Mena Tradex, an Egyptian Liquefied Petroleum Gas company, is exploring business a opportunity in the Republic of Ghana, West Africa.
The company is looking at the possibility of establishing CNG Virtual Pipeline in Ghana through a Public Private Partnership, Build Operate & Transfer (BOT).
Consequently, officials of Mena Tradex, earlier this week, visited Ghana and held talks with officials of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Ghana’s petroleum downstream regulator.
Mena Tradex was established in 1992 by Eng. Ahmed Al-Gawish.
Mena Tradex has a special position in the development of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) business and structures in Egypt.
It offers consulting services, EPC, maintenance, and after-sales experience in gas projects.
Through its experience in the LPG market, Mena Tradex was commissioned to prepare market research and feasibility studies, as well as provide unique and diverse services to customers.