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13
Sep 2018

South African Marine Fuels has begun off-shore and in-port bunker operations in Port Elizabeth.

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03
Sep 2018

The 8,200 DWT MT African Sprinter tanker, which will be used for continued bunker operations off Namibia in West Africa, has previously been on bareboat charter by the company for a three-year period.

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31
Aug 2018

From the beginning of September, Petromoc Bunkering will commence a new bunker supply operation in Nacala Port and offshore, the company tells Bunkerspot.

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30
Aug 2018

China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) is reported to have begun the main construction phase of the project at the port, which is located at the Gulf of Suez.

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30
Aug 2018

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has unveiled plans to set up a subsidiary to provide vessel refuelling services.

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22
Aug 2018

South African Marine Fuels can supply HFO 180 cSt from three barges and is planning to begin low sulphur marine gasoil (LSMGO) deliveries in the near future, the company’s Martin Hunt tells Bunkerspot.

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26
Jul 2018

The US Maritime Administration says that in 2018 there have been 66 incidents of piracy and armed robbery at sea in the region, a 94% increase over the same time period in 2017.

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25
Jul 2018

Bunkerspot speaks to Kwesi Amanor, Deputy General Manager, Puma Energy, about the company’s operations in Ghana and the greater West Africa region.

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12
Jul 2018

Bunkerspot speaks to Africa Refiners Association (ARA) consultant, Emmanuel Quartey, about the prospects for Ghana’s refining sector as the country seeks to cement its position as a West African bunkering hub.

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11
Jul 2018

‘These bunker zones, that will include both anchor and drifting zones, will ensure a drastic reduction in the risk of piracy during offshore bunker operations,’ says Boakye Kyeremateng Agyarko, Minister of Energy, Ghana.

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