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Posted: 7 months ago

Frontline CEO Robert Macleod steps down

Robert Hvide Macleod, Chief Executive Officer of tanker major Frontline Management AS, has decided t...

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  • Business & Finance
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Havyard closes yard amid COVID-19 outbreak

At least 17 people linked to Norway’s shipbuilder New Havyard Ship Technology AS, part of Havy...

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  • Business & Finance
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Equinor forced to shut down four fields due to strike

Equinor has been forced to shut down four of its offshore fields following an escalation in strike a...

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  • Exploration & Production
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Offshore workers' strike to hit output on six fields

Strike action by Norwegian offshore oil and gas workers will affect production on six fields in the ...

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  • Exploration & Production
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DP World, union agree on 3-year workplace deal for Sydney terminal

DP World Australia has reached an in-principle workplace agreement with the Maritime Union of Austra...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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New President and CEO to take the helm at Wärtsilä

The Board of Directors of technology company Wärtsilä has appointed Håkan Agnevall as the new Presid...

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  • Business & Finance
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Peace deal between Patrick Terminals and wharfies falls through

The waterfront dispute between the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and container terminal operator...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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New law to ensure minimum wage for over 10,000 UK seafarers

Aa of 1 October 2020, seafarers in the United Kingdom will be receiving a minimum wage — pay p...

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  • Regulation & policy
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Union says it would extend Patrick Terminals an olive branch for a 1-year workplace agreement extension

The Maritime Union of Australia is planning to offer a peace deal to Patrick Terminals and stop indu...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Shell plans to cut up to 9,000 jobs

Oil major Shell has confirmed plans to cut between 7,000 and 9,000 jobs in a push to save up to $2.5...

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  • Transition
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MUA calls for crew change on Patricia Oldendorff

The crew of Oldendorff’s bulker, currently anchored in Port Hedland, Australia after experienc...

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  • Vessels
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17 crew members on board Oldendorff’s bulker infected with Coronavirus

Seventeen crewmembers aboard Patricia Oldendorff bulk carrier have tested positive for the Coronavir...

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  • Vessels
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Over 400,000 seafarers trapped at sea

More than 400,000 seafarers remain trapped at sea on more than 60,000 cargo ships, as calls to end t...

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  • Vessels
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Crew member tests positive for COVID-19 on Hapag-Lloyd operated boxship

A crew member on board Mehuin, the Liberia-flagged containership, operated by German liner Hapag-Llo...

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  • Vessels
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DP World Australia, MUA closing in on workplace agreement

Australia’s largest container terminal operator DP World Australia expects to finalise workpla...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Seafarer humanitarian crisis in the spotlight of World Maritime Day

On 24 September, the IMO and the global maritime community come together to celebrate the annual Wor...

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  • Human Capital
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Supergen ORE Hub director joins Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

One of the UK’s leading offshore renewable energy academics has been admitted to the Fellowship of t...

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  • Human Capital
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New report reveals skills issues in the UK maritime sector

The UK’s Maritime Skills Commission (MSC) has released its Labour Market Intelligence Report t...

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  • Human Capital
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ITF warns of shipping’s backslide on safety & seafarers’ rights amid COVID-19 impact

The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the shipping industry goes beyond the crew change crisis as ...

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  • Human Capital
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Venture Global LNG shuffles management

U.S. LNG export project developer Venture Global LNG has unveiled changes in the company’s cor...

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  • Outlook & strategy
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MUA calls off industrial action plans for DPWA as liners battle congestion

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) withdrew its industrial action at DP World Australia, accordin...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Inpex, Chevron to cut Australian LNG jobs

Japanese oil and gas major Inpex is set to cut the workforce numbers at its Ichthys liquefied natura...

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  • Human Capital
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GasLog adds independent director to BoD

LNG shipper GasLog has made an addition to its board of directors. ...

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  • Outlook & strategy
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Singapore crew change fund gets $500,000

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the International Maritime Employers...

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  • Collaboration
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AMSA bans bulker for underpaying crew

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Panama-flagged bulk carrier AC Sesoda...

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  • Vessels
Posted: 8 months ago