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- Magseis Fairfield adds new CTO
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Pacific protection activities expanded
A key IMO-supported international centre responsible for co-ordinating efforts to protect the marine environment in the north-west Pacific Ocean is to expand its areas of work, following a high-level meeting in Seoul.
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First steel cut for mega jack-up VoltaireJan De Nul has started the construction of its next-generation jack-up installation vessel Voltaire with a steel cutting ceremony at the Cosco Shipping Shipyard (Nantong) in China.
Magseis Fairfield adds new CTOMagseis Fairfield has appointed Mark Zajac as chief technology officer, effective June 01, 2020.
Golden Ocean brings scrubber installation tally to 23Dry bulk shipping major Golden Ocean Group Limited (GOGL) has completed all 23 installations of exhaust gas cleaning systems on board its Capesize ships.
Australian Controversy as Livestock Crew Tests Positive for COVID-19A livestock carrier arrived in Fremantle, Australia with six crew members who later tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The incident is stirring up new controversies in Australia in an already politically charged environment.
COVID-19 Takes Off in Brazil's Offshore SectorLacking a systematic national coronavirus control policy, Brazil has developed the second-largest number of COVID-19 cases in the world, behind only the United States.
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