Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6 February 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Cyclone Batsirai on course to strike Madagascar
Mauritian tanker Tresta Star goes aground off Reunion during height of Cyclone Batsirai
FPSO Trinity Spirit explosion, followed by fire then sinking
WHARF TALK: container ship – COSCO ASHDOD
Oil spill in Peruvian waters
SHIP REPAIR: Southeast Asia’s ship repair threatened by strict Covid measures
DP World to work with Angolan govt to develop country’s logistics sector
WHARF TALK: bulker bunkering at Mother City – SEA VIRYA
Warning to KZN: Cyclone Ana highlights climate risks faced by vulnerable populations
Cyclone Batsirai batters Mauritius, next stop Madagascar
‘Fundamentalist’ Gwede Mantashe sticks to his guns, promises a lot of coal generation by 2030″
A Saharan dust storm: Location: Atlantic Ocean
WHARF TALK: Mossel Bay workhorse – LEWEK HARRIER
Dar es Salaam: Striving to become the regional port of choice
Tropical Cyclone Batsirai bears toward Madagascar, threatens Mauritius and Reunion
TotalEnergies wants to resume gas liquefaction project this year
HMS Montrose strikes again – more drugs discovered in stateless fishing vessel
South African Port Statistics for the Calendar Year 2021
SAMSA to lift moratorium on bunkering in Algoa Bay on 1 April
WHARF TALK: chartered container ship – PARIS II
IALA is on its way to Intergovernmental status
World’s biggest Wonder of the Seas delivered to Royal Caribbean
FLNG Coral Sul arrives on station in northern Mozambique
SA AGULHAS II to set off in search of Shackleton’s Endurance
A.P. Moller-Maersk shares millions of weather observations: An aid to climate science
WHARF TALK:  the letter D stands for….. – TS DELTA
IMO’s Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction (SDC 8) meets
New cyclone, Batsirai, heads for central Madagascar
Richard Ibwima appointed as new Operations Executive at Namport
APM Terminals investment in Apapa passes the US$ 400 million mark
New Transaid driver training project: CILT Ghana to support
Fires out on board NS Qingdao, ship moves to Saldanha Bay

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