The Association of Oil Marketing Companies

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies is an industry association and a private initiative by the oil marketing operators in Ghana. We are an advocacy institution established to help direct downstream policy, legislation and regulation and pursue research towards the development of the downstream sector.



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Policies & Guidelines

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To promote the image of its members and to further help periodically build the capacity of members in terms of protecting the lives of workers, ensuring safety, quality, security and also new and emerging fields within the industry

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To liaise with, cooperate and collaborate with government, ministries, departments and other stakeholders on all matters pertaining to the petroleum industry.

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To promote the interests of its members within the petroleum industry and ancillary businesses within the Republic of Ghana.

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Influence Policy

To influence national policy-making and legislation to the extent that the same affect the petroleum industry, and more specifically to provide technical advice and input towards the government’s initiatives in the development of the sector.

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Petroleum Price Indicators (As of 22nd October, 2020) 
Web Logo PBU Effective 16th Oct, 2020 (27th Sept-11th Oct, 2020 Averages) Estimate for PBU Effective 1st Nov, 2020 (12th-26th Oct 2020 Averages) % Change
FX Rate (Commercial Banks Average) (GHS/USD) 5.8647 5.8713 0.11%
Crude Oil (USD/BBL) 40.46 41.24 1.92%
Petrol(USD/MT) 401.48 383.80 -4.40%
Gasoil(USD/MT) 328.05 335.23 2.19%
 LPG(USD/MT) 389.90 395.91 1.54%
Jet/Kerosene(USD/MT) 324.85 339.18 4.41%
Fuel Oil(USD/MT) 275.68 285.11 3.42%
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Gov’t Signs Agreement With ExxonMobil

Boakye Agyarko Government is anticipating increased activities in Ghana’s oil exploration activities with the coming on board of ExxonMobil. The Minister of Energy, tells Citi Business News the move will also increase government’s revenue from the sector to propel economic growth and transformation. ExxonMobil’s investment in the oil sector becomes the first major one in…

Association Of Oil Marketing Companies PETFUN Games 2017

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCS) has wrapped up the 2017 Petroleum Fun Games with outstanding performance from Kabore Oil Limited sweeping five trophies and one first runner up trophy as well. Kabore took away the Football, Lime and Spoon, Ludo, Draught trophies as well as the first runner up trophy for the Playing…

Petrosol Wins 3 Awards, Including Fastest Growing OMC In 2016

Petrosol, a solely Ghanaian-owned Oil Marketing Company(OMC) operating more than 70 fuel stations has been adjudged the fastest growing OMC in the country by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC). The OMC’s Marketing Manager, Akwesi Zigah was awarded the Best Marketing Personnel while Florence Nyarko also won Overall Best Pump Attendant for Petrosol. Receiving the…

Tighten Noose Around Petroleum Black Market Dealers – OMCS

Accra, April 26, GNA – Scores of Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) on Wednesday called on the National Security to tighten the noose around Petroleum Black Market dealers whose infiltration into the sector posed a great risk to the national economy. Mr Henry Akwaboah, Managing Director of Engen Ghana Limited told the Ghana News Agency in…

Illegal Fuel Importers Cost Gh¢850m Loss Annually – NPA

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has disclosed that Ghana loses about 850 million cedis annually in taxes, due to the increased activities of fuel smugglers into and out of the country. The illegal act is said to involve operators who ply their business at the ports by fuelling tanks with fuel products brought into the…

Black Market Dealers Infiltrate Into Ghana’s Petroleum Sector – AOMC’s

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCs) has lauded government’s effort to instilling discipline in downstream oil marketing sector and to ward-off infiltrators whose nefarious activities cause the nation to lose millions of cedis in tax revenue. The government lost revenue in excess of $500 million in 2016 through the illegal activities of Petroleum Black…

Energy Minister Inaugurates New TOR Board

The Minister of Energy, Boakye Agyarko, has sworn into office, the board members of Tema Oil Refinery (TOR). The ceremony took place on Monday, 13th March 2017 at the Ministry’s conference room in Accra. After administering the Oath of Office and Oath of Secrecy to the members, the Energy Minister congratulated and expressed gratitude to…