Power Plant

The CPF’s power plant enables the facility to be power self-sufficient, allowing operations to run smoothly and without costly interruptions. The plant consists of four power stations, eighteen diesel engines and two gas turbines, and produces a total output of 95 megawatts. Around-the-clock shifts and rigorous preventive maintenance provide for an extremely efficient and reliable power system.

While management is actively seeking to introduce the use of natural gases to cut down on crude oil consumption, successful efforts to improve efficiency have already yielded positive results. Through the efforts of the 100% Yemeni power plant workers, past consumption of 74 megawatts has been cut down to 55 megawatts.

New Beginnings

When on December 17 ownership shifted from the previous operator to PetroMasila, the latter’s predominantly Yemeni management and workforce was faced both with real challenges and a great opportunity. The challenges faced by PetroMasila included logistical complications and skepticism on the part of customers and suppliers. The opportunity? To seize the reigns of a proven leader in the regional oil industry, and to do so with a new identity, one infused with national pride... Continue Reading.

A Bright Future

From upper management in the capital city of Sana’a to the department heads at the Central Processing Facility and export terminal, a shared vision of PetroMasila’s future success can doubtlessly be seen as the reason behind the company’s growing accomplishments. Continue Reading.

Environment and Us

Just as PetroMasila utilizes a wide variety of production methods, so too does it incorporate a complex yet responsive approach to the environment. Exhaustive procedures are undertaken to ensure that water which is separated from oil and re-injected into the earth is pure, clear and able to meet all possible environmental standards. Offshore, rigorous marine testing is carried out as part of PetroMasila’s approach to preventing harmful situations from occurring in the first place. Continue Reading.