- The ground breaking ceremony of Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High school, built by OMV, was held with the participation of a comprehensive protocol.
- Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High School will be the first boarding teacher high school of the region.
- Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High School will have 16 classrooms with a capacity of 480 students, a dormitory with a capacity of 360 students, an indoor sport hall and housing units.
The ground breaking ceremony of Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High School which is located in Kozluk, district of Terme, Samsun , was held with the participation of Youth and Sports Minister Suat Kılıç, Samsun Governor Hüseyin Aksoy and the CEO and Board Member of OMV Petrol Ofisi A.Ş and OMV Gaz ve Enerji Holding Gülsüm Azeri.
OMV Petrol Ofisi A.Ş. and OMV Gaz ve Enerji Holding A.Ş. CEO and Board Member Gülsüm Azeri noted that OMV has performed many different corporate social responsibility projects especially in education and sports in Samsun so far, but the most important one of these is “Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High School” which is a very important value for Turkey, Samsun and the region, at the same time.
Gülsüm Azeri also mentioned the importance of Turkey for OMV and emphasized that the Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant which started its commercial operation in Samsun meets around 3 percent of Turkey’s energy need. Azeri added “As OMV, we are very honoured and happy to lay the foundation of this school, where the teachers of the future will grow up and become beneficial individuals for the country”. ”.
OMV Samsun Elektrik ve Üretim Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. General Manager Korkut Öztürkmen said in his speech during the ceremony “As OMV, we are aware of the need to invest in social and cultural areas while contributing to the country’s economic developments. In this context, our investments enable us to look at the future which we will shape together with much more confidence and a greater hope”..
Kozluk OMV Anatolian Teacher High School will have 16 classrooms with a capacity of 480 students, a dormitory with a capacity of 360 students, an indoor sport hall and housing units.
About OMV Turkey:
OMV entered the Turkish energy market in 2006 as a shareholder of Petrol Ofisi, one of Turkey’s fuel products distribution and lubricants companies. Considering Turkey as a new regional hub, the company operates in fuel products supply & marketing, natural gas & electricity sales and construction & operation of power plants. OMV currently has a workforce of 1.080 employees in Turkey.
OMV Petrol Ofisi is the second largest private company in Turkey with sales of TRY 20.2 bn in 2012. The company, headquartered in Istanbul, is Turkey’s leading fuel products distribution and lubricants company with the strongest distribution network of 2.200 filling stations, 1 lubricants plant, 11 fuel terminals, 3 LPG terminals, 25 aviation units and over 1.3 million m³ storage capacity.
OMV Gaz ve Enerji started supplying natural gas in the scope of the license for natural gas wholesale as of 2012, achieving a delivery of almost 1.000 million m³ natural gas at the end of the year. Additionally OMV is leading the Turkish LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) market with its sales operations and is also an important wholesaler in the Turkish power market.
OMV’s 890 MW combined cycle power plant in Samsun, meets around 3% of Turkey’s energy need. As one of Turkey’s most efficient power plants, it is generating yearly approximately 6 billion kW/h electricity and provides a significant contribution to the power supply of the region and the country.
OMV is using the Resourcefulness concept to actively implement responsible behaviour across the entire value chain. The goal is to create win-win situations for society, the environment and OMV through innovative solutions. The focus is on water and CO2 management, securing future energy resources and local education and development measures with a focus on support for women. OMV is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and an active supporter of social and ecological values. The company reports on its activities in a sustainability report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines.