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Web Alert: Sulu-Celebes Sea - increase in pirate attacks & crew abductions17 January, 2017The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) Information Sharing Centre conducted a two day meeting of anti-piracy contact points and a workshop on piracy and armed robbery against ships involving participants from Africa, Asia and Europe in Singapore on 11 and 12 January 2017.
Web Alert: U.S. takes steps to revoke sanctions against Sudan17 January, 2017On 13 January 2017, President Obama signed an Executive Order (E.O.) which will revoke sanctions against Sudan on 12 July 2017, if the Government of Sudan sustains positive actions it has taken over the last six months.
Web Alert: New Guidelines on the use of drones for offshore operators16 January, 2017Following the growing use of drones by offshore operators, Oil and Gas UK has recently published the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Operations Management Standards and Guidelines (the guidelines).
Web Alert: Australia, Recognition of foreign maritime liens? – revisited!12 January, 2017Further to the club’s web alert on the Australian Federal Court’s first instance decision in The Sam Hawk (2015)[1], we now provide an updated on the appeal judgement handed down decision by the Full Federal Court.
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MLC now requires shipowners to have insurance to assist seafarers when on board abandoned vessels…

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16 Jan

New Guidelines on the use of drones for offshore operators…

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12 Jan

OFAC updates its FAQ on US sanctions against Cuba and the '180-day rule'…