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 PC as a regulator and the Upstream Petroleum Companies.
The Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber has called on the Secretary to the Economic Management Team, Prof. Joe Amoako-Tuffour in the Vice President’s office at Jubilee House.
Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber has donated a consignment of PPE to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital to help protect the doctors, nurses and other medical personnel on the frontline in the fight against the Corona Virus.
As the global death toll of the COVID 19 pandemic rises to more than 35,000, there is a growing concern about the virus’s impact on the oil and gas industry and the economy as a whole. I
ACCRA, MARCH 8, 2020. Veteran Journalist and Communications Strategist David Ampofo has been appointed the new CEO of the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber. David takes over from Charles Darku (Former Managing Director of Tullow Oil Ghana) who was the first Chairman and CEO, and who is credited with operationalising the Chamber. The Chairman of the […]
The launch of the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber (GUPC) on 30th January 2019, saw the initiation of a formalised platform serving as an advocacy instrument for Oil and Gas industry players and a focal point for collective interests. The event brought together many of Ghana’s oil and gas industry players, including the Deputy Minister of […]
The Chief Executive Officer of the National Petroleum Authority, Mr Alhassan Tampuli has said the Authority is in close collaboration with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), the Navy and other relevant security agencies to tackle the numerous of industry problems head-on. Some of the measures include intensification of digital solutions like the Bulk Road Tracking […]
The Petroleum Commission has sent a signal to the oil and gas exploration companies on the Jubilee and TEN fields that it will soon recommend an action to be taken on dormant oil blocks. According to the Commission, out of about 17 oil blocks sold between 2013 and 2016, 13 of the blocks still exist […]
The Petroleum Commission has assured small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the downstream and upstream petroleum sector that the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC), which aims at deepening the capacities of SMEs to effectively play in the upstream oil and gas industry, will soon be re-introduced. Speaking at the maiden Ghana Oil and Gas Service Providers […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Oil Policy of the Government of Ghana 4.1 Transparency Measures Ghana is member of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The organisation was launched in 2002 and “encourages government, extractive companies, International agencies and NGO’s to work together to develop a framework to promote transparency of payments in the extractive industries” [EITI Ghana, […]