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 « Latest News »  LPRC Senior Management Tours New Operations Building

 In quest of its desire to fast track the completion of the Product Storage Terminal (PST) Rehabilitation & Expansion Project, the Senior Management of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company led by company's Managing Director, Mrs. Marie Urey-Coleman on September 13, 2019 toured the new Operations Building.

The tour was led by the Site Supervisor of LUTECT Engineering & Construction, LTD, the firm hired to implement the PST Rehabilitation & Expansion Project, Mr. P. R. Goparmar and Mr. Bob Gizzie, Acting Assistant Manager of the Planning & Project Department of LPRC.
The Managing Director and team trekked and inspected every room of the four storey building during which they inquired about the quality and safety standard of materials being used.  Answering to the many inquires, Mr. Bob Even Gizzie said “we have  a rigorous quality control procedure that subjects every material used on the PST  rehabilitation and expansion project to a predefined quality assurance test to meet the quality as indicated in the contract."
For his part Mr. Goparkar informed the managing director that the building will be completed early November.
During the tour Mrs. Urey-Coleman  chatted  and interacted with technicians and casuals working on the project and expressed delight on the level of work been done  and thanked the combined team of  LUTECH Construction LTD and LPRC engineers and technicians. 
Among those accompanying the MD on the tour were, DMD/O, Bobby Brown; Chief of Office Staff/MD, Foday Soko Sackor; Staff of the Project & Planning Department.
When completed, the Operation Building will host several offices and personnel of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company; while the volumetric capacity of the PST will increase from 61,431MT to 91,422 MT representing 33% increment in addition to a new Bitumen storage tank with a capacity of 10,000 MT is to be completed.
Rehabilitation and Expansion project (Tecxico Tank Farm) is expected to increase from 61,431MT to 91,422 MT representing 33% or 91,422MT, a 10,000 MT capacity Bitumen storage tank.
Currently the storage capacity of the tank farm is 61,431 metric tons.

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