We are AOMC
What do we do?
Our Core Objectives
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.
To liaise with, cooperate and collaborate with government, ministries, departments and other stakeholders on all matters pertaining to the petroleum industry.
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.
PROMOTE MEMBERS INTEREST
To promote the interests of its members within the petroleum industry and ancillary businesses within the Republic of Ghana.
To encourage and foster the development of a congenial environment for a healthy and lawful competition among members and other players in the petroleum industry.
The decision to form an association was based on the local Oil Marketing Industry being deeply aware of the need to preserve the Ghanaian market as a competitive market place governed by strict regulations, ethical behavior and fair play in the face of liberalization of the Oil sector in Ghana.
The Association acts as the Industry’s mouthpiece and technical body for participating in the development of standards for both business conduct and operations for all, and as an agent for change.
In the interest of self- governance, there is therefore the need to develop a ‘’code of Conduct’’, to guide members in the conduct of their businesses.