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  • A shortage of skilled labour threatens to damage a revival in the fortunes of the North Sea, a leading oil and gas major has warned. TotalFinaElf, the world's fourth largest player, said three times as many technicians were leaving the offshore sector as were being trained.

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  • The future of 240 apprentices at the Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead appears to have been secured after the intervention of education secretary David Blunkett.

  • BP chief executive Lord Browne's £6m pay package came under fire from shareholders yesterday at a turbulent three-hour annual general meeting.

  • Brazil's oil workers early on Monday ended a five-day strike and reached an agreement over pay increases with Petrobras, the state oil company

  • The troubled Anglo-Norwegian engineering group Kvaerner was last night on the verge of clinching a comprehensive refinancing deal to save it from potential bankruptcy.

  • The Anglo-Dutch group announced yesterday that Harry Roels, a group managing director and one of the five top executives who run the company, is resigning for 'personal reasons'.

  • Task Force, the government initiative established to boost the domestic oil and gas industry, will be replaced in January by a new organisation, Pilot. Energy minister, Helen Liddell, said the

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  • Alistair Taylor, 47, who was abducted by guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN) on August 27, 1999 had worked for the Texas based oil company Weatherford in Columbia since 1995.

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