Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 22 August 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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IN CONVERSATION: Three things you should know about mosquitoes
WHARF TALK: Unusual and unexpected – COMBI DOCK 1
UECC’s second LNG battery hybrid car carrier – on the water
Maersk secures new e-methanol facility to provide green fuel for container ship
Mozambique: Rwanda confirms it will guard gas zone
New collaboration on satellite-based VDES: Sierra Leone aims for maritime digitalisation
WHARF TALK: MR2 tanker arrives in Cape Town – KAIFAN
Two container ships make their maiden calls at Port of Walvis Bay
Western Indian Ocean no longer seen as a high risk area for piracy
Agility sells its Global Integrated Logistics (GIL) business to DSV Panalpina
IATA and UNCTAD e-commerce accord
IN CONVERSATION: We examined 20 years of US-Kenya trade: Some lessons for Africa
WHARF TALK: number ten – FEGULUS
IMO 2000: Sierra Leone introduces penalties for non-compliant fuel
IN CONVERSATION: The coal price has skyrocketed in 2021 – what does it mean for net zero?
SAA begins rebuilding its fleet with two Airbus A320s
Master Plan calls for R100 billion investments into expanding Port of Durban
WHARF TALK: Vintage MSC ship still going strong – MSC ADELE
Mozambique Cabo Delgado Update, part 1
Mozambique Cabo Delgado Update, part 2
Stella Maris: Life at Sea Report 2020 – a world in lockdown
VIEWPOINT: The ongoing challenge of Covid in the ports
WHARF TALK: First South African call for LR1 tanker DIYYINAH 1
Citrus Exports: Less trucks arrive permitting Durban and Eastern Cape ports to decongest
Richards Bay unplanned power outage impacts rail operations
WHARF TALK: Maiden visit to Durban and Cape Town – SCHWYZ
Australia’s carbon capture and utilisation opportunity
Naval Exercise Cutlass Express concludes off East African coast
IMO supports Djibouti to prevent pollution from ships
Fire on livestock carrier Elbeik off coast of Spain
Sri Lanka Ports Authority at 42

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