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President Sirleaf Dedicates New Fuel Unloading Facility

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has dedicated a newly constructed Fuel Unloading Facility at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company`s (LPRC) Petroleum Storage Terminal in Monrovia.

At a well attended ceremony by an array of government officials and development partners of the Liberia held on December 20, 2017 at the Product Storage Terminal in Monrovia, the Liberian leader recounted the state of the country's infrastructure which she termed as alarming and deplorable at the time but was marveled at the unimaginable and gratifying changes.

The Liberian leader said she was delighted that two critical projects that the country's economy depends on, the Fuel Unloading Facility and the Marginal Warf were completed. President Sirleaf thanked the World Bank and the European Union for their supports in completing these projects. 

Speaking earlier, LPRC’s Managing Director, Jackson Fiah Doe, Jr. thanked President Sirleaf for prioritizing the restoration of the country's broken infrastructure and putting Liberia on an irreversible path. Mr. Doe said that the construction of a modern state-of-the-art Fuel Unloading Facility will enhance operational efficiency by making it easier, safer and quicker in the discharge of petroleum products into the LPRC's shore tanks and eliminate the payment of demurrage which usually affects the company's profitability.  

Also speaking, Mr. David F. Williams, Manag...read more
Sumo Kupee Promises Continuity At LPRC
Professor Sumo Kupee the Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company has promised to pick up from where the outgoing head of the entity, T. Nelson Williams stopped in advancing the entity.
 
Speaking at a well attended  program graced by members of the Board of Directors and a cross section of high profile government officials and employees on Monday April 20, 2015 at the Product Storage Terminal on Bushrod Island in Monrovia, Professor Kupee assured staff of the corporation that he has come not to change anything but to build upon the achievements of his predecessor.
 
"Over the week end, I received a package from Mr. Williams containing the Act creating the LPRC, Worker Handbook and other documents. I will strengthen the five years plan and not change it " Professor Kupee said.
 
He challenged  the employees  to always do their best in performing their duties and avoid gossip. " To keep your job you must do your job and if you want to gossip, gossip me." He remarked. He assured  members of the senior management team of his fullest cooperation.
 
Speaking earlier, the outgoing Managing Director,  Mr. T. Nelson Williams recounted numerous achievements made by the entity including the construction of two  tanks that increased the storage capacity of the terminal by  6.2 million gallons of  mixed products,  the installation of security surveillance cameras to guide against theft  and other terroristic activities.
 
According to Mr. Williams, the...read more
BID FOR HIGH QUALITY PARBOILED RICE

Invitation for Bids (IFB) 
FOR HIGH QUALITY PARBOIIED RICE 
(IFB No. LPRC/ SBA /NCB/022/17/18)

1. Liberia Petroleum Refining Company intends to apply portion of funds allotted in its 2017/2018 Fiscal Budget towards the Procurement of High Quality Parboiled Rice for Employees.

2. The Liberia Petroleum Refining Company now invites sealed bids from only Liberian-owned registered bidders for the supply of High Quality Parboiled Rice for Employees for Fiscal year 2017/2018.

3. Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures as specified in the PPC Act.

4. The following are the minimum specifications and quantities:


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Our People

 

  “THROUGH THE HARD WORK AND DEDICATION OF THE STAFFS OF LPRC, WE ARE NOW ON THE PATH OF REHABILITATION”  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
      The Drivers Unit
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The future of LPRC is built on the excellence and diversity of its people.  This is why the Management Team is tasked with creation of the right environment that will attract and retain the right caliber of people needed to ensure the continued success of LPRC.    Our leadership has f...read more
LPRC Board official function

 Board of Directors

The Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) is led by a Board of Directors that cuts across several professional backgrounds to include Engineering, Business, Politics and Oil Deport Management. 

Our Board of Directors' role is to act as a steward of shareholder value and confidence in the Company:

It oversees the conduct of the Company’s long-term strategy and day-to-day business. 

It ensures that processes and systems are in place to mitigate risk and guarantee transparency and ensure compliance with regulations; environmental, health and safety policies; financial practices and reporting requirements.

 

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Mr. Stanley S. Ford is the Deputy Managing Director for Administration

Mr. Ford is a management, international trade and Human Resource professional with over 20 years of experience in organizational development, human resource development, public relations, marketing, business development, and international trade compliance.

Prior to joining the LPRC, Mr.  Ford served as the Assistant Director, Corporate Affairs, Financial Intelligence Unit of Liberia (FIU); Business Development Executive, Group Holdings, Liberia; International Trade Compliance Manager, Stratasys, Inc. Minnesota, USA; Assistant Commissioner of Customs, Liberia. He also served as a Human Resource consultant for several entities in Minnesota, USA.

 Mr. Ford holds a Masters in Management with emphasis in Human Resources, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the National American University, U.S.A.

Mr. Ford holds membership to several local and international professional organizations to include the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), and Forum for International Trade Training (FITT), Society for International Affairs (SIA), Interna...read more

The Executive Management Team (EMT)
  
The Liberia Petroleum Refining Company is led by a strong Executive Management Team (EMT) with a rich mix of both oil and gas industry expertise. It successfully combines entrepreneurial and management skills with extensive financial, legal, and technical knowledge while fostering dedication to customers, along with high ethical standards as a driving force of the company’s development and growth. Our executives have a proven track record of leadership within high-growth companies and bring a unique blend of professional experience used to engage teams and drive success at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company.
 
  
Jackson Fiah Doe, Jr.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Doe is the Managing director and chief Executive Officer of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company. Prior to his being appointed by the President as the Managing Director, Mr. Doe served as Deputy Managing Director for Administration from in 2010. 

As the DMD/A, Mr. Doe coordinated the reports of departments, held consultative meetings with them, and led the development of the company’s annual report. He was also responsible for the development and execution of the company’s administrative strategies, policies, and procedures. Furthermore, Mr. Doe ensured conformance with administrative policies and procedures by all departments and managed the recruitment and training of all staff of the LPRC, except top management.
 
Jackson F. Doe, Jr. takes over LPRC
On October 19, 2017 a formal Turn-over ceremony was held at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC PST) at 12:00 noon, when Prof. Sumo G. Kupee, turned the office of the Managing Director to Hon. Jackson Fiah Doe, Jr. Speaking at the ceremony, the outgoing Managing Director stated that it was through a “mutual understanding” between Her Excellency President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and him that he is leaving LPRC. He appreciated the Board of Directors of LPRC for their warm reception and support especially from the Chairman, Hon. Morris M. Dukuly. He pledged consultancy to the incoming MD and commended the Executive Management Team (EMT) for the level of cooperation and team work in moving the corporation and our nation forward.  

Speaking at the ceremony, Managing Director designate Jackson Fiah Doe Jr. commended Her Excellency President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for affording him the opportunity to serve his Country. He thanked the outgoing Managing Director Prof. Sumo G. Kupee, for his tremendous visible contributions and growth which he achieved toward the development of the entity. He also acknowledged the smooth and transparent transition of office and his support he pledged anytime to help boost the entity in the best way possible.

Adding, He urged employees to work harder in the shortest period to achieve the growth and implementation of the company`s future. 

Also Speaking at the ceremony, LPRC`s New Deputy Managing Director for Administration (DMDA), Mr. Abu B. Kamara said that he is looking forward in working with the work force for the development and growth of the entity.<...read more

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