Offshore Installations

  • ISPS Code workshop held in Singapore

    IMO joins Singapore Ministry of Transport for event. ISPS Code workshop held in Singapore Workshop included a practical exercise at a port facility facilitated by Keppel Shipyard. Tracy Peverett of […]

  • IMB warns of cyber threat

    Cyber crime is the next big area of concern for shipping. IMB: Guard against threat of cyber attacks The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) is calling for vigilance in the maritime […]

  • Maritime crime and its effects

    Conference seeks new approaches to tackle maritime crime and piracy. Conference: Maritime Crime and the Effects on Growth and Development in the African Region’ 7 October 2014 Throughout the last […]

  • NIMASA & Nigerian Air Force join forces

    Piracy and oil theft prompt new moves by NIMASA. NIMASA, Air Force showcases aircraft to monitor crime-infested waters Nigeria’s military on Tuesday took the wraps off a new aircraft to […]

  • Security on the cheap

    Could drones offer port security? Security on the cheap New cost effective unmanned vehicles could be perfect for port operations, finds Stevie Knight It is one thing to innovate but […]

  • The Congo: A new piracy target?

    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 […]

  • Panic rooms for ships

    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 […]

  • AHRLAC flight testing underway

    Reconnaissance light aircraft in debut tests. AHRLAC flight testing underway Written by Guy Martin The first Paramount Group Advanced High-performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC) prototype has performed its maiden flight […]

  • Navy hands over 20 suspected oil thieves

    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 […]

  • ISPS: Benefits and Burdens

    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 […]