MRS Energy Group

Is an independent and diversified energy company – Made in Germany.

Our core business is sourcing and trading of petroleum products, liquefied gasses, and petrochemical. We are developing and providing energy products and solutions that support the energy transition towards Net Zero. MRS Energy helps deliver the Energy Security that millions of people depend on in today’s uncertain world.

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Energy Trading

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Energy Transition

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Future Energy

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MRS Energy has traders in offices all around the world. They find and develop reliable hydrocarbon resources, sources refineries, pipelines, and terminals and are actively involved in creating initiatives connected to current and future energy product flows and have first-hand knowledge of the markets. They also maintain long-term relationships with major market participants, including producers, refiners, logistics firms, and storage specialists.

  • Effectively manages market risk.
  • Maintains long-term relationships in key global markets.
  • Possesses expertise in identifying physical dislocations in the market.
  • Has extensive logistics capabilities.
  • Produces in-house market intelligence and analysis.
  • Has ownership of key physical assets that complement trading.
  • Possesses the ability to structure or pre-finance deals.

Open Me,

Gottfried Wilhelm (von) Leibniz a German scientist developed the modern concept of energy emerged from the idea of vis viva (living force), followed in 1802 lectures to the Royal Society by Thomas Young.

Finally, in 1905, Albert Einstein established the general equivalence of energy and mass with his theory of relativity, and the concept of “energy” was generalized into the form used today.

Renewable energy was the main energy source for most of human history

In the United States and many other countries, most energy sources are nonrenewable energy sources.

Throughout most of human history, biomass was the main energy source, for heat and to feed animals, for transportation and plowing. Nonrenewable sources began replacing most of renewable energy in the early 1800s, and by the early-1900s, today fossil fuels were the main sources of energy.

Black Gold

Oil is industry’s primary source of energy, and it is one of the biggest industries in the world. But it is also a significant source of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, which degrades our environment. Oil dominates every aspect of our lives, that people use for many different purposes: Mobility, the electricity, for the production of the daily goods, such as electronics, health, beauty, textile and medical, but even it can be found as well in the fertilizer for the soil in which our food grows.

History of Oil

We are not the first people in history to exploit oil as a resource.

3,000 B.C, the first recorded uses of oil, some of the earliest civilizations relied heavily on oil. It was used by the ancient people of the Middle East: Persians, Babylonians and Egyptians were using oil for different proposes. For thousands of years before the modern era, in 600 B.C. the Chinse transported in pipelines made from bamboo, with the earliest known oil wells being drilled in China in 347 A.D.

The Modern Era

The late 18th century and the early 19th century marked the creation of major oil companies that still dominate the energy industry today.
1859: The modern oil industry is born

1885: Oil is used to fuel motor cars

Zoroaster: The World’s First Tanker Ship

Nobel's Zoroaster, built in 1878, was the world's first successful oil tanker. The ship was designed together with Sven Alexander Almqvist and was built in Sweden. "Supertankers" are the largest oil tankers, and the largest mobile man-made structures. The global trade of crude oil, refined petroleum products, gas and chemicals reached more than 3.2 billion tons, according to UNCTAD. Oil tankers are responsible for transporting most of the world’s energy needs and plays a vital role for the modern life.

MRS Energy Group

MRS Energy starts his history in the beginning of the 20th century in Germany. Today the company is a major supplier of petroleum and petrochemical products, renewable energy, liquified gasses, and supports the energy transition towards Net Zero.

The Transition to Renewable Energy

Today when we think about energy sources, a diverse mix comes to mind – coal, oil, gas, nuclear, hydropower, solar, wind, and biofuels. Renewable energy sources are at the center of the ongoing energy transition. As a Germany company we proactively engage in the energy transition and has a balanced commitment to energy security and the energy transition.



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Low Carbon Energy

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Refined Products

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Polymers / Fertilizers

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