mr. John Lishman, Environmental Protection Specialist, Ocean and Coastal Protection Division, United States Environmental Protection Agency Mr. Wayne M. Lundy, Systems Engineering Division, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Commander Cynthia L. Stowe, Chief, Vessel and Facility Security Division, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Mr. Andrew Turner, Office of Maritime International Law, United States Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security Mr. Bryan C. Wood-Thomas, Senior Adviser, Office of International Policy, United States Environmental Protection Agency Mr. Richard Udell, Senior Trial Attorney, Environmental Crimes Section, Environmental Division, United States Department of Justice Ms. Anna M.S. Inglis, Liaison Officer for the United States to IMO, Environment, Science and Technology Assistant, United States Embassy, London Mr. Daniel Cronin, Senior Engineer, American Bureau of Shipping Mr. Paul Kirchner, Executive Director - General Counsel, American Pilots' Association Mr. Denise McCafferty, Manager, Risk and Human Factors, American Bureau of Shipping Ms. Kathy Metcalf, Director, Maritime Affairs, Chamber of Shipping of America

33 URUGUAY Captain Carlos F. Ormaechea, Permanent of Uruguay to IMO VANUATU Dr. James Cowley CBE, Permanent of the Republic of Vanuatu to IMO VENEZUELA s Capitán de Navío Guillermo Rangel Jalley, Representante de Venezuela ante la OMI, Embajada de Venezuela, Londres Sr. Biomar Blanc, Coordinator de Asuntos Internacionales, Ministerio de Realaciones Exteriores/DGSLAF Licenciada Katherine Bogadi, Environmental Specialist, Instituto Nacional de los Espacios Acuáticos (INEA) Sr. Carlos Sanzonetti, Manager, Instituto Nacional de los Espacios Acuáticos (INEA) Licenciado Klauss Essig, Oceanógrafo, Gerente de Seguridad Integral del Instituto Nacional de los Espacios Acuáticos, (INEA) Alternate Capitán de Corbeta Jesús Martín Acevedo, Representante Permanente Alterno de Venezuela ante la OMI, Embajada de Venezuela, Londres ASSOCIATE MEMBERS HONG KONG, CHINA s Mr. Tsui Sun Ming, Surveyor of Ship, Marine Department Mr. Yuk Kwong Lee, Permanent of Hong Kong, China to IMO Mr. Patrick Chi-Hung Tso, General Manager/Ship Safety Branch (Ag), Marine Department REPRESENTATIVES FROM UNITED NATIONS AND SPECIALIZED AGENCIES

34 UNITED NATIONS (UN) Ms. Gabriele Goettsche-Wanli, Senior Law of the Sea Officer, Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs UN ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP) Dr. Arvind Boaz, Director General, South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme Mr. Prasantha Dias Abeyegunawardene, Interim Co-ordinator, South Asian Seas Programme UN EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (UNESCO) Dr. Andrew Thow, Researcher UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC) Mr. Stylianos Pesmajoglou, Programme Officer, Methods Sub-Programme OBSERVERS FROM INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC) Mr. Jacques de Dieu, Deputy Head of Unit, Maritime Transport Policy and Maritime Safety Unit, Directorate General Energy and Transport Mr. Michał Wieczorkiewicz, Administrator Mr. Arnaud Leroy, Administrator, European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) Ms. Mirja Ikonen, Administrator, European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) Mr. Klaus Berend, Deputy Head of Unit, Biotechnology and Pesticides, Directorate General Environment Ms. Nicola Robinson, Administrator, Directorate General Environment MARITIME ORGANISATION FOR WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA (MOWCA) Mr. Hubert D.A. Abusah, Head of Department, Maritime Engineering Mr. M. Abdulai-Saiku, Principal Lecturer, Maritime Studies Department, Regional Maritime Academy

35 REGIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT (ROPME) Captain A. Munem Al Janahi, Director, MEMAC Mr. Al-Refaei Fahad M.Z., Legal Adviser Mr. Henning Brathaug, Technical Adviser PORT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (PMAESA) Captain Brian Watt, Maritime Safety and Environment Adviser INTERNATIONAL MOBILE SATELLITE ORGANIZATION (IMSO) Mr. Jerzy W. Vonau, Director Mr. Andy Fuller, Head of Technical Services OBSERVERS FROM NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS) Mr. Brian Parkinson, Trade and Operators Adviser Mr. William Miller Commander Peter Hinchliffe, General Manager (Marine) Mr. David Tongue, Marine Adviser Mr. John Murray, Marine Adviser Mr. John Stawpert INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION (ISO) Mr. Victor Carrell INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING FEDERATION (ISF) Mr. Richard Guy, Executive Assistant Miss Natalie Wiseman, Secretary Captain Pieter Sprangers, Manager

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