Petroci, Sahara Energy to construct US$43M LPG storage facility to increase consumption autonomy

CÔTE D’IVOIRE – Petroci, Côte d’Ivoire’s national oil company, in partnership with Sahara Energy and under advisory of international law firm Gide and Ivorian law firm SCPA 3K, is set to construct a 12,000-metric ton liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage facility in Abidjan. The total cost of the project is 23.9 billion CFA francs (US$43 million) and will increase the storage capacity of LPG in the country by 60%, thereby increasing consumption autonomy from 15 to 27 days and securing domestic LPG supply. The project will thus promote the uptake…

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