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Nigeria’s 30-ship tanker fleet project faces challenges

Africa’s top oil producer has launched an ambitious initiative to acquire up to 10 suezmaxes and 20 medium range product tankers. But high taxes and the lack of cargo commitment from NNPC could prove obstacles

Nigeria can benefit from a national tanker fleet but political will is required to make the project a reality


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