Shipping a Moving Target for Cyber Threats

Lars Lange, IUMI Secretary-General, speaks of numerous challenges related to cyber risk insurance

NATO to Minimize Impact of Libyan Operation on Merchant ...

  NATO is working to ensure that shipping in the Mediterranean, one of the world’s most important shipping ...

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Angola: Port of Cabinda Development Under Way

  The new jetty at the port of Cabinda in Angola, work on which started at the beginning of this year, is ...

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Nigerian Navy’s Chief of Staff, Vice Admiral O. S ...

  To address the increased attention on the Gulf of Guinea as an area of concern for piracy and maritime ...

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TGS Agrees with Dolphin Geophysical to Jointly Acquire ...

  TGS has signed an agreement with Dolphin Geophysical Ltd. to jointly acquire, process and market ...

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Nigeria: Hippo Marine Wins Contract from Subsea 7 to ...

  Fendercare subsidiary Hippo Marine has recently been awarded a contract by Subsea 7 for the supply of 80 ...

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Survey Ship HMS Echo Helps To Give Counter-Piracy ‘The ...

Survey ship HMS Echo is giving the anti-piracy effort in the Indian Ocean ‘the edge’ by updating badly-needed ...

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Problem of Maritime Piracy Becomes ‘Pandemic’

  A major shipping conference was told that the international community, including the EU, is “decades ...

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Kenya: Port of Mombasa Dredging Project Begins This Month

  After a long wait, the port of Mombasa will be dredged of mud and silt to finally accommodate bigger ships — ...

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HRT Announces Update on 3D Seismic Operations in Namibia

  On May 14, a PGS vessel completed the acquisition of 1,500 km2 of 3D seismic survey in the Block 2815 of the ...

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FGS Niedersachsen Destroys Pirate Skiffs

  On the morning of 10 June, the EU NAVFOR German warship FGS Niedersachsen detected a suspected Pirate Action ...

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South Africa Called to Invest in Maritime Industry

  Lack of investment in the maritime sector could undermine the benefits of South Africa’s recent ...

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Egyptian Owned MV SUEZ Released from Somali Pirates

  After months of negotiations, Somali pirates released the Egyptian owned, MV SUEZ, and its crew of 22 on ...

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Nigeria: FG Plans to Establish New Maritime Training ...

  Maritime stakeholders are still trying to rationalize the bases of federal governments plan to establishment ...

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Afren Selects RXT for Seismic Shooting Offshore Nigeria

  RXT  announces that the final contract with Afren Energy Services Ltd for acquisition of 4C seismic data ...

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Gabon: Sea Trucks Wins Pipe Lay Contract from TOTAL

Sea Trucks Group (“Sea Trucks”), one of the largest and fastest growing oil and gas marine contractors in West ...

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The Netherlands: Growing Number of Exhibitors at ...

For the fourth year in a row, Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference will experience extensive growth.  The ...

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Report Submarine Market Worth USD 16.4 Bln

  Globally, the submarine market consists of 450 submarines operated by 41 countries. Some 154 submarines are ...

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French Warship Successfully Releases Vessel with Two ...

  A vessel with two Ukrainian sailors on board was successfully released from pirate captivity by a French ...

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MPDC Plans USD 1 Billion Investment in ...

  Mozambique’s Ports Development Company (MPDC), part-owned by Dubai’s DP World, has announced a $1bn ...

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EU NAVFOR Completes 100th African Union Mission in ...

  As part of the EU/UN co-operation, EU NAVFOR is providing protection to the UN chartered vessels supplying ...

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South Africa and Mozambique Agree to Join Forces to ...

  South Africa and Mozambique have agreed to join forces to fight piracy off Mozambique’s 2,470km-long ...

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South Africa: Expansion of Cape Town Harbour Makes Progress

  The R5.4-billion expansion of Cape Town harbour’s container terminal is on track for completion within ...

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MV KHALED MUHIEDDINE K Released from Pirate Control

  On the morning of 26 May, the MV KHALED MUHIEDDINE K which was pirated on 20 January 2011 was released from ...

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Sea Shepherd Departs for Hostile Libyan Waters to Save Tuna

  Operation Blue Rage, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s bluefin tuna defense campaign, kicked off today ...

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ECOFISH Marine Fisheries Project Launches in Three ...

  A project was just launched by the Benguela Current Commission (BCC) in Windhoek to upgrade and improve the ...

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Ghana to Get Aircraft Carriers from Brazil

  President John Evans Atta Mills on Monday announced that Ghana was in the process of acquiring two aircraft ...

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Qatar Inks Agreement to Establish Two New Ports in Egypt

  Qatar said on Sunday that it had signed an agreement with Egypt to establish two new ports with the ...

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