FG, Lagos sign agreement to end dispute on waterways

The Lagos State government and the federal government has signed an agreement for cooperation regarding the control of waterways. The Lagos State government and the federal ...
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Shipowners back FG’s bid to ban importation of foreign built vessels

Ship owners and major stakeholders in the maritime industry have applauded the federal government’s plan to ban the importation of foreign built vessels into Nigeria, in ...
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Court approves NIMASA fees for oil drilling operations

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has declared that drilling operations fall within the definitions of “Coastal Trade” and “Cabotage” under the Coastal and Inland ...
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Indigenous Oil Companies jostle for NNPC’s 20% stake

Indigenous Oil Companies jostle for NNPC’s 20% stake There are indications that the Federal Government may be compelled to give indigenous oil and gas companies wishing ...
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Nigeria passes Anti-Piracy Law to tackle maritime crimes

Nigeria becomes the first W/Central African country to satisfy international requirement for standalone piracy legislation After seven years of speculation and fine-tuning, President Muhammadu Buhari has ...
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Oil rig declared as Vessel under Cabotage Act

Oil rig declared as Vessel under Cabotage Act The Federal High Court, Lagos, in a landmark judgment, has declared that drilling operations fall within the definition ...
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