Leadership During a Time of Change“Managing the Gateway to the Arctic”Sector Motto: “ALL MISSIONS, HUMBLE SERVICE, BUILDIN...
Arctic Opportunities• Exploration and Exploitationof Subsea Resources• Marine Transportation• Fisheries• Tourism
Arctic Challenges• Environment• Protests• Lack of Infrastructure• Logistical Challenges• Distance• Waterways Mgmt• Jurisdi...
Arctic Shield 2012Force Lay Down Schematic
Sector Puget Sound RolesDuring the stand-up of Arctic Shield 2012, Sector Puget Soundbrought together a wide range of Coas...
2012 Staging AreasSEATTLE (VIGOR SHIPYARD):MODU KULLUK – NOBLEDISCOVERERPORT of EVERETT:OSV AIVIQ – OSV HARVEY SPIRITBELLI...
Puget Sound MTSAImplementation• USCG Facility Security Inspection of Ports & Shipyards with AS12support vessels• Regulator...
USCG 2012 Arctic VesselInspections• SEATTLE MODU KULLUK: COC Issued by OCMI with MODU National Center of ExpertiseInspect...
Waterway SafetyThe Coast Guard is responsible for safety, security and environmentalstewardship in our regions navigable i...
Protecting AmericansConstitutional Right to ProtestA top priority for the U.S. Coast Guard is to ensure the safety of allw...
Future Oil CompaniesAlthough delayed, we anticipate interest from several oilcompanies to drill exploratory wells and expa...
U.S. Coast Guard Icebreaking• USCGC HEALY• USCGC POLAR STAROther Arctic nations (e.g., Russia, Norway, and Canada) continu...
Coast Guard Arctic OutlookSHORT TERM• Lessons Learned AS12• Build on AS12 Experiences• Continue Robust MarineInspection Pr...
LEADERSHIP AND THE ARCTICQuestions?
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Leadership During a Time of Change

  1. 1. Leadership During a Time of Change“Managing the Gateway to the Arctic”Sector Motto: “ALL MISSIONS, HUMBLE SERVICE, BUILDINGLEADERS.”Captain Scott J. Ferguson
  2. 2. Arctic Opportunities• Exploration and Exploitationof Subsea Resources• Marine Transportation• Fisheries• Tourism
  3. 3. Arctic Challenges• Environment• Protests• Lack of Infrastructure• Logistical Challenges• Distance• Waterways Mgmt• Jurisdiction/Authority/Rights
  4. 4. Arctic Shield 2012Force Lay Down Schematic
  5. 5. Sector Puget Sound RolesDuring the stand-up of Arctic Shield 2012, Sector Puget Soundbrought together a wide range of Coast Guard missions andcapabilities operating under one consolidated command. The rangeof Coast Guard missions performed included:•Maritime Safety•Maritime Security•Protection of Natural Resources•Maritime Mobility•Changing Energy Picture
  6. 6. 2012 Staging AreasSEATTLE (VIGOR SHIPYARD):MODU KULLUK – NOBLEDISCOVERERPORT of EVERETT:OSV AIVIQ – OSV HARVEY SPIRITBELLINGHAM:ARCTIC CHALLENGER
  7. 7. Puget Sound MTSAImplementation• USCG Facility Security Inspection of Ports & Shipyards with AS12support vessels• Regulatory initiative aligned with the International Ship & PortFacility Security Code (ISPS)• Stakeholder Involvement• Bi-national Support
  8. 8. USCG 2012 Arctic VesselInspections• SEATTLE MODU KULLUK: COC Issued by OCMI with MODU National Center of ExpertiseInspector, Sector Puget Sound MI’s & Sector Anchorage MI. NOBLE DISCOVERER: COC Issued by OCMI with MODU National Center of ExpertiseInspector, Sector Puget Sound MI’s & Sector Anchorage MI.• BELLINGHAM ARCTIC CHALLENGER: COI Issued by OCMI on Arctic Containment System (ACS) bargedesigned to support containment/recovery of sub-surface hydrocarbon release or blowout. ThisACS is required to be onsite prior to drilling into hydrocarbons in the Arctic theater.
  9. 9. Waterway SafetyThe Coast Guard is responsible for safety, security and environmentalstewardship in our regions navigable inland and coastal waters. Ourresponsibility extends equally to all waterway users.• The Coast Guard established a 500/100-yd moving safety zone aroundthe KULLUK and the NOBLE DISCOVERER.
  10. 10. Protecting AmericansConstitutional Right to ProtestA top priority for the U.S. Coast Guard is to ensure the safety of allwaterway users including:• Protestors• Responders• Industry• Property• Environment
  11. 11. Future Oil CompaniesAlthough delayed, we anticipate interest from several oilcompanies to drill exploratory wells and expand oil productionin offshore lease areas in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas overthe next several years.• Royal Dutch Shell• Conoco Phillips• British Petroleum• Statoil
  12. 12. U.S. Coast Guard Icebreaking• USCGC HEALY• USCGC POLAR STAROther Arctic nations (e.g., Russia, Norway, and Canada) continueto field robust icebreaking
  13. 13. Coast Guard Arctic OutlookSHORT TERM• Lessons Learned AS12• Build on AS12 Experiences• Continue Robust MarineInspection ProgramLONG TERM• Collaborate Relationships:Industry, Academia, EnvironmentalGroups, Native Tribes, other nations,state, local governments.
  14. 14. LEADERSHIP AND THE ARCTICQuestions?

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