Monday, December 4, 2017
Havana.- The joint venture ELF Gas S.A., established in Cuba two decades ago, stands out for its contribution to the commercialization of liquefied gas for domestic use.
The company runs a plant that sells liquefied gas in eastern Cuba.
The firm's expansion strategy aims to double the current production of 10,000 canisters of liquefied gas a day in a four-year period, and to build a new terminal to store fuel.
There are two liquefied gas plants in Cuba, one in Havana and the other one in the Hermanos Diaz refinery in eastern Santiago de Cuba.
The increase in consumption of liquefied gas is part of the country's priorities to improve people's quality of life.