The upstream petroleum industry awarded contracts worth US$3.6billion to indigenous companies over the last three years, thereby deepening the local content policy.
In line with Tullow Ghana’s deep-rooted commitment to supporting Ghanaian suppliers and subcontractors in the oil and gas industry, the company in collaboration with the Petroleum Commission (PC) has held the third session of its webinar workshops on security and man guarding services.
The 2022 Global Energy Show kicked off at the BMO Centre in Calgary on Tuesday. The three-day event features an exhibition, strategic conference, technical conference and an awards show.
The Petroleum Commission has charged beneficiaries of government-sponsored training programs in the upstream petroleum sector to commit to working in Ghana after graduating.
High global crude oil prices saw the country record an 18 percent rise in petroleum revenues, despite production falling by same 18 percent last year.
Stakeholders in the Oil and Gas industry have proposed a forum on the fiscal regimes in the petroleum sector to determine which option will offer the country the maximum revenue.
Petroleum Commission has commenced a process to construct a welding and pipefitting centre, to train, qualify and certify welders and
pipefitters in Ghana for the country’s upstream petroleum sector.
Ghanaians to acquire vocational, practical and hands-on skills that will position trainees to take opportunities in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Government says it is poised to ensure Ghana attains technical sufficiency in oil exploration
The Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission, Egbert Faibille Jnr., says the Commission will in the coming year 2022, step-up efforts aimed at enhancing technology transfer in the upstream oil and gas sector