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        Nigeria’s shady seizure of oil vessel casts doubts over country’s anti-piracy laws

        An international oil tanker and its crew remain in the custody of the Nigerian authorities, after they were arrested more than three months ago in unclear circumstances.

        US offshore oil & gas installation at 'increasing' risk of cyberattack

        The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has warned that the time to act on securing the US's offshore oil and natural gas installations is now because they are under "increasing" and..

        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..

        ‘Dark Ships’ Spotted In The Nord Stream Mystery

        Two vessels that had their automatic identification systems (AIS) switched off reportedly sailed close to the leak sites of the Nord Stream 2 pipelines a few days before those were ripped open due to..

        Russian oil cap doubts spur insurer fears of ships left at sea

        Oil-laden tankers risk being left languishing at sea if insurers do not urgently get clarity on an unfinished G7 and European Union plan to cap the price of Russian crude, two senior industry..

        Gulf Countries on the Front Line of Energy Security

        The conflict in Ukraine has brought about a change in the psychology and geography of the oil and gas markets, and the ramifications will be felt across the energy complex for years.

        Israel-Lebanon maritime deal juggles region’s security

        Israel and Lebanon are expected to sign on to a Washington-mediated maritime border deal at a ceremony in Israel as early as Thursday, after the country’s highest court turned down a petition by..

        Fuel for Thought: North Sea oil drone threat prophesied in Middle East

        North Sea waters have been considered one of the world's most secure offshore basins for producing crude, until now.

        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.

        Libya’s complicated push for more oil production

        Political upheaval threatens the nation’s top export, including a spring shutdown of oil fields that deeply cut production. But Tripoli has resumed higher output at a critical time.