Submitted by oilgasafrica on Wed, 2017-04-12 23:00
Ivorian-born Adama Soro arrived in Mauritius in 2016 to take the helm as the new Managing Director of Engen on the island. Having previously been assigned to head up Engen Rwanda (2008-2011), before taking over as MD of Engen Gabon (2011-2016), Soro has valuable experience in the distribution and marketing of oil and gas products to go with his obvious appetite for raising the bar: Engen Rwanda and Engen Gabon both achieved Engen ‘Affiliate of the Year’ awards under his direction.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2015-06-11 23:00
Engen, the African energy multinational, has bought a 15% ownership stake in the JUHI jet fuel storage facility at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (SSRIA) near the Mauritian capital of Port Louis. Joan Njoroge, managing director of Engen Petroleum Mauritius, explains that jet fuel storage facilities are most often run in consortia, to minimise the number of depots and therefore airport security risks. “Co-ownership puts Engen on a competitive footing with other oil companies.”
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Wed, 2013-07-24 00:00
Orange and Total have signed a partnership giving Orange customers access to Orange Money services at all TOTAL service stations in African and Middle-Eastern countries where the two groups are present and Orange Money is available, a total of 13 countries1 to date.
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Thu, 2013-04-18 20:08
Engen, the African multinational fuel retailer and provider of convenience services, has reported sustained good growth over the past two years for its retail operations in sub-Saharan African (SSA) and the Indian Ocean Islands, and this week announced a similarly bullish outlook for the year ahe
Submitted by oilgasafrica on Sun, 2008-10-26 19:04
Mauritius is the first country in Africa where the petroleum company Shell has launched its "Shell Unleaded Extra" (SUE) on Saturday in the presence of an international team from the parent company, APA learns here.