Trafigura is a commodities group, owned by its employees and founded 30 years ago. It deploys infrastructure, market expertise and a worldwide logistics network to move oil and petroleum products, metals and minerals, gas and power. It invests in renewable energy projects and technologies to facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy, including through joint ventures H2Energy Europe and Nala Renewables. The Trafigura Group also comprises industrial assets and operating businesses, including multi-metals producer Nyrstar, fuel storage and distribution company Puma Energy, and the Impala Terminals joint venture. The group employs 12,000 people and is active in 156 countries.


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