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China adds patrol ships to safeguard maritime interests

SOURCE : Xinhua (06-01-11)
QINGDAO, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) — Chinese maritime authorities Thursday added two large sea surveillance ships to its fleet in a bid to better protect the country’s maritime rights and interests.
The two patrol ships, in the 1,000- and …

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Malta and Libya’s oil ‘waltz’

SOURCE : The Times of Malta (07-01-11)
Talks between Malta with Libya on contested offshore territorial claims have been likened to “a waltz, moving two steps forward and one step back” by the representative of a Canadian oil company.
Edwin Vella, the …

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Institutionalizing EU’s Arctic Policy

SOURCE : The Barents Observer (07-01-11)
The European Parliament in a new report calls for the establishment of a permanent EU inter-service structure for Arctic affairs. It also wants an Arctic unit to be established within the European External Action Service …

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Another dry well in the Barents Sea

SOURCE : The Barents Observer (05-01-11)
Amid major expectations for a new significant oil and gas discovery in the Barents Sea, the Eni company confirms that the recently drilled Kobbe well in the area is dry.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate confirms to …

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Philippines pledges navy upgrade to guard resources

SOURCE : Reuters (04-01-11)
MANILA Jan 4 (Reuters) – Philippine President Benigno Aquino promised new and faster boats for the under-equipped navy to guard the country’s maritime resources, including oil exploration areas in disputed territories in the South China Sea.
The six-month-old …

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India seeks Indian Ocean supremacy with warship research

SOURCE : Agence France Presse (05-01-11)
India launched a new naval research centre for warships on Tuesday, part of efforts by the South Asian giant to build its sea defences and counter the perceived threat of China in the Indian Ocean.
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Le Liban demande à l’ONU d’empêcher le forage israélien offshore

SOURCE : Agence France Presse (04-01-11)
BEYROUTH – Le ministre libanais des Affaires étrangères a demandé mardi aux Nations unies de juguler les projets israéliens de forage de champs gaziers offshore très prometteurs découverts en Méditerranée.
“Nous vous demandons de faire tout …

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Oil billions at stake as UN examines British claims to Rockall

SOURCE : The Guardian (01-01-11)
Britain, Ireland, Denmark and Iceland battle over Atlantic outcrop sitting on lucrative oil and gasfields
Rockall UN oilfields Ownership of Rockall is disputed by Britain, Ireland, Denmark and Iceland. The competing applications are likely to be reviewed …

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East Med gas bonanza has many perils

SOURCE : UPI (31-12-10).
Confirmation that the Leviathan natural gas field off Israel contains reserves of at least 16 trillion cubic feet, the largest gas discovery of the decade, could trigger an exploration boom across the eastern Mediterranean, but those who …

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Territorial tangle casts shadow on Santos’ Bay of Bengal block (30-12-10)

Live Mint — Maritime boundary row with Bangladesh forces government to suspend contractual obligations of Australian explorer
The Indian government plans to suspend the contractual obligations of Australian explorer Santos Ltd’s subsidiary relating to its block in the Bay of Bengal …

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Reviewing Indonesian maritime boundaries in 2010 (30-12-10)

The Jakarta Post –– The old saying is true – time flies. The year 2010 will end in a few days. Many things have happened in the last year, and this is a good time to look back. …

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