After the Coraf, Ilogs another subsidiary of the Snpc as important as necessary with vocation, take care of the heavy and delicate logistics of the Snpc. Ilogs was also visited by Dr. Ominga. It is clear from this visit that Ilogs has fulfilled its role to date, despite the difficult economic circumstances associated with the global hydrocarbon crisis. It is therefore as a wise man that the Dg Ominga visited the facilities of Ilogs located in full PAPN (Port of Pointe-Noire). Under the leadership of the CEO of the said subsidiary, Mr. Alain Okoï, Ilogs did not fail to expose his difficulties on the occasion. In the context of a recession in the gas and oil sector, they are of a material, administrative and, of course, financial nature.
Dr. Ominga, who took note of all the problems listed, promised to make every effort to provide some answers to the extent of the means of the National Society.
After that, Dr. Ominga also met the staff of Ilogs as he did everywhere, where he went, in the structures under his tutelage of the Snpc. Here again, the concerns of the staff are the same: training and career plan came back in grievances. It is worth remembering that the descent of the Dg Ominga to Pointe-Noire, in the structures under guardianship, obeys the dynamics impulsed by the four priority axes of his action at the head of the Snpc, announced as soon as he takes office. It is :
- Restore the vocation of a truly oil-producing society to the SNPC;
- Contribute to significantly reducing fuel shortages in the country;
- Contribute effectively to the state budget as the main provider of resources;
- Update, and continuously, the training of staff according to the trades.
To these four main axes, it is necessary to graft a preoccupation that presents itself as a fifth axis, that of the societal action of the Snpc that intends to effectively reinvigorate the Dg Maixent Raoul Ominga, through the Foundation of company, during his mandate.