Edward Anthes-Washburn

Edward Anthes-Washburn

Director, Business Development Crowley Shipping

Edward C. Anthes-Washburn serves as the Director of Business Development for Crowley Shipping, a division of Crowley Maritime Corporation. Prior to joining Crowley in 2021, Ed served as CEO and Port Director of the Port of New Bedford, MA from 2015-2021. Ed also served as the Deputy Port Director and Director of Operations dating back to 2010. Ed serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations and is the Chair of the Port Council of the Steamship Authority. Ed co-founded and is Vice Chair of the New Bedford Ocean Cluster, a non-profit network that develops offshore wind supply chain opportunities for local businesses and fosters new technology and collaboration in the marine sector. He received a B.S. from Cornell University and a M.S. from the University of Massachusetts- Boston. Ed lives in New Bedford with his wife, Pamela; two children Charlie and Sadie Jo; and dog, Tula Tritt.
Crowley, founded in 1892, is a privately-held, U.S.-owned and operated logistics, government, marine and energy solutions company headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Services are provided worldwide by four primary business units – Crowley Logistics, Crowley (Government) Solutions, Crowley Shipping and Crowley Fuels. Crowley formed its New Energy division strategically focused on diverse services supporting the energy sectors in the U.S. and adjacent regions. Within the offshore wind industry Crowley is focused on providing turn-key solutions for the offshore wind supply chain using its assets and experience in the US maritime industry.

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Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 13:05 To 13:50

09/29/2021 13:05 09/29/2021 13:50 US Offshore Wind: Are We Ready? The offshore wind market, bolstered by President Biden and supported by his BOEM analysts, is set to take off over the coming years, however, more projects must be approved to really get this industry moving. This session will provide a status report on when we can expect wind farms to be operating off the U.S. Northeast Coast and the steps that need to be taken in the meantime to ensure, as an industry, we are ready to meet the demand.
  • Is the supply chain, such as Jones Act vessels, ready?  
  • Are our ports component capable?
  • How are companies proceeding with investment?
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"US Offshore Wind: Are We Ready?"

Edward Anthes-Washburn Percy R. Pyne Tim Axelsson Walter Cruickshank
Time and date

Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 13:05 To 13:50

09/29/2021 13:05 09/29/2021 13:50 US Offshore Wind: Are We Ready? The offshore wind market, bolstered by President Biden and supported by his BOEM analysts, is set to take off over the coming years, however, more projects must be approved to really get this industry moving. This session will provide a status report on when we can expect wind farms to be operating off the U.S. Northeast Coast and the steps that need to be taken in the meantime to ensure, as an industry, we are ready to meet the demand.
  • Is the supply chain, such as Jones Act vessels, ready?  
  • Are our ports component capable?
  • How are companies proceeding with investment?
Breakbulk Main Stage
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