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10
May 2018

‘Tankers delivering fuel oil to Libya, should, on completion of cargo operations and upon receiving port clearance, sail directly out of Libyan waters without deviation or delay as such deviations or delays may be construed as suspicious by the authorities,’ the Protection and Indemnity (P&I) Club says.

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02
May 2018

Plans are underway for significant expansion of handling facilities at the Ghanaian port, and Hapag-Lloyd’s Tema operation will be the hub for its operational activities in West Africa.

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30
Apr 2018

Despite failing to register growth in sales of diesel and gasoline, a ‘very impressive’ year for bunkering helped the Ghana state-run oil and gas company to register a net profit of GHC 65.1 million ($14.6 million) for the year.

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25
Apr 2018

Support services for the new facility will include critical need-based services, such as bunkering and the provision of marine lubricants.

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24
Apr 2018
GAC South Africa has opened a branch at Port Elizabeth which will also cover shipping service requirements at the neighbouring port of Nggura (Coega).
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19
Apr 2018

Financed through the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) - for an undisclosed amount - the shipping, freight and logistics operator says the sale has facilitated the participation of black women and black youth in creating the first 100% black shipowners’ group in the country.

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11
Apr 2018

An increase in the number of armed attacks against ships around West Africa is pushing up global levels of piracy and armed robbery at sea, says the International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau (IMB).

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10
Apr 2018

Stringent measures introduced by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) in September 2017 to curb the smuggling of petroleum products have significantly reduced the number of companies engaged in the oil export business.

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05
Apr 2018

Amber II, South Africa’s first coastal bunker barge, has bunkered more than 43,000 metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel products to 94 vessels since it began operations last November.

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26
Mar 2018
The company is offering a new Africa schedule from 1 April in response to developments in the oil and gas, refining and transport infrastructure sectors, particularly in West Africa.
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