In an interaction with the Media at a news briefing on the activities of the company in Accra, Mr Akwaboah said the company in currently working to break into the country™s mining sector business which has been monopolized by the major players like Total Ghana, SHELL Ghana and the Ghana Oil Company Limited.
He said ENGEN Ghana™s vision of having a standardized integrated system to manage Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) at all its sites of operation have been achieved.
Mr Akwaboah said this is to make the company compare its performance with ENGEN Petronas best eight international practices put in place by the company to manage its element for HSEQ success.
He said the elements are leadership and commitment, policy and strategic objectives, organization and responsibilities, hazards and effects management, procedures and documentation control, assurance, management review and implementation, monitoring and corrective actions.
Mr Akwaboah said ENGEN Ghana has grown from its two service stations, and is now operating a growing retail network of 23 sites, with five more to be added by the end of next year, adding that its annual turn-over has currently grown from eight to over three hundred billion Ghana cedis .
śWe currently serve more than 60 commercial customers across the broad spectrum of Ghanaian businesses, but not limited to mining, shipping, marine, construction, transportation haulage and power generation.
śOur distribution network for both bulk fuel and range of lubricants has all been outsourced to private companies who transport the products to our customer under payment arrangements regulated by the National Petroleum Authority.ť
Earlier, the company as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility donated an Elements Table Chart to Ghanata and Amasaman Senior High Schools (SHS), and La-Bawuleshie Junior High School to help the students in the study of Science.
Mr Fred Adaglo, Assistant Headmaster of Amasaman SHS, on behalf of the schools, thanked the company for the gesture, and appealed to other corporate entities to emulate the ENGEN example.
ENGEN Ghana Limited started in Ghana in 1998 as an Oil Marketing Company.