Stena to pay large penalty following two casualties

Stena Drilling has been sentences to pay a penalty of 330,000 Australian dollars (AUD) in relation to an accident in 2012 in which two employees were killed on rig Stena Clyde.

The magistrate court in Melbourne, Australia, has sentenced Stena Drilling to pay a penalty of AUD 330,000, corresponding to around USD 230,000. The penalty relates to an accident in which two crew members, Barry Denholm and Peter Meddens, were killed on board rig Stena Clyde off the coast of southeast Australia back in 2012.

Stena Drilling has confirmed the penalty to ShippingWatch.

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