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Launch of Vivo Energy signals new era for African energy
Vivo Energy, the company formed by Vitol, Helios Investment Partners and Shell to distribute and market Shell-branded fuels and lubricants across Africa, enters its first day of trading today in 7 countries: Cape Verde, Mauritius, Madagascar, Morocco, Mali, Senegal and Tunisia. Over the next few weeks, the Shell companies in these 7 countries will register their new names, starting today in Morocco, where Societe Shell du Maroc has become Vivo Energy Maroc. All businesses will use Vivo Energy as the name of their corporate entity. Also making its debut today is Shell and Vivo Lubricants, which will manufacture and blend Shell branded lubricants for distribution across Africa. It will market and sell lubricants through exclusive Master Distribution Agreements with Vivo Energy companies.

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Eni enters the Republic of Togo through the acquisition of two offshore blocks
The Energy and Mines Minister Dammipi Noupokou of Togo and Eni CEO Paolo Scaroni, with the COO of Eni Exploration & Production Claudio Descalzi, signed today two Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs) covering the country’s offshore area. These agreements sanction Eni entry in Togo.

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