Home oil & gas BENIN Issue dated 25/07/2017 Puma Energy's oil terminal slips out of its reach Puma Energy, the oil product distributed of which trading firm Trafigura holds 48.4%, seems to be losing its footing in [...] (195 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles ANGOLA Business 30/06/2020 Lourenço wants to make up for diamond road repair blunder CAMEROON Politics 26/06/2020 Army frustrated over treatment of Israeli-supervised special forces defending Paul Biya's twilight years DJIBOUTI Business 23/06/2020 Caught between Djibouti and Mogadishu, Salaam African Bank changes hands Access the free section On the same subject BENIN 12/03/2019 Oil terminal woes: Puma Energy hits rock bottom Puma Energy, which has been in conflict with Benin businessman [...] MOZAMBIQUE 28/09/2018 Puma Energy shores up its position After Puma Aviation, a branch of Puma Energy (owned by [...] BENIN 23/01/2018 Puma wins round against BPS shareholder Vlavo Koundo Puma Energy, of which Trafigura owns 48.4%, was recently granted [...] BENIN 27/06/2017 Puma Energy rolls up sleeves to slog it out for oil terminal Sentenced to pay a hefty $17 million to local businessman Vlavo Koundo, Puma won't give in to the arbitral ruling without a fight. [...] MOZAMBIQUE 13/12/2016 Frelimo cronies jostle for Rovuma's gas Several companies pre-qualified for projects that involve natural gas have strong ties to the ruling Frelimo party. [...] ANGOLA 07/06/2016 Pumangol gets a crucial go-ahead for its projects With a $300 million project approved by the government, Pumangol has the wherewithal to beef up its storage and distribution capacity. [...] Spotlight AFRICA 05/07/2011 Trafigura takes a new tack Two years after the legal case relating to dumping toxic waste in Ivory Coast was settled, Trafigura, the world's second biggest independent trader after Vitol (it's tied with Glencore for second place), has changed the way it operates in Africa. [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics BENIN Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce Benin Petroleum Services Puma Energy Trafigura Vlavo Koundo Create a freenotification What is a notification?