TotalEnergies Marketing Maroc Appoints Abdesslam Rhnimi Managing Director

TotalEnergies Marketing Maroc Appoints Abdesslam Rhnimi General Director (News Central TV)

Abdesslam Rhnimi has been named the new managing director of TotalEnergies Marketing Maroc, a Moroccan company that operates in the petroleum products market.

Tarik Moufaddal, the previous managing director of TotalEnergy’s Moroccan business, has been asked to take on new responsibilities within the firm.

Rhnimi’s new post will see him overseeing and supervising the company’s operations in the North African country.

In addition to operations, his additional responsibilities include conducting negotiations and initiatives on behalf of the Group in Morocco.

After eight years in the automobile business, Abdesslam Rhnimi joined TotalEnergies in 2002 as the Moroccan subsidiary’s HSEQ & Sustainable Development Director.

From 2004 to 2008, he worked in Operations and HSE before moving to Morocco in 2008 to take on the posts of Supply & Logistics Director and Gas Director.

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Rhnimi served as the company’s General Manager and Country Chairman in Tunisia until taking over as managing director of TotalEnergies Marketing Maroc on March 15, 2022.

Rhnimi graduated from the French university Science Po with a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in public policy and development management.

For almost 90 years, TotalEnergies Marketing Maroc has served the Moroccan market. Today, the company employs almost 600 people directly and over 5,000 people indirectly.

The company presently oversees marketing operations for more than 1.7 million tons of petroleum products and runs more than 370 service stations around the country.

The corporation has a 15 percent market share in the North African country and is a major contributor to the Moroccan government’s attempts to switch to renewable energy.

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The Moroccan hydrogen and green ammonia project, worth 100 billion Moroccan dirhams, was funded by the French subsidiary.

The company presently oversees marketing operations for more than 1.7 million tons of petroleum products and runs more than 370 service stations around the country.

The corporation has a 15 percent market share in the North African country and is a major contributor to the Moroccan government’s attempts to switch to renewable energy.

The Moroccan hydrogen and green ammonia project, worth 100 billion Moroccan dirhams, was funded by the French subsidiary.


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