Renergen Limited, an integrated alternative and renewable energy business listed on the JSE’s Alt-X, has announced that its subsidiary Tetra4 has secured an agreement with Black Knight Group for the sale of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG). The transaction will fuel approximately one hundred trucks, significantly reducing carbon emissions and operator costs and improving vehicle lifecycle maintenance.

Black Knight Group has 20 years’ experience in the fuel industry has been distributing fuel products across South Africa and the wider SADC region. In recent years Black Knight Group has developed a logistics division aimed at providing holistic fuel solutions for clients.

Tetra4, a vertically integrated gas producer, holds the first and (currently) only onshore petroleum production license issued by the Department of Mineral Resources through the Petroleum Agency of South Africa. Renergen invests in early stage energy projects across Africa and emerging markets. Its current investments include Tetra4 and additional exploration rights for natural gas in the Evander area.

“Tetra4 is proud to be associated with Black Knight as they embark on their new venture to disrupt the local logistics market using cutting-edge technology and international best practice,” says Stefano Marani, Renergen CEO.

“The use of alternative fuels by suppliers continues to take centre stage, providing cleaner and safer solution for businesses as well as the environment. Through our partnership with Tetra4, we can now ensure that these ongoing benefits – including cost savings - are passed on to our clients,” says Black Knight CEO Jacques D’ymant.


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