Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Engen Ltd.
Engen Ltd. engages in refining crude oil and marketing petroleum and related products. It focuses on the downstream refined petroleum products market and related businesses. The company offers automotive fuels and lubricants, industrial fuels and lubricants, aviation fuels and lubricants, marine fuels and lubricants, bitumen, and chemicals and special products. It serves motorists; and commercial customers, such as fleet, chemicals and special products, marine, mining, aviation, and lubricants businesses. The company sells its products through its network of convenience stores in South Africa. It also exports its products to Africa, the Indian Ocean Islands, and internationally. The company ...
Corner of Riebeeck and Long Street
Cape Town, 8001
Founded in 1881
Key Executives for Engen Ltd.
General Manager of Legal & Company Secretariat and Director
General Manager of International Business Development and Director
General Manager of Human Capital and Director
Director of Special Projects and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Engen Ltd. Key Developments
Engen, Annual General Meeting, Jun 24, 2015
May 22 15
Engen, Annual General Meeting, Jun 24, 2015., at 13:30 Indian Standard Time. Location: Gaborone International ConventionCentre. Agenda: To receive and consider the audited financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2014; to approve the dividends as recommended by the directors; to consider election of Directors; to appoint auditors for ensuing year and approve the remuneration for the past years audit; and to transact such other business as may be transacted at an AGM.
Airports Company South Africa Slaps BP Southern Africa, Chevron, Engen, Exel, Shell SA and Total SA with ZAR 15 Million Lawsuit
Jul 28 14
Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) has demanded ZAR 15 million in a lawsuit slapped on six petrochemical giants for the embarrassing three-day fuel shortage that threatened to ground carriers flying from OR Tambo International Airport two years ago. According to documents filed at the South Gauteng High Court by the government-owned airport management services and logistics firm, BP Southern Africa, Chevron, Engen, Exel (now held by Sasol), Shell SA and Total SA have been asked to pay Acsa ZAR 15 million plus 15.5% annual interest. Acsa says it inked a five-year deal with the six firms in April 2011 to receive, store, supply, distribute and convey aviation fuel at a bulk fuel location at the OR Tambo International Airport. But, the busiest airport in Africa witnessed shortages for three days from November 16 to 18, 2012. The situation was so bad that some of the airport's providers had to transport fuel from Durban by rail and through pipeline. Acsa was told on 15th November that year of the impending shortages of usable jet fuel. The six firms have been asked to pay Acsa ZAR 5 million for each day there is a shortage and the total volume of usable fuel must not be less than three times the daily average, in terms of the deal.
DHL Express Signs Retail Partnership with Engen
Nov 19 13
DHL Express and Engen have signed a retail partnership, in a bid to provide customers with better access to global express services. A consumer looking to send documents or parcels overseas can simply walk into an Engen service station to send their shipment, ensuring greater convenience and accessibility to the powerful global network which DHL offers. This includes all domestic and international shipments to major centres across over 220 countries worldwide. The project, which will pilot at four Engen service stations in the Namibian capital Windhoek, will then be rolled out in phases. Botswana, Ghana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Tanzania are earmarked for the second phase. Consumers will also be able to take advantage of DHL's new product offering, Express Easy, at the Engen outlets. Express Easy provides an easy way to send documents or parcels, as consumers can choose an envelope or one of seven box sizes and enjoy a fixed price for that size, rather than paying a rate based on the weight of the parcel.
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