Total to invest in sustainable energy

    Total to invest in sustainable energy
    Total Tanzania

    Last updated: July 25, 2019.

    Total East and Central Africa has assured Tanzanians that it was not only the leading oil company in Tanzania by providing the best services and superior products but also a true Partner in development through their continued investment drives.

    Speaking recently in Dar es Salaam, Total East, and Central Africa Vice-President, Mr. Jean Christian Bergeron, said besides investing in the Tanzania-Uganda Oil Pipeline, it will continue to invest more in other sets.

    “At Total, we believe that development can only be sustainable if it is shared,” he said at a recent CEO’s Round Table Meeting held in Dar es Salaam, adding:

    “Total’s development model is based on making an active, positive contribution at the local level in line with the expectations of our stakeholders through shared developments.”

    Bergeron assured Tanzanians that his company’s aim was to build constructive, sustainable developmental relationships with Tanzanians, whose support is a key factor in the success of Total businesses” he observed.

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    He said the energy industry was today faced with a multitude of economic and social challenges and particularly high expectations from the society as a whole. At Total, there is a determination to provide tangible solutions to the challenges of local people. The social and economic development lies at the heart of community’s commitment and industrial responsibility.

    The vice-president mentioned Total Excellium as just one of the by-products of Total’s commitment to the development of renewable energies as much a strategic choice as an industrial responsibility.

    He said they were doing their part to diversify the global energy mix by investing in renewable, with a strategic focus on solar energy and bio-energies in future. The use of Total Excellium will reduce the greenhouse gas emission and improve energy efficiency. Tarik Moufaddal, Total Country Chair and Total Tanzania Managing Director, emphasized that the use of Total Excellium in Tanzania is dedicated to total commitment to better energy.

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    “We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality services and products across our nationwide network by delivering vital and tangible benefits.” He said.

    Former Chairman of CEO’s Roundtable, Ali Mufuruki, commended Total Tanzania, saying it was doing a good job by not only providing superior services but also for being climate-conscious by producing eco-friendly and environmental-friendly products. Speaking on Total Excellium, Director of Corporate Affairs Marsha Msuya said it was a new high-tech fuel that cleans vehicle engines — providing lasting protection and ensuring better performance.

    It also lowers fuel consumption and reduces polluting emission, which is available at the same price as regular petrol and diesel in all total stations nationwide. She said; “Total Excellium is made by an unmatched set of high-quality fuels that cleans and provides lasting protection to engines — to ensure that they perform better, use less fuel and produce fewer polluting emissions.

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    Marsha added that it was also compatible with all existing vehicles, including cars, light utility vehicles, two-wheelers, and trucks. ‘’It cleans engine, uses less fuel, pollutes less and lasts longer”.

    The Director of Network, Nikesh Mehta, noted that Total Excellium formulation has been optimized with specific detergent additives to clean the engine’s vital components and keep them clean over time. The result is up to 89% less build-up for diesel engines and up to 93% less for petrol engines.

    By eliminating deposits on fuel delivery systems, total excellium keeps engines performing at their optimum level over time. Altogether, such engine cleaning and protection technologies lead to reduced fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions

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