The Kosmos Innovation Center (KIC) in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation has launched the KIC Business Booster – an acceleration programme aimed at scaling Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (Agri-MSMEs) in the agriculture sector in Ghana.
Oil prices sank 4 percent on Monday alongside equities, as continued coronavirus lockdowns in China, the top oil importer, sparked demand concerns.
Low-carbon oil seems pivotal to the future of fossil fuel production as it becomes clear that the world is still highly dependent on crude.
The country lost 47 billion cubic feet (bcf) of gas to flaring between 2019 and 2021, the African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has disclosed.
Oil prices dropped on Thursday on caution about dwindling fuel demand in China, the world’s biggest oil importer, due to the economic impact of COVID-19 restrictions.
Nigeria’s president has said the country is in “shock and trauma” following the deaths of at least 100 people from an explosion at an illegal oil refinery.
Oil prices slumped to about two-week lows on Monday, extending losses from last week, as concerns grew that prolonged COVID-19 lockdowns in Shanghai and potential U.S. rate hikes would hurt global economic growth and demand for fuel.
More than 100 people were killed overnight in an explosion at an illegal oil refining depot in Nigeria’s Rivers state.
An amount of GH¢9,352,861 million of the ABFA was disbursed to the agriculture sector as a selected priority area for spending of oil revenues in 2021
Oil prices climbed on Tuesday on easing concerns about demand in China after Shanghai relaxed some COVID-19-related restrictions and OPEC warned it would be impossible to increase output enough to offset lost Russian supply.