Offshore Installation Removal in the Interest of Navigation Safety from International Law Point of View

Marcel Hendrapati, Juajir Sumardi, Judhariksawan ., Marthen Napang, Anshar ., Handar Subhandi, Yodi Kristianto


The offshore installation construction is a technological product developed by state and corporation for the purpose of exploring and exploiting  in the sea areas which are unlimited to shallow areas of the sea. The offshore installation existing does also show the science development occurred in the history of human being civilization, mainly related with the use of marine resources. One problem which brings about any concern is the removal of offshore installation when  such the installation is abandoned and disused any more. This condition has certainly an impact on various activities in the sea, such as any interference with the safety of navigation with the result that it is urgent to conduct the removal. International Maritime Organization creates the international standards used as guidelines for coastal states in formulating and establishing the provisions regarding removal of any disused offshore installation.

Key Words: removal, offshore installation, safety of navigation.

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