• Offshore Manpower Lifting

    Offshore Manpower Lifting

    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

    Manpower transfer from GOL OFFSHORE LTD SUPPLY vessel/tug bharati-s to BPA offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Personnel basket transfer Offshore

    Offshore manpower transfer through basket- High risky activities.

    published: 14 Oct 2015
  • Manpower Outsourcing, Technical Staffing & Recruitment Consultants in Mumbai | Aarvi Encon

    Aarvi Encon is a leading technical manpower outsourcing company providing engineers, designers, on secondment / deputation to companies, dedicated to the energy sector that provides Construction Jobs, Inspection Jobs, Design Engineer Jobs, Designer Jobs, Drilling Jobs, Engineering Jobs, Environmental Jobs, Geosciences Jobs , HR and Recruitment Jobs, HSE Jobs, safety jobs, Maintenance Jobs, shutdown Jobs, Management Jobs, Marine Jobs, Oil and Gas Jobs, Procurement Jobs, Production Jobs, Project & Control Jobs, Technical Jobs, Pipeline Jobs, Refinery Jobs, Offshore Jobs, Petroleum Jobs, etc. The company targets sectors like Oil & Gas, Power, LNG, PNG, refinery, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Wind power, Solar Power, Offshore, E&P, Infrastructure, Ports & Terminals, Telecom, Fertilizers, Cement, A...

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

    https://www.varaluae.com/business-in-dubai Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business Business in Dubai: Local, free zones, offshore, costs in brief, how should you choose There are many benefits to doing business in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates have a growing and diverse economy and Dubai’s infrastructure is second to none. It leads in the cargo and re-exports markets because of the size and sophistication of its two ports and Dubai is home to two major and many smaller airlines. Manpower is readily available, as is government support and promotion. Dubai is ranked as the top middle eastern city for quality of life and has become one of the world’s most preferred expatriate locations. A fascinating heritage is combined with world-class shopping and entertainment fac...

    published: 14 May 2015
  • Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

    Company presentation of Oceanwide Den Helder - offshore manpower & catering services

    published: 12 Mar 2014
  • Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

    Corporate movie for Sif Group bv, specialised in the manufacture of tubular structures for Offshore Oil and Gas industry, Offshore Wind farm Foundations, Harbour and Jetty Facilities, Pressure vessel Shells and Cones and Civil and Mechanical Engineering.

    published: 17 Oct 2013
  • Sembcorp Marine: Failed braking system caused rig to tilt - 04Dec2012

    SINGAPORE: A failed braking system on one of the movable legs of a rig at the Jurong Shipyard had caused the structure to tilt, injuring 89 workers on Monday. Sembcorp Marine gave this update as part of its early findings of investigations into the accident at the shipyard in Tanjong Kling Road. The company said load tests were being carried out on the partially-constructed rig from last Saturday. Before the incident happened, the legs of the rig were lodged firmly some three metres in the seabed and were able to take on the load testing. The load tests went on for about 1.5 days with each of the three legs of the rig bearing a load of about 9,000 tonnes. However, on Monday morning, the jacking unit of the forward leg slipped, causing the hull and the legs to tilt forward. Sembcorp...

    published: 04 Dec 2012
  • Offshore recruitment

    Altitude Select are a specialist energy recruitment company providing all trades and spervision to industry.

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

    This DeltaV system case study shows how Shell uses the PlantWeb architecture to achieve 97% process availability objectives at its Malampaya offshore and onshore oil & gas facilities.

    published: 24 Jun 2013
  • Offshore wind farm Sandbank DE

    For the installation project of Bilfinger Marine and Offshore Systems, we’ve provided the design and fabrication of the MP and TP seafastening, an upending system, pile guiding tool and Hydro Sound Damper deployment system. All tools were fabricated and operational in time for the first load out, in the beginning of June 2015.

