Trafigura's Puma Energy Resumes Distribution from Myanmar Fuel Terminal
02.08.2021 - NEWS

February 8th, 2021 [Reuters] – Trafigura’s Puma Energy has resumed operations from its refined products terminal in Myanmar after a brief suspension due to the military coup on Monday, the company said on Wednesday.

 
Puma Energy operates the country’s largest fuel import terminal at Thilawa. The terminal imports oil products such as gasoil, diesel and jet fuel.

A spokesman specified that the suspension related to the distribution of fuel by road from the terminal while the terminal itself had remained operational.

Puma is a mid-stream, storage and retail firm with assets across Africa, Asia and Latin America. It is majority-owned by global commodities trader Trafigura.

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