Aminata Sierra Leone is striving to serve its customers throughout Sierra Leone better and for that we are constructing our filing station outlets right across the country which will feature the most recent efficient pumping machines and a standard minimarket for an urgent onsite shopping needs. The company is rolling out its first sets of filing stations across Sierra Leone. We are happy to introduce our Kerry Town filing station site around the Peninsula Highway.
Aminata Sierra Leone is actively completing its extra-modern fuel storage facility at Cline Town. Once completed, the company will boast of one of the best petroleum storage terminal in the country. The facility will include Two storage tanks which will store 10,000 tons of its imported Diesel. This cannot be achieved without the abled efforts of the CEO, Mr. Mohamed S. Turay, and the construction team including the Engineers.
As the company observes all environmental impacts issues on its surroundings, Aminata Sierra Leone receives its Environmental Impact license from the Environmental Protection Agency of Sierra Leone (EPA). This came in after the company completed its Environmental Impact public disclosure at Cline Town where it is refurbishing its extra-modern petroleum terminal. The event was graced by a cross section of Aminata Sierra Leone management, members of the Environmental Protection Agency, constituency member of parliament, councilor, chief, youth organizations, the media, and residents of the Cline Town community and its surroundings. The event was climaxed with questions from the stakeholders and community members which were clearly clarified by the company. The community was happy to receive Aminata Sierra Leone’s operations in their community while the company pledged to work closely with the community and provide the necessary corporate social responsibility as may arise from time to time.
As the Petroleum Regulatory Agency (PRA) Sierra Leone is making the downstream petroleum sector of Sierra Leone a compelling place to invest, Aminata Sierra Leone gets its provisional petroleum license to enable the company starts operations in the importation of petroleum products in the downstream petroleum sector of Sierra Leone having completed the fundamental requirements set out by the agency.