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Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor sees slight decline in traffic | Lake-newsletter

The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor saw a slight decline in shipments during the first quarter of the year.But the deepwater port on Lake Michigan is coming off the highest three-year total in its 57-year history. And it gets more than 90 percent of its traffic during the final three quarters of the year because of all the international vessels that dock there after the St.

Russias General Board of State Expert Review approves construction of dry dock and quays under Zvezd

Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review (Glavgosexpertiza) says it has approved the findings and project documentation for construction of outfitting and connecting quays of Zvezda shipyard.Having studied the materials, the experts acknowledged the compliance of the project documentation and the findings of the engineering survey with technical regulations and other requirements.

Maritime Journal | Cost effective subsea cable repair service

A new cost effective subsea cable repair service has been launched which promises to reduce the time and cost of repair and replacement for operators.DeepOcean 1 UK Ltd’s new RECONNECT service has been established to reduce the likelihood of cable damage and subsequent failure through periodic inspection and maintenance…

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire review: Oh, the places youll plunder

Enlarge/Deadfire's presentation feels improved in nearly every way over its predecessor.My sword really likes being stabbed into people. I know this because she (he? it?) told me so. Her name is Modwyr, and she only stops insulting me when the conversation turns toward potential violence. Its making me uncomfortable, but the bonus stats I get for keeping Modwyr around are too juicy to pass up.

Ed Sheehan: CTC to Help Marine Corps Secure Base Control Systems

Ed SheehanConcurrent Technologies Corp. has received a potential three-year, $6.2 million to help the U.S. Marine Corps manage the cybersecurity of the service branch’s facility-related control systems.The company said Thursday it will provide functional and technical programmatic support needed to secure energy, data, buildings…

Vortex Tubes Market Analysis by Global Segments 2025

The vertical spinning motion of a continuum at a particular point in pseudo-vector field is termed as vorticity. In fluid dynamics, a vortex is an area in fluids where the flow rotates along the axis line that is either curved or straight. Vortices are formed in stirred fluids and are prominently observed as whirlpools, smoke rings, dust storms, and the winds surrounding a tornado.

We Now Know Why Russia's AK-47 Is So Deadly

Charlie GaoSecurity, EurasiaOne word: Science.We Now Know Why Russia's AK-47 Is So DeadlySoviet weapons have a reputation for being reliable, but crude and inaccurate. However, there is often extensive scientific testing behind these weapons. A 1979 report, titled Shooting effects of automatic weapons lays out the statistical methodology that was used to test weapons during the Soviet era.

Complete Overview of Global Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Market: Latest Trends,

Questale being one of the best market research firms believes in providing high-quality research reports to its clients. In this research report, we are going to provide complete standing of Global Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) market. This research report consists of vast information about the market such as market size, sales, and revenue, profitability, etc.

Senate passes legislation to prevent gun violence | Narragansett Times

PROVIDENCE-- Last week, the Rhode Island Senate approved two bills to prevent gun violence and mass shootings. The bills include a ban on bump stocks and other rapid-fire gun modifications; and red flag legislation that would allow courts to disarm individuals who are believed by law enforcement to represent a violent threat to themselves or others.

Energy company challenges new requirements for Maryland dam | National Politics

BALTIMORE (AP) Maryland's Conowingo Dam has become the center of a legal battle between state environmental regulators and the energy company that owns it.Chicago-based Exelon Corp. is suing the Maryland Department of the Environment over conditions imposed in a water quality certification that is part of the dam's federal relicensing process, the Bay Journal reported.

Bill to stop Trump's offshore drilling plan passes through California Senate : Indybay

If these two bills make it out of the Legislature unscathed and go to to the Governors Desk, it would be the first time since 2016 that legislation officially opposed by the powerful oil industry is approved by the California Legislature, due to the inordinate influence by Big Oil in state politics. Map: In May 2015, the… - Business - Cathelco acquired by Evac Group

Cathelco, the marine equipment specialist, has announced that is has been acquired by Finland-based Evac Group, the world’s leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater and waste management systems for the marine, offshore and building industries. According to Cathelco, it has pre-existing relationships with Evac’s consumer base across a variety of marine sectors including…

Deal signed to advance research on hydropower

The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) and the US Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are to work together to advance research on hydropower generation, marine renewable energy and underwater technology development.Under a five-year collaborative agreement, PNNL and UAF's Alaska Center for Energy and Power will form research teams…

Washington Waves: June 4, 2018 - The Waterways Journal

Washington, D.C.Bills that would impact the waterways industry by funding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and boost the nations water transportation system could be among the first acted upon by lawmakers headed back to Capitol Hill after a week-long break for Memorial Day.Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development…

Shell-Led Kaikias in Deepwater GOM Ramps One Year Ahead of Schedule | 2018-06-01

The first phase of the Kaikias development in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico has ramped up nearly one year ahead of schedule with estimated peak production of 40,000 boe/d, Shell Offshore Inc. said Thursday.The Houston-based subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc said it has reduced costs for the subsea development by around 30% since making the investment decision in early 2017.

Keppel aims to cut carbon emissions intensity by 28.8 per cent by 2030, Latest Business News

Keppel Corporation is aiming to cut its carbon emissions intensity by 28.8 per cent from 2010 levels by 2030.The target, which was outlined in its 2017 Sustainability Report out today, is in line with Singapore's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution of 36 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030.Keppel also said yesterday…