The Canadian CG has awarded Seacoast Marine Electronics to supply the RHOTHETA RT-500-M
The Canadian Coast Guard has awarded Seacoast Marine Electronics to supply the Rhotheta RT-500-M Marine Direction Finder System. Over the next 2 to 3 years, the CCG will be replacing the aging Radio Directions currently installed on the fleet. The RothetaRT-500-M is a comprehensive Radio Direction-finding solution for SAR applications at sea. This universal multi-band direction finder operates on all frequency bands used for rescue missions and the brilliant TFT display conveniently displays bearing information and operating parameters. From SME offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Maple Ridge, B.C. and St Catharine’s, ON, Seacoast Marine Electronics Ltd. provides sales and service on commercial marine electronic navigation, communication and VSAT / IT Services.
For more information on Seacoast Marine Electronics: www.seacoastmarine.ca
For more information on Rhotheta: www.rhothetaint.com
Alaska LNG gets major environmental permit
The Alaska LNG project has finally received the federal environmental impact statement for an 800-mile gasline from the North Slope to Nikiski.
After six years, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission published the final EIS, which is a required analysis of the project’s environmental impacts and associated mitigation. The EIS is a big step toward gaining federal approval required to construct and operate the project. FERC is scheduled to issue the final order for Alaska LNG in June for the project, which has been estimated to cost between $40-65 billion. At current market prices, the gasoline may not pencil out for the private sector, however. Gov. Bill Walker bows to China President Xi Jinping as the Chinese president’s jet refuels in Anchorage Former Gov.