BB Energy is one of the world's leading independent energy trading companies. For over five decades we have been applying our depth of specialist experience to oil refining, logistics, storage and financing across the world.
With challenges consistently facing the energy industry, we are constantly evolving, using advanced systems, procedures and processes to provide the best answers for our clients. This evolutionary approach not only applies to our services, but also our people. All of which can give our clients a competitive edge.
Our experienced traders are situated in our offices throughout the globe; industry specialists who count gas, crude oil, light and middle distillates, as well as bitumen, as their specialities. These trading experts are supported by a highly skilled team of operations, shipping and finance personnel concentrated in Athens.
At BB Energy, we are constantly evolving in order to meet new challenges, while developing our personnel to ensure a competitive edge.
We are committed to acting as a model corporate citizen at all times and benefitting the local communities in which we operate.
BB Energy places emphasis on environmental protection as well as health and safety, particularly regarding oil-related storage activities.
Employees are required to act honestly and ethically when dealing with business counterparts. A zero tolerance approach to any deviance from such requirement is adopted throughout the group.Read more
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British trading firm BB Energy on Thursday won two contracts to market Guyana’s share of crude production through deals that will pay the South American country premium fees of between 26 cents and 70 cents per barrel over market price.Read more