Latest News for: Nuclear ship

Edit

Nuclear storage site won’t have any negative effect on oil and gas

Rio Rancho Observer 23 Jul 2021
The Eddy Lea Energy Alliance (ELEA), in cooperation with Holtec International, is proposing an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel shipped from U.S. commercial nuclear reactors ... The safety and environmental reviews of the facility are being performed by the Nuclear ...
Edit

Iran's new oil terminal aims to bypass Gulf chokepoint

The New Arab 23 Jul 2021
Commentators contend the move might not curb global price volatility but could help Tehran ramp up exports if damaging US sanctions are lifted, a move that depends on the future of a 2015 nuclear deal that currently hangs by a thread ... from a landmark 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Edit

From Crossroads to Godzilla: the cinematic legacies of the first postwar nuclear tests

The Conversation 22 Jul 2021
It involved 42,000 people, around 150 support vessels and over 90 target ships and submarines. Crossroads baker nuclear explosion and the target ships around it, as seen from an aircraft camera, 25 July 1946 ... It also used over half the world’s supply of film footage and hundreds of cameras to capture the nuclear detonations.
Edit

Six Decades of US-Japanese Government Collusion in Bringing Nuclear Weapons to Japan

GlobalResearch 20 Jul 2021
The Navy ship containing nuclear bombs that a junior officer saw anchored off Iwakuni Marine Corps Air Station in 1959 was only the most notorious of many U.S ... The front of the ship would open up like a clam-shell, and amphibious ... ship in a Japanese port had nuclear weapons aboard.
Edit

Shipping industry seeks to combat dark oil transfers at sea

Reuters 13 Jul 2021
Rise in volume of oil transfers by countries hit by sanctionsTop oil shipping companies concerned over fake documentation ... Washington has ramped up shipping-related sanctions over the last two years to make it harder for countries, such as Iran and Venezuela, to export the oil that provides their main source of revenue.
Edit

Fat cows, foolish virgins, and the snows of yesteryear

Splash24/7 13 Jul 2021
Peering into the not now distant future, we see that whether we use wind, or nuclear, or green hydrogen to drive ships across the oceans of the world, shipowning companies are going to have to make enormous investments, and shipowning companies are going to be in the public eye ...
Edit

USS Theodore Roosevelt leaving San Diego as Navy moves to integrate F-35

The Ponca City News 13 Jul 2021
The San Diego-based aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt will leave San Diego on Friday to transfer its home port to Bremerton, Washington, where it will undergo maintenance and a retrofit that will enable to ship to operate with the F-35, the Navy announced ... Some interior spaces on the ships also have to be refurbished for F-35 missions.
Edit

Sudan lawmakers to review Russian navy base deal: FM

Arab News 12 Jul 2021
MOSCOW ... Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Sudan's former president Omar al-Bashir in 2017 on establishing a naval base in Port Sudan, on Sudan's Red Sea coast ... Under the deal, Russia's navy was to be allowed to keep up to four ships at a time at the base, including nuclear-powered vessels ... ....
Edit

Sudan lawmakers to consider Russian navy base deal: FM

The New Arab 12 Jul 2021
Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Sudan's former president Omar al-Bashir in 2017 on establishing a naval base in Port Sudan, on Sudan's Red Sea coast ... The base deal was to allow Russia's navy to keep up to four ships at a time at the base, including nuclear-powered vessels as well as up to 300 military and civilian personnel ... ....
Edit

Sudan says legislature will assess merit of Russian navy base deal

The Arab Weekly 12 Jul 2021
Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Sudan’s former president Omar al-Bashir in 2017 on establishing a naval base in Port Sudan, on Sudan’s Red Sea coast ... The deal was to allow Russia’s navy to keep up to four ships at a time at the base, including nuclear-powered vessels as well as up to 300 military and civilian personnel ... .
Edit

Russia plans to set up military base in Sudan

The National 12 Jul 2021
Sudan is preparing to ratify an agreement for Russia to establish a 300-troop naval base in the country, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has announced ... The deal would allow Russia to set up a naval base with up to 300 Russian troops, and to keep up to four ships, including nuclear-powered ones, in Port Sudan on the Red Sea ... Egypt and Sudan ... .
Edit

Aircraft Carrier Theodore Roosevelt leaving San Diego as Navy moves to integrate F-35

Stars and Stripes 11 Jul 2021
The San Diego-based aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt will leave San Diego on Friday to transfer its home port to Bremerton, Wash., where it will undergo maintenance and a retrofit that will enable to ship to operate with the F-35, the Navy announced ... Some interior spaces on the ships also have to be refurbished for F-35 missions.
Edit

U.S. Navy Detonates 40,000-Pound Bomb off Florida Coast

Democratic Underground 10 Jul 2021
The Navy set off the massive blast — which registered as a magnitude 3.9 earthquake on shore — on June 18 about 100 miles off Palm Coast as the first in a series of full ship shock trials on the USS Gerald R. Ford, a $12.8 billion nuclear-powered aircraft carrier commissioned in 2017.
Edit

US worries that time is running out to revive Iran nuclear deal

Stars and Stripes 09 Jul 2021
President Joe Biden’s team is beginning to grapple with the possibility that the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran he promised to revive may soon be beyond saving ... “That ship has sailed — Iran today is in possession of nuclear weapons-grade material and advanced centrifuges” said Ray Takeyh, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Edit

Patrick Buchanan: As America recedes, China rises

The Joplin Globe 08 Jul 2021
Its strategic arsenal of nuclear weapons is a fraction of ours, but given the horrendous damage these weapons can do, a nuclear war would be ruinous if not mortal for both countries. In terms of conventional military — ships, soldiers, planes, guns, missiles and bases in the East ...

Most Viewed

×