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We are NPMC
We are the Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NPMC), the most diversified petroleum marketing company in the English-speaking Caribbean.
- OUR MANDATE
- CORE VALUES
- OUR STRATEGIC PRIORITIES & PILLARS
Motivated by the unrelenting drive to deliver results, the Company’s established mandate remains as follows:
- ● Storage and distribution of petroleum fuels; and
- ● Blending and distribution of automotive and industrial lubricating oils and greases within Trinidad & Tobago.
- Quality Service
- Mutual Respect
TRUST / INTEGRITY
We will defend what is right and are guided by the principles of trust, fairness, honesty and abide by our code of conduct and ethics.
We willingly assist team members and will seek the interest of the team and embrace our roles to be positive and deliver consistently.
We will take ownership of customer issues as they arise with a view to assisting customers and take responsibility for consistent customer service delivery.
We will communicate and act in a dignified, courteous manner with our team members and other stakeholders and are willing to accept different points of view.
We will continuously deliver, meet commitments and produce work to the agreed standards.
We are optimistic and will go above and beyond the call of duty to deliver consistently and with excellence and we promote a positive, energising work environment.
To provide quality petroleum products and ancillary services in the markets we serve.
NPMC plays a pivotal role in the fuel industry by marketing:
- ● Petroleum Fuels
- ● Lubricants & Greases
- ● Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
- ● Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)by the unrelenting drive to deliver results.
- Profitable Revenue Growth
- Organisational Culture
- Management Methodology
- Domestic and Regional Market Expansion
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Leverage Information Communications Technology
- Develop Sustainable Strategy
Profitable Revenue Growth – and Maintaining Market Share
Profitable Revenue Growth – and Maintaining Market ShareWe challenge conventional thinking and seek innovative ways of expanding our offerings in both the local and regional markets and explore avenues for Service Station expansion, bunkering and other new business opportunities locally and in the region.
Values-based, Performance-driven, Safety-Oriented Organisational Culture
Values-based, Performance-driven, Safety-Oriented Organisational CultureWe act with the highest standards of integrity to empower employees to develop a corporate wide performance-based culture aligned to our growth strategy that will usher in increased employee engagement, improved competency and capability development and embedding a safety culture.
Embed company-wide Project Management Methodology
Embed company-wide Project Management MethodologyWe apply new approaches and seek out fresh, diverse perspectives to strengthen and improve performance in core processes with the goal of giving priority to those processes that directly impact performance in key strategic areas.
Domestic and Regional Market Expansion
Domestic and Regional Market ExpansionWe build stronger relationships with our markets and reconfigure our Brand and Marketing strategy to improve our brand position in the market while expanding across the CARICOM market and embed a culture of loyalty among the markets we serve.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)As a purpose-led, state-affiliated agency we strive to make a difference and pursue Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives that seek national interests and use our resources to drive sustainable positive change in the lives of our stakeholders and the communities we serve.
Future focus: A we strive to continue to make a difference, we will pursue initiatives that maximize the positive benefits for communities and for society by prioritizing our positive influence in the areas such as Education and capability development for employability, Social Investment, innovation and entrepreneurship. Culture of Environmental protections; and Sustainable and Resilient Cultural support.
Leverage Information Communications Technology (ICT) and Information Systems (IS) as a Business Enabler
Leverage Information Communications Technology (ICT) and Information Systems (IS) as a Business EnablerWe support innovation for the purpose of process improvement by adopting the widespread application of modern ICT/IS solutions through the ongoing redesign and upgrade of our ICT/IS infrastructure to support business efficiency, business process reengineering, business intelligence reporting and decision making.
Develop Sustainable Strategy
Develop Sustainable StrategyWe have an unwavering commitment to adopting sustainable strategies and business practices that demonstrate our active concern for, and determination to do the right thing in achieving our sustainable growth, without compromising the needs or well-being of future generations.
Board of DIRECTORS
With more than twenty-five years of consumer and corporate finance experience, Elson James has developed a track record of strategic expansion, profit creation and good governance at companies, locally, regionally and internationally.
He has held senior management positions at corporate giants such as Citibank, American Express, Ryder Systems and Unicomer and has worked throughout the English Speaking Caribbean, the United States and Asia. His most recent accomplishment includes spearheading the design and creation of JMMB Express Finance (an arm of the JMMB Group primarily focused on unsecured lending in the region) where he currently sits as the Chief Executive Officer.
Elson has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from the UWI St. Augustine and an MBA in Finance from Pennsylvania State University’s Smeal College of Business.
Melanie Sabrina Trim
Ms. Melanie Trim is an energy engineer with a wealth of diversified experience within the energy sector both locally and internationally. In 2011, she attained her BSc. in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, and gained invaluable wellsite experience offshore Trinidad and Tobago. She also worked in the United Kingdom where she received robust training in reservoir simulating, geoengineering, and modelling of assets within North Sea, and was an integral member of the Subsurface Technical Team during multiple drilling campaigns. Ms. Trim furthered her academics in Edinburgh Scotland, and graduated in 2015 with her Master of Science in Reservoir Evaluation and Management from Heriot Watt University.
Currently, Ms. Melanie Trim is the Manager of Energy Resources within the Department of Energy at the Tobago House of Assembly. She spearheads a host of clean energy projects, as a result of her proactive initiative in fortifying herself with training and certifications in Renewable Energy technology and Sustainable development strategies to embrace the imminent energy transition, in light of the global climate change and net-zero carbon agenda. Ms. Melanie Trim has served on Tobago’s Post-COVID Roadmap to Recovery Team as the Renewable Energy expert, is serving on the Cabinet appointed Permanent Local Content Committee for the energy sector, and is a part of the Integrated Resource and Resilience planning for Trinidad and Tobago’s electricity sector.
Sahid Hosein – CHAIRMAN
- General MANAGERS
- Senior MANAGERS
Chester Beeput joined NP as Production and Warehousing Manager in 2000, having worked as Production Planner with Caribbean Packaging Industry for just over four (4) years and later as Production Planner with Johnson and Johnson.
Mr. Beeput has considerable knowledge and experience with planning and scheduling of lubricant production, and over the last three (3) years, he acted as Divisional Manager Production and Distribution, where he had oversight of the supply and delivery of LPG and the Tobago and Dominica Operations.
Mr. Beeput holds a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from the University of the West Indies.
Mr. Jagdesh Ramdass
Lincoln Derek Harrison
Lincoln Derek Harrison is a seasoned Energy Sector professional having worked for over 25 years in Process Plant Management and Operations. Lincoln is a team builder with a strong HSEQ work culture and he brings his experience from working on several petrochemical projects.
Throughout his career Lincoln Harrison has developed and led successful groups which have built and implemented strategic plans and budgets for long term, safe, successful, profitable operations. He joined NP having over thirteen (13) years of experience in a technical role directly related to Process Plant operations in the Oil and Gas industry, having worked at companies such as Niquan Energy Trinidad Limited, World GTL Trinidad Limited, and Methanex Trinidad Limited.
Lincoln Harrison is a graduate of the University of the West Indies and holds a BSc. in Natural Sciences. Lincoln also possesses certifications in OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Incident Command System; Distributed Control System; Effective Plant Operator Best Practices; and Process Hazard Analysis Leader using HAZOP and What if/Checklist Techniques.
A Pillar of Strength
Owned by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, the Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NP) was incorporated in 1972. It was formed with the assets the Government purchased from the then BP Caribbean Ltd – the local marketing arm of the British Petroleum Group.
quality MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The Company’s facilities that are included within the scope of certification are the main storage and distribution facility at Sea Lots, the Crown Point Installation in Tobago, the Pointe-à-Pierre Bond and the Piarco Airport Installation.
NPMC’s operations are conducted according to international laboratory accreditation requirements. We are registered with the Chevron-Texaco General Test Survey Programme and our laboratory is linked still, further across the Atlantic, to the Institute of Petroleum, London. The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards calibrates measuring and test equipment used in our laboratory. NPMC is also pursuing ISO 17025:2017 Certification for our Laboratory.
When NP acquired the marketing assets of The Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company (Trintoc), the Company also inherited a lubricants blending plant at Sea Lots. Under NP’s ownership, the plant was initially licensed to produce a range of lubricants blended to formulations under the Shell brand name. In 1981, NP launched its own brand of lubricants.
NP is the primary marketer of motor gasolene in Trinidad and Tobago. It is supplied exclusively by Petrotrin, and sold through the 160-odd operating service stations and fishing co-operatives, of which 60 are located on premises owned or leased by NP, and 40 on the property owned or leased by dealers.
NP manufactures a wide range of engine, gear and hydraulic oils by blending base oils with imported additives. NP enjoys about 50 of the local automotive lubricants market.
The hub of NP’s activities takes place at its 22-acre bulk storage facility and Head Office located at the Sea Lots Complex. We also have gantry filling facilities at Pointe-à-Pierre and Tobago, and branch offices at Cocoyea and Piarco.
ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFICATE
FOIA- FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
Freedom of information Act
In accordance with Sections 7 (1) (b), 8 (2) (b) and 9 (2) (b) of the Freedom of Information Act 1999 (FOIA), Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NP) is required by law to publish updated statements that list the documents and information generally available to the public.