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16
Apr 2021

Puma Energy Holdings, Trafigura and Sonangol have announced a series of transactions which will re-shuffle the ownership of assets in the West African energy market.

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15
Apr 2021

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) says it is determined to ensure availability of marine fuels that comply with the global 0.50% sulphur regulation.

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29
Mar 2021

A tanker has discharged 24,000 tonnes of diesel at the Port of Ceuta’s Poniente dock, the port authority has announced.

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22
Mar 2021

Bureau Veritas has completed the classification of the Torman LNG floating regasification unit (FRU) at the Port of Tema in Ghana.

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16
Mar 2021

Energy company Karmol’s first LNG-to-Power floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) will be bound for Senegal within the next few weeks.

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02
Mar 2021

DP World is now operating the multipurpose terminal (MPT) at the Port of Luanda.  

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01
Mar 2021

Hapag-Lloyd has opened an office in Nairobi, its second in Kenya, which will be headed by country manager Prashant Sindhwani.

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23
Feb 2021

Restrictive domestic regulation, allegations of corruption and other local interventions have hampered the evolution of the West African bunker sector, but, says Jon Hughes, MD of SABT, there are now some signs of a move towards market liberalisation.

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17
Feb 2021

The South African Navy (SAN) held a blessing ceremony on Friday (12 February) for the first of three new multi-mission inshore patrol vessels (MMIPV) being constructed at Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT).

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16
Feb 2021

The fact that only 12% of owners and operators are buying bunkers to the most recent ISO standard – ISO 8217: 2017 – means the issue of poor fuel quality is being perpetuated, says Rahul Choudhuri, MD for Asia, Middle East & Africa at VPS.

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