Ghana’s only refinery, Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), has rejected claims by Woodfields Energy Resources Ltd, one of its clients, that it has caused a shortfall in their product volumes to the tune of US$5.7 million.
The oil and gas firm, in a statement issued to respond to media reports suggesting that it owed the state firm, stated that its checks revealed that the refinery rather has caused them to lose about $5.7 million in products volumes.
However, a statement issued by TOR on Thursday rejected the assertion by Woodfields Energy Resources Ltd.
According to TOR, at no point in the ongoing product material balance between them and Woodfields had any such shortfall being established.
The company expressed shock at Woodfields Energy Resources for creating such an erroneous impression in the media that TOR caused a shortfall in their products in the company’s tanks.
“TOR values the professional relationship established with Woodfields and all our clients and will, therefore, not resort to ways that will jeopardise same.
“TOR assures all our customers of its commitment to delivering its services to the highest standards,” the company said.