In his communications addressed to them, he listed the main actions to be taken to relaunch SNPC weakened by the economic crisis, due to the fall in the price of a barrel of oil, and enable it to contribute to the State budget.
In his first communication made on 15 March to the Group's managers and employees, DG Maixent Raoul Ominga, as he did on 12 March in Brazzaville. In the face of the SNPC staff, including its subsidiaries SNPC Distribution, SPF (Petroleum Drilling Company), SONAREP (National Research and Production Company) and CORAF, Maixent Raoul Ominga presented the 4 priority areas set out in its roadmap for the next 4 years.
It is about making the SNPC an oil producing company, his main objective. “The SNPC was created to produce oil first”, saying that the company has the human resources to carry out this action. He also focused on improving the country's supply conditions for CORAF's finished petroleum products at the pump, including all companies in its supply chain. The SNPC must improve its performance through a dividend policy so that it contributes significantly to the State budget. Emphasizing the capacity building of human resources, through a training plan, he passed on the message to the Group's staff to successfully celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the SNPC on 23 April.