Business Newsround

Catch up on this weeks Business News Headlines, including maritime, cruise & construction news and political updates.

Business Newsround 27th to 31st July 2020

North Sea Oil and Gas 

UK DATA: North Sea oil output drops 5% in five months to May (S&P Global Platts) 

Spirit Energy extends North Sea field's life by three years (OE Digital) 

Apache prevails in North Sea pipeline tariffs dispute with Ineos (Energy Voice) 

North Sea contracts boost firms amid downturn triggered by oil price plunge (The Herald) 



Carnival to remove two additional ships from fleet (Ship Technology) 

Three modern cruise ships scrapped in Turkey (Cruise Industry News) 

Cruise: Greece axes cruise ship ban from this weekend in welcome move for the industry (Express



Coronavirus: Visiting people at home banned in parts of northern England (BBC News

Scottish Government announces 14-day quarantine for travelers from Luxembourg (Edinburgh Live

Scottish Government will 'fight tooth and nail' against UK internal market plans, Mike Russell says (Holyrood

Willie Rennie attacks Scottish Government for continuing to support Heathrow expansion (The Press and Journal



Digitalisation needed to save maritime industry according to IMO and MPA (Port Technology

Coronavirus to prompt shipping industry to take a hard look at supply chains (Insurance Business Mag

COVID-19 has increased the chances of marine industry cyber assaults (WorkBoat

UK issues new maritime sanctions guidance ahead of Brexit (Riviera Media



Build UK contractors hold payment times during COVID-19 (Construction Enquirer

The Talent Retention Scheme will help construction lead the economic recovery (Building

Landsec to develop ‘UK’s first’ net-zero carbon commercial building (PBC Today