The inauguration ceremony of the service station SNPC D took place on August 13, 2013 in Djambala in the Plateaux department. Placed under the patronage of the Minister of Hydrocarbons, André Raphaël Louemba, the event was attended by the governance team of the National Oil Company of Congo represented by: the chairman of the board of the SNPC, Denis Auguste Marie GOKANA, Chief Executive Officer of the SNPC Executive Board, Jérôme KOKO, Deputy General Manager of Amont Petrol, Charles Alfred SOCKATH, Deputy General Manager Finance and Accounting, Calixte NGANONGO, with whom were a representative sample of the staff of the SNPC as well as local political and administrative authorities.
In fact, this event was another step in supplying the hinterland with petroleum products. This is in line with the orientation of the President of the Republic, Denis SASSOU NGUESSO, to mesh the entire national territory in distribution infrastructure for petroleum products.
After Ewo in the West Cuvette in 2011, Kinkala in the Pool in 2012, Mongo Kamba in Pointe-Noire in 2013, Djambala has completed the list of beneficiary localities of the policy of opening up the hinterland as a source of energy.
Djambala's new petrol station is 21 meters long and 8 meters wide, covering an area of 168 m². All metal parts are hot-dip galvanized, that is to say covered with zinc. It is the most ecological surface coating known to date, and the most resistant in time. She weighs 18 tons.
The cover is hot-dip galvanized, non reflective for the neighborhood and for aviation. The false ceiling is made of hot-lacquered aluminum strips, making cleaning easy with a sponge and water without detergent harmful to the environment.
All pillar claddings are also in white or blue lacquered aluminum according to the SNPC D charter. The island is made of stainless steel (stainless steel) shaped with rounded corners, softened not aggressive for the comfort and the safety of the customer of the station.
The signage, the banners of the awning are illuminated by 25,650 LEDs requiring only the consumption of 4,200 watts. The front faces are in altuglas with the application of film in the colors of the Republic of Congo. Under-surface lighting is provided by 8 low-energy luminaires and 6 emergency lighting for user safety. The life of the awning is 50 years old.
This awning is the most complex ever made, and becomes a representative symbol of the Congo. The totem is 6 m high and weighs 600 kg. The price display is done by digital remote control.
- The storage consists of 3 tanks including one of diesel with 30 m3; one of super with 30 m3 and one of kerosene with 15 m3.
- Distribution of customers: the station is equipped with manifold of 6 valves for the supply of the pumps in order to distribute 2 different products by pump and by face.
- The central island is equipped with 3 new generation Tockeim type 410 pumps with a video screen that indicates the product, price, advertising messages and messages of the SNPC-D when the pistol is unhitched. The oil dispenser is equipped with electronic calculator. It is also the first service station to provide equipment for motorcycles.