Rubis manages the largest fuel distribution network in the Caribbean area, reflected in nearly 400 fuel service stations.
Regarding the islands in Hurricane Irma's path between 5 and 7 September (Antigua, Saint-Barthélemy and the Turks and Caicos Islands), all storage depots are operational.
Material damage has affected a marginal number of fuel service stations (less than 2%) in Saint-Barthélemy and the Turks and Caicos Islands. To date, the fuel distribution has resumed, thanks to the installation of generators. Material damage will be covered by the Group's insurance policies.
Furthermore, Rubis Antilles Guyane and Sara, the Group's refinery are actively providing human, technical and logistical resources and are organizing humanitarian aid to the victims of Saint-Barthélemy, as well as Saint-Martin, where the Group has no operations. PWKD14092017
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