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        Shippers unlikely to see lower insurance premiums despite lesser Indian Ocean piracy risk

        Shipowners and charterers carrying commodities in the Indian Ocean are unlikely to see lower insurance premiums in the near term despite industry bodies’ decision to remove the region’s High Risk Area, or HRA, status, several maritime executives said Aug. 23.

        Nigeria & shipping industry launch strategy to eliminate piracy in GoG

        The Government of Nigeria and a coalition of global shipping stakeholders have launched a new strategy to end piracy, armed robbery, and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).

        Shipping’s Russian Nightmare is Becoming a Reality

        The shipping industry is faced with a logistical and legal nightmare, in the aftermath of the events in Ukraine.

        New programme for West Africa maritime security

        The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is working to improve maritime security in West Africa and is offering a new and innovative programme entitled the “IMO Whole of Government Approach to..

        Tanker stopped for attempting illegal ship-to-ship fuel transfer

        The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) stopped a tanker for attempting an illegal ship-to-ship fuel transfer in the eastern Johor waters earlier this week.

        Shipping industry seeks to combat dark oil transfers at sea

        Top oil shipping companies say they have tightened operational guidelines and deployed technology to prevent accidental breaches of sanctions, as the countries hit by ever tougher restrictions fight..

        UN ‘disappointed’ as Houthis delay oil tanker rescue

        The UN said last week that it was “clearly disappointing” that Yemen’s Houthi rebels are again delaying a repair mission for a decaying oil tanker, which is threatening to spill its million-barrel..