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LPRC Managing Director Meets Petroleum Importers

The Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation (LPRC), Amos Tweh, met with the leadership of the Petroleum Importers Association of Liberia to foster collaboration and strengthen the industry.

The meeting, which was held during the afternoon hours of Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at the head office of the company, showcased the commitment to the growth and sustainability of the nation’s petroleum sector.

The discussion was around key industrial trends, regulatory updates and strategies to enhance efficiency in the supply chain of petroleum, and petroleum related products.

Tweh stressed the importance of unity and cooperation among stakeholders, while calling on all importers who have remaining balance with the entity to make sure that they are fully resolved.

“This leadership will do its best to create an enabling environment for your business to thrive, but you too have to be committed by making sure you settle your financial obligations with the company, and help to propel the implementation of the country’s development agenda,” he added.

The meeting was a platform for open dialogue, enabling participants to exchange insights, address concerns, and explore avenues for collaborative growth.

Tweh expressed optimism about the prospects of the gathering, foreseeing good progress that will benefit Liberia at large.

As Liberia continues to develop its energy infrastructure, such collaborative efforts play an essential role in the stable and sustainable supply of petroleum products. The both parties, at the end of the meeting, made a commitment to working hand in hand to contribute to the economic prosperity of Liberia.

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