About Pangea Energy

Pangea Energy (Europe) Ltd is a UK based fuel trading company specialising in the trade of refined oil products. The company sources product from various geographical regions and optimises its position through marketing and trading. Our objective is create and develop a successful, sustainable asset backed trading platform in Europe and beyond. We also want to make a positive long term investment into the worlds energy infrastructure to benefit homes, communities and business alike.

Pangea Energy (Europe) Ltd operates in all risk management tools, including the futures market and a range of other derivatives. We bring high standards of risk management and operational excellence to our customers while maintaining sophisticated risk management systems, processes and controls.

Financial, operational and market risks are an integral element of commodities trading and physical supply. They cannot be wholly avoided, but can be planned for and managed. We take a comprehensive approach to hedging and marketing to help our clients achieve their goals and objectives.

Pangea Energy

The company has emerged as a strategic partner in the physical and electronic trading of energy products. Objectives of the company are to identify worldwide low-priced flows of product, liaise with our counterparts and transport by the most appropriate and cost effective method.

What We Do

Pangea Energy (Europe) Ltd is a privately-owned trading house and marketing specialist
in the global commodity industry.

Fuel Oil

Vessels and barges burn different types of bunkers. This means they require different requirements for density, viscosity, sulphur and a few other specifications.

Jet A1

Jet A1 is a kerosene grade of fuel suitable for most turbine engine aircraft. It has a flash point minimum of 38 degrees Celsius (100 F) and a freeze point maximum 0f -47 degrees Celsius.

Ultra

Ultra-Sulphur Diesel (ULSD 10ppm) is a low sulphur diesel and widely used. The fuel goes through a refining process where sulphur is removed up to a figure of 10 parts per million (ppm) or less.

Marine Fuel

Marine Fuel, (also known as heavy oil, fuel or furnace oil) is a fraction obtained from petroleum distillation, either as a distillate or a residue.