Mr Tampuli made these remarks at a meeting with management and staff of the NPA in Accra last Tuesday after he officially assumed office.
He said the petroleum downstream sector was crucial to the sustenance of the economy, security of the state and livelihood of the citizens.
“It is, therefore, imperative that the NPA upholds the highest health and safety standards in the downstream industry in order to promote the growth and development of the economy,” Mr Tampuli told the workers.
He pledged to provide result-driven leadership for the attainment of the authority’s goals and urged all members of staff to support the new administration to succeed.
Speaking on behalf of the staff of the Welfare Association of the NPA, Mr Joseph Awen Awan promised that the workers would cooperate with the new management to achieve a common goal.
Prior to the meeting, the immediate past CEO, Mr Moses Asaga, conducted Mr Tampuli round the new office complex located at Dzorwulu, near the Petroleum Commission.