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Vivo Energy Reports HY Rev Of $3.90 Bln
Vivo Energy Says 2019 Performance Begins In Line With Expectations
Vivo Energy Says FY Net Income Of $146 Mln, Up 13%
Vivo Energy PLC is a United Kingdom-based company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants to retail and commercial customers in Africa. The Company's retail offers fuels, lubricants, card services, shops and services, quick service restaurants, convenience retail, other auxiliary services and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). Retail fuel products include Shell fuelsave (diesel and unleaded), Shell V-power (diesel and unleaded), Shell diesel extra, and Shell unleaded extra. Its lubricants products include Shell Helix, Shell rimula, and Shell advance. The Company's commercial offers comprehensive range of Shell fuels (including LPG) and lubricants products to commercial customers. The Company also offers card services, such as Shell card, private motorist payment and prepaid card.
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3rd Fl, Atlas Hse, 173 Victoria Street
John Patrick Daly
Independent Chairman of the Board
Christian Georges Chammas
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Johan Stefaan Edgard Depraetere
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Bernard Le Goff
Executive Vice President - Supply & Distribution West Africa
Executive Vice President - Retail, Marketing and East & Southern Africa
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* Supply disruptions in Kenya, Uganda and Ivory Coast weighed
Vivo Energy reported on Thursday a drop in third-quarter gross cash profit, hit by a slowdown in retail volume due to short-term supply disruptions in Kenya, Uganda and Ivory Coast.
Africa retail fuel venture Vivo Energy <VVO.L> is set to close the purchase of a network of filling stations owned by Engen Holdings with the exclusion of operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the London-listed firm said on Tuesday.
Africa retail fuel venture Vivo Energy has reached a promised deal to purchase a network of filling stations owned by Engen Holdings with the exclusion of operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the firm said on Tuesday.
* Completion date for acquisition of 300 Engen stations unclear
Vivo Energy, Vitol's Africa venture, reported an 8 percent rise in half-year core profit thanks to higher volumes, in its first set of results since it listed in May.
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