Three-member TOR IMC sworn in after MD’s sack

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The Minister for Energy, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has sworn in a 3-part Interim Management Committee to administer the undertakings of the Tema Oil Refinery as a component of endeavors to rebuild and redo it.

The director of the 3-part IMC is Mr. Nobert Cormla-Djamposu Anku. Different individuals are Mr. William Ntim Boadu and Mr. Okyere Baffuor Sarpong. The board of trustees’ terms of reference incorporates, among others, guarantee the smooth exchange from the outgone Directors, attempt specialized and human asset reviews just as getting and surveying feasible organizations for TOR, assuming any.

Talking after the swearing-in at the processing plant, the Minister noticed that TOR and its devastating obligations, infrastructural issues, and hardware have been all around noted and that since the fourth Republic each President has contemplated esteem expansion to our regular assets.

The Public Relations Officer of the service, Kwasi Obeng-Fosu in a meeting said the Minister of Energy Dr. Prempeh stressed the need to track down the right organizations, administrative framework, and hardware to empower TOR to fill in as an essential partner in the oil and gas area and asked the IMC individuals to be tenacious in their work and get their rich experience to bear releasing their command.

Dr. Prempeh further encouraged the staff of the treatment facility to get all previous rancours behind them, help out the IMC and strive to guarantee the achievement of the processing plant.

The PRO, Kwasi Obeng-Fosu added that the board of trustees is to present its report, including discoveries and suggestions, to the Hon Minister within three (90 days.

Francis Boateng and his delegate Ato Morrison, who has been in charge of the upset state-possessed processing plant since May 2020, were purportedly presented with their excusal letters last Friday 11 June 2021 by the Ministry of Energy, as indicated by the Business and Financial Times.

Their excusal is coming scarcely a month after reports recommending the Ghana Water Company had sliced water supply to the treatment facility over a GHC6 million obligation.

A few parts in the energy area have throughout the long term raised worries about the lessening fortunes of the nation’s sole petroleum treatment facility.