Omera Gas One Limited, a joint venture company between Omera Petroleum Ltd. Bangladesh and Saisan Co., Ltd. Japan, was Officially Inaugurated by Mr. Nazim Uddin Chowdhury, Honorable Secretary, Energy and Mineral Resources Division, as The Chief Guest at Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden on November 12, 2016.
His Excellency, Mr. Masato Watanabe, Ambassador of Japan to Bangladesh and Mr. Takehiko Kawamoto, President & CEO, Saisan Co., Ltd; graced the ceremony as the Special Guest and Guest of Honor respectively.
The Chairman of Each Coast Group Mr. Azam J. Chowdhury, and CEO of Omera Gas One Ltd. Mr. Toshiyuki Shimbori and Mr. Tanjil Chowdhury, Director of Omera Gas One Ltd. were also in attendance during the ceremony.
The venture is the first company in Bangladesh specifically tailored to meet the nascent LPG demand of residential complexes, industrial and automotive sectors. Omera Gas One will provide large-scale LPG Engineering Solutions through which it will supply bulk LPG to the above sectors. It will also focus on the construction, operation, and management of LPG Auto Gas stations for sale of LPG.
“The demand for LPG in household complexes, industrial and automotive sectors are soaring. Omera Gas One will meet these demands through the Engineering, Construction of LPG reticulated infrastructure and Auto Gas Stations. We will also Supply Bulk LPG to these users through adopting the best of Japanese quality & safety standards,” said Toshiyuki Shimbori, CEO of Omera Gas One Ltd. at the ceremony.
Omera Petroleum Limited (OPL) is one of the leading LPG operators in Bangladesh. Having state-of-the-art import terminal in Mongla, and satellite filling stations in Mongla, Ghorashal, Bogra and Mirasharai, OPL imports and markets LPG all across the country through its vast distribution network. OPL is a subsidiary of MJL Bangladesh Limited which is part of East Coast Group.
Saisan Co., Ltd., established in 1945, is one of the major LPG distributors in Japan. It has also successfully expanded its global business to Mongolia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia and Australia by transferring long-experiences safety technology.