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Abu Dhabi Ship Building wins $952m contract with UAE Navy

Gulf Daily News 18 May 2021
Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB), a leader in the new build, repair, maintenance, refit and conversion of naval and commercial vessels, has been awarded an AED3.5 billion ($952 million) contract by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and UAE Navy, to build Falaj 3-class Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs).
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ONGC: Measures to mitigate impact of cyclone Tauktae underway

Live Mint 18 May 2021
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) on Tuesday said that "all possible measures in coordination with ODAG (Offshore Defence Advisory Group) and MRCC (Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre)" are being taken to ensure the safety of personnel and vessels in the aftermath of cyclone Tauktae.
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Cyclone Tauktae weakens, rain forecast in Rajasthan towns: 10 points

Hindustan Times 18 May 2021
At least 60 people from Barge P305 have been rescued till 11pm last night by INS Kochi and 18 by an offshore support vessel in challenging sea conditions, due to Cyclone Tauktae, a defence PRO was quoted as saying by news agency ANI ... and INS Kolkata, the defenc eofficial said.
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Cyclone Tauktae Live: Tauktae to weaken into a deep depression in few hours

Deccan Herald 18 May 2021
Defence PRO, Mumbai ... ONGC is taking all possible measures in coordination with ODAG (Offshore Defence Advisory Group) and MRCC (Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre) ... Offshore fields in the Arabian Sea and one drilling rig of ONGC deployed for exploration purpose ... Defence PRO.
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China has proved it can build warships. It faces another challenge if it wants to ...

Business Insider 15 May 2021
In an effort to become a real blue-water navy, Beijing adjusted its military policy in 2015, placing more stress on active offshore water defence and open-seas protection. "In the foreseeable future, both active offshore defence and far-seas protection would carry similar ...
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Caterer Compass hands back £25m furlough cash

Belfast Telegraph 12 May 2021
The world’s biggest catering group has decided to pay back the £25 million it claimed in furlough from the UK Government in recent months ... Chief executive Dominic Blakemore said ... Only its healthcare and senior living unit and defences, offshore and remote unit grew organic revenue during the period – up 1.9% and 0.7% respectively ... .
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Catering giant Compass Group forecasts 'gradual' recovery in trade as it announces repayment of £25m ...

The Daily Mail 12 May 2021
Compass Group's revenues in Europe and North America both declined by 32.8 per cent ... Organic revenues throughout the Rest of the World fell by only 9.4 per cent due to the region's greater reliance on the healthcare and senior living, and defence, offshore and remote sectors, which have displayed more durability over the last year ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Australia stands ready to take back Darwin and Newcastle ports from China if security risks ...

The Daily Mail 30 Apr 2021
'If there is any advice that I receive from the Department of Defence or intelligence agencies that suggest that there are national security risks there then you'd expect the Government to take action on that, and that would be right,' he told 2GB on Friday ... 'Darwin is home to a major offshore marine supply hub and soon a ship lift facility.
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Opec+ convenes as Covid-19 takes a toll on India

The National 27 Apr 2021
Oil demand growth is expected to be around 6 million barrels per day, the technical committee of the group said on Monday ... Read More ... Prices rallied after reports of separate maritime incidents offshore Saudi Arabia and China. Saudi Arabia’s defence ministry said it destroyed an explosive-laden boat off the Red Sea Yanbu port ... .
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Opec+ stays on course over output increases despite rising cases in India

The National 27 Apr 2021
Overall conformity among its members to existing supply restrictions reached 115 per cent in March ... Read More ... Prices also rallied earlier after reports of separate maritime incidents offshore Saudi Arabia and China. Saudi Arabia’s defence ministry said it destroyed an explosive-laden boat off the Yanbu port in the Red Sea ... .
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Brisbane company paid $1.4bn to run offshore processing on Nauru despite no arrivals since 2014

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
And increasingly, defence companies and weapons manufacturers have become deeply embedded in the border industry, with deterrent measures being externalised beyond actual border controls through artificial intelligence, biometric technology, autonomous land and sea border ...
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Mozambique soldiers 'pursuing' insurgents in town near key gas project

Independent online (SA) 26 Mar 2021
Maputo, Mozambique - Mozambican soldiers have launched an offensive to repel insurgents from the northern town of Palma, the hub of a giant gas project, a day after it came under attack, the defence ministry said Thursday ... of a $20-billion (16.9-billion-euro) offshore gas project.
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Mozambique military launches offensive after ISIL attack

Al Jazeera 25 Mar 2021
The attack came shortly after French oil giant Total announced plans to resume construction at the nearby site of a $20bn offshore gas project. Defence ministry spokesman Omar Saranga said Mozambique’s security forces (SDS) were “pursuing the enemy’s movement” and working “tirelessly to restore security and order” ... Brazen attack ... .
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China Contract Catering Market Share, Size, Global Driving Factors by Manufacturers, Growth Opportunities, Regions, Type ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 15 Mar 2021
The report provides a detailed analysis of the emerging trends, opportunities, and as well as the challenges in the market ... Research Report Examines Also. ... By Product Type, Applications & Growth Factors ... By Application Business & Industry Education Hospital Senior Care Defence & Offshore Sports & Leisure ... 1.1.3.5 Defence & Offshore.
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