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Vivo Energy sponsors IBIA Africa Bunker & Shipping Conference

Vivo Energy sponsors IBIA Africa Bunker & Shipping Conference

Vivo Energy sponsors IBIA Africa
Bunker & Shipping Conference

Accra, Ghana. 5 September 2023: Vivo Energy, the company that distributes and markets fuels and lubricants across Africa, is thrilled to be sponsoring the IBIA Africa Bunker and Shipping Conference.

Taking place in Accra, Ghana, from 6-7 September 2023, the conference brings together industry specialists to discuss the latest developments and challenges in the energy and shipping sectors.


Accra is a key maritime hub in West Africa, with a strategic location on the Gulf of Guinea, playing a significant role in facilitating trade and commerce in the region.

Vivo Energy provides marine services in eleven markets across Africa. We supply both marine fuels and lubricants to a growing number of private and merchant fleets as well as to naval customers and work to build partnerships with our marine customers, often by providing a range of technical services to complement our product offering.

Commenting on our sponsorship of the conference, Aminata Sarr, Aviation & Marine Business Development Manager at Vivo Energy said: “We are very proud to be part of this international event at the cutting edge of the bunkering and shipping industry. We look forward to meeting existing and potential future customers over the coming days in Accra.”

Come and meet with us at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra to discuss your bunkering and shipping needs, or check out our dedicated section on our website.

Vivo Energy sponsors IBIA Africa Bunker & Shipping Conference

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