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Nigeria’s Anti-Piracy Law misses the mark

Nigeria's June 2019 law on piracy and other maritime offences is an important step in securing the country's coastline and seas. But...

IMO lifts restrictions, approves protocols for crew change, repatriation

...NSWB pledges extra pay for Nigerian seafarers In view of the significant challenges confronting the global shipping industry to...

Maritime transport, logistics target N78 trillion revenue by 2023

Reports from global port and marine operations indicate that global maritime freight transportation revenue is expected to grow from $166 billion last...

LASWA seeks compliance with new guidelines on commerical boat ops

The Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) has advised all commercial boat operators and waterways users to strictly adhere to new guidelines for...

Covid-19: Stranded at sea, fit on board

It’s a beautiful morning, the sky is clear and the sun is stroking the water in an almost seductive yet neutral way,...

Increased piracy threatens West Africa’s offshore oil storage

…Troops nab oil bunkering syndicate…Uncover 48 illegal refineries in Niger-Delta states As international oil companies (IOCs) grapple with a...

Oil traders scrambling to book tankers for storage

…As floating oil storage hit 150 million barrels The growing surplus of oil on world markets has traders racing...

“You are not alone”, IMO tells seafarers

“You are not alone. You are not forgotten”. So said IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim in a moving personal message to seafarers everywhere,...

Covid-19: Vessel delays could result in record losses, experts warn

Admiralty Law experts have warned that players in Nigeria's shipping and maritime industry could be seriously impacted by Covid-19 if the right...

NIMASA, Navy partner over satellite coverage

…C4i, Falcon Eye connection imminent The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and Nigeria Navy are set for...

Shippers’ Council suspends demurrage charges

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has directed shipping companies to suspend demurrage charges during the period of COVID-19 lockdown.

COVID-19: NIMASA extends certificate validity for seafarers

…Move aimed at sustaining livelihoods The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has extended the validity of Statutory...
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