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LNG: a marine fuel solution for US ships

LNG: a marine fuel solution for US ships

lng-as-a-marine-fuel.mp4Siemens Drilling and Marine and Lloyd’s Register announced a best of industry team to make LNG widely available to ship owners seeking to use natural gas as a propulsion fuel, meeting tough sulfur (SOx) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission reduction requirements, whether regionally or globally.

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Commissioning of HMAS Adelaide

Commissioning of HMAS Adelaide

captainHMAS Adelaide, the second of two Landing Helicopter Docks (LHDs) built for the Royal Australian Navy, was commissioned into the Fleet on 4 December 2015, alongside Garden Island, Sydney.

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US retreating in South China Sea

US retreating in South China Sea

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71)The US is ‘steadily retreating’ in the South China Sea dispute, according to Dean Cheng, one of the top US experts on the Chinese military and the PRC’s space program and an analyst at the conservative Heritage Foundation.

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Discount for ANI members at USNI site

THE ANI has always worked closely with the United States Naval Institute (USNI) and over recent months we have been finding ways of increasing cooperation between both organisations. The USNI President, Admiral Pete Daly, has kindly agreed to offer a US$10 discount and a free gift to full ANI members if they also wish to join the USNI. This means for instance that online membership of the USNI is now available to ANI members for just US$29 pa. There are many benefits including electronic copies of Proceedings and discounts on all USNI books. THE new look ANI will continue to search options to increase the value of full membership to its members. The USNI special webpage is here. The letter from USNI CEO to to the chair of the ANI council is here. Here is the message from the USNI: Dear Friend of the US Naval Institute, As a subscriber…

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Bookings close 25 Nov for Goldrick seminar

Bookings close 25 Nov for Goldrick seminar

QinetiQ_BlueBookings close at 4pm on 25 November for the 2015 Goldrick Seminar. The seminar, on 3 December 2015 and proudly sponsored by QinetiQ, will look at the future of the Navy and the continuous shipbuilding initiative.

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Australian submarine history 2nd ed out now

Australian submarine history 2nd ed out now

subsThe second edition of Australian Submarines: A History is to be published shortly. The book, by
Dr Michael White QC, Adjunct Professor, Maritime and Shipping Law Unit, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland, comprises two large volumes with some 1,700 pages. You can order from this page.

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