    published: 12 Feb 2016
  • ManpowerGroup Solutions CORE Manila

    published: 14 Oct 2016
  • Aldelia || Recruiter || Manpower || Oil & Gas Industry

    http://www.aldelia.com/ Aldelia is the leader in recruitment, manpower and project services for the Oil and Gas industry in emerging markets. Aldelia has offices in London, Iraq, Brazil, Nigeria, Middle East, Singapore and Kurdistan. Joss Leaufrancois is the C.O.O of the Aldelia. In this video he is telling us about the origin of Aldelia's name and its aspirations. Aldelia is the word derived from the Portuguese language which means small community/tribe. We want want to be number one in Iraq, Nigeria and Iraq. Iraqi market is our biggest focus, according to Joss. Find out more about Aldelia Iraq here: http://www.aldelia-iraq.com/ Aldelia UK 1 Lyric Square London, W6 0NB United Kingdom Phone: +44 203 427 5908

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

    A look at the disciplines etpm recruit for both Offshore Management as well as Marine Bridge Crew. www.etpm.co.uk

    published: 08 Jul 2014
  • U.S. vs Russia vs China: Military spending and manpower

    U.S. vs The U.S. spends more on its military than the rest of the world combined. Although Washington spent nearly $600 billion on defense in 2016, U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to substantially increase military spending from 2017. But $600 billion is enough to give a headache to both China and Russia, which spend about $150 billion and $80 billion annually, respectively. While the U.S. is an unmatched military power in terms of defense spending, it loses profoundly when it comes to manpower and active military personnel. It’s no secret that China’s significant advantage is that it’s the world’s most populated country with nearly 1.4 billion people (by contrast, the U.S. has 323 million and Russia only 142 million). China’s manpower available for service at any given time reac...

    published: 10 May 2017
  • PM Lee: Marine & offshore industry must keep upgrading itself - 06Nov2013

    SINGAPORE: Singapore's marine and offshore industry must keep upgrading itself to seize opportunities and stay ahead of the competition, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Mr Lee made this point as he noted that Asia's continued growth will increase maritime traffic in the region. At the same time, rising demand for energy worldwide will see more exploration and production activities in deeper waters and harsher environments. The challenge, he added, is for the industry to stay viable while optimising land use, and reducing its reliance on foreign manpower. Mr Lee pointed to Sembcorp Marine's new integrated yard called the Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas - which officially opened on Wednesday - as an example of how this can be achieved. The first phase of the yard - which spans ab...

    published: 06 Nov 2013
Offshore Manpower Lifting

Offshore Manpower Lifting

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2015
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Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
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Manpower transfer from GOL OFFSHORE LTD SUPPLY vessel/tug bharati-s to BPA offshore platform via personnel transfer basket
https://wn.com/Manpower_Transfer_From_Vessel_To_Offshore_Platform_Via_Personnel_Transfer_Basket
Personnel basket transfer Offshore

Personnel basket transfer Offshore

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  • Updated: 14 Oct 2015
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Offshore manpower transfer through basket- High risky activities.
https://wn.com/Personnel_Basket_Transfer_Offshore
Manpower Outsourcing, Technical Staffing & Recruitment Consultants in Mumbai | Aarvi Encon

Manpower Outsourcing, Technical Staffing & Recruitment Consultants in Mumbai | Aarvi Encon

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2015
  • views: 5286
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Aarvi Encon is a leading technical manpower outsourcing company providing engineers, designers, on secondment / deputation to companies, dedicated to the energy sector that provides Construction Jobs, Inspection Jobs, Design Engineer Jobs, Designer Jobs, Drilling Jobs, Engineering Jobs, Environmental Jobs, Geosciences Jobs , HR and Recruitment Jobs, HSE Jobs, safety jobs, Maintenance Jobs, shutdown Jobs, Management Jobs, Marine Jobs, Oil and Gas Jobs, Procurement Jobs, Production Jobs, Project & Control Jobs, Technical Jobs, Pipeline Jobs, Refinery Jobs, Offshore Jobs, Petroleum Jobs, etc. The company targets sectors like Oil & Gas, Power, LNG, PNG, refinery, Petrochemical, Pipeline, Wind power, Solar Power, Offshore, E&P, Infrastructure, Ports & Terminals, Telecom, Fertilizers, Cement, Automobile, Metro & Mono Rail, Railway, Metals and Minerals, Information Technology. Our target companies are those that are from the above sector ranging operating oil company, EPC, Engineering design, Field design, O&M, Operations, maintenance, contracting, inspection from fortune 500 oil and gas companies to smaller ones, situated in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Europe, India, Russia, Africa, Australia, Kuwait, USA, UK, etc.
https://wn.com/Manpower_Outsourcing,_Technical_Staffing_Recruitment_Consultants_In_Mumbai_|_Aarvi_Encon
Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

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  • Updated: 14 May 2015
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https://www.varaluae.com/business-in-dubai Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business Business in Dubai: Local, free zones, offshore, costs in brief, how should you choose There are many benefits to doing business in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates have a growing and diverse economy and Dubai’s infrastructure is second to none. It leads in the cargo and re-exports markets because of the size and sophistication of its two ports and Dubai is home to two major and many smaller airlines. Manpower is readily available, as is government support and promotion. Dubai is ranked as the top middle eastern city for quality of life and has become one of the world’s most preferred expatriate locations. A fascinating heritage is combined with world-class shopping and entertainment facilities and lets not to forget the year-round sunshine! Have us send you answers to your top 10 questions for business in Dubai by entering your details in the box on the right! Business in Dubai: What are your options? There are three ways to start doing business in Dubai. These are Local, Free Zone or Offshore. Local business in Dubai If your company will be located outside of designated free zones, it must be at least 51% owned by a local UAE national, unless the business is a branch office of a foreign company. Certain professionals are also exempt from this rule. Your UAE partner must be paid a yearly fee, which can be negotiated. Operating in this way means that you will have a wider choice of locations and can pick one that is appropriate for your budget. Starting a local business in Dubai is better suited to the following: Import and distribution within UAE Retail businesses Restaurants Cafeterias Hotels Contracting businesses Manpower supply services Logistics service providers About free zones for business in Dubai Free zones are special economic areas set up with the goal of offering tax free, duty-free benefits to expatriate investors. Each one is designed around one or more business categories. An example is the Dubai auto zone. A free zone authority offers business licenses to foreign-owned businesses. If you do business in a free zone: you are allowed 100% ownership tax exemption property ownership fair renewal fees you are allowed to open a bank account in Dubai you have no restrictions on activities you can wind up your business at your own discretion Companies operating in free zones aren’t allowed to trade goods with the local UAE market directly. They must use authorized local agents and pay a moderate customs duty of about 5%. However, services and products may be purchased from and within the UAE market without an agent. More than 20 free zones are in operation and are available for business in Dubai. A Dubai offshore company offers the following advantages: Tax optimization Asset protection Asset holding Succession planning Ship and aircraft registration High-risk trading Trade financing Security
https://wn.com/Business_In_Dubai_|_How_To_Begin_A_New_Offshore_Business
Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

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  • Updated: 12 Mar 2014
  • views: 2991
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Company presentation of Oceanwide Den Helder - offshore manpower & catering services
https://wn.com/Oceanwide_Den_Helder_Company_Presentation
Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

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  • Updated: 17 Oct 2013
  • views: 4303
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Corporate movie for Sif Group bv, specialised in the manufacture of tubular structures for Offshore Oil and Gas industry, Offshore Wind farm Foundations, Harbour and Jetty Facilities, Pressure vessel Shells and Cones and Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
https://wn.com/Sif_Works_For_Offshore_Foundations
Sembcorp Marine: Failed braking system caused rig to tilt - 04Dec2012

Sembcorp Marine: Failed braking system caused rig to tilt - 04Dec2012

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SINGAPORE: A failed braking system on one of the movable legs of a rig at the Jurong Shipyard had caused the structure to tilt, injuring 89 workers on Monday. Sembcorp Marine gave this update as part of its early findings of investigations into the accident at the shipyard in Tanjong Kling Road. The company said load tests were being carried out on the partially-constructed rig from last Saturday. Before the incident happened, the legs of the rig were lodged firmly some three metres in the seabed and were able to take on the load testing. The load tests went on for about 1.5 days with each of the three legs of the rig bearing a load of about 9,000 tonnes. However, on Monday morning, the jacking unit of the forward leg slipped, causing the hull and the legs to tilt forward. Sembcorp Marine said the priority now is to stabilise the structure. It is working closely with experts to get it back in an upright position. Meanwhile, the Manpower Ministry said that most of the workers have been discharged while three are still being warded for minor injuries. One of the workers warded in West Point Hospital has shin injury with hairline fracture. Of the two warded at the Singapore General Hospital, one of the workers has swelling in one ankle while the other has swelling in both ankles. They are expected to be discharged over the next few days. Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin took a tour of the accident site at Jurong Shipyard on Tuesday to see first-hand the extent of the damage. Mr Tan said: "The shipyard has assessed the situation and they feel the structure is stable as it is right now... they have sealed off the area so that in case anything untoward happens, there should be no cause of injuries to anyone in that area. "So the priority right now is to take stock of how exactly you should rectify the physical situation on the ground and importantly to understand where the system did not work as it's supposed to." On Monday, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) ordered all works at the affected rig to stop. Mr Tan said Sembcorp Marine is still assessing what steps it should take next to rectify the situation. He said the Manpower Ministry will work closely with the company. He also said the next step is to investigate the cause of the incident and see what lessons can be learnt from it. Investigators will look into areas such as the procedures and processes, and assess if they were effective and had been followed. They will also find out why the braking mechanism did not work. Mr Tan said the company has assured him that it will look after all the injured workers and take care of their medical expenses. Sembcorp Marine said it is also focusing on helping the affected workers. Mr Wong Weng Sun, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sembcorp Marine, said: "We have set up for them professional psychiatric services and we have also engaged the same services for group discussions and also for individual counselling for those who are still in the hospital." The Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Employees' Union said it is in touch with the company and workers to see how it can assist them. It also urged Jurong Shipyard to ensure that such an incident will not happen again. www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1241001/1/.html
https://wn.com/Sembcorp_Marine_Failed_Braking_System_Caused_Rig_To_Tilt_04Dec2012
Offshore recruitment

Offshore recruitment

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  • Updated: 19 Jun 2013
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Altitude Select are a specialist energy recruitment company providing all trades and spervision to industry.
https://wn.com/Offshore_Recruitment
Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2013
  • views: 4250
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This DeltaV system case study shows how Shell uses the PlantWeb architecture to achieve 97% process availability objectives at its Malampaya offshore and onshore oil & gas facilities.
https://wn.com/Shell_Philippines_Less_Manpower_High_Availability_At_Malampaya
Offshore wind farm Sandbank DE

Offshore wind farm Sandbank DE

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2016
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For the installation project of Bilfinger Marine and Offshore Systems, we’ve provided the design and fabrication of the MP and TP seafastening, an upending system, pile guiding tool and Hydro Sound Damper deployment system. All tools were fabricated and operational in time for the first load out, in the beginning of June 2015.
https://wn.com/Offshore_Wind_Farm_Sandbank_De
ManpowerGroup Solutions CORE Manila

ManpowerGroup Solutions CORE Manila

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  • Updated: 14 Oct 2016
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https://wn.com/Manpowergroup_Solutions_Core_Manila
Aldelia || Recruiter || Manpower || Oil & Gas Industry

Aldelia || Recruiter || Manpower || Oil & Gas Industry

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  • Updated: 25 Mar 2014
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http://www.aldelia.com/ Aldelia is the leader in recruitment, manpower and project services for the Oil and Gas industry in emerging markets. Aldelia has offices in London, Iraq, Brazil, Nigeria, Middle East, Singapore and Kurdistan. Joss Leaufrancois is the C.O.O of the Aldelia. In this video he is telling us about the origin of Aldelia's name and its aspirations. Aldelia is the word derived from the Portuguese language which means small community/tribe. We want want to be number one in Iraq, Nigeria and Iraq. Iraqi market is our biggest focus, according to Joss. Find out more about Aldelia Iraq here: http://www.aldelia-iraq.com/ Aldelia UK 1 Lyric Square London, W6 0NB United Kingdom Phone: +44 203 427 5908
https://wn.com/Aldelia_||_Recruiter_||_Manpower_||_Oil_Gas_Industry
Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

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  • Updated: 08 Jul 2014
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A look at the disciplines etpm recruit for both Offshore Management as well as Marine Bridge Crew. www.etpm.co.uk
https://wn.com/Offshore_Management_And_Marine_Bridge_Crew
U.S. vs Russia vs China: Military spending and manpower

U.S. vs Russia vs China: Military spending and manpower

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  • Updated: 10 May 2017
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U.S. vs The U.S. spends more on its military than the rest of the world combined. Although Washington spent nearly $600 billion on defense in 2016, U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to substantially increase military spending from 2017. But $600 billion is enough to give a headache to both China and Russia, which spend about $150 billion and $80 billion annually, respectively. While the U.S. is an unmatched military power in terms of defense spending, it loses profoundly when it comes to manpower and active military personnel. It’s no secret that China’s significant advantage is that it’s the world’s most populated country with nearly 1.4 billion people (by contrast, the U.S. has 323 million and Russia only 142 million). China’s manpower available for service at any given time reaches more than 385 million men, which is more than five times higher than U.S. manpower. Interestingly, China’s manpower available for service is 2.5 times higher than Russia’s entire population. China boasts about 2.4 million active military personnel, while the U.S. has 1.5 million and Russia’s active military personnel barely even reaches 770,000. Russia vs China: Military spending and manpower
https://wn.com/U.S._Vs_Russia_Vs_China_Military_Spending_And_Manpower
PM Lee: Marine & offshore industry must keep upgrading itself - 06Nov2013

PM Lee: Marine & offshore industry must keep upgrading itself - 06Nov2013

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  • Updated: 06 Nov 2013
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's marine and offshore industry must keep upgrading itself to seize opportunities and stay ahead of the competition, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Mr Lee made this point as he noted that Asia's continued growth will increase maritime traffic in the region. At the same time, rising demand for energy worldwide will see more exploration and production activities in deeper waters and harsher environments. The challenge, he added, is for the industry to stay viable while optimising land use, and reducing its reliance on foreign manpower. Mr Lee pointed to Sembcorp Marine's new integrated yard called the Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas - which officially opened on Wednesday - as an example of how this can be achieved. The first phase of the yard - which spans about 73 hectares - has been completed, and began operating in August this year. When fully completed, the facility - which spans some 200 hectares - will allow Sembcorp Marine to consolidate all of its yards. The plan is to consolidate all the yards here by 2024. It has also been custom-built to maximise productivity, efficiency, and competitiveness. It features optimised docking and berthing facilities, an improved dock and quay ration, a centralised work-efficient layout, and integrated facilities. President and CEO of Sembcorp Marine Wong Weng Sun said: "With its innovative design, advanced automation and optimised facilities, the Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas will further maximise work efficiency and operational synergy, enabling us to utilise our workforce and resources to achieve higher productivity and faster turnaround." Mr Lee said: "The aim is to create a shipyard of the future, which will significantly increase our productivity. It's a green-field development so Sembcorp Marine can optimise the layout and facilities, and free up the land which it is currently occupying and then it can be used for some other purpose." The yard also lets workers live on-site and have enough time to rest after work, which means they are more productive and efficient while on the job. The dormitories can house more than 9,000 employees. One interesting feature of the workers' dormitory is its multi-media room. Workers can book a four-hour slot to watch a movie, and they can choose from more than 80 titles. Touring the yard on Wednesday, Mr Lee said the government, besides building infrastructure, will continue to work with the marine and offshore industry so it can upgrade and transform itself. This includes enhancing research and innovation capabilities, building talent and skilled manpower and developing a strong marine and offshore eco-system. Mr Lee added that other sectors in the economy are being similarly upgraded. He said: "The way forward is to upgrade, improve our skills, catch up and be at the leading edge, and thereby offer good jobs and a good future for Singaporeans. This is the way for us to keep Singapore vibrant and forward-looking, at the centre of key global and economic trends: to enable our manufacturing and services sectors to grow to complement our marine and offshore hub to enhance our competitiveness and our ability to service the world and therefore help Sembcorp Marine and many other companies to prosper in Singapore." The next phase of the integrated yard is expected to begin operating in the next three to four years. www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/marine-offshore-industry/876346.html
https://wn.com/Pm_Lee_Marine_Offshore_Industry_Must_Keep_Upgrading_Itself_06Nov2013
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