Puma improves services in PNG

 PUMA Energy continues to improve the facilities of its service stations throughout Papua New Guinea to provide customers with a quality fuelling service, according to National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop.

Parkop said this during the re-opening of the Hohola Service Station in Port Moresby yesterday after the outlet underwent refurbishments.

He said Puma Energy had improved and provided quality fuel stations in Port Moresby as well as other parts of the country over the last few years.

“They have been rolling out service stations, including Rainbow and Gerehu in Port Moresby and other centres,” he said.

According to Puma Energy, the Hohola Service Station is the first of three service stations planned for refurbishment this year as part of its ongoing programme to modernise and expand its network of 100 service stations.

The site, which is open 24 hours, is run by Ipali Ltd.

Puma country general-manager Hulala Tokome said the new station demonstrated its commitment to giving customers the best possible experience.

“Our investment covers all areas of our operations with upgrades to our facilities at Alotau terminal, Badili Service Station, Napa Napa Refinery and Rabaul terminal, as well as financing in our growing Pumagas business.”

Meanwhile, Puma Energy PNG retail manager Gideon Karali said: “We not only aim to give our customers the most modern and efficient refuelling experience but also help develop PNG’s vital small-medium enterprise (SME) sector.

“All except one of our sites is operated by an SME and we have more than 400 working with us both in our retail and Pumas Gas businesses.”

Source : The National / Pacific Mining Watch

Next : PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum Commends EITI on 2019 Report Release

Previous Post Next Post