On 16 March 2018, the CEO of the Snpc went to Pointe-Noire for a visit of the structures under his tutelage, not least. The Congolaise des Raffinages (Coraf) is the first subsidiary to visit.
Three stages will be the highlights of Dg Ominga's visit to Coraf, one of Snpc's most important subsidiaries, commissioned in the early 1980s.
First, the meeting with the staff delegates, then the visit of the factory, guided by its Director and finally, direct and unrestricted exchanges with all the staff. His discussions revealed several concerns, including the need to train staff, visit career plans and renew staff. Despite the obsolescence of equipment, Congo's petroleum refining plant is still very operational and running at full capacity. This, moreover, has elicited the satisfaction of DG Ominga who did not fail to congratulate the Director of the Factory, Mr Patrice Yao Koffi.
Reassured, Dr. Ominga reminded Coraf staff of the role and importance of this subsidiary in structuring the Snpc. This role corresponds well to the aspirations of DG Ominga, revitalization of the Snpc through the production of petroleum products. This is the DNA of the Snpc that Dg Ominga plans to reclaim from the Society whose full responsibility is now entrusted to him, for a term of 4 years. From this point of view, the oldest of Snpc's subsidiaries has the means to meet the challenge of converting crude oil into finished petroleum products, given the good performance observed by Drs Maixent Raoul Ominga during this field trip. .