African governments must increase investment in renewal energy to address the power challenges facing the continent, Kunmi Odunoku, Product Manager, West Africa, Eaton International Industries, Nigeria Limited, has said
The marine vessel will support Tullow Ghana’s two Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) units, Kwame Nkrumah and John Evans Atta Mills
Kosmos Energy has commissioned three hunger relief projects to enhance food security and to improve income generation for two institutions. The beneficiary institutions are the James Camp Prison and Senior Correctional Centre in Accra and the Light Outreach Foundation. The immediate objective is to give the inmates and prison officers entrepreneurial skills that could […]
The drumbeats have been building for a couple of months now. Finally, as commodity prices have risen and third quarter profit reports have rolled in, so have accusations of price gouging by oil and gas companies. Senator Warren recently said as much on MSNBC. She is wrong on this point, but certainly not alone by any means. Politicians have […]
Mr Benjamin Boakye, Executive Director , Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), has called for the automation of premix fuel delivery chain to curb illicit trade of the product.
The US has said it is releasing 50 million barrels of oil from its reserves in an attempt to bring down soaring energy and petrol prices
The Institute for Energy Security (IES) believes fuel in Ghana should not sell for more than GH¢6 per litre if the government effectively manages the sector
After a twelve-year delay, Ghana through the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) has taken delivery of 12-inch pipelines from the United States of America which is expected to be used to expand the petroleum transportation line from Tema to Akosombo.
It is also incumbent for governments and development organizations to ensure that they invest adequately in related research and innovation, which is essential for advancing climate-resilient technologies and practices that can significantly limit climate-driven disruptions in the energy sector.
Maersk Drilling has signed a contract with Dutch E&P Company ONE-Dyas to drill the offshore Ijssel and Clover exploration wells in the Netherlands, the Danish offshore rig provider announced on Wednesday.