Rising from a meeting of the Implementation Committee on the Executive Orders recently issued by the Acting President, Prof.
The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr.
Incessant oil pipeline vandalism is daily taking a frightening proportion, as vandals are becoming more daring in their criminal activities whilst meting untold hardship on the nation’s economy.
Strategic to a purposeful 24-hour port operation are functional scanners, and given the escalating cost of purchase and maintenance, the way out is to concession scanning operation to organisations with the necessary capacity, says the Group Execu
Nigeria’s crude oil output is expected to rise by 226,000 barrels per day, as the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has lifted the force majeure declared on exports of Bonny Light, the country's reference crude oil grade.
Four widows of nine men executed by Nigeria's military regime in 1995 have filed a civil lawsuit seeking compensation and an apology from Royal Dutch Shell for alleged complicity in a military crackdown, according to a writ filed in a court i
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA) has joined the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of the Seafarer with the Director General, Dr.
The Federal Government, through the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is set to provide support to the Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA) through a proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
The extensive engagement with oil and gas community stakeholders embarked upon by the Federal Government and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has continued to yield positive results with the attainment of 12.77 per cent reduction in downstream pipeline vandalism.
To demonstrate good bilateral relations between Cameroon and Nigeria, 'Sarkim Baka' a marine research vessel stolen by pirates in Lagos in 2016 has been handed over to Nigerian authorities in Cameroon.