Maritime Security

Gondan Delivers Patrol Boats Rio Belelle, Rio Agueda

Gondan GRP Division has handed over two 36 knots maximum speed patrol boats. Yesterday the GRP Patrol Boats built for the Maritime Service of the Spanish Guardia

Crowley Takes Over Management of MSC Ships

Crowley strengthens relationship with U.S. Navy, completes turnover of Military Sealift Command T-AGOS/T-AGM fleet   Crowley Maritime Corp. announced its global

China Says Indian Ocean Not Backyard of India

 The perception that Indian Ocean is India's "backyard" may result in clashes, Chinese military officials and experts have cautioned.    The Indian Ocean cannot

Technology Helps Police Recover Stolen Boat

The recovery of a stolen vessel in the Bahamas was made possible with the help of GOST’s NAV-TRACKER System, the marine security, tracking, monitoring and video surveillance systems company,

Pirates and Hold-ups: Crime Strikes Venezuela's Oil Industry

When night falls over western Venezuela, armed gangs known as "pirates" sometimes ride boats into muggy Lake Maracaibo to steal equipment from oil wells.   In the country's Paraguana peninsula,

Unmanned Systems Work Together from Single Controller

Unmanned air and ground systems work together from single controller in flight demo; UCS architecture enables collaboration between big and small business. A flight

Activists Planning Protest Against Shell's Arctic Business

U.S. environmental activists said they planned to protest on Tuesday against the launch of the second of two oil rigs central to Shell's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic.

Samsung Bags Order for Decks on Johan Sverdrup

  Statoil, on behalf of the Johan Sverdrup license, has awarded Samsung the contract for decks for both the process and riser platforms.  The total contract value is NOK 7 billion.

Austal Starts Next US Littoral Combat Ship

Austal and the U.S. Navy held a keel-laying ceremony today for the future USS Manchester (LCS 14), marking the first significant milestone in its construction.

China Oil Rig Returns Off Vietnamese Coast

 China has again deployed the Haiyang Shiyou 981, a semi-submersible oil platform which caused a standoff between Chinese and Vietnamese vessels last year, to the disputed South China Sea region,

Chinese Submarine Docked in Karachi ?

 The intervention of China in the Arabian Sea is increasing with each passing day. China's deadliest attack submarine crept past Indian waters and docked in Karachi.

Indian Warships Visit Cambodia, Thailand

 In pursuit of India’s ‘Look East’ and ‘Act East’ policy, the Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet ships under the command of Rear Admiral Ajendra Bahadur Singh, VSM, Flag

Germany Lobbies for India's Submarine Project

 Germany is hopeful in bagging multi-billion-dollar Indian submarine project for building six conventional submarines, says a PTI report.   German Ambassador

Australian Frigate Conducts Missile Exercise

The Royal Australian Navy Adelaide class frigate HMAS Melbourne fired two Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles as part of an operational training exercise reinforcing her war-fighting and mariner skills.

Japan, China to Agree on Military Protocol

Japan and China will next month conclude an agreement to define procedures for communication between their naval vessels and military aircraft during unexpected

Mozambique Turns 40, High on Promise of Gas

Former Portuguese colony hopes troubles behind it; economic expectations pinned on vast gas reserves. Mozambique turned 40 on Thursday, mixing formal military

Oil Slips; Market Awaits Iran, Greece News

Market monitoring Iran nuclear talks ahead of June 30 deadline. Oil prices slipped on Friday but remained stuck in tight trading ranges as investors awaited

Melbourne Fires Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles

  The Royal Australian Navy Adelaide class frigate, HMAS Melbourne, has successfully fired two Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles, reinforcing her war-fighting and mariner skills.

Thailand Buying 3 Chinese Subs

 Thailand plans to buy three Chinese-made submarines for the Royal Thai Navy at a cost of 355 million dollars each.    Three Chinese-made submarines worth 355

MAST, WESMAR Partner on Maritime Security Technology

Maritime security company MAST announced it has formed a new partnership with marine sonar systems provider WESMAR with the goal of protecting super yachts and

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