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As Israel loudly and publicly denounces Iran and its nuclear programme this week, the two countries are quietly tussling in a decades-old dispute over a secretive
BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley's total compensation rose by more than 20 percent to $12.74 million in 2014, when the company's profit fell due to lower oil prices and production.
Specifying for ballast water treatment systems can be a difficult process. Ian Hamilton, sales manager for marine electrical wiring control and instrumentation specialists CMR Group, offers guidance.
Harkand has appointed Andrew Inglis as a new inspection manager based in the company’s Aberdeen office.
Inglis brings to the post more than 15 years’ experience
SpecTec will work with long term partner Mercy Ships to migrate its current system Business Suite to AMOS Enterprise Management Suite (EMS).
Mercy Ships’ Africa Mercy,
MPG Pipeline Contractors has selected Mark Denton as project superintendent.
Denton has more than 30 years’ experience in the pipeline industry and has
Star Bulk Carriers Corp. took delivery on February 27 of M/V Honey Badger (ex HN NE 164) and M/V Wolverine (ex HN NE 165), two 61,000 dwt Ultramax bulk carriers
DOF Subsea UK Limited has announced that its survey and positioning business in the U.K. and U.S. has been awarded an extension of a Master Service Agreement with
Cargo ship Lysblink Seaways will be towed to Inchgreen, Greenock for repair work after grounding last month on Scotland’s west coast.
The vessel, which ran aground February 18,
Brazilian state-controlled banks are most at risk over loans to oil producer Petróleo Brasileiro SA and third-party contractors in the oil services and construction industries,
The French government's energy bill was approved by the opposition-controlled upper house of parliament on Tuesday in a watered-down version that ditches key nuclear
Latvia's government agreed on Tuesday to split its natural gas utility Latvijas Gaze in two at the beginning of 2017 as a step towards gas market liberalization.
Some truck drivers in Brazil continued blocking roads on Tuesday, slowing grains deliveries to southern ports, even as adherence to the strike diminished and a
U.S. crude futures gave back most of Tuesday's early gains as traders bet on the market's further weakening against benchmark Brent oil ahead of upcoming weekly inventory data.
A new research initiative, entitled Vessels for the Future, was launched with the aim of improve shipping’s safety record, sustainability and global competitiveness.
TT Club has appointed Justin Reynolds as Regional Claims Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Based in London, he will be responsible for handling member’s claims across the EMEA region.
KPI Bridge Oil has promoted Sam Groves to senior bunker and lubricants trader at its London office.
Groves, who is currently working toward his Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers qualification,
Ferguson Group Singapore, a specialist in the provision of DNV 2.7-1 / EN12079 offshore containers, reefers, tanks, waste skips, baskets, accommodation and engineering
Brazil produced more than 3 million barrels of oil and equivalent natural gas a day (boepd) for the second straight month in January, 20 percent more than a year earlier,
Anadarko Petroleum Corp said it would reduce spending by about a third to $5.4 billion-$5.8 billion in 2015, in response to lower oil prices.
The Texas-based producer spent about $9.