• TUG AND SALVAGE WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Saam Acaxual & Saam Centzunat – Turkish-built tug pair take on terminal support duties in El Salvador

    VESSEL REVIEW | Saam Acaxual & Saam Centzunat – Turkish-built tug pair take on terminal support duties in El Salvador

  • COLUMN | Disappearing acts: Mozambique’s tuna money, The Metals Company’s alleged big investor, and LNG CO2 emissions [Offshore Accounts]

    COLUMN | Disappearing acts: Mozambique’s tuna money, The Metals Company’s alleged big investor, and LNG CO2 emissions [Offshore Accounts]

  • TUG AND SALVAGE WEEK
    Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

    Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

  • RESEARCH & TRAINING WEEK
    Welcome to Research and Training Week!

    Welcome to Research and Training Week!

  • MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
    VESSEL REVIEW | Risto & Roland – Fast force protection craft delivered to Estonian Navy

    VESSEL REVIEW | Risto & Roland – Fast force protection craft delivered to Estonian Navy

  • VESSEL REVIEW | Saam Acaxual & Saam Centzunat – Turkish-built tug pair take on terminal support duties in El Salvador
  • COLUMN | Disappearing acts: Mozambique’s tuna money, The Metals Company’s alleged big investor, and LNG CO2 emissions [Offshore Accounts]
  • Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!
  • Welcome to Research and Training Week!
  • VESSEL REVIEW | Risto & Roland – Fast force protection craft delivered to Estonian Navy
COLUMN | Disappearing acts: Mozambique’s tuna money, The Metals Company’s alleged big investor, and LNG CO2 emissions [Offshore Accounts]

COLUMN | Disappearing acts: Mozambique’s tuna money, The Metals Company’s alleged big investor, and LNG CO2 emissions [Offshore Accounts]

By Hieronymus Bosch

Last week we looked (here) the multiple cases of corruption and bribery that have stained the oil and gas industry’s reputation in recent years from Angola to Azerbaijan, including a gallery of crooks, from former employees at Petrofac, Sonangol, Pemex and Petrobras, to various presidential relations, both dead and ..

TUG AND SALVAGE WEEK
Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

By Neil Baird

Tug, tugs and ever more tugs keep sailing across these pages from and to practically everywhere in the world. This mont’s Tug and Salvage Week is typical with tugs from China, Vietnam, the Netherlands, Russia, France, Turkey and the United States going to owners who will operate them anywhere from El Salvador to ..

RESEARCH & TRAINING WEEK
Welcome to Research and Training Week!

Welcome to Research and Training Week!

By Neil Baird

Invariably different inventive, interesting and innovative, research vessels, while there are far fewer of them than tugs or ferries, for example, keep being launched. Mostly owned by governments or well-funded research organisations, these vessels are generally designed and built with little expense spared. That tends to ..

MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
OPINION | The case for CAUKUS and CANZUS – Where are the Canucks?

OPINION | The case for CAUKUS and CANZUS – Where are the Canucks?

By Steve Raaymakers

The announcement of the ground-breaking trilateral AUKUS security partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States on September 16, 2021, naturally generated the expected flood of discourse and debate in both the specialist and general media. Most coverage so far has been positive, welcoming and ..

MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
BOOK REVIEW | A Raid on the Red Sea: The Israeli Capture of the Karine A

BOOK REVIEW | A Raid on the Red Sea: The Israeli Capture of the Karine A

By Neil Baird

It is a pity that it has taken twenty years for this important book to be published. Your reviewer has a vague recollection of hearing the story contemporaneously but, as the author remarks, it failed to gain anywhere near the attention it warranted. Briefly, it details how the Israeli armed forces foiled an attempt by the ..

MARITIME SECURITY WEEK
OPINION | Can Australia get second-hand nuclear submarines? The UK option

OPINION | Can Australia get second-hand nuclear submarines? The UK option

By Marcus Hellyer

In case you’ve just arrived from Mars, the Australian government has announced it will acquire, with the assistance of the United States and United Kingdom, a fleet of nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs) that will be built in Australia. It has also said that the first submarine won’t be operational until the late ..

Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

Welcome to Tug and Salvage Week!

Tug, tugs and ever more tugs keep sailing across these pages from and to practically everywhere in the world. This mont’s Tug and Salvage Week is typical with tugs ..