July, 2021
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The company has agreed an addendum to its 2018 icebreaker cooperation agreement with Rosatom.
Russia's Norilsk Nickel to Extend Use of Nuclear-Powered Icebreakers
The British government has eased some of its COVID-19 travel restrictions, allowing fully vaccinated cruise passengers from the European Union and US to travel to England without having to quarantine, as of August 2.
International Cruises to Restart from England
The double-ended ferry HYDRA, designed by engineering firm LMG Marin, has now been delivered and is ready to enter service.
Ferry Operator Norled Takes Delivery of First Liquid Hydrogen-Fuelled Ship
The new hire joined the firm earlier this month.
United Bunkers Hires Director From Trefoil
The company is looking for candidates with fluent English and Italian, a relevant degree and preferably some experience of the shipping industry.
BUNKER JOBS: Italy's New Sea Generation Seeks Junior Trader
The ships were arrested after failing port state control inspections.
Two Ships Arrested in UK in June
From Monday medical teams at Belgian ports have started visiting foreign ships to provide the vaccines.
Belgium to Vaccinate Foreign Seafarers
The Sapref refinery near Durban, run jointly by Shell and BP, began to restart production on July 21.
South Africa's Largest Refinery Restarts After Temporary Shutdown
The company is looking for candidates with at least two years' experience in shipping or bunkering.
BUNKER JOBS: Minerva Bunkering Seeks Trader in Hamburg
Previously the company was only producing VLSFO at its Omsk refinery and its fuel terminals at St Petersburg and Novorossiysk.
Gazprom Neft Launches VLSFO Production at Moscow Refinery