Maersk Supply Service To Recycle Three Vessels  

Maersk Supply Service To Recycle Three Vessels  

Denmark-headquartered Maersk Supply Service, a provider of offshore marine services and integrated solutions for the energy sector, has arranged to recycle three of its vessels at a yard in Grenaa, as part of its strategy to optimise its fleet portfolio...
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Efforts To Reduce Global Gas Flaring Stalled

Efforts To Reduce Global Gas Flaring Stalled

C The World Bank says global progress to reduce gas flaring, the wasteful industry practice of burning natural gas during oil production has stalled in the last 10 years.  This is contained in a statement obtained from the World Bank...
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Nadal Acknowledges Alcaraz As His “Replacement” After Madrid Open Defeat

Nadal Acknowledges Alcaraz As His “Replacement” After Madrid Open Defeat

Rafael Nadal acknowledged Carlos Alcaraz can be considered a “replacement” for him after losing to his teenage rival at the Madrid Open. Alcaraz is one of the most exciting rising stars on the ATP Tour.   He enhanced his growing...
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U.S. firm To Train 50,000 Nigerian Youths On Competitive Skills

U.S. firm To Train 50,000 Nigerian Youths On Competitive Skills

AUnited States-Nigerian Technology Company, WRKR Technology Inc., has promised to train 50,000 Nigerians on its skills that would make them globally competitive for employment opportunities.   WRKR is a technology company that unlocks access to work opportuni...
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Seaport Offers Incentives To Reduce Vessel Emissions

Seaport Offers Incentives To Reduce Vessel Emissions

To reduce vessel emissions, Canada’s Halifax Port Authority (HPA) has joined the World Port Climate Initiative (WPCI) as an incentive provider with the International Association of Ports and Harbours’ (IAPH) Environmental Ship Index (ESI). The HPA joined t...
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Shortage Of Midwives May Increase To One Million By 2030, Says WHO

Shortage Of Midwives May Increase To One Million By 2030, Says WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that shortage of midwives will trigger an increase of one million by 2030 with serious implications for the attainment of Sustainable Development Goals.   Dr Matshidiso Moeti, World Health Organsation (WHO) Regiona...
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Nigerian Freight Forwarders In U.S Seek Review Of New Clearing Fees

Nigerian Freight Forwarders In U.S Seek Review Of New Clearing Fees

Two Nigerian Freight Forwarders operating in Houston, Texas, United States, have appealed to the Federal Government and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to review the new levy on imported used vehicles.    Ms Adetutu Adeparusi, Automated Logistic Ma...
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Indians In Nigeria Commemorate Country’s 75th Independence  

Indians In Nigeria Commemorate Country’s 75th Independence  

No fewer than 400 Indians in Nigeria on Monday engaged in different forms of physical exercise like yoga, aerobics, dance, running and cultural performance to commemorate India’s 75 years of independence. The programme tagged, “Run 4 Unity”, held at the....
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World Bank: War In Ukraine Pushing Poverty Higher 

World Bank: War In Ukraine Pushing Poverty Higher 

World Bank Group President, David Malpass has expressed concern over higher poverty rates in developing countries due to war in Ukraine and COVID-19 related shutdown.  A statement issued on Monday by the Bank quoted Malpass as making this known in hi...
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Food Prices Hit Record High

Food Prices Hit Record High

UN food agency on Friday said World food prices jumped nearly 13 per cent in March to a new record high as the war in Ukraine caused turmoil in markets for staple grains and edible oils.  The Food and Agriculture...
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India Records 300,000 Covid Deaths, 26m Cases As Pandemic Rages

India Records 300,000 Covid Deaths, 26m Cases As Pandemic Rages

The number of deaths linked to Covid-19 in India has moved past the 300,000 mark as the country continues to grapple with the pandemic. Experts warn that the real number of fatalities might be much higher as many deaths are...
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Shippers Council Tasks Stakeholders On Rules Of International Commercial Terms

Shippers Council Tasks Stakeholders On Rules Of International Commercial Terms

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) on Thursday urged stakeholders in the trade and transport sector to understand the rules of International Commercial Terms (INCOTERMS) 2020 to mitigate disputes and litigation.  The NSC Executive Secretary, Hassan Be...
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IWD: MMS WoFHoF  Initiative To  Hold Discourse On Effect Of Insecurity On Women

IWD: MMS WoFHoF Initiative To Hold Discourse On Effect Of Insecurity On Women

In line with its gender equity focus, MMS Woman of Fortune Hall of Fame(WoFHoF)Initiative, a non-profit organization, is organizing a Discourse on Women and a Road walk to mark the 2021 International Women’s Day(IWD). The one- day activity which will...
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Nigeria Mulls Exit From Some International Organisations

Nigeria Mulls Exit From Some International Organisations

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Godfrey Onyeama, says plans are underway to reduce the number of International Organisations Nigeria belongs to because of paucity of funds. Onyeama made this known while defending the ministry’s 2021 budget at the House.....
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