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Tips and traps when contracting with facilities for repair, conversion and upgrades Friday, August 5, 20220

Tips and traps when contracting with facilities for repair, conversion and upgrades

INSIGHT: Complex questions can arise about who has control, responsibility and authority over a vessel when in the custody of a drydock facility....
A wake-up call for ports to respond to climate change Wednesday, July 20, 20220

A wake-up call for ports to respond to climate change

OPINION: The recent events of coastal flooding in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa in April 2022 should be regarded as a wakeup...
Charterer’s obligation to provide bunkers in compliance with charterparty specification Thursday, May 19, 20220

Charterer’s obligation to provide bunkers in compliance with charterparty specification

Time charterers supplying vessels with bunker fuel oil need to ensure that they meet the contractual specifications set out in the charterparty....
ON THE QUAYSIDE WITH TAMI ITEMBU: The future of Namibia’s hydrocarbons market Monday, May 2, 20220

ON THE QUAYSIDE WITH TAMI ITEMBU: The future of Namibia’s hydrocarbons market

The African Energy Chamber spoke with Tami Itembu, Public and Government Affairs at ExxonMobil and Production Namibia about the company’s...
Urgent action needed to address soaring deaths at sea Saturday, April 30, 20220

Urgent action needed to address soaring deaths at sea

More than 3,000 people died or went missing while attempting to cross the Central and Western Mediterranean and Atlantic last year to Europe. This...
African flag registries are being exploited for illegal fishing Thursday, April 28, 20220

African flag registries are being exploited for illegal fishing

Ensuring that high-risk fishing operations and vessels are excluded from national flags is a critical step to securing the waters of Africa for...
Seafarer lives don’t need to be risked during lifeboat drills Thursday, April 21, 20220

Seafarer lives don’t need to be risked during lifeboat drills

Seafarers are dying needlessly in lifeboat accidents when maritime legislation doesn’t actually require vessels to be manned during drills
Africa cannot afford to turn its back on its oil reserves Thursday, April 14, 20220

Africa cannot afford to turn its back on its oil reserves

With over 600 million people without access to electricity, Africa cannot and should not leave its oil and gas resources in the ground –...
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