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July 28, 2016

USCG Recognises Bleiberg of ABS

Commander Jason Smith, USCG presents the United States Coast Guard Meritorious Public Service Award to Roy Bleiberg, Vice President of Engineering for ABS Americas Division. Photo ABS

Commander Jason Smith, USCG presents the United States Coast Guard Meritorious Public Service Award to Roy Bleiberg, Vice President of Engineering for ABS Americas Division. Photo ABS

ABS informed that the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has awarded Roy Bleiberg, Vice President of Engineering for the ABS Americas Division, the USCG Meritorious Public Service Award. The award is the second-highest public service award presented by the USCG to civilians who provide substantial contributions that results in advancement of the Coast Guard’s mission and benefit the general public.

Commander Jason Smith, Detachment Chief, USCG Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise, presented this prestigious award at a ceremony at the ABS World Headquarters on Wednesday, 27 July. The citation notes that Bleiberg was selected for the award for his “unparalleled support to the Coast Guard as a leading advocate for the safe, clean, and viable transport and use of compressed gases within the maritime industry.”

Some of Bleiberg’s notable achievements at ABS include successfully advocating for the safe design and operation of multiple novel maritime gas projects and technologies, training USCG personnel to better understand gas cargo and usage as marine fuel, and supporting the USCG and other safety focused organizations in developing domestic and international gas regulations, standards, and policies.

“ABS has played a leading maritime industry role in the North American gas revolution,” says ABS Chairman, President and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki. “Roy’s work in this area is exemplary, and on behalf of ABS, I congratulate him for this tremendous honor.”

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