Puma Energy invests $46 million in LPG for domestic use in Africa

Puma Energy invests $46 million in LPG for domestic use in Africa

The investment is part of the new climate policy of the oil distribution subsidiary of the Swiss trader Trafigura. The Singapore-based company also plans to invest $33 million in photovoltaics.

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            ▪ Puma Energy invests $46 million in LPG for domestic use in Africa

▪ The investment is part of the new climate policy of the oil distribution subsidiary of the Swiss trader Trafigura. The Singapore-based company also plans to invest $33 million in photovoltaics.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812752/puma-energy-invests-46-million-in-lpg-for-domestic-use-in-africa/

Puma Energy, an oil distribution group with operations on all continents and a strong presence in Africa, plans to accelerate its investments in domestic LPG on the African continent.

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