Liberia: LPRC MD, Importers Ass’n Forge Stronger Partnerships for Liberia's Petroleum Sector Growth

LPRC’s New MD, Amos Tweh

The Managing Director of Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), Amos Tweh, has convened a significant meeting with members of the Petroleum Importers Association of Liberia to foster collaboration and strengthen partnerships within the petroleum industry.

The gathering, held on February 7, 2024, at the company's Bushrod Island headquarters, showcased the commitment of both institutions to the growth and sustainability of Liberia's petroleum sector. 

The discussions revolved around key industry trends, regulatory updates, and strategies to enhance efficiency in the supply chain of Petroleum and Petroleum-related products. 

Mr. Tweh emphasized the importance of unity and cooperation among stakeholders, while at the same time calling on all importers who have outstanding arrears with the company to ensure they are fully settled. 

"This leadership will strive to provide the enabling environment for your businesses to thrive, but you too have to be committed to ensuring you settle your obligations with the LPRC and help to propel the implementation of the country development agenda" he noted.

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

The Managing Director expressed optimism about the positive outcomes of the meeting,  foreseeing strengthened relationships that will ultimately benefit the entire nation.

As Liberia continues to develop its energy infrastructure, such collaborative efforts play a pivotal role in ensuring a stable and reliable supply of petroleum products. 

The Managing Director and the Petroleum Importers Association during the meeting committed to working hand in hand to contribute to the economic prosperity of the nation.