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Puma Energy provides Kotoka International Airport with fuel storage

Posted 12 April 2016 · Add Comment

Puma Energy has entered into Ghana's fuel and storage markets with a new storage terminal at Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

The station is designed to hold 15,400m3 of aviation fuel, with the aim to make Ghana a hub for aviation fuel in region.
 
“In Ghana we have built partnerships with local players, Blue Ocean Investments and UBI Petroleum in order to increase the fuel storage capacity of Ghana and to bring efficiencies and enhance economic growth,” said chief operating officer, Puma Energy Africa, Christophe Zyde.
 
The company has also built two additional storage units at Tema Ridge and Takoradi.
 
“The increased capacity and security of supply provided by our investments into aviation storage at KIA and Tema Ridge means that Ghana can optimise its positioning as a hub for aviation in West Africa,” said Zyde.
 
The new storage will provide the airport with security of supply.  
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