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Internationally, we work with well-known companies, such as Panalpina, CEVA Logistics and DWF. These companies Continue
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25 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Oil and gas is becoming an increasingly stategic sector for Ivory Coast. The country has been expanding its existing crude oil production, with outputs of almost 60,000 barrels per day. Its ambition Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
The Shell brand has been present in Ivory Coast since 1927. Today, Vivo Energy Côte d'Ivoire is one of the main suppliers of gas stations, as well as commercial and industrial markets. Continue
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau, Directeur Général de SAPHYR (Société Africaine de Pétrole et d'Hydrocarbures Raffinés)
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau présente SAPHYR, une société ivoirienne dont le but est Continue
22 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau, Directeur Général de SAPHYR, explique pourquoi la bouteille composite ultra sécuritaire B12 est une véritable révolution sur le marché du gaz domestique dans la Continue
10 February 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Total Côte d’Ivoire is the number 1 retailer of petroleum products and related services in Ivory Coast. Following the recent acquisition of offshore licenses, the company has also become the Continue
07 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Société Ivoirienne de Raffinage (SIR) is a complex hydrocracking refinery with a distillation capacity of 3.8 million tons of crude oil per year. The refinery began operation in 1965. Continue
07 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Petroci, the national oil company of Ivory Coast, is present in a number of sectors including: butane gas distribution and petroleum products, development of the gas industry, trading, bunkering and Continue
Serge Mambo, Deputy CEO of SIMAT
Internationally, we work with well-known companies, such as Panalpina, CEVA Logistics and Continue
03 April 2012 |
Ben Novak
Incorporated in 1994 with a capital of 110 million CFA, Petro Ivoire, SA is a public limited company engaged in the distribution of oil products and gas. Continue
27 February 2012 |
Ben Novak
It is expected that the Gulf of Guinea will supply about a quarter of all US oil by 2015. Continue
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25 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Oil and gas is becoming an increasingly stategic sector for Ivory Coast. The country has been expanding its existing crude oil production, with outputs of almost 60,000 barrels per day. Its ambition Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
The Shell brand has been present in Ivory Coast since 1927. Today, Vivo Energy Côte d'Ivoire is one of the main suppliers of gas stations, as well as commercial and industrial markets. Continue
10 February 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Total Côte d’Ivoire is the number 1 retailer of petroleum products and related services in Ivory Coast. Following the recent acquisition of offshore licenses, the company has also become the Continue
07 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Société Ivoirienne de Raffinage (SIR) is a complex hydrocracking refinery with a distillation capacity of 3.8 million tons of crude oil per year. The refinery began operation in 1965. Continue
07 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Petroci, the national oil company of Ivory Coast, is present in a number of sectors including: butane gas distribution and petroleum products, development of the gas industry, trading, bunkering and Continue
04 November 2011 |
Ben Novak
The oil and gas sector plays a strategic role for Ivory Coast. The country currently produces 60,000 barrels of oil per day but the short-term goal is to produce about 200,000 barrels of oil per day. Continue
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau, Directeur Général de SAPHYR (Société Africaine de Pétrole et d'Hydrocarbures Raffinés)
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau présente SAPHYR, une société ivoirienne dont le but est Continue
Serge Mambo, Deputy CEO of SIMAT
Internationally, we work with well-known companies, such as Panalpina, CEVA Logistics and Continue
Daniel Gnangni, Directeur Général de Petroci Côte d'Ivoire
Daniel Gnangni, Directeur Général de Petroci Côte d'Ivoire Petroci Côte d'Ivoire est la Continue
Yves Boha Djere, Président du Conseil d'Administration de la Société Multinationale de Bitumes (SMB) and Thomas Camara, Directeur Général de la SMB
Yves Boha Djere, Président du Conseil d'Administration de la Société Multinationale de Continue
Yves Boha Djere, President of the Board of Directors of the Société Multinationale de Bitumes (SMB) and Thomas Camara, Chief Executive Officer of SMB
Yves Boha Djere, President of the Board of Directors of the Société Multinationale de Continue
Daniel Gnangni, General Director of Petroci Côte d'Ivoire
Daniel Gnangni, General Director of Petroci Côte d'Ivoire Petroci Côte d'Ivoire is the Continue
Mathieu Kadio-Morokro, President of the Pétro Ivoire Group
Mathieu Kadio-Morokro, President of the Pétro Ivoire Group Pétro Ivoire is one of the Continue
22 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Jean-Paul Kakou-Marceau, Directeur Général de SAPHYR, explique pourquoi la bouteille composite ultra sécuritaire B12 est une véritable révolution sur le marché du gaz domestique dans la Continue
27 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
The president of Petro Ivoire discusses the negative effects of the crisis on the oil and gas sector. Continue
27 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
The strategy of Petro Ivoire is to expand the distribution network, promote a new LPG terminal, and increase the size of the business. Continue
27 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
Today, Petro Ivoire is the most dynamic business in the sector and the company with the most potential for growth. Continue
05 October 2011 |
Ben Novak
Your browser does not support the video tag. M. Mathieu Kadio-Morokro, Président de Petro Ivoire, parle de la rentabilité sur les segments du gaz, des réseaux et des lubrifiants en Côte Continue
03 April 2012 |
Ben Novak
Incorporated in 1994 with a capital of 110 million CFA, Petro Ivoire, SA is a public limited company engaged in the distribution of oil products and gas. Continue
27 February 2012 |
Ben Novak
It is expected that the Gulf of Guinea will supply about a quarter of all US oil by 2015. Continue