Date entered: 2006
Key market statistics:
- Terminals: 1
- Storage capacity: 159,100 m³
- Retail sites: 1
Puma Energy Ivory Coast was established in 2006 with the acquisition of storage and product handling facilities in Abidjan’s port.
Since then the facility has benefited from a substantial investment programme. Today it is one of the most modern and active storage facilities on the west coast of Africa. With a capacity of 176,600m3 our Abidjan terminal in Ivory Coast is now one of the largest and allows us to store clean fuels and a range of other products.
Its facilities are grouped into four main categories. A terminal site includes 159,100m3 storage capacity for clean products and fuel oil. Puma Energy B and C include additional capacity of 31,000m3 for other product types.
Its jetty is Abidjan’s largest, capable of berthing 70,000DWT vessels.