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   US$ 3.55 US GL    GASOLINE (PMS)
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Turning the Curve of Infrastructural Dormancy to a Restoration of its Facilities

 Years of civil war and other reasons caused most of the company's facilities around the country to lied idle in ruin due to lack of maintenance and repeated looting. Previous management teams started the resuscitation of the company's facilities but the processes were stalled by either legal or other impediments.

The current management team is now turning the curve of dormant and failed infrastructure to a full restoration of its facilities. For instance, the Crude Storage Terminal located within the perimeter of the Freeport of Monrovia which has not been operational but dormant for three decades has been fully rehabilitated, refurbished, upgraded and reconstructed to the standard of the American Petroleum Institute (API) under a Consolidated Leased Management Agreement with a local petroleum company, Conex Petroleum Group Incorporated. 
» LATEST NEWS FROM LPRC
In Support of Government Pro-Poor Agenda, LPRC Board & Management Cut down Salary & Benefits

 The Board of Directors of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) has with immediate effect reduced its Board Fees and benefits.

 The LPRC Board of Directors reached the decision after a lengthy discussion during its first sitting on February 20, 2018 in Monrovia.

According to a resolution from the office of the Chairman, signed by all its members, the Board sai...read more

FIRST LADY MRS, CLAR WEAH PAYS COURTESY CALL ON LPRC MANAGEMENT

The First Lady of the Republic of Liberia, Mrs. Clar Weah on Friday March  2, 2018 paid a courtesy call on the management of the Liberia Petroleum  Refining Company (LPRC). 

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