Time to explore deep waters for oil, says Amoako-Tuffuor

The secretary to the government’s Economic Management Team (EMT), Prof. Joe Amoako-Tuffour, says it’s time the country did more exploration of oil in deep waters if it still wants to…

Chamber CEO Calls On Minister Of Energy

The Minister of Energy Mathew Owusu Prempeh has told the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber (GUPC)that he welcomes collaboration with them to ensure that both government and the oil and gas…

Prioritise Locally Produced Gas Over Imported LNG -Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber

The CEO of the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber, David Ampofo, has said there is sufficient locally produced natural gas offshore in addition to imports from Nigeria to satisfy the demand…

GNPC’s Exposure To Pay-Or-Take Clauses Could Derail Upstream Aspirations – IES Warns

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) wants to become a major petroleum upstream player, but that dream is under threat because of its financial exposure to pay-or-take clauses in gas…

World Bank Didn’t Provide Guarantees On IPPs

The World Bank has said it did not provide any financing or guarantees to the independent power producers (IPPs) that signed power purchase agreements with the Government of Ghana (GoG)…

Tullow Plans To Generate $7 Billion Cash Flow Over 10 Years With Focus On West African Assets

Oil and gas company Tullow Oil has decided to focus on its West African producing portfolio as part of its new strategy and plan to generate c. $7 billion of…

Sankofa And Afina Unitisation: Eni Pushes For Open Dialogue And Supporting Data

Eni Ghana, operator of the Sankofa Field, will support unitising the field with Springfield’s Afina if data supports doing so. The Rome-based oil firm, which says it stands ready to…

Eni Hits Back At Ghana For Imposing Unitisation Deal On Sankofa And Afina Fields

Italian major says there is not enough data to support Accra's view that the two deep-water fields are in communication Source: https://www.upstreamonline.com/production/eni-hits-back-at-ghana-for-imposing-unitisation-deal-on-sankofa-and-afina-fields/2-1-913911

Italian Major Says There Is Not Enough Data To Support Accra’s View That The Two Deep-Water Fields Are In Communication

Ghana’s government is forcing Eni SpA to merge its Sankofa offshore oil field with a neighboring discovery made by a domestic explorer and imposing its own terms on the deal,…

Upstream Petroleum Chamber Calls On Petroleum Commission

The Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber has called on the Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission and his management team to present a position paper on the relationship between the…
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