The Suape Port Industrial Complex, located on the coast of Pernambuco, will gain a new LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) tanning terminal, more popularly known as cooking gas. Carlos Rottela, president of the Edson Queiroz Group, announced last Wednesday (14), that the terminal will hold 1.5 million tons of LPG.
The partnership between the Edson Queiroz Group, a global storage player and Copa Energia, will increase the supply capacity of cooking gas, in addition to generating jobs. With the beginning of activities, the Northeast, which is the region most affected by fuel deficiency, had gained prominence and autonomy in the sector.
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