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26
May 2022

Offshore bunkering operations in Algoa Bay, South Africa have been suspended following a fuel spill during a transfer operation between two Minerva Bunkering vessels on 23 May.

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21
Apr 2022

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that South Africa has become the 17th signatory to the Jeddah Amendment to the Djibouti Code of Conduct (DCoC).

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14
Apr 2022

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced that it will be implementing an Emergency Fuel Surcharge (EFS) to all cargo transshipped in Mombasa, Kenya to/from Tanga or to/from Zanzibar, Tanzania.  

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01
Apr 2022

Dan-Bunkering says its merger with South African Bunkering and Trading (SABT) will enable it to expand into Africa with a physical presence for the first time.

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01
Apr 2022

MSC Group has reached an agreement with Bolloré SE to buy 100% of Bolloré Africa Logistics – which will include all of Bolloré Group’s shipping, logistics and terminals operations in Africa, as well as its terminal operations in India, Haiti and in Timor-Leste – for €5.7 billion.  

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21
Mar 2022

Abu Dhabi Ports Group is reported to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Egyptian Ministry of Transport on the construction and management of a multi-purpose terminal in Ain Sokhna port, which is located on East Coast of the Gulf of Suez, around 30 nautical miles south of the entry to the Suez Canal.

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18
Mar 2022

Sonan Bunkers UK has announced the launch of a new marine fuel supply operation in Nigeria.

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10
Mar 2022

Sonangol has informed Bunkerspot that it is currently working to develop a strategy to produce green hydrogen and it has also been running studies to identify a possible site for a production plant.

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16
Feb 2022

Environmental organisations represented on the Bunkering Environmental Working Group (BEWG) are opposing the lifting of a moratorium on new licences for ship-to-ship (STS) bunkering in Algoa Bay.

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14
Feb 2022

South Africa’s largest refinery, the 180,00 barrels a day (b/d) SAPREF facility, is reportedly set to pause operations indefinitely from 22 March as its joint owners BP and Shell consider selling the plant.

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