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The strange contract between Mauritanian Star Oil (Tidiani Ben Al Houssein) and Electricité de Guinée

The strange contract between Mauritanian Star Oil (Tidiani Ben Al Houssein) and Electricité de Guinée

Despite an exclusive agreement tying Star Oil and Electricité de Guinée together since 2015, Jeune Afrique Business+ has learned that no fuel oil order has been placed with the Mauritanian group since June 2018.

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            ▪ The strange contract between Mauritanian Star Oil (Tidiani Ben Al Houssein) and Electricité de Guinée

▪ Despite an exclusive agreement tying Star Oil and Electricité de Guinée together since 2015, Jeune Afrique Business+ has learned that no fuel oil order has been placed with the Mauritanian group since June 2018.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/803913/le-drole-de-contrat-du-mauritanien-star-oil-tidiani-ben-al-houssein-avec-electricite-de-guinee/

01/04/2020 at 15h23, by Aurélie Benoit

According to our sources, however, the contract continues to be valid. The exclusive contract concerns the supply of fuel oil to Electricité de Guinée by the oil company Star Oil, but sources close to the story explain that no orders have been placed with the Mauritanian oil company for almost two years, since June 2018, with no particular explanation.

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