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Some Ghanaians dissatisfied with management of $3.4bn oil revenue
7th August 2017

Participants at a forum on management of petroleum revenue in the Ashanti Region have expressed disappointment over the management of Ghana’s oil revenue for the past six years. According to them, they are yet to feel the impact of the 3.4...

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NCCE must lead education on use of oil revenue
7th August 2017

A member of the Anlo Queenmothers Association, Mama Hodzigbe II is suggesting the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) be mandated to lead public education on the issues of oil and gas. According to the Queenmother, a lot of people are...

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GNPC ordered to stop spending on Black Stars
28th July 2017

Parliament has ordered the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) to stop spending resources on non-core activities, including sponsoring the Ghana Black Stars. GNPC pays $3 million annually to the national team as part of its sponsorship...

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Tullow records $ 300m loss after tax in 2017 first half
28th July 2017

The figure represents a decrease of 270 million dollars compared to the 30 million dollars profit after tax recorded for the same period last year. The oil company’s revenue for the first half of 2017 however went up to 788 million dollars...

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Use excess gas to develop petrochemical industry
17th July 2017

 Government has been urged to leverage opportunities presented by its growing gas production to develop its petrochemical industry.   With gas production scheduled to begin from the Sankofa Gye Nyame field in 2018, the country is...

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Conflict looms between GRA and Stool Lands over oil revenue
17th July 2017

Member of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) is pushing for legislation to clarify which state institution should be given the mandate to collect surface rental as the country prepares to undertake onshore commercial production...

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