All hands on deck in bunkering sector


It is all hands on deck in Algoa Bay’s offshore fuelling sector with news of the first two independent studies to gauge the sustainability of the industry and, simultaneously, the licensing of a third operator.

The apparently conflicting initiatives mark an important twist in the bunkering sector, which has moved from zero consultation when the industry was launched in 2016, to the establishment in March of joint monitoring committees including environmental and maritime representatives...

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