Governance

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IMPCA’s Vital Role in Uniting Producers and Consumers

The International Methanol Producers and Consumers Association (IMPCA) plays a crucial role in the methanol industry, bringing together member companies involved in various aspects of methanol production, marketing, distribution, and use as a feedstock or fuel. The structure of IMPCA is designed to facilitate the effective representation of its members and ensure the smooth functioning of the association.

Member-Centric Governance

The Ordinary General Meeting Shapes IMPCA’s Direction

IMPCA is structured around its member companies, which elect representatives to participate in the Ordinary General Meeting (OGM). During the OGM, the activities of IMPCA are evaluated, and the elected representatives advise the Board on various matters. This process ensures that the voices of the member companies are heard and considered in the decision-making processes of IMPCA.

FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about methanol and IMPCA’s role.

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What is the governance process?

The governance process of IMPCA involves the election of representatives from member companies who participate in the Ordinary General Meeting (OGM). During the OGM, the activities of IMPCA are evaluated, and the elected representatives advise the Board on various matters. This ensures that the voices of member companies are heard and considered in the decision-making processes of IMPCA.

How are elections conducted?

Elections within IMPCA are conducted through a democratic process. Member companies elect representatives to participate in the OGM, where they have the opportunity to vote on important matters and provide input on the association’s activities.

What is the OGM?

The Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) is a key event where representatives from member companies gather to evaluate the activities of IMPCA. During the OGM, important decisions are made, and the elected representatives provide valuable input and advice to the Board.

How can members get involved?

Members can get involved in IMPCA by actively participating in the OGM, joining committees, and contributing to the association’s initiatives. By engaging with IMPCA, members have the opportunity to shape the future of the methanol industry and benefit from valuable networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities.

What are the membership benefits?

Being a part of IMPCA provides numerous benefits to members. These include access to valuable industry information, networking opportunities with key stakeholders, participation in shaping industry standards, and staying updated with the latest developments in the methanol sector. Membership in IMPCA offers a platform for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and collective growth.