ENOC Group Expands its jet Fuel Operations in Nigeria
ENOC authorized an aviation technological and advertising services arrangement with Raven Power, to support its jet gas supply operations in Nigeria.
His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group Chief Executive Officer, ENOC, said: "Today, we provide in excess of 2.8 Million United States Gallon of jet gas each day to a varied profile of clients in the UAE and worldwide. We've successfully created many partnerships and our partnership with Raven Power is one that we take pride in. We want to continue exploring future opportunities to boost the aviation gas facilities, while broadening abilities in the African market."
Raven Energy belongs to a multi-national Raven Resources Group which has branched out business operations across various sectors, including oil and gas trading, threat management, human resources getting in touch with, and independent power plants.
Adeniyi Makanjuola, Group CEO said: 'This is a significant advancement for Raven and offers a calculated partnership with a global industry leader that will certainly not only reinforce the infrastructure locally readily available however will certainly also give extra cost savings and improved performance by decreasing turnaround times.'
Since 1995, ENOC has worked with local oil firms at worldwide airports to provide jet gas to its customers. The Group has actually attained a consistent growth in global sales volumes, selling more than 60 Million US Gallons (USGs) per year outside the UAE.
ENOC provides jet gas to 150 airport terminals across 24 nations around the world. The Group likewise gives technological service aid along with aircraft responsibility insurance coverage to even more boost customer worth proposal. Over the last five years, ENOC has established a strong existence in the aeronautics sector worldwide with over 70 percent growth in its network, giving jet fuel to over 80 customers across airport terminals in the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia and Europe.
Headquartered in the United Arab Emirates, the Group's local air travel procedures gives greater than 55 per cent of Dubai International Airport terminal's jet fuel demands, via its two pipes linking its storage space terminals in Jebel Ali to the airport terminal. The Group has also introduced strategies to prolong a 16-kilometre jet fuel pipeline to Al Maktoum International Flight terminal, to meet the expected rise in traffic, due to projections mentioning that the UAE will certainly get more than 25 million visitors by 2020.