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Four African members elected to IMO Council Four African members elected to IMO Council

Four African members elected to IMO Council

Yesterday’s election yielded the anticipated results in Category A and B of the International Maritime Organisation’s Council, while a...
Angola rejects OPEC production quota Angola rejects OPEC production quota

Angola rejects OPEC production quota

ANGOLA: Diamantino Pedro Azevedo, Angola’s Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, confirmed the nation’s decision to reject the...
Gulf of Aden piracy incident averted Gulf of Aden piracy incident averted

Gulf of Aden piracy incident averted

GULF OF ADEN: A skiff and its crew were taken into custody following a united response to reports of a seizure of an oil tanker in international...
Local Nigerian company to gain oil and gas assets Local Nigerian company to gain oil and gas assets

Local Nigerian company to gain oil and gas assets

NIGERIA: Equinor and Chappal Energies have entered into an agreement for the sale of Equinor Nigeria Energy Company (ENEC), which holds a 53.85%...
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The maritime industry has many stalwarts, entrepreneurs and legends. Our annual print edition will celebrate and tell their stories in a rich narrative that captures the essence of their personalities and contributions.


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Africa’s role in ship scrapping 0 Insights & Opinion
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Africa’s role in ship scrapping

As the majority of all global tonnage destined to be scrapped lands on the three beaches in South Asia, it’s worth noting that African shipowners and African flagged ships contribute only a small percentage to overall picture.

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