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Security of offshore oil and gas facilities

Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs (2013) Vol. 5(1)

Security of offshore oil and gas facilities: exclusion zones and ships’ routeing
Mikhail Kashubsky and Anthony Morrison
Abstract The article discusses the legality at international law of establishing security exclusion zones beyond 500 metres around offshore oil and gas facilities on the continental shelf and implementing ship routeing measures, and requiring ships, particularly foreign flagged ships, to comply with such zones and routeing measures. It also discusses state practice in with regard to safety or security zones and ship routeing measures as well as problems relating to enforcement of interferences with security or safety zones around offshore facilities or non-compliance with prescribed routeing measures and other related security arrangements. ______________________________________________ While there have been no terrorist attacks or serious security incidents involving offshore oil and gas facilities on the Australian continental shelf, security concerns about Australian offshore facilities remain. Any unauthorised activities in close proximity to offshore oil and gas facilities present security risks.1 Apart from terrorism and ‘insider threats’,2 threats to offshore facilities in north-western Australian waters are also posed by fishing vessels and recreational craft operating in the vicinity of offshore facilities,3 as well as commercial shipping. Infringements of safety zones around offshore facilities by ships, particularly fishing vessels, are not unusual.4 There have been a number of incidents involving vessels that ignore the safety zones around offshore facilities including incidents where vessels tried ‘to moor alongside or board the facility’.5 In 2010, the Australian government commissioned an Inquiry into security arrangements…...

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