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Balancing The National Energy Strategy

This past February, the Administration released its long-awaited National Energy Strategy, laying out a range of options for federal energy policy that could reduce the nation's dependence on imported oil, especially from unstable sources like the Mideast.

 

U.S. SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY HAS MADE GREAT STRIDES IN IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND REDUCING COSTS

A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SHIPBUILDERS COUNCIL OF AMERICA The year 1985 witnessed the continued resurgence of the United States as the world's foremost naval power. Measured by any yardstick, the Navy should meet its 600-ship goal by the end of this decade.

Are American Shipyards Competitive?

U.S. YARDS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THEIR FUTURE It had been assumed by many observers that, with the termination of construction subsidies in 1981, American shipyards could not win competitively placed commercial ship orders. But current trends indicate that

CRUISE + FERRY 1991 CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION London, May 29-31

Regarded as one of the world's largest passenger ship shows, Cruise + Ferry has been scheduled for May 29 to 31, 1991 in London's Olympia 2 Conference and Exhibition Center. The biennial event, with its large international exhibition, is a premier

Saint John Shipbuilding Appoints Snyders VP And Manager, Shipbuilding Div.

J.K. Irving, chairman and chief executive officer of Saint John Shipbuilding Limited, has announced the appointment of Gilbert J. Snyders as vice-president and general manager of the Shipbuilding Division. Mr. Snyders brings extensive experience in management to Saint John Shipbuilding.

Moss Point Delivers Third Of Four Logistic Support Vessels To U.S. Army

Moss Point Marine, Inc., Escatawpa, Miss., has delivered the General Brehon B. Somervell, the third of four 273-foot logistic support vessels (LSV) being built for the U.S. Army in a $40.8-million contract. The Army contract is being administered by the U.

U.S. SHIPBUILDING $Billions In Navy Work Plus Repairs Brighten The Picture

The number and tonnage of vessels delivered by U.S. yards during the past year were up from 1984, thanks mostly to construction for the Military Sealift Command's build-and-charter program. Six of the nine ships completed, and 155,862 of the total 164,711 dwt, were for charter to the MSC.

MarAd Repair Subsidy Proposal Opposed By U.S. Shipbuilders

The Maritime Administration's proposed rule making it clear that certain vessel repairs performed in foreign shipyards may qualify for subsidy is opposed by U.S. shipbuilders. John J. Stocker, president of the Shipbuilders Council of America,

United States Cruises Applies To M a r A d For $150-Million Title XI

The Maritime Administration has received an application from United States Cruises, Inc., a subsidiary of Pacific Building Corporation of Seattle, for a Title XI mortgage guarantee to aid in refinancing the reconstruction of the passenger ship United States.

U.S. NAVY - A MORE POWERFUL FUTURE

"Let our position be absolutely clear: an attempt by any outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf region will be regarded as an assault on the vital interests of the United States of America and such an assault will be repelled by any means necessary, including military force.

 
 
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