Zimbabwe’s oil infrastructure parastatal sues Green Fuel for lack of payment

October 13, 2016 |

In Zimbabwe, the National Oil Infrastructure Company has sued Green Fuel for $1,072,335.28 plus interest and legal costs after the company allegedly reneged on an integrated storage and handling agreement during a three-year period between 2013 and May 2016. The company has responded and aims to defend itself in court. The agreement with the parastatal was to store ethanol at its Msasa terminal as well as store, handle and deliver the fuel as instructed by the company.

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