- The use of mineral resources, petroleum and energy as a stimulus for economic growth;
- Employment and sustainable development;
- The efficient and sustainable harnessing of hydrocarbon and mineral potentials as well as the availability of reliable; and
- Adequate, affordable and sustainable energy supply to power the economy of The Gambia.
- Two civil service line directorates (Energy and Geology);
- One civil service line commission (Petroleum); and
- Two quasi-government institutions namely the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), and The Gambia National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC).
To attain universal access to modern energy and geological services, harness petroleum and other mineral resources for a revitalized economy for national well-being (socio-economic development) in a sustainable manner.
To coherently coordinate the formulation and implementation of energy, petroleum and mineral resource policies, strategies and programmes through effective public-private partnerships, regional and international strategic cooperation that ensures the sustainable supply of energy, and utilization of petroleum and mineral resources.