The US Naval Air Force (USN) wants to begin sending a small, fuel-efficient fuel tanker to the Atlantic Ocean with a whisky exchange and an oil-ship exchange.
The plan would see a small tanker and an offshore oil rig dock in a remote area in the Caribbean and be able to transfer fuel, oil, diesel, and oil products to the ships, according to a recent document from the Navy.
The service is currently looking to start shipping fuel and oil to ports in the US and Canada, which it hopes will become the main delivery point for the service’s supply of fuel and energy to the US.
The Navy is seeking $50 million for the proposed project.
“These are just a few examples of the kinds of opportunities that could come from this,” said a US Navy official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the Navy is not yet ready to talk publicly about the project.
The project is expected to start within the next few months and will take at least three years to complete, according the Navy document.
The document said that the project is one of several proposed by the Navy to use its fleet of nuclear-powered vessels to deliver oil and other fuel to the fleet of oil refineries, oil tankers, and offshore drilling platforms.
The oil industry in particular is looking to the navy’s nuclear ships as an alternative to conventional oil and gas drilling platforms and platforms, but there is still debate over the use of nuclear powered ships in the future.
The US nuclear fleet currently ships around 30,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from its ships in both oil and natural gas terminals.
However, the US Navy has long said that it is looking at nuclear energy as a replacement for conventional oil drilling platforms, and the service is also developing a nuclear-fueled tanker.
The USS Enterprise and the USS Kearsarge were the first ships built with nuclear engines.
The navy has been looking to build nuclear-power-powered warships for years, with two ships currently under construction: the USS Lexington, which will be based in the Mediterranean, and USS Enterprise, which is currently underway at Newport News, Virginia.