Puma Energy

Puma Energy In Figures

Total assets in 2023:USD 4.5 billion

Number of petrol stations: About 2,000

Number of airports served: 117

Puma Energy is a Swiss multinational mid- and downstream oil company majority-owned by Trafigura, a multinational commodity trading company. Puma Energy’s principal activities are the ownership and operation of storage facilities for petroleum products and the sale and distribution of the same.

The company operates in 37 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

Puma Energy organises its activities into two main business units:

  • Midstream activities, which are principally the storage of oil and gas products
  • Downstream activities, which include the refining, distribution and wholesale and retail sale of refined products

Midstream activities are supported by 62 owned terminals and depots for a total of 3.1 million cubic metres of storage capacity for a variety of products, including automotive and aviation fuel, LPG and bitumen. Most of Puma’s storage capacity, around 1.2 million cubic metres, is located in Europe.

The company owns and operates two refineries in Nicaragua and Papua New Guinea.

Puma Energy’s core downstream segments are wholesale and retail automotive fuel, lubricants, aviation fuel, LPG and bitumen. The company owns and operates a network of around 1,979 branded petrol stations, primarily located in Latin America, that supply automotive fuel and convenience services. 

Puma Energy supplies aviation fuel, including sustainable aviation fuel at around 117 airports and airfields mostly located in Africa and Latin America. In the bitumen segment, the company has approximately 400,000 tonnes of capacity for storage and blending supported by Trafigura’s fleet of owned and long-term chartered vessels for delivery.

As of 2024, the company had 311 operational solar sites and solarised petrol stations for a total of 11.8 MW of installed capacity.

Puma Energy News and Interviews

Pumangol's retail strategy TEY_post_-Ivanilson-MACHADO
Angola - November 28, 2023

Ivanilson Machado, CEO of Pumangol, talks to The Energy Year about the current state of the company’s retail business, the…

Puma to be listed
Angola - September 15, 2017

Puma Energy will likely be listed within five years, CFO Christophe Salmon told the media Thursday.
The company needs to improve its financial reporting and bring…