GOIL adjudged number one in OMCs category


• Mr. Akorli (second left), flanked by executives of GOIL, displaying the Club 100 award.

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), has adjudged Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) as the number one in the Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) category and number eight in the overall 2015 Ghana Club 100 listing.

The longest standing indigenous OMC received the award at the 2015 Ghana Club 100 ceremony held at the State House Banquet Hall, Accra.

Commenting on the award, the Managing Director of GOIL, Patrick A.K. Akorli, who received the award said, “GOIL still remains the number one OMC in the retail division, with its vision to be a world-class provider of goods and services in the petroleum and other areas of the energy sector.

“The company is the longest standing indigenous OMC in the country wholly owned by the people of Ghana. Even though the company has gone through some turbulent times recently, our dedicated board, management, staff and agents have worked tirelessly to ensure we reach this far.”

Mr. Akoli added: “We dedicate this award to all who have played various active roles in ensuring that GOIL remains the number one OMC retail division and number eight on Ghana Club 100 2015 listing.”

GOIL markets quality petroleum and other energy products and services at all its branches in an ethical, healthy, safe, environmentally friendly and socially responsible manner.

The company has made operational two subsidiaries; a Bulk Oil Distribution Company (BDC), known as GoEnergy Limited, whose operations are to distribute petroleum products to the Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs); and GOIL Offshore, a bunkering oriented firm to provide offshore bunkering services.


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