Denis Gyeyir is a Petroleum Economist and Researcