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Tonga could be offline for weeks after eruption

Business Day 18 Jan 2022
Wellington/SydneyThe South Pacific archipelago of Tonga could be cut off from ... Saturday’s explosion of the underwater Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano sent tsunami waves across the Pacific Ocean, cutting the line that is  operated by Tonga Cable Ltd, about 37km offshore.
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Ransomware Attack on Swire Pacific Offshore Breaches Personnel Data

The Maritime Executive 26 Nov 2021
Offshore operator Swire Pacific Offshore filed a notice on November 25 reporting that its systems have been subjected to a cyber security incident ... and ratings from around the world.” The company operates more than 50 vessels through Swire Pacific Offshore Operations.
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Swire Pacific Offshore suffers ransomware attack

Splash24/7 25 Nov 2021
Singapore offshore vessel operator Swire Pacific Offshore (SPO) has fallen victim to a cyber attack, resulting in the loss of some confidential proprietary commercial information along with some personal data ... [Pacific Offshore Martine Services] $3 Billion revenue.
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Mixed messages from officials over UK plan to process migrants in Albania

Arab News 18 Nov 2021
Offshore processing is our best hope now, as nothing else is working.” ... If the plan is implemented, the UK would follow Australia — which holds people offshore in small Pacific countries — and Denmark, which is planning a similar processing operation in Rwanda.
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Mexico’s Enav to take over Pacific Radiance fleet

Splash24/7 29 Oct 2021
Singapore-based offshore vessel operator Pacific Radiance has struck a conditional deal with its secured lenders and ENAV Radiance, an affiliate of Mexico’s ENAV Offshore, for the sale of its entire fleet ... Following the transaction, Pacific Radiance said it should pivot into ...
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Coast Guard: 1,200-foot ship dragged California oil pipeline

Journal Review 17 Oct 2021
The accident just a few miles off Los Angeles' Huntington Beach fouled beaches and wetlands and led to temporary closures for cleanup work , it has reignited the debate over offshore drilling in federal waters in the Pacific, where. The DANIT's operator, MSC Mediterranean Shipping ...
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Why do we still have offshore oil wells? How do they work?

Finger Lakes Times 06 Oct 2021
Hence the interest in offshore development ... The vast majority of that came from the Gulf of Mexico; the offshore wells in the Pacific, which produced an average of 12,200 barrels a day, contributed one-tenth of 1% ... How do offshore wells work? ... — Pacific Operators Offshore operates platforms Hogan and Houchin, located southeast of Santa Barbara.
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Before O.C. oil spill, platform owner faced bankruptcy, history of regulatory problems

Marietta Daily Journal 05 Oct 2021
Oct. 4—The owner of an offshore oil operation that spewed at least 126, 000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean and fouled Orange County beaches had emerged from bankruptcy just four years ago and amassed a long record ... .
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Today’s Headlines: Ship anchored in wrong spot may have caused oil spill

The Los Angeles Times 05 Oct 2021
... offshore drilling ... — In recent years, before the leak that spewed at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean, the owner of the offshore oil operation had emerged from bankruptcy and also amassed a long record of federal noncompliance incidents and violations.
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Before Orange County oil spill, platform owner faced bankruptcy, history of regulatory problems

The Lewiston Tribune 04 Oct 2021
LOS ANGELES — The owner of an offshore oil operation that spewed at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean and fouled Orange County beaches had emerged from bankruptcy just four years ago and amassed a long ... .
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Renewables giant Ørsted reveals multibillion-pound plans for Scotland

Power Technology 21 Sep 2021
Ørsted is one of the world’s largest renewable energy companies, describing itself as a global leader in offshore wind, with 27 sites in operation across Europe, the US, and the Asia Pacific region ... Government’s target of 11GW of installed offshore wind by this date,” Clark added.
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High Tien Offshore to invest in Taiwan’s first cable layer

Splash24/7 14 Sep 2021
High Tien Offshore Engineering has announced it will invest in Taiwan’s first large-scale cable laying vessel (CLV) expected to be built by the end of 2023 and fully operational in 2024 ... on offshore wind projects in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific region.
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Singapore awards record number of maritime scholarships under two schemes

Seatrade Maritime News 07 Sep 2021
... Singapore Organisation of Seamen (SOS), and corporate sponsors including - Anglo-Eastern Ship Management (Singapore), Fleet Ship Management, Hafnia, NYK Shipmanagement, PACC Ship Managers, Pacific International Lines, POSH Fleet Services, and Swire Pacific Offshore Operations.
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Pacific Radiance seals deal to sell debt and ships

Splash24/7 01 Jul 2021
Singapore-based offshore vessel operator Pacific Radiance has come up with a debt restructuring plan, which would see the Mexican offshore support vessel owner and operator E-NAV Offshore take over the vessels mortgaged to its lenders ... E-NAV will also appoint Pacific Radiance as ...
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Over 50 shipping companies offer Wellness at Sea programme

Gulf Daily News 01 Jul 2021
Peter Langslow, Managing Director, Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd said. “As a shipowner and long term partner of SailorsSociety, Swire Pacific Offshore (SPO) recognises the strong support to seafarers and their families that the charity has always provided.  .

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