Puma Energy is expanding its retail services across the country with a strong customer base across the major regions of the Highlands and Momase.
Today at a promotion, Puma Energy National Retail Manager, Jimmy Son, said they are developing products for the PNG market.
“We hope that we are able to reach out to more customers in the country and offer new offerings, such as the Puma gas cage (Tru Gas), we have it in Port Moresby and Lae, the rest of the country will get it soon also,” he said.
The company has enjoyed rapid growth since its takeover from InterOil in 2014 and that growth continues, with new products being produced onshore and sold to consumers.
Despite the economic challenges faced by the country, Puma Energy like many other companies across various sectors, has continued to invest heavily into the PNG economy.
Today, the company presented a vehicle to a Lae mother of four, Susan Henry, whose name was picked out of the Momase draw.
“My husband and I were trying to buy a car, but now I’ve won this, I am so thankful,” says Henry.
The expansion of Puma Energy shows strength in the country’s economy, but more so, confidence in the energy sector.
They’ve spent over US$80 million in building a supply chain and spending in other areas.