Ghanaian Chronicle

Accredited Oil Marketing Companies Named

Date published: February 19, 2013

By:Masahudu Ankiilu Kunateh

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The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCs), on Monday named 51 accredited oil marketing companies in good standing for business in 2013.

The companies are: Agapet Oil Company Limited, Naagamni Oil Company Limited, Allied Oil Company Limited, Obiba J.K. Company Limited, Anasset Company Limited (Gas), Oando Ghana Limited, Ap Oil & Gas Company Limited, Pacific Oil Company Limited and Bano Oil Company Limited.

Others are: Petrobay Oil Company Limited, Benab Oil Company Limited, Quantum Petroleum Company Limited, Capstone Oil Company Limited, Strategic Energies, Crown Petroleum Ghana Limited, So Energy Ghana Limited, Champion Oil Company Limited and Sonnidom Energy Limited.

Dukes Petroleum Company Limited, Superior Oil Company Limited, Excel Oil Company Limited, Shell Ghana Limited, Ev Oil Company Limited, Sky Petroleum Company Limited, Engen Ghana Limited, Star Oil Company Limited and Fraga Oil Company Limited, were also named.

The rest are: Trinity Oil Company Limited (Gas), Frimps Oil Company Limited, Top Oil Company Limited, Galaxy Oil Company Limited, Total Petroleum Company Limited, Grace Petroleum Oil Marketing Company, Trade Cross Limited (Gas), Ghana Oil Company Limited and Ubi Petroleum Ghana Limited.

Glory Oil Company Limited, Unity Oil Company Limited, Glasark Oil Company Limited, Union Oil Company Limited, Havilah Oil Company Limited, Universal Oil Company Limited, and Jeokona Company Limited.

Virgin Petroleum Company Limited (Gas), Kaysens Oil Marketing Company Limited (Gas), Venus Oil Company Limited, Lucky Oil Company Limited, Modex Oil Company Limited, Manabah Gas Company Limited, Merchant Oil Ghana Limited, and Nasona Oil Company Limited.

A document obtained from AOMC by Ghana News Agency in Accra on Monday, noted that although it was not a requirement for all network marketing companies to become members of the association, members stood to benefit from corporate recognition.

The group called on oil marketing companies who are yet to register with the association to come on board. .

It also tasked its members to strictly comply with all laws including anti-trust legislation of Ghana whilst avoiding engagement in adulteration practices.

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