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        Nigeria's Pirates Switch From Kidnapping Seafarers to Stealing Oil

        The Gulf of Guinea is witnessing a shift in the dynamics of piracy, with criminal networks moving away from targeting commercial maritime and switching to oil bunkering, theft and illegal fishing, a development that indicates the global community must remain vigilant.

        EU Wants to Secure Subsea Infrastructure, But Agreement Looks Far Off

        In response to the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipeline, the protection of critical maritime infrastructure has gained a newfound priority in the EU.

        Fearing Sabotage, Germany Strengthens Maritime Security Patrols

        Germany's police forces are upping protection for maritime infrastructure after the recent attacks on the Nord Stream pipeline complex, which cut three of the four subsea pipelines between Russia and..

        Norway Steps Up Security for Offshore Oil and Gas

        With the help of its NATO allies, the government of Norway is stepping up the security presence around the nation's oil and gas infrastructure, offshore and onshore.

        Work on FSO Safer Will Begin Within Weeks

        UN officials during a media briefing at the headquarters during the beginning of the General Session reported that work on the decaying FSO Safer positioned off the coast of Yemen is expected to..

        Liberia Investigates Alleged Stowaway Deaths on Chinese Bulker

        Liberia's maritime administration is investigating an incident aboard a Panama-flagged bulker in which two stowaways were allegedly killed. 

        Equatorial Guinea Detains a VLCC Accused of Oil Theft by Nigeria

        A 300,000 dwt VLCC got into a dispute with the Nigerian authorities last week and was ultimately chased down and detained by the navy of neighboring Equatorial Guinea while the dispute is being..

        Satellite RF Tracking Follows the 'Dark' Ships That AIS Can't See

        Government, NGO and private-sector researchers have long relied upon AIS to track the movements of vessels, and the tool is invaluable for spotting suspicious activity.

        Armed Pirates Rob Offshore Platform in Bay of Campeche

        Armed pirates struck another platform operated by Pemex last week, forcing the crew to help them cart off stolen goods before departing again. 

        Stella Maris: Ukraine's Seafarers Need Help to Maintain Their Careers

        Stella Maris is working with crewing agencies to help out-of-work Ukrainian seafarers remain employable.