The armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine led to a reduction in offtake of Russian crude and a consequent increase in crude oil and gas prices.
Economist, Dr. Theophilus Acheampong has criticized government’s utilization of resources from the country’s petroleum funds.
Fuel prices in Ghana will go down by 15 pesewas per litre effective April 1, 2022. This reduction will be in place for three months.
A political risk analyst and Economist, Dr. Theophilus Acheampong,
has stated that Ghana needs to devise innovative ways to keep the
oil and gas sector active.