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Oil Marketing Companies inaugurates five oversight enforcement committees

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The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCs), on Wednesday inaugurated five industrial oversight enforcement committees, tasked to ensure integrity, probity, accountability and transparency in the pursuit of business objectives.

The members of the Technical Committee are, Mr Augustine Osei-Bonsu of Shell Ghana, Mr Marina Perez, Total Petroleum Company; Mr Patrick Akorli, GOIL Ghana; Mr John Amuachie, Strategic Energies; and Mr Yaw Asare Berkoh, Trade Cross.

Members of Legal and Ethics Committee are; Ms Abena Owusu of Total; Mr Steve Yaw Gyaben, GOIL; Mr Michael Bozumbil, Pacific Oil Company; Mr Kissi Appiah, Union Oil Company; and Mr Ben Nimako, Virgin Petroleum Company.

Members of Product Security and Operational Committee are; Mr Augustine Osei-Bonsu, Shell; Mr Oliver Peeter, Total; Mr Paul Tagoe, GOIL; Mr Stephen Ansah Adu, Modex Oil Company; and Mr Gabby Kumi, Trinity Oil Company.

Health, Safety, Security and Environment Committee is made up of Mr Alan Bernard Tackie, Shell Ghana; Mr Abraham de Veer, Total; Mr Kofi Nyarko, GOIL; Mr Alfred Buahing, Engen Limited; and Mr Murphy Ohene Owusu, Anasset Company Limited as members.

Membership of the Strategic Oversight Committee are; Mr Agbeko Lotsu, Engen; Mr Eric Turkson, Dukes Petroleum; Mr Michael Bozumbil, Pacific Oil, Mr Frederick Appertey Petrobay; and Mr Gabby Kumi, Trinity Oil.

Inaugurating the committees, Mr Emmanuel Abledu, Managing Director, Agapet Oil Company, and AOMC Board Chairman, said the association sought to promote among members responsible, accountable and legitimate Oil Marketing companies.

He said the association would continue to encourage the development and practice of safety, healthy and environmentally acceptable professional petroleum Industry.

Mr Kwaku Agymang Duah, Industrial Coordinator of the association, told Ghana News Agency that the association was injecting quality management system for customer-focused interventions at filling stations across the country.

He said quality management system involved all employees in continual improvement of all aspects of the customer relations and service provision, to use effective communication to integrate the quality principles into the culture and activities of the association.

Source: GNA

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