HNLMS Van Speijk Conducts First Friendly Approach

first_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: first Whilst patrolling the IRTC, the Dutch frigate’s boarding team was dispatched to conduct a friendly approach on a dhow. These routine checks are conducted to strengthen mutual understanding between the EU Naval Force and local seafarers.The boarding team approached the vessel and were invited onboard by the dhow’s master. A general discussion was conducted in order to help strengthen mutual understanding between the EU Naval Force and local seafarers, as well as obtain first-hand information about possible piracy incidents in the area.[mappress]Press Release, September 04, 2014; Image: EU Navfor View post tag: HNLMS Van Speijk Authorities HNLMS Van Speijk Conducts First Friendly Approach EU Naval Force warship HNLMS Van Speijk has carried out her first friendly approach in the Gulf of Aden. Following a routine logistical stop in Djibouti, HNLMS Van Speijk was assigned to patrol in the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC), monitoring merchant traffic and safeguarding shipping. View post tag: conducts September 4, 2014 View post tag: africa View post tag: friendly View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe Back to overview,Home naval-today HNLMS Van Speijk Conducts First Friendly Approach View post tag: Approach View post tag: News by topic Share this articlelast_img read more

Pop Star Meghan Trainor Has Nothin’ But a Good Time at Rock of Ages

first_imgIt’s no secret that pop star Meghan Trainor is all about that bass—in fact, it’s the name of her hit single! She visited Broadway’s Rock of Ages on December 11, 2014 to get a dose of some seriously bass-a-licious ‘80s rock, and after the show, Trainor stopped backstage to hang out with video blogger Frankie J. Grande, Constantine Maroulis and the cast. Check out these snapshots from Trainor’s Broadway visit, then catch Rock of Ages through January 18, 2015 at the Helen Hayes Theatre! Related Shows View Comments Rock of Ages Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 18, 2015last_img read more

Equinor expands into solar, opens Brazil PV plant

first_imgEquinor expands into solar, opens Brazil PV plant FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享CNBC:The 162-megawatt Apodi Solar Plant, in Ceara State, Brazil, is expected to produce around 340,000 megawatt-hours of electricity annually, Equinor said Wednesday. This is enough to provide energy for over 170,000 homes.Pal Eitrheim, Equinor’s executive vice president for New Energy Solutions, described the news as a “strategic milestone” for the business.In October 2017, the firm – formerly known as Statoil – set up a joint venture with Norwegian solar power company Scatec Solar to construct, own and operate “large-scale solar plants in Brazil.” Earlier this month, Equinor acquired a minority shareholding in Scatec Solar.Equinor and Scatec each own 43.75 percent of the Apodi facility, with the remainder owned by holding company Apodi Participacoes.“The Apodi project was our first step into the solar industry,” Eitrheim added. “With the plant now in operation and through our excellent collaboration with Scatec Solar, we are complementing Equinor’s portfolio with profitable solar energy.”More: Equinor’s first solar plant starts commercial operationlast_img read more