The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has issued an order to Equinor after an audit of material handling and management of the working environment on Martin Linge A. This showed that non-conformities that were identified earlier by the PSA have not been corrected. The deadline for compliance with the order is 8 March 2019. PSA must be informed when the order has been conducted.
Kongsberg Maritime conducted a a tailored DP (dynamic positioning) emergency scenario training course for SAIPEM’s employees at the Kongsberg Maritime training centre in Kongsberg, Norway. SAIPEM decided to put all their pertinent crews through the course. Overall the series consists of ten courses.
Newcastle College’s Energy Academy in Wallsend installed an Immersive Hybrid Reality offshore wind training facility. This is a virtual reality system to help train future engineers, as it replicates working conditions experienced by wind turbine engineers operating on offshore wind farms.
A new project to develop a UK oil and gas skills strategy has been launched following release of the UKCS Workforce Dynamics Review. Launched in May 2018, the study found that if the sector achieves energy transition ambitions, around 40,000 people will need to be recruited into the sector over the next 20 years.
UK's first offshore wind farm decommissioned25/04/2019
ONE receives another 14,000-TEU container ship25/04/2019
Pirates board tanker in Nigeria, kidnap six25/04/2019
US waiver on Iranian oil imports will not be renewed25/04/2019
Royal Caribbean starts building fifth Oasis Class cruise ship25/04/2019
Lack of stability assessment leads to fatal capsizing25/04/2019
Car shipping company faces charges for illegal shipping24/04/2019
Polish LNG terminal receives more financing to expand24/04/2019
Intercargo launches its 2018 bulk carrier casualty report24/04/2019
Port of Long Beach approves its updated strategic plan24/04/2019