Increase in tanker hijackings in S.E. Asia and West Africa.
Piracy Gets Lucrative Again
Recently there was another piracy incident near the Malacca Strait. On July 15th pirates boarded the MT Oriental ...
Recent attacks causing concern.
Is Ghana becoming a piracy hot spot?
Two recent attacks have raised concerns that Ghana could be turning into a hot spot for piracy and armed robbery at ...
Will West African piracy move in to the DRC?
The Congo: A new piracy target?
By Cassie Blombaum, Guardian Global Resources
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has never been envisioned as ...
Pirates escape, some wounded according to JTF.
Nigeria: JTF Sets Camp of Pirates in Bayelsa Ablaze
By Igoniko Oduma
By Igoniko Oduma
Yenagoa — The Joint Task Force (JTF) in the Niger Delta says ...
The legalities of running with armed guards in West Africa mean options are needed.
Panic rooms for ships
With the latest security alert from BIMCO effectively rendering the use of armed guards ...
Piracy threat could force workers to strike.
Maritime Workers Threaten To Withdraw Service Over Pirates Attacks In Bayelsa
Maritime workers in Bayelsa State have threatened to withdraw their services in protest over ...
Nigerian Navy scoops up another pile of oil thieves.
Navy hands over 20 suspected oil thieves to EFCC
BY SIMON UTEBOR
The Central Naval Command of the Nigerian Navy with headquarters in Yenagoa, ...
Bergen Risk Solutions identifies possible hub of Nigerian pirates.
Small Town Blues - Epicentre of Nigerian piracy found
There is no sign of the Gulf of Guinea piracy problem abating, and experts believe ...
Opportunity to share knowledge and experience.
Royal Navy exercises with Nigerian Navy
A Royal Navy frigate has been training with the Nigerian Navy allowing for an exchange of skills and techniques.
HMS Iron ...
ISPS: Operational Benefits, Administrative Burdens
Op-Ed by Herbert Anyiam
Every initiative has positive and negative sides. This applies equally to the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. Whilst it may ...
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