Maritime Security

Hungary Aims to Boost Competition to Build South Stream Pipeline

Hungarian parliament's economic affairs committee has proposed legal changes to boost competition among potential builders of Gazprom's South Stream gas pipeline,

AMSA Rescues 2 East of Darwin After Boat Sinks

  The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) coordinated the rescue of two men early this morning East of Darwin. About 4.30am AEDT this morning, AMSA detected

GOST Security System thwarts Break-in

  GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies), announced that its GOST Insight HD GPS Security System was instrumental in foiling the theft of electronics onboard a powerboat in Aventura, Florida.

USS Milius Departs on Deployment

   The guided missile destroyer USS Milius (DDG 69) departed Naval Base San Diego Oct. 20 on an independent deployment to the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans.

Poland's PGNiG to Expand Strategic LNG Terminal

Poland's PGNiG and Polskie LNG, the company building a liquefied natural gas terminal at the Baltic port of Swinoujscie, signed a letter of intent on building a third gas storage unit on the site,

USCG Reopens Port Allen Post Hurricane Ana

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port reopened Port Allen in Kauai Monday morning after surveying crews deemed it  safe for transit. The maritime public is advised

Key to Somalia's Recovery

  Piracy, terrorism and criminal activities originating in Somalia can only be addressed by creating a climate of security, engagement and empowerment that will encourage home grown businesses,

US & ROK Navies to Participate in Exercise Clear Horizon

  The U.S. and Republic of Korea (ROK) navies will participate in Exercise Clear Horizon, October 20-24, in waters south of the Korean peninsula. Clear Horizon

Somalia Aims to Get Oil Flowing by 2020

Call for oil majors to lift force majeure Petroleum ministry talking with regional governments Improved offshore security should enable exploration Somalia

Cyprus: Turkish Vessel Encroaching on its Offshore Gas Areas

Turkish research vessel, frigate south of Cyprus coast Cypriot govt says research attempt violates sovereignty Turkey doesn't recognise Greek Cypriot

Oil Slips Below $86 on Global Oversupply

OPEC ministers due to meet in Vienna on Nov. 27 Key oil producers resist output cuts despite glut Rival governments claim to control Libya's oil

Safariland Names Appleby Tax VP

The Safariland Group, a global provider of safety and survivability products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets, announced

Hope and Obstacles as Russia and Ukraine Seek Gas Deal

Differences over debt, prepayments remain Ukraine struggles to secure funds for Russian gas payment A tentative agreement between the Ukrainian

USCG Search For Boater Missing 50 miles South St Marks, Florida

  The Coast Guard is searching for a missing boater 50-miles south of St. Marks, Florida, Sunday. Missing is George Taylor, 60, from Tallahassee, Florida, who

Austal Launches 5th CCP Boat

  Austal launched yesterday its fifth in-series Cape Class Patrol Boat (CCPB) at the Company’s Australian Defence Facility in Henderson, Western Australia. Cape

Mount Whitney Departs Batumi, Georgia

  The U.S. 6th Fleet command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) departed Batumi, Georgia, Oct. 18 after completing a successful port visit. While in Batumi,

EU Wants Market-Led Response to Any Russian Gas Crisis

"A price increase is not a supply crisis and not a justification for intervening in the market under the pretext of security of supply," the European Commission

Libyan Official Calls for OPEC Cut, Other African Members Less Keen

Libya should be exception to any OPEC cut - official Other African OPEC members have not called for curbs OPEC meets on Nov. 27 OPEC should cut its oil output to support prices,

GOST Watch HD App Receives NMEA Award

GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies), announced that its GOST Watch HD app was presented the Product Award for Marine Specialty at the 2014 National Marine

China, Vietnam Pledge Maritime Cooperation

China and Vietnam have agreed to "address and control" maritime disputes, state media said on Friday, as differences over the potentially energy-rich South China

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