It is the failure observed on the tanks and the boiler on the ramp of production which affected the generator N ° 4 of this factory with as consequence, the systematic stop of the chain of production which occurred in this petroleum unit on March 5, 2019.
This technical incident, did not leave indifferent the general administrator of this company, Maixent Raoul Ominga, who went instantly in the economic capital, Pointe Noire, accompanied by a team of experts from Brazzaville to see the extent of the incident and to find emergency palliatives to remedy this situation. A team immediately set off together with the technicians of Coraf. "For Congo, the Congolese Refining (CORAF) is a strategic tool, hence the need to respond urgently to the problems that affect it," said the deputy head, during the crisis session he had with the staff of this company.
In this same context, discussions were held with the social partners, focusing in particular on the incident on the one hand and the future of the company on the other. Note that this is the 8th technical incident of this kind that the Congolese refining records. To dispel any pessimism to this effect, the administrator has reassured the partners as well as the clientele, pending any adjustments planned, the capabilities of this company to fulfill its missions despite these incidents of course inherent in technical hazards. Because, he said, "Coraf has backup generators and also benefits from electricity from the company Energie Electrique du Congo previously known as SNE". A note of optimism that did not prevent the deputy head to index the suppliers on the quality of products delivered to Coraf. It should be noted that the outcome of this crisis meeting, between the deputy head and all the actors involved in the production process, was punctuated by the preparation of a detailed report on the repetitive technical incidents, their causes and strategies to be put in place in the short and medium term.