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Pierre Eladari to step down as Puma Energy CEO

Puma Energy Singapore Pte Ltd, the leading midstream and downstream energy company, has announced that Pierre Eladari is stepping down as CEO and will leave the company.



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Pierre Eladari has been a driving force behind Puma Energy’s growth since joining the company (originally as part of Trafigura) in 2004. Under his leadership the company has become a leading player in fuel distribution around the world with a presence in 49 countries, $15.2bn of revenues in 2017 and more than 3,000 service stations globally.

“It’s been an exciting journey building Puma Energy over nearly 15 years. I am very proud of the business the team has created and now is the time for a new CEO to come on board and help take the company to the next level,” Pierre Eladari commented.

The Board of Puma Energy is commencing a search for a successor. In the meantime, Pierre will continue in his role and the plan is that he will transition his responsibilities to the new CEO.

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