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Union working to avoid downsizing of 200 rig workers

A Norwegian union is working to avoid the downsizing of 200 workers of the West Mira rig following a...

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  • Human Capital
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Spirit gets life extension for North Sea field

Spirit Energy has received approval from Norwegian authorities for a life extension of its Vale gas ...

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  • Business & Finance
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NYK 1st Japanese carrier to join SRTI

Japan-based shipping company, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line), has joined the Ship Recycling Transpar...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Prosafe heading to Supreme Court over Westcon case

Offshore accommodation rig provider Prosafe is heading to the Supreme Court to appeal a recent rulin...

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  • Authorities & Government
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Green groups: Biofuels, LNG should be excluded from FuelEU Maritime law

Biofuels and natural gas are not a sustainable alternative for the shipping industry’s decarbo...

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  • Vessels
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SHI: Lingering fears, worries and doubts over crew change

Lingering fears, worries, and doubts about the ongoing crew change situation continue to dominate th...

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  • Human Capital
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Transocean and Suncor fined over offshore fluid spill

Canadian offshore petroleum regulator has fined Suncor Energy and Transocean over an unauthorized fl...

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  • Authorities & Government
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Canada backs international standardisation of marine energy

The Government of Canada has awarded funding to Marine Renewables Canada to support the work of the ...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Stranded FPSO Umuroa leaves Tui field after 14 years

The BW Offshore-owned FPSO Umuroa has been disconnected from the Tui field, located offshore New Zea...

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  • Authorities & Government
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MOL preparing to drill appraisal well in North Sea

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted MOL Norge a drilling permit for an appraisal w...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Fleet-based CO2 compliance a better way for green transition

The path to lower CO2 emissions from ships could be shorter by choosing a fleet-based approach to ef...

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  • Transition
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Velesto expects insurance to mitigate sunken rig costs

Velesto Energy expects the financial impact of an incident in which its NAGA 7 rig submerged off Sar...

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  • Safety
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ACCC: QLD LNG producers to coordinate gas plants upkeep

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has proposed to reauthorise Australia Paci...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Valaris emerges from Chapter 11 free of $7.1bn of debt

Valaris has completed its financial restructuring, emerging from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy and elimi...

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  • Business & Finance
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BIMCO: Steady rise in scrubber-fitted ships backs demand for HSFO

In the first quarter of 2021, high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) has been the only bunker fuel to experien...

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  • Transition
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Scrubber-fitted ships to emit 10 Gt of washwater each year

Ships with scrubbers will emit at least 10 gigatonnes (Gt) of scrubber washwater each year absent ad...

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  • Equipment
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76% of ships broken in Q1 ended up on S. Asian beaches

Of the 204 ships broken in the first quarter of 2021, 155 ships were sold to the beaches of South As...

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  • Vessels
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Shipowners and seafarers fail to agree on a revised minimum wage

The world’s seafarers yesterday decided to shut down negotiations over the future of seafarers’ mini...

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  • Human Capital
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7% of EU’s shipping fuels need to be green by 2030

7% of the EU’s shipping fuels need to be green by 2030 for the sector to decarbonise by mid-century,...

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  • Outlook & strategy
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Biden to push for IMO adoption of zero emissions goal for shipping by 2050

The Biden administration has committed to working with the International Maritime Organization (IMO)...

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  • Outlook & strategy
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Seven industry partners launch Maritime Technologies Forum

Seven flag states and classification societies have united to launch the Maritime Technologies Forum...

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  • Collaboration
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BW Offshore to demolish laid-up FPSO despite previous re-use plans

BW Offshore has decided to recycle its laid-up FPSO Berge Helene despite previous plans to use it on...

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  • Vessels
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Equinor's Troll West electrification to cut CO2 emissions

Equinor and partners have decided in favour of Troll West electrification and are submitting the pla...

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  • Project & Tenders
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Fossil fuels use in shipping should be banned by 2030

The use of fossil fuels in the shipping industry will need to be banned in the latter half of the de...

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  • Outlook & strategy
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Aker BP gearing up for Barents Sea well

Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has given consent to Aker BP for drilling in the Barents Sea, u...

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  • Authorities & Government
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