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  • Guest blog: The IMO decision on 2020 marine fuel sulphur requirements is a call to action for the industry, says Justin Longhurst, marine fuels supply and trading manager at BP, who gives us an oil major's perspective on the challenges ahead.

  • Glenys Jackson, director of the Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB), has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to recruitment and training.

  • The government needs to continue engaging "robustly" with the private sector in order to develop and maintain business innovation and a skilled workforce – especially in the current economic climate, Humza Yousaf, MSP for Transport and the Scottish Islands, has said.

  • "We can lead the way in creating a safer and more prosperous maritime sector," president Dr Grahaeme Henderson told attendees at the UK Chamber's summer lunch in Edinburgh.

  • It’s time for a deep breath, cool heads and rational thinking after the election, says Guy Platten.

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