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23
Nov 2020

Three crewmembers of the Stelios K bunker ship have been kidnapped, according to Dryad Global.

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19
Nov 2020

The company has announced that a ‘major Nigerian vessel owner and operator’ for fast crew boats and security vessels has upgraded two of its onboard Electronic Fuel Monitoring Systems (EFMS) to FUELTRAX EFMS.

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09
Nov 2020

African Marine Solutions (AMSOL) has acquired a product tanker which will transport marine fuels after the recent award of a multi-year contract by Shell Downstream South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

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03
Nov 2020

‘By evolving the Amoil brand, we are conveying our capabilities in adapting to and prospering in any bunker scenario,’ said MD Alexandros Margaritis

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26
Oct 2020

Dryad Global has confirmed that the Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) activated on the Panamanian flagged M/T Errina ‘appears to have been in error’ and the vessel has subsequently been shown to be at a location South of Lagos.

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19
Oct 2020

DNG Energy was recently granted authorisation to begin LNG bunkering operations in the Port of Coega, South Africa, and is aiming to supply up to 3 million tonnes of LNG per year by 2024, Group Chief Executive Officer, Aldworth Mbalati, tells Bunkerspot.

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14
Oct 2020

South African LNG company DNG Energy has received final authorisation from Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA) to begin LNG bunkering operations in the Port of Coega, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

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12
Oct 2020

Future options for the Enref refinery in Durban include closure in 2023 and conversion into fuel storage for product imports, according to local press reports.

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29
Sep 2020

‘South African refineries have taken quite a bit of time to produce the low sulphur fuel but we have not run into supply problems – we have adequate imports to cover the needs,’ Sobantu Tilayi, Chief Operations Officer at the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), tells Bunkerspot.

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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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