Our family and independent structure gives us agility but also requires us to generate significant self-financing capacity, to support innovation, and pursue our investment programs. It also requires us to make a lasting commitment in Liberia especially the South-East. Over the years we operate to offered our employees personalized and compelling experiences.

Each year, the company demonstrates its operational excellence and its ability to take on ambitious challenges. Importations and Distributions has evidently progressed in 2019 our customers base increased due to a sustained strategy of external growth and development, with one major project: our intention to sell high grades gas and diesel, and the acquisition of land in the Port of Harper to build our Petroleum Tank Farm, onshore project which offer a real synergy with PowerOil/Express Oil historic assets.

This improvement must now be consolidated and maintained through our technical and economic know-how, which is clearly demonstrated in how we control our costs, our ability to integrate expertise, the way we develop our assets and ensure rigorous maintenance – a real source of performance of across operations; and without forgetting security and integrity, which is at the heart of our commitments.

This know-how is supported by a real empowerment of the teams and the local management, who are the most capable of guaranteeing the integrity of the people and in turn the installations. For me, it is essential that each employee can go to work with full confidence, in a relaxed and constructive environment.

Finally, together with the management team, we strive to develop an involved and open management to allow everyone to express themselves and fully develop within this business. Because, I do not forget, it is thanks to technical excellence, a taste for innovation and a spirit of responsibility, all demonstrated by the women and men of PowerOiI/Express Oil Liberia, that we will be able to meet the challenges of tomorrow.”


Leon Danny Nyenetue