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How Dubai-based oil trader PSTV Energy nearly brought Dakar's airport to a standstill

A last-minute delivery of jet fuel prevented the aircraft at Blaise-Diagne airport from running dry.
A last-minute delivery of jet fuel prevented the aircraft at Blaise-Diagne airport from running dry. © Zohra Bensemra/Reuters
Little known oil trader PSTV Energy, which is under Danish management, left OLA Energy, one of the three official jet fuel suppliers at Dakar's Blaise-Diagne International Airport, in the lurch after it failed to deliver a promised cargo of jet fuel. [...] (634 words)
Issue dated 27/04/2022 Reading time 3 minutes
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