According to the Bank’s website, Yara Oil SA (the “Company”) is a privately owned Malian company founded in 1983. Yara is transitioning from distributing fuel to the mining sector (B2B) to expanding its presence in the retail segment. The Project aims to support Yara Oil expand its retail business by building new 20 fuel distribution stations. With this engagement Yara Oil intends to take the first steps towards energy transition in Mali, including piloting electric vehicles charging stations, solar panels to power the service stations, and distribution of small-scale clean energy solutions nationwide.
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Yara Oil SA
Mr. Mohamed Idrissa Keita
Mining & Projects Manager
+223 66 75 34 92
Faladiè – Avenue de l’OUA – BP:2998 – Bamako – MALI
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