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        Coral Sul FLNG nearing its home off Mozambique

        Eni’s Coral Sul FLNG has entered the final stage of its long journey from South Korea to Mozambique.

        India delivers food aid to Mozambique with SAGAR mission

        The Indian warship INS Kesari delivered food aid and defence equipment to Mozambique in a SAGAR mission. 

        Kidnapping - 12nm NE FPSO Ceibo

        Reporting indicates that a Chinese fishing vessel has come under attack whilst operating offshore Equatorial Guinea Mbini Area. The attack is reported to have occurred within territorial waters.

        Clashes in Northeast Somalia Force Thousands to Flee

        Clashes between two rival factions of the security forces in a port city in northeast Somalia have forced hundreds of families to flee their homes.

        Liberia Wants Regional Maritime Institutions to Enhance the Fight against Pirates

        Lenn Eugene Nagbe, the Commissioner and CEO Liberia Maritime Authority says the Government of Liberia shares the global concerns on maritime security, especially incidents of piracy.

        U.S. Navy Seizes Giant Weapons Cache From Smugglers in Arabian Sea

        American forces seized a giant cache of weapons from a fishing vessel in the Arabian Sea. U.S. intelligence sources believe that it likely originated in Iran and was intended for use by rebel forces..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 27th Dec 2021

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 27th December. 

        Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea Webinar December 2021

        Watch now: BIMCO, with the support of the International Transportation Workers Federation (ITF), World Shipping Council (WSC), and the International Shipmanagers’ Association (InterManager) hosted a..

        Arab coalition destroys explosives-laden Houthi boat in southern Red Sea

        Arab coalition destroys explosives-laden Houthi boat in southern Red Sea  

        Libya’s presidential election was meant to unite the country

        For weekend relief in war-torn Libya, there is little better entertainment than cheering the Arabian steeds at the racetrack in Tripoli, the capital. The competitors can be a stubborn bunch. It often..

        Japan extends $26m in grant aid to boost Djiboutian maritime security

        Japan has extended grant aid worth nearly 3 billion yen (about $26 million) to Djibouti under the “Marine Security Capacity Improvement Plan”.  

        Is the Global Supply Chain the Next Big Cyber Target?

        “Cyberwarfare is the greatest threat to the maritime transportation system,” warns U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral John Mauger, Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy. “The safe flow of global..

        NOC declares force majeure on Zawiyah and Mellitah terminals

        Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) has declared force majeure on crude exports from the Zawia and Mellitah terminals.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 20th Dec 2021

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 20th December. 

        Dockers' Strike Threatens Ivory Coast Cocoa Bean Exports

        A week-long strike by dockers in Ivory Coast's two main ports of Abidjan and San Pedro could hurt cocoa bean exports from the world's top cocoa producing nation after workers blocked access to the..

        Protests at Gwadar should be wake-up call for Islamabad.

        Pakistan Wanted Gwadar to Be the Next Singapore. China’s Role Didn’t Help.

        Malaysia to work with Caribbean countries on maritime issues

        Malaysia wishes to work with the Caribbean countries under the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Integrated Technical Cooperation Programme on several issues.

        Piracy in Gulf of Guinea: Ghana to push for international response

        Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Information says Ghana will push for international response to address the incidence of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) when it a takes her seat on the UN..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 14th Dec 2021

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 13th December. 

        House approves Philippines’ maritime zones

        The house committee on foreign affairs chair Ann Hofer says the bill’s approval 'marks an important step towards consolidating maritime jurisdiction as declared in the historic Arbitral Award'.  

        Kidnapping - 48nm SW Luba

        Reporting indicates that a containership has been attacked at location 03 11 N -007 49 E, 48nm SW Luba.

        BIMCO seminar: Gulf of Guinea piracy

        BIMCO, with the support of the International Transportation Workers Federation (ITF), World Shipping Council (WSC), and the International Shipmanagers’ Association (InterManager) is hosting a seminar..

        Concerns over Panama Canal working conditions

        The International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots (MM&P) warned of another supply chain crisis in the Panama Canal which has the potential to impact international maritime trade “to an extent..

        UN renews anti-piracy ships off Somalia for only 3 months

        The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Friday to allow international naval forces to continue using all necessary means to fight piracy off the coast of Somalia — but only for the next three..

        Libyan political body calls for presidential vote to be delayed

        The High State Council says the presidential and parliamentary elections should both take place on the same day.

        MY Kalizma – First Superyacht to berth at Port City Colombo Marina

        The Port City Colombo Marina welcomed the MY Kalizma – The Classic Superyacht, once owned by Hollywood screen idols Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.

        Inside the IRIS programme with Sarah Knight

        Three years ago Dryad Global launched an internship to identify young graduate talent from under represented groups in society to help them to gain experience and knowledge to support them into..

        West Africa: where have the pirates gone?

        The Gulf of Guinea has been the global epicentre of maritime crime and piracy for some time now. However, throughout 2021 the well-established trend of increasing incidents, often involving the..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 6th Dec 2021

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 6th December. 

        Foreign Navies Tackle Nigeria’s Maritime Threats

        BETWEEN October and November of 2021, three foreign navies announced their presence in Nigerian waters, with two out of the three navies helping to thwart what would have been another major maritime..

        NIMASA, Korean Coast Guard sign MoU on maritime security and safety

        Nigeria, through the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Republic of Korea, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of cooperation in the field of maritime..

        New Maritime Industry Cyber Security Scheme

        A new Maritime Cyber Baseline scheme launched by IASME and supported by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) will help shipping operators and vessel owners to improve their cyber security..

        BIMCO Launches New Contract for Employment of Security Escort Vessels

        BIMCO’s Documentary Committee has approved a new standard contract for security escort vessels (SEVs). The standard is a balanced contractual framework for SEVs that accompany merchant ships in high..

        Lukoil makes new oil discovery offshore Mexico

        Russian independent oil firm Lukoil has made oil field discovery within the Yoti West structure at Block 12 offshore Mexico.

        Nigerian Navy demands establishment of maritime court

        The Nigerian Navy is calling for the enactment of legislation for the establishment of a special maritime court to deal exclusively with maritime cases for speedy dispensation of justice.