The Caspian Pipeline Consortium increasing volumes of Novorossiysk

In the waters of the sea terminal of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) near Novorossiysk port successfully passed comprehensive tests tretegomvynosnogo berth to transfer it into trial operation, the loading of the first tanker with oil commodity 

Tanker EURO 157.5 million deadweight tons on August 16, was moored at the SPM-3. After the process step by water displacement of the third underwater oil pipeline has taken on board the ship 135.5 million tons of crude oil grade CPC Blend.

In the event organized ceremony was attended by CPC General Director Nikolai Brunich, Deputy General

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Construction of underwater drones will start after 2020

General Command of the Russian Navy plans after 2020 year to move to the serial construction of autonomous underwater unmanned and offshore boats, told journalists in chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Viktor Chirkov.

"After the 2020 You can predict the transition to large-scale construction of autonomous unmanned underwater vehicles (AUV) and sea mechanized systems, development of a special bottom equipment deployed to a greater extent with underwater vehicles, different nomenclature and purpose, "- said Teals reporters in Moscow, summing up the year.

According to him, in the second stage of development (2021 to 2030) means a complete development

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More than 60 marine animals delivered to the Dolphinarium in Primorye

Specialists brought to the Dolphinarium near Nakhodka in the Primorye 60 marine animals caught in the northern sector of the Pacific Ocean, according to the regional administration.

In the seaside Dolphinarium, located in the Bay of Nakhodka city district average, received 61 marine animal.

As specified regional administration of the North Okhotsk subarea in Primorye delivered a killer whale, 32 beluga whales, 10 ringed seals. In addition, from the East Sakhalin subarea Okhotsk Sea from the island were brought Seal 10 northern fur seals, and of Chukotka — eight walruses.

"Right now, marine animals are adapting, doing well. Veterinary care

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Loss of fish and other marine animals in the Israeli coast

Last week, the beach "Poleg" in Netanya waves tossed the carcass of a dead dolphin. In this week nachel sea ashore Netanya many dead fish.

Area of detection of dead fish on the shore of Netanya closed to public access by the police. Ministry of Health experts are investigating the incident, trying to find the cause of the death of marine life off the coast of Netanya.

Marine life is threatened mass extinction

Pollution and global warming have put the marine life on the brink of mass extinction, which can be compared with what happened millions of years ago.

Death of coral reefs, loss of biodiversity due to invasive species, the spread of "dead zones", blooms of toxic algae, depletion of fish stocks — all on the rise, according to a new report, sponsored by the International Programme for ocean monitoring. Moral of the document is that the marine life is dying faster than the most pessimistic forecast predicted a couple of years ago.

These symptoms can be seen as a precursor

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International Biodiversity Day

International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated annually on May 22 since 2001. This memorable ecological date was proclaimed by the General Assembly in 1995, a special resolution (NA/RES/49/119) based on the recommendation of the Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), which was held in 1994. It should be noted that the initial resolution date was set as the International Biodiversity Day on 29 December, the day of entry into force. But later the UN General Assembly postponed the International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May — the day of the signing of the Convention

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Air defense of the Western Military Area intercepted a simulated enemy cruise missiles in the Arctic

Naval air defense group of the Northern Fleet (NF), performing tasks in support of aviation-1st Air Force and Air Defense Command of the Western Military Area (WEST), completed missile launches and intercept cruise missiles, conventional enemy in the air.

To work out the issues of air cover groups of forces, industrial and research facilities in the area of the sea range in the Barents Sea have been launched target missiles onshore "redoubt." First rocket-target, released in the direction of the ship grouping, was destroyed weapon system based fighter Su-33, who was on duty in the air.

The following were

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Indonesia will purchase 54 Russian BMP-3F for his Marine Corps

Indonesia will purchase 54 Russian combat vehicles Marine BMP-3F. 34 cars have already put in during 2012.

BMP-3F entered service Indonesian troops stationed on the west and east of the country. Purchase of BMP-3F is produced as part of the upgrading of the Marine Corps Indonesia.

Earlier, Indonesia acquired from Russian BMP-3F batch of 20 machines, their delivery was completed in 2011. In 2007, Indonesia has purchased a large shipment of Russian military equipment other than those mentioned BMP-3F were acquired Mi-17-V5 and Mi-35P. Tech was acquired on account of export credit in the amount of one

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SOUTH KOREA TO BUY 20 maritime patrol aircraft

South Korean military approved the plan for the purchase of 20 maritime patrol aircraft to strengthen capacities for surveillance Navy North Korea said Sunday in a military source.   Joint Chiefs of Staff recently approved the request for the purchase of 20 Navy maritime patrol aircraft in addition to the squadron of 16 aircraft Lockheed Martin P-3C Orion.   «Administration programm military procurement at the present time working on a plan, which will probably be buying zabugornoy applets», said the source. Price applets estimated at 1 trillion won (889 million dollars).   In the midst of possible candidates are considered

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U.S. Army Special Forces

Americans have always held their own special units the best fighters in the world. As this statement is quite difficult to answer correctly. And it is not only by the fact that most of the special forces operations openly advertised, and because they do not sufficiently clear to whom about what special units are part of the U.S. armed forces. After the operation to destroy bin Laden America never ceases to admire his Navy SEALs and other special purpose entities. But while American citizens are proud of and admire the commandos, the cost of financing Special Operations Command (short —

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