Xpress Gas connects Afram Plains to Liquefied Petroleum Gas network

Xpress Gas, a leading Ghanaian LPG marketing company in Ghana has launched a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) delivery and point of sale (POS) innovation in the Kwahu Afram Plains Districts of Ghana. The LPG point of sale, which is the first of its kind, in the Afram Plains is aimed at directly connecting LPG users…

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AOMC Mark’s 5th Annual Safety Week with A Call For Members to Prioritize Safety

Over the years, the country has experienced a number of accidents that claimed lives and property with the majority of them happening in the capital, Accra. Notably among the accidents include; the June 3, 2015 floods and fuel station explosion in which, over 150 lives were snuffed out in the most horrifying circumstances. Another accident…

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AOMC Board Meets the Minister for Energy, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh

As part of the wider industry familiarization, the Board of Governors of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) called on the Honourable Minister for Energy, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh at his office. It was an opportunity for the AOMC to introduce the Newly Constituted Board to the Minister as key partners of our collective…

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AOMC Schools OMCs and LPGMCs on Industry Human Resource Professional and Legal Compliance

The AOMC, as part of its efforts to promote best practices and standards in Human Resource Management for its members, organized a two (2) day Human Resource Professional and Legal Compliance training. The training was held on Tuesday, 22nd & Wednesday, 23rd February 2022 at the GIMPA Executive Center. The training program was aimed at…

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AOMC Press Release Clarity On Purported Removal of The Price Stabilisation and Recovery Levy on Petrol and Diesel The AOMC View

Our attention has been drawn to some publications purporting that the two-month removal of the price stabilisation and recovery levy would lead to a reduction in fuel prices in the next pricing window. The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) would like to react as follows: The current pricing window ends today Friday, 15th October…

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Fuel prices expected to increase from October, 16

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) and the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) have indicated that prices of fuel will be adjusted upwards by at least 7 percent at the pumps come Saturday, October 16. Reports in the media revealed that fuel prices would be revised on Friday, but the Chief Executive Officer of the…

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Felix Gyekye, MD Of Glory Oil Is The New Board Chairman Of The Association Of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC)

At a Board meeting held at the office of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) on 27 July 2021, members of the Board overwhelmingly elected Felix Gyekye, Managing Director of Glory Oil Company Limited as the New Board Chairman. He takes over from Henry Ofori Akwaboah, MD of Engen who is resigning from his…

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Three Deputy Energy Ministers Sworn into Office; Charged to be Loyal to Minister

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has sworn into office 39 deputy ministers including three deputies for the West African nation’s Energy Ministry. The three deputy Energy Ministers are Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, who also the MP for Karaga Constituency, William Owuraku Aidoo and MP for Afigya Kwabre South and Kofi Egyapa…

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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…

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Recent Fuel Price Increase on Hikes on Global Oil Market – AOMC

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies says the recent increase in fuel prices is due to a hike in the global oil market. Fuel prices at the pumps shot up from GHS6.05 to GHS6.23 over the weekend, an increase that many consumers have expressed concerns over. On the other hand, oil prices on the world…

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