Posted: May 21, 2024

Tanker renamed to honour local maritime roots

AMSOL Ghana officially renames bunker tanker

GHANA: The official renaming of the Densu River took place in the Port of Tema today as a gesture of commitment by owners, AMSOL to the local maritime industry where the tanker delivers marine fuel on behalf of the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL).

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Posted: May 21, 2024

Developing Angola’s offshore assets

FID from TotalEnergies

ANGOLA: Having announced the Final Investment Decision (FID) on the Kaminho deepwater project, TotalEnergies issued a statement today indicating that production is expected to begin in 2028 with a plateau of 70,000 barrels of oil a day.

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Posted: May 16, 2024

Fishing gear aims to help small scale fishers benefit from rights

Donation of fishing gear and equipment

SOUTH AFRICA: Much needed fishing gear and equipment was donated to small scale fishing enterprises in Port St Johns yesterday when Eastern Cape MEC for Rural Development and Agrarian Reform (DRDAR), Nonkqubela Pieters, visited the community.

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Posted: May 14, 2024

More ships for Namibian ports

Increase in cargo handling at Namibian ports

NAMIBIA: The number of vessels calling at Namibian ports surged by 29% in the financial year ending 31 March with port visits jumping from 1,636 to 2,115 calls. These included foreign tugs, dry bulk vessels, containerised vessels, foreign fishing vessels, petroleum vessels, Namibian fishing vessels, research, and general vessels.

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Posted: May 13, 2024

Port tariff strategy up for review

Ports Regulator of South Africa calls for comments

SOUTH AFRICA: The Ports Regulator of South Africa is calling for comments on its update of the 2015 and 2020 Tariff Strategy documents that attempts to reflect the tariff trajectory set for the ports system over the next ten years and provide a clear indication of how port tariffs may be adjusted.

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Posted: May 13, 2024

Construction begins on multi-purpose vessel for the Port of Cape Town

TNPA invests in marine fleet

SOUTH AFRICA: The construction of new multi-purpose vessel for the Port of Cape Town that will assist in attending to oil spills as well as clean up pollution and debris officially got underway at Damen Shipyards Cape Town last week Friday.

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Posted: May 9, 2024

Port fails to meet targets ahead of citrus season

Western Cape Government calls for more private sector involvement

SOUTH AFRICA: With citrus exports set to increase towards the end of the month, the Western Cape Government (WCG) has raised the alarm on the Cape Town Container Terminal’s (CTCT) failure to meet its own recovery targets that were put in place to stabilise operations in the short term.

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Posted: May 9, 2024

Strengthening cooperation to suppress illicit maritime activities

ECOWAS States meet to discuss way forward

TOGO: Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) met this week to examine the draft Supplementary Act relating to cooperation in suppressing illicit maritime activities in the region with the aim to clarify opportunities for more effective implementation.

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