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26
Jul 2018

The US Maritime Administration says that in 2018 there have been 66 incidents of piracy and armed robbery at sea in the region, a 94% increase over the same time period in 2017.

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25
Jul 2018

Bunkerspot speaks to Kwesi Amanor, Deputy General Manager, Puma Energy, about the company’s operations in Ghana and the greater West Africa region.

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12
Jul 2018

Bunkerspot speaks to Africa Refiners Association (ARA) consultant, Emmanuel Quartey, about the prospects for Ghana’s refining sector as the country seeks to cement its position as a West African bunkering hub.

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11
Jul 2018

‘These bunker zones, that will include both anchor and drifting zones, will ensure a drastic reduction in the risk of piracy during offshore bunker operations,’ says Boakye Kyeremateng Agyarko, Minister of Energy, Ghana.

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19
Jun 2018

The Angolan National Society of Fuels (Sonangol) will also import diesel from the global commodities company.

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04
Jun 2018

The former director general of Spain’s Merchant Navy and newly appointed President of the Port of Ceuta, Rafael Rodríguez Valero, is seeking to develop the Spanish autonomous city’s bunkering potential.

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31
May 2018
Rudi van Niekerk was previously Regional Business Controller for GAC’s Africa Regional Office.
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22
May 2018
In another twist in this long-running competition to acquire a 75% stake in Chevron Corp’s South African business, including its Cape Town refinery, the commodity trading and mining company is now reported to be close to sealing a $1 billion deal; in March, however, South Africa’s Competition Tribunal had given the green light to China’s Sinopec to go ahead with its proposed offer for the Chevron assets
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10
May 2018

‘Tankers delivering fuel oil to Libya, should, on completion of cargo operations and upon receiving port clearance, sail directly out of Libyan waters without deviation or delay as such deviations or delays may be construed as suspicious by the authorities,’ the Protection and Indemnity (P&I) Club says.

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02
May 2018

Plans are underway for significant expansion of handling facilities at the Ghanaian port, and Hapag-Lloyd’s Tema operation will be the hub for its operational activities in West Africa.

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