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17
Jun 2021

LNG-to-power specialist KARMOL’s floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) has arrived in Dakar, where it will be a key component in the company’s plans to provide cleaner energy to Senegal.

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15
Jun 2021

Chevron Marine Lubricants is set to boost its presence in African ports after extending its joint venture with Akwa Group.

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10
Jun 2021

The Round Table of Shipowner Associations and the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) have expressed their ‘full support’ for the launch of Nigeria’s Deep Blue Project which aims to stamp out piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

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28
May 2021

UK P&I Club says it has observed an increase in Port State Control (PSC) fines on vessels at Ghanaian ports for discharges of oily waste.]

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14
May 2021

DNG Energy will deploy a 125,000 cbm-capacity floating storage unit (FSU) in the Port of Coega ‘in September or October’ to support its future LNG bunkering operations.

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11
May 2021

Following the grounding of the Ever Given containership in March, which brought Canal transits to halt for six days, a project has been announced today to widen and deepen 30 kilometres of the waterway between Suez and the Great Bitter Lake.

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06
May 2021

Danish bunker company Monjasa has completed its first delivery of very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) to the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia’s (NAMCOR NAMIBIA) new storage tanks in Walvis Bay.

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23
Apr 2021

Engen has confirmed that it will be proceeding with its plan to convert its Durban refinery into a storage facility and terminal.

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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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