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29
Apr 2020

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has announced that the MT Sonangol Cabinda tanker, operated by Oiltanking MOGS Saldanha (OTMS), made its maiden call at the Port of Saldanha as part of the commissioning of OTMS’s new crude oil terminal.

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20
Apr 2020

Oiltanking MOGS Saldanha has commissioned its new crude oil terminal in in the Port of Saldanha Bay with the receipt of around 143,000 cubic metres (cbm) of crude oil on Friday (17 April).

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06
Apr 2020

Although all of South Africa's main commercial ports remain open for business and bunkering operations continue, the coronavirus outbreak has led to a significant drop in cargo volumes and restrictions on crew changes.

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01
Apr 2020

Shipping organisations, supported by government and military organisations, have produced a new, free-to-download maritime security guide for ships operating off the coast of West Africa.

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30
Mar 2020

Nigeria has imposed new restrictions on cargo ships entering the country’s ports as part of its efforts to restrict the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

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10
Mar 2020

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has reported that the Somali Shipping Code has been completed.

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25
Feb 2020

Following an agreement with Africa Energy Corp., Azinam Limited will become the operator and 50% licence holder in Block 2B offshore South Africa, an area which has the potential to provide the first major production offshore South Africa.

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25
Feb 2020

The company says that the move is 'a first step in executing further on Bunker One’s expansion plans in this region'.

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24
Feb 2020

Total E&P Mozambique Area 1 Limitada (Total) has awarded Worley two master service agreements (MSAs) for providing services at the Mozambique LNG Project.

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10
Feb 2020

A R400 million investment in Astron Energy’s Milnerton refinery has enabled the company (formerly Chevron South Africa) to produce IMO 2020-compliant 0.50% bunker fuel.

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