Mercuria Energy Group Limited operates as an integrated energy and commodity trading company worldwide. It is engaged in sourcing, supplying, and trading crude oil, fuel oil, middle distillates, gasoline and naphtha, biofuels, natural gas, LNG, power, coal, dry bulk, hard commodities, agricultural products, environmental products, base metals, and soft commodities. The company also operates a portfolio of assets, including production, logistics, and storage interests. It trades physical oil, energy products, and other commodities from business hubs in Geneva, London, Singapore, Shanghai, Chicago, and Houston. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Larnaca, Cyprus with additional off...
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Founded in 2004
Mercuria Considers Strategic Review Of Henry Bath
Oct 5 14
Mercuria Energy Group Limited is set to launch a strategic review of Henry Bath & Son Limited. "We are open to the idea of having an investor taking a substantial stake in Henry Bath,” Marco Dunand, Chief Executive of Mercuria, said.
Potential Buyers For Metro International- Reports
May 21 14
Mercuria Energy Group Limited and BTG Pactual Group (BOVESPA:BBTG11) could be interseted in Metro International Trade Services LLC, a unit of Goldman Sachs Group, Merchant Banking Division, Metal Bulletin reported citing sources.
Mercuria And Amromco Mulls Acquisitions
Sep 23 13
Mercuria Energy Group Limited and AMROMCO Energy SRL signed an equity agreement, under which Amromco and Mercuria will establish a marketing joint venture for commodities in Romania, providing additional gas marketing opportunities. "The investment will also provide additional funding to accelerate the development of the company's other existing assets, which comprise 30 producing, development and exploration concessions across Romania, and enable it to look for additional joint venture and acquisition opportunities in eastern Europe." Amromco Chief Executive Officer Ron Carpenter said the investment from Mercuria would enable the company to accelerate growth, through increasing production from existing assets and the acquisition of additional opportunities. "The agreement also places the company in a good position to execute on additional strategic partnerships with regional dominant oil and gas companies," Carpenter said.