Puma Energy Africa – one of the largest independent storage companies in Africa – explains how the continent’s growing need for imported products is driving its impressive growth strategy
Despite lacking the necessary logistical infrastructure to meet the continents’ growing fuel demand, Africa holds great potential for high growth.
With economies flourishing in several African countries and demand for diesel and petrol growing as transport infrastructure develops, the continent is increasingly relying on imports of fuel products.
Puma Energy Africa is tapping into this significant potential, and, thanks to a series of large-scale terminal developments, is one of the largest independent storage and downstream companies operating in Africa with 42 terminals spread across 19 countries.
Since entering Africa in 2002 Puma Energy has invested more than $2 billion in the continent and in 2015 added 350 million liters of capacity. It currently has 1.1 million m3 of installed stora...