India remains net steel importer in April despite slight uptick in production

India was a net importer of finished steel products in April for a second straight month despite a slight uptick in domestic production, latest provisional data from the Joint Plant Committee showed. Finished steel production edged up 0.4% year on year to 10.52 million mt in April, the first month...

https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/india-remains-net-steel-importer-in-april-despite-slight-uptick-in-production/

Cameron LNG Ships First Commissioning Cargo

The Cameron LNG project has shipped the first commissioning cargo of LNG from the first liquefaction train of the export project in Hackberry, Louisiana.

Commissioning cargoes are a critical step in the start-up process and support stabilizing production and performance testing. Commercial operations from the facility will begin after Cameron LNG receives authorization from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which is expected in mid-2019.

Phase 1 of the Cameron LNG export project...

https://maritime-executive.com/article/cameron-lng-ships-first-commissioning-cargo

Navy Building a Land-Based Test Site for Ford-Class Weapons Elevators, But Timing Won’t Help CVN-78

Navy Building a Land-Based Test Site for Ford-Class Weapons Elevators, But Timing Won’t Help CVN-78

Sailors go over safety procedures for the Upper Stage 1 advanced weapons aboard USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78). US Navy Photo

The Navy is building a ground-based test site for the weapons elevators currently going through a difficult installation and certification process on carrier USS Gerald R. Ford(CVN-78), though it won’t be ready in time to allay the problems on Ford.

Though Ford commissioned as a U.S. warship nearly two years ago, work to install and certify a handful of new systems has...

https://news.usni.org/2019/05/31/navy-building-a-land-based-test-site-for-ford-class-weapons-elevators-but-timing-wont-help-cvn-78