On 25th August around thirty participants received their certificates for having attended a five-day seminar in Bata, on the handling, transport and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas.
The Equatorial Guinea National Society for Gas (SONOGAS), in collaboration with the Regional Delegation for Mines and Hydrocarbons, organised the seminar to train users, sellers and transporters of domestic gas, and thus guarantee safety in the handling of this energy derived from petroleum.
The Governor of the Litoral Province, Bartolome Owomo Nze, in his capacity as the highest representative from this district, closed the seminar in the name of H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic.
The general management of SONAGAS advised those taking part that the gaseous product must be kept in places regulated for its storage, at a suitable temperature, and not exposed to sunlight, as can be seen at some points of sale, endangering our own safety and that of the users of the product”, declared the governor.
The trainers for the seminar were engineers from the SONAGAS-Malabo general management.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea