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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Our Members Current List

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Events Upcoming

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Policies & Guidelines

Our service

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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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Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid appointed NPA Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA). He is replacing Mr Hassan Tampuli who is now a Member of Parliament for Gushegu and has been designated as a Deputy Minister of Transport. Dr Abdul-Hamid will start work on July 1, 2021. A journalist, academic and…

PETROSOL Ghana receives triple ISO certification

PETROSOL Ghana Limited has received triple International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification. These are ISO 9001: 2015–Quality Management System; ISO 14001:2015–Environmental Management System and ISO 45001: 2018–Occupational Health & Safety Management. The Chief Executive Officer of PETROSOL, Mr. Michael Bozumbil, indicated that the certifications are an external endorsement of the company’s tireless efforts over the…

AOMC Training in Fuel Station Management for OMCs Class of 2021

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) held the Advanced session of its training in Fuel Station Management for Oil Marketing Companies on 21st – 23rd March 2021. This session marked the second and final part of the series of trainings, structured for Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) for the year 2021. 50 delegates from respective…

AOMC Launches Petroleum Safety Week (Photos)

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies in the Republic of Ghana has launched the 4th edition of the Annual Petroleum Safety Week with a call on members to prioritise safety in order to prevent accident at their work places. This year’s Safety Week is on the theme: ‘Reinforcing Positive Behaviour At The Workplace To Achieve…

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…