Over 700,000 home energy
Taifa Gas Tanzania Limited (TAIFA GAS) started as Mihan Gas Company Limited (MIHAN GAS). The company was incorporated in the United Republic of Tanzania in 2005 with certificate of incorporation number 52508, as a limited company under the Companies Ordinance (Cap 212), The Company spent two years in its initial business startup investment in Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and eventually commenced business in 2008. In 2017, the company was acquired by new shareholders and subsequently, in 2019, the company name changed from Mihan Gas Company Limited to Taifa Gas Company Limited to reflect company’s new Vision and Mission. Taifa Gas Tanzania Limited operates under Taifa Gas and Mihan Gas brands as observed through its LPG cylinders and other related equipment.
Taifa Gas has other 20 operating depots in Mwanza, Mbeya, Moshi, Dodoma, Singida, Morogoro, Iringa, Kahama, Kigoma, Songea, Njombe, Manyara, Bukoba, Geita, Tabora, Musoma, Arusha, Sumbawanga, Tanga and Shinyanga. Two depots Mwanga and Lindi are in final stages of construction.
Be a leading company that positively impacts people lives through provision of clean energy that sustains human development and protects environment.
Taifa Gas is committed to deliver clean energy to every doorstep by ensuring quality product availability and affordability as well as quality service delivery through effective investment.
To invest and conduct Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) business with focus on;
Our LPG storage terminal and filling plant in Kigamboni-Dar es Salaam is currently the largest facility of LPG storage in Tanzania, with a capacity of 7,450MT. This is the main company storage facility which is used to receive and store imported LPG for Taifa Gas business.
It is at this facility that filling and re-filling of Taifa Gas cylinders is done for onward distribution to the retail market. Also, it is at this terminal that our bulk LPG is loaded into trucks and transported to the Taifa Gas depots spread across 20 regions in Tanzania, to facilitate easy access of the product by the consumers.
At the same time, it is at this terminal that LPG is loaded onto export trucks for export into countries such as Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Congo and Burundi where we supply LPG.