Tackling the challenge of co-mingled fuel through safe, secure and clean storage infrastructure investment

The Challenge

When cleaner fuel is processed, stored or transported using the same facility as inferior fuel, its quality is compromised. Countries need purpose-built infrastructure to prevent this co-mingling, but this is costly and difficult, especially for countries in emerging economies To guarantee the quality of cleaner fuel, it must be stored in dedicated terminals.

The Challenge

What We Did

Our partners around the world rely on us to meet their clean fuel needs. That’s why we invest in state-of-the-art storage terminals, pipes and loading bays that ensure security of supply and fuel quality management. Our terminal in Angola’s Luanda Bay fishing port is a major hub for storing cleaner fuel for Africa. In Myanmar, our storage facility can hold 91k m3 of cleaner fuel: the largest, safest and most modern facility of its kind in the country.

What We Did

Impact

The secure supply of high-quality fuel that we provide around the world benefits many countries in a multitude of ways. One of our biggest achievements was to become the first company to supply Ghana with 50ppm fuel, thanks to our clean fuel storage depots in Tema and Takoradi. And, since 2012, our investments in regional hubs and offices throughout Africa have increased our capacity to 1,545k m3. At this scale, we can deliver high-quality fuel at the best possible price.

Impact

At Puma Energy, all of our terminal operations are managed in-house, making us one of the largest independent fuel storage operators worldwide. This also gives us direct control at a critical part of our supply chain.

Jonathan Pegler Global Head of Supply and Trading, Puma Energy

HOW PUMA ENERGY IS PART OF THE SOLUTION

At Puma Energy, we’re taking action and actively encourage and support governments to do the same.

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