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Vivo Energy Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG)

Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG)


Vivo Energy is firmly established as a major player in LPG in the African marketplace and we have ambitious plans for growth across the continent. We meet the needs of both large commercial customers and local communities, where LPG is a safer, cleaner and more efficient alternative to the traditional fuels used for cooking and heating. Our LPG is stored, distributed and delivered under three widely recognised and trusted brands: Shell Gas in Cape Verde, Mauritius and Uganda; Butagaz in Morocco and Tunisia, and Afrigas in Kenya

With multiple filling centres, distributors, storage terminals and truck fleets, we offer customers an efficient and professional network ensuring secure and reliable products and services and a consistently competitive energy solution.

Our leading-edge gas installations, designs and technology provide customers with highly advanced, safe, reliable and fit-for-purpose energy solutions designed to produce product at the lowest energy input cost.

We are growing our business as customers increasingly switch from biomass to LPG as part of a wider movement towards anti-deforestation and cleaner air. We are also actively entering new markets.

Countries in which we operate: Cape Verde, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Tunisia and Uganda.


Smarter stock management keeps the gas flowing


When approached by the Marrakech-based Essaadi Garden and Resort Palace to tackle a long-standing issue of frequent propane stock-outs, the Vivo Energy Morocco business quickly mobilised a support team to provide an innovative and practical solution. It involved the creation of a telemetry system that would bring daily measurement of stock levels to the operation, together with a sharper focus on logistics and efficiency.  

With the Vivo Energy team delivering positive stock-management results and the added benefit of reduced operational costs, Essaadi Garden and Resort Palace decided to renew its supply contract for 10 years, purchasing around 650 tonnes of propane annually.