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16
Sep 2020

Hapag-Lloyd has opened a new office in Lagos, Nigeria as part of its drive to continue expanding its activities in West Africa.

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11
Sep 2020

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) will contribute a fund of around 1 billion Japanese Yen ($9.4 million) over several years to Mauritius following the sinking of the MV Wakashio bulk carrier last month which resulted in more than 1,000 tonnes of bunker fuel being leaked into the sea.

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09
Sep 2020

Commodity trading group Trafigura delivered a first shipment of low sulphur gasoil (LSGO) to the Port of Berbera, following the signing of what it describes as a ‘milestone’ storage agreement earlier this year with the Government of Somaliland’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism.

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08
Sep 2020

A study on the impact of open loop scrubbers on South Africa’s marine environment has been delayed by the COVID-19 lockdown, with a final report now expected by December 2020.

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01
Sep 2020

Two crewmembers of a tugboat working to clean-up a bunker fuel spill off the coast of Mauritius are confirmed dead and another two are reported to be missing after the vessel they were working on was involved in a collision with a non-motorised barge.

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28
Aug 2020

Hutchison Ports has signed a long-term agreement with the Egyptian Navy for the development of a container terminal in Abu Qir.

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25
Aug 2020

APM Terminals has announced that contracts were signed this month with the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), for the construction of Abidjan’s second container terminal, known as Côte d’Ivoire Terminal (CIT).

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14
Aug 2020

FOBAS has reported that it has tested a number of bunker samples from Port Elizabeth that were found to be off-specification with high sediments.

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27
Jul 2020

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that an ‘ambitious’ roadmap to develop a National Maritime Security Strategy for Kenya was agreed following an inaugural virtual meeting held last week.

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24
Jul 2020

A spokesperson for Astron Energy has told Reuters that it is still ‘too early’ to say when the 100,00 barrels a day (b/d) Cape Town refinery will come back into full operation, following the explosion at the plant on 2 July.

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