Tag: Singapore Strait

  • Pirates prefer energy cargo

    Black market for oil proves lucrative for thieves. Pirates prefer energy cargo – Analysis By Vijay Sakhuja Early this month, pirates released the hijacked MT Sunrise 689, a small product […]

  • Returned oil tanker under investigation

    MT Sunrise 689 was released last week after hijack. Returned oil tanker under investigation The oil tanker Sunrise 689, which once reportedly lost contact after leaving Singapore for Vietnam on […]

  • Tanker Captain tells of ordeal

    Sunrise 689 released after hijacking in Southeast Asia. Vietnamese tanker captain tells of harrowing pirate ordeal By Phan Hau – Le Quan The Vietnamese diesel tanker crew that was taken by […]

  • Vietnamese tanker crew freed by pirates

    Hijackings for oil product cargoes continue in S. E. Asia Vietnamese tanker crew freed by pirates A Vietnamese oil tanker which went missing last week was seized by pirates who […]

  • The world’s most pirated waters

    Examining MGO hijacking in S. E. Asia. Crime on the high seas: The world’s most pirated waters Ted Kemp SINGAPORE — The Ai Maru steamed alone under night skies on […]

  • Are there still pirates in our straits?

    Piracy in the Straits of Singapore and Malacca. Are there still pirates in our straits? Bordered by the littoral States of Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, the Straits of Malacca and […]

  • Guidelines released for straits transits

    The Straits of Malacca and Singapore remain some of the busiest and most important shipping lanes in the world. Guidelines released for safe straits transits Singapore: The Straits of Malacca […]

  • Triple Bintan attack

    Three vessels were attacked within the space of a week off the Indonesian island Triple Bintan attack Three vessels were attacked within the space of a week off the Indonesian […]

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