The Coast Guard created its first foreign gas carrier examiner inspection guide to be used by vessel operators to best prepare for initial, renewal and annual examinations of foreign-flagged gas carriers.
The Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise works with industry to train Coast Guard personnel on liquefied gas ship shore connections.
The Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise works with industry to train Coast Guard personnel on cryogenic hoses for ship-to-ship transfers and small scale LNG bunkering operations.
The Coast Guard published the 2015, fall edition, of Proceedings which focuses on the American energy renaissance.
The National Maritime Security Advisory Committee will meet in Washington, DC to discuss various issues relating to national maritime security. This meeting will be open to the public.
Read recent Coast Guard remarks from a Area Maritime Security Committee meeting on developing issues and threats in the maritime domain to include waterway changes, impacts of the Energy Renaissance and the commodities market, transnational terrorists and biological incidents.
Read part 2 in the 4 part series providing key takeaways from the Coast Guard Commandant at the American Waterway Operators spring convention.
11/4/2014: Assistant Commandant for Prevention on the interconnectivity of domestic energy, complexity of systems and the greening of industry
Introduction to a 3-part series on domestic energy production, the growing complexity of technology and systems, the greening of industry and the implication for governance surrounding these issues.