Singaporean joint-venture firm donates $100,000 to COVID-19 central committee

Union Minister U Win Khaing hands over US$100,000 donated by National Energy Puma Aviation Services Co., Ltd to Union Minister Dr Myint Htwe on 15 July. PHOTO: MNA
Union Minister U Win Khaing hands over US$100,000 donated by National Energy Puma Aviation Services Co., Ltd to Union Minister Dr Myint Htwe on 15 July. PHOTO: MNA

The National Energy Puma Aviation Services Co., Ltd (Joint Venture of Myanma Petroleum Products Enterprise and Puma Energy Group Pte., Ltd) donated US$100,000 to theNational-Level Central Committee for Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19 atYadana Hall of the Ministry of Electricity and Energy yesterday. Union Minister of Electricity and Energy U Win Khaing, Union Minister of Health and Sports Dr MyintHtwe who is also the secretary (2) of central committee, Deputy Minister of Electricity and Energy Dr Tun Naing, Permanent Secretary U Tin MaungOo, Permanent Secretary of Health and Sports Professor Dr ThetKhaing Win, departmental officials and invited guests attended theceremony.
Union Minister U Win Khaing said that the National Energy Puma Aviation Services Co., Ltd, which distributes aviation fuel in Myanmar, donated $100,000from its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) budget. The NEPAS is a joint venture in51 per centshare withMyanma Petroleum Products Enterprise, which was under the Ministry of Electricity and Energy and 49 per centof Singapore based Puma Energy Group Pte. Ltd and started distributing aviation fuel in Myanmar since 2015. Currently, the NEPAS contributed about $1.2million for the CSR programmes to date. Afterwards, Union Minister U Win Khaing handed over the $100,000of the NEPAS to Union Minister Dr MyintHtwe who expressed words of thanks in return for the donation. Similarly, the other joint ventured firmswith Ministry of Electricity and Energy such as POSCO International Cooperation, HYUNDA, Mee Lin Gyaing Electric Power Company Limited and PTTEP Company have donated 15,000 UTM tubes, 5 ventilators and 1 test kit, totally worth about$362,500 to the Ministry of Health and Sports. The total donation amounted $462,500 to date.—MNA (Translated by KhineThazin Han)

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