Myanmar - small
Key market statistics:

  • Terminals: 5 
  • Storage capacity: 125,700m³ 
  • Airports: 11


In May 2017, Puma Energy opened a new state-of-the-art petroleum products storage facility in Thilawa for bitumen, diesel, gasoline and Jet A-1 with a total capacity of 91,000 m³. Thilawa terminal represents the largest international petroleum products terminal.

The entire facility is designed around American Petroleum Institute (API) standards as well as other international specifications. The facility is currently the largest refined product import terminal in Myanmar, with the capability to receive product from MR-sized (50,000 dead weight metric ton) vessels. Puma Energy is the first foreign company granted permission to develop oil storage facilities in Myanmar.

Our Aviation Business  

Myanmar small-2

In 2015, Puma Energy started its aviation operations in Myanmar, as a joint venture with the Myanmar Petroleum Products Enterprise, serving around 22 international airlines, 10 domestic airlines, four charter service groups and six fuel agents in Myanmar.

We now operate at 11 airports in Myanmar, including Yangon International Airport.