LNG production is moving onto ships. They sit offshore, and the owners skirt the problems people have with a giant explosive facility next door. The ships are going to be expensive, but it’s nothing compared to the delays in trying to gain permission to build on land.
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- Mark Heward Named Director at MITAGS January 26, 2023
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- Temporary Deck Watch Officer (SST 2023) January 3, 2023
- Summer Sea Term Crew 2023 - Deck Training, Instruction, Operations and Watchstanding January 4, 2023
- Summer Sea Term 2023 - Office Manager (Yeoman) January 4, 2023