Africa’s capability has grasped the world’s attention in recent times as conflict in Eastern Europe and rising energy costs have highlighted the globe’s precarious energy position.
GNPC is firmly backing their CEO, Mr Opoku-Ahweneeh Danquah, in his stellar leadership and is appalled by unsubstantiated publications.
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.
Now more than ever there is a need for the country and in fact the continent of Africa to develop some clarity around its plans for oil and gas
Chairman-designate of Tullow Oil plc Phuthuma Nhleko and Chief Executive Officer, Rahul Dhir will pay a two-day working visit to Ghana from the 15th to 16th of December 2021.
The two countries have signed several pacts in the petroleum and investment promotion sectors to boost their economies
A delegation from the Guyana Oil and Gas Energy Chamber has paid a courtesy call on the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber to discuss how the two Chambers might collaborate. Guyana only recently started oil production and is seeking to understand the Ghanaian experience of an emerging oil and gas industry.
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 companies derive maximum benefit from the industry.
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 Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission and Team to present a position paper on the relationship between the PC and the member companies. A position paper of this nature was necessary to bridge the gap and create a platform where issues are discussed at length and addressed.