Gulf of Guinea security key to oil stability

12 Sep
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has commended the federal government of Nigeria for hosting the upcoming Global Maritime Security Conference, saying the talks will go a long way in addressing security concerns in the Gulf of Guinea.

Indonesia launches seaweed capsule industry

12 Sep
The Indonesia Seaweed Industry Association (ASTRULI) has attended the launching event of the seaweed capsule shell industry at Airlangga University in Surabaya, Indonesia.

Brown trout ‘genetic superpowers’ explained

11 Sep
Scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute have completed sequencing the brown trout reference genome, helping settle a longstanding debate over whether the fish is a single species, or several.

Thai Union’s ‘Sustainability Superwoman’

11 Sep
Thai Union Group's global director of corporate affairs and sustainability has been recognised as one of Asia’s 'Top Sustainability Superwomen' for encouraging positive change across the global seafood industry.

PM slammed for fisheries policy hypocrisy

10 Sep
Scottish fishermen’s leaders welcomed Prime Minister Boris Johnson to Peterhead last week, while the Chair of the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee has branded the PM’s fisheries policies as hypocritical and out of step with reality.

Fresh impetus for India’s seafood industry

9 Sep
India's vice president has said that the country's seafood industry needs renewed impetus in order to make growth sustainable, generate employment and to gain a competitive edge in internal markets.