- Niger Delta militants plan to attack Chevron, Shell, NNPC facilities
- Panic over Security of Offshore Operations as Tompolo makes first public appearance in six years
- Increased insurance costs in Gulf of Guinea as piracy rises
- Export Trade: Shippers Council, CBN, other Agencies to partner on enforcement of NXP
- BREAKING: Anonymous Group Hacks Nigeria Customs Website, Other Government Sites
- NNPC ORDERS VESSELS BACK TO NIGERIA AS PRESIDENT BUHARI BANS ALL TTO TRANSACTIONS AT GHANA, LOME AND COTONOU PORT
- Ship Owners Shouldn’t Be Given Manning Licenses – Macfoy
*NNPC Orders Vessels Back To Nigeria As President Buhari Bans All TTO Transactions At Ghana, Lome &Cotonou Ports…
*NIMASA, NIWG, IMO Collaboration To Produce A National Maritime Security Strategy, Reporting Systems For Distressed Vessels… *Maritime Academy Of Nigeria To Resume Academic Activities October 28th *AMANO Calls For Strict Enforcement Of Marine Pollution Laws, Education Of Littoral Communities
A coalition of nine renegade militant groups in the Niger-Delta region has declared support for the raging EndSARS protests across the country, saying they were ready to resume hostilities, attack oil and gas facilities if Federal Government did not meet the demands of protesting Nigerian youths.
Former militant leader Government Oweizide Ekpemupolo aka Tompolo has made his first public appearance after hiding from security agencies for six years.
Following an increase in kidnap for ransom attacks in the Gulf of Guinea beyond […]
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) have said it will be collaborating with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and other critical government agencies to ensure strict implementation of the Federal Government directive that all export cargo must obtain a Nigerian Export Proceeds (NXP) number before exiting the country.
The website of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is currently down following a cyberattack on Federal Government websites launched by the Anonymus group famously known on Twitter as Anonymous@LiteMods
NNPC ORDERS VESSELS BACK TO NIGERIA AS PRESIDENT BUHARI BANS ALL TTO TRANSACTIONS AT GHANA, LOME AND COTONOU PORT
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has ordered all vessels for Tanker Take Over (TTO) Transactions at Ghana, Lome and Cotonou ports to return to Nigeria waters immediately or be blacklisted from entering the country.
In a bid to ensure that the role of manning agencies isn't abused in Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Deep Services Limited, Mrs. Rollens Macfoy has stated that ship owners shouldn't be issued licenses as manning agents.
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