Spencer Murphy

Spencer Murphy

General Counsel & VP Risk Management Canal Barge

Spencer joined Canal Barge Company in May 2006 and was named General Counsel in February 2014.   He manages Canal Barge Company's legal work, claims handling, regulatory compliance, and external relations. Spencer is a past President of the Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association (GICA), currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), and is the President of the Louisiana Association of Waterway Operators and Shipyards (LAWS). 

Prior to joining CBC, Spencer was Contracts Director with Intermarine, LLC in New Orleans, where he was responsible for the company's legal and insurance affairs. He also worked in the Admiralty Law section of Phelps Dunbar Law Firm in New Orleans.

Spencer graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History and earned his law degree from Tulane University Law School in 1996.
 

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Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 11:50 To 12:35

09/29/2021 11:50 09/29/2021 12:35 Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond The infrastructure bill is high on the government's agenda and it is willing to compromise with Congress, so what are the cornerstones of the infrastructure bill and what “low hanging fruit” is ready to be curtailed? With a potential $621 billion pledged for Transportation Infrastructure and Resilience, this session will highlight the opportunities that are important to the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
  • With just $20 million pledged for smaller ports, is maritime getting the short end of the stick?
  • Which cargo segments will be of more interest to business in this new environment?
  • How will technology influence the changes to infrastructure going forward?

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Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond "

Andrew Gardner Jeff Tucker Spencer Murphy
Time and date

Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 11:50 To 12:35

09/29/2021 11:50 09/29/2021 12:35 Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond The infrastructure bill is high on the government's agenda and it is willing to compromise with Congress, so what are the cornerstones of the infrastructure bill and what “low hanging fruit” is ready to be curtailed? With a potential $621 billion pledged for Transportation Infrastructure and Resilience, this session will highlight the opportunities that are important to the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
  • With just $20 million pledged for smaller ports, is maritime getting the short end of the stick?
  • Which cargo segments will be of more interest to business in this new environment?
  • How will technology influence the changes to infrastructure going forward?

Session Sponsored By

Breakbulk Main Stage
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Breakbulk Main Stage

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