Engen's New Terminal in Mozambique to Boost Fuel Security

Source: Reuters 9/11/2015, Location: Africa

Engen, majority owned by Malaysia's national oil company, has opened a new 24,000 cubic metre terminal in Mozambique that will boost regional fuel security, the company said. The terminal in Beira will supply petrol, diesel and lubricants to the southern African country where massive coal and offshore gas finds are stimulating economic growth, as well as neighbouring Zimbabwe and Botswana, a statement said.


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