Mr Mittelman (right) and Dr Oteng-Adjei Total Petroleum Ghana Limited is to revamp its stations throughout the country at the cost of GH¢10 million.
The move forms part of the oil company's commitment to providing quality products, reliable and efficient services in a safe environment to its customers. The company said the project would last for three years.
These came to light when the Vice President of Total Africa Middle-East, Stanislas Mittelman, and the Managing Director of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited, Jonathan Molapo, paid a courtesy call on the Energy Minister, Dr Anthony Oteng-Adjei at his office in Accra last week.
Mr Mittelman was in the country last week Monday to attend the company's board meeting. The visit of Mittelman was to congratulate the Energy Minister on his appointment and also discuss current matters in the downstream petroleum sector among which were the fluctuating crude oil prices on the world market, the ongoing deregulation exercise and investment opportunities in the downstream activities.
Mr Mittelman assured the Energy Minister of the confidence Total has in the Ghanaian economy and enumerated some of the investment projects being undertaken by his outfit.
Mr Molapo, Managing Director of Total Petroleum Ghana Limited also used the occasion to assure the Minister that “total will continue to play an active role as a responsible corporate citizen contributing positively to the economic growth of Ghana”. From Business Desk