Press Releases

AS Jamaica's Mission to Rio World Cup qualifying campaign moves into higher gear, it will need fuel of all kind to sustain its momentum.

And the Reggae Boyz got a top-up from the state-owned national petroleum refinery Petrojam, which has committed $4.8 million worth of the precious commodity to keep the wheels turning for the 2014 World Cup, slated for Brazil.

The four-year deal, which actually started last year, will see the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) getting a monthly supply of fuel valued at $100,000 to keep the team bus and "selected JFF vehicles" runnning.

Petrojam Limited on Monday, May 28, welcomed the first batch of a total of a 120 high and tertiary level students who will be participating in the Company’s 2012 Summer Employment Programme, May 28-August 17.
The programme is one of the company’s corporate social responsibility activities and seeks to provide the nation’s youth the opportunity to build solid work experiences and gain an appreciation of the important connection between work and learning.

Recent Wolmers’ Boys graduate Stephen Campbell will be able to realize his dream of becoming a Chemical Engineer, thanks to a scholarship from Petrojam Limited, which will see to the financing of his undergraduate degree in Engineering.

Stephen is the 2012 awardee of Petrojam’s H.J. Fenton Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship, tenable for three years at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus in Trinidad. Over the next three years Petrojam will spend an approximate J$3.6 million dollars towards his education.