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The petroleum company Engen relies on tourism growth of Mauritius




The petroleum company Engen has lately purchased 15% of storage infrastructures welcoming aviation fuel from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam airport of Plaisance.

According to the company, the storage of petroleum products via the grouping of management method of the consortium enterprises enables the company to be more competitive.
 
The petroleum company Engen thus expects a tourism growth and an increase in flights around the Mauritius destination.
 
Engen Petroleum is a South African petroleum company. 80% subsidiary of the Malaysian group Petronas, it is represented on the African continent.



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