In this study, the maritime delimitation dispute between Turkey and the Greek Cypriot administration will be defined and analyzed in the context of offshore activities in the Mediterranean. The aim of this paper has been to get a better understanding of what has been occurred in the Eastern Mediterranean between both sides and how maritime zones are violated by Greek Cypriots. Latest events showed that Turkey will not give any permission to the foreign vessels seismic survey in its continental shelf era. Maritime zones are integrated part of the Cyprus problem. This issue should be a part of the comprehensive settlement in Cyprus. Equal sharing the Island’s natural resources are necessary. Greek Cypriots have no right to act unilaterally. There is no single sovereign authority on the island. No one cannot disregard Turkish Cypriots and Turkey’s maritime jurisdictions. The cooperation is so hard but so too are barriers. Furthermore, possible energy roads will be discussed. As result, Turkey seems to hold the key the Eastern Mediterranean’s energy security in the near future.