After the Coraf and Ilogs in Pointe-Noire, Maixent Raoul Ominga, the Dg of the SNPC continued its raids in the structures under the trusteeship of the holding in Brazzaville. He set the course, at the beginning of April on an important service, the SNPC Aviation which manages the system of Hydrants. It is the service that treats the delicate fuel of aircraft commonly known as kerosene. Hence its installation in the airport field. At the Hydrants, DG Maixent Raoul OMINGA visited the facilities, including the extension of the storage site under construction. Due to lack of funding, only 10% of work has been stopped. DG OMINGA wishes to restart the work as quickly as possible, mobilizing all available resources.
To achieve this, he needs the help of those who would like to work well: "There is room for the SNPC only for those who love work," he could say to the staff of the Hydrants occasionally. In addition, a real need to strengthen the security of the site of the Hydrants was raised. The petroleum products of Hydrants being highly flammable.
It took about two hours for DG Raoul Ominga to pinpoint the reality of one of the SNPC's most sensitive services. It remains to give answers, as quickly as possible, to the problems identified.