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26
Nov 2021

Two tankers have discharged very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) cargoes totalling 66,000 tonnes this month at the Port of Ceuta to be used for the local bunker market.

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16
Nov 2021

A.P. Moller – Maersk has announced that it plans to take ‘the next step’ in partnering with Grindrod on logistics solutions by setting up a joint venture (JV) in South Africa.

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09
Nov 2021

South Africa’s Central Energy Fund (CEF) has issued a request for information (RFI) for companies interested in the provision of an LNG FSRU and terminal at the port of Ngqura.

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08
Nov 2021

Mozambique Civitas Logistics, part of the Civitas Partners Group (CPG), is now offering very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) at the Port of Nacala after the discharge of the fuel, supplied by Shell from Singapore, into its floating storage unit, Deniz Sultan, on 7 November.

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04
Nov 2021

The Suez Canal Authority has announced a 6% increase in fees from next February for vessels transiting the waterway, but rates will be frozen at 2021 levels for LNG carriers and cruise ships.

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27
Oct 2021

South Africa’s state-owned Central Energy Fund (CEF) may be considering plans to acquire the 180,000-barrels-a-day (b/d) SAPREF refinery, according to Bloomberg.

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13
Oct 2021

Red Sea Bunkering and Bunker One have formed a new strategic partnership aimed at establishing Djibouti as marine fuels hub.

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30
Sep 2021

Trafigura has announced the completion of a $500 million rights issue to recapitalise Puma Energy – while the commodity trader’s shareholding in the energy company will increase to 72% and Puma will be consolidated into the Trafigura group.

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20
Sep 2021

Kenya’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has welcomed the news that Kenyan maritime waters have been removed from shipping’s high-risk areas (HRA) list as a ‘boost to trade’ which will ‘save Kenya and East Africa millions of dollars in insurance and security expenses’.

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16
Sep 2021

Hapag-Lloyd has today (16 September) officially inaugurated its own offices in Morocco, with a headquarters in Casablanca and two satellite offices in Tangier and Agadir.

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