• Sat. Apr 20th, 2024

Supreme Court Affirms FG’s Exclusive Control of Inland Waterways

The Supreme Court has affirmed that the control of activities on the nation’s inland waterways, including levying and licensing operators in the sector, belongs exclusively to the Federal Government, according…

Intels Regains Service Boat Contract in Lagos Pilotage District

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has extended the Service Boat Operations contract it had with Intels Nigeria Limited with immediate effective, according to a letter dated 30th November 2023 and sighted by…

IMO, Germany Sign €2m Pact against Insecurity in West, Central Africa

The International Maritime Organization, IMO, has signed a €2 million agreement with Germany to boost implementation of the Yaoundé Code of Conduct (YCC), under which countries in West and Central…

The Green Shipping Conference

 TARGET AUDIENCE For Environmental Officers, Incident Officers, Port and Terminal Workers, Line Managers, Port Concessionaires, Ship Owners, Shipping Lines, and Ship Agents, IOCs, Oil and Gas Field and Desk Officers. Date: February 12th – 16th, 2024 Place: Josto Apartments and Suites Near Next Cash ‘n’  Carry Kado FCT AbujaTime:…

EIA for Oil and Gas Projects: Multiple Agencies should approve instead of only NUPRC – Communique  

Delegates of the 16th Nigerian Dredging Summit and Exhibition have called on the Federal Government to change the policy whereby only the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Commission (NUPRC) approves environmental impact assessment (EIA) reports for…

NIMASA ACT Amendment Bill passes first reading at the Senate

The bill to amend the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency NIMASA Act has passed the first reading on the Floor of the Nigerian Senate, according to a press release…

Artisanal Sand Mining Nigeria – Ifesowaso Associates Ebute Ilaje Lagos

by Edmund Chilaka A community of artisanal sand miners at Ebute Ilaje in Bariga local government of Lagos State in Nigeria is famed for sand mining from the Lagos lagoon.…

NIMASA places 11,956 Nigerian Seafarers on Cabotage vessels 

A report by the management of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) claims that 11,956 Nigerian seafarers were placed on board cabotage vessels from 2012 to July 2023.…

Panama’s Dominguez Elected Next IMO Secretary-General

Panama’s delegate to the International Maritime Organization and the current head of the IMO’s Maritime Environment Protection Division, Arsenio Antonio Dominguez Velasco, emerged victorious among the seven candidates vying to…

Customs Zone ‘A’ Collected Highest Revenue in 2022, N2.1Trillion

The Zonal Coordinator of the Nigeria Customs Service Zone A, Assistant Comptroller-General, Okun Festus, has revealed that its collection in 2022, Two Trillion, one Hundred and five billion, Three Hundred and Sixty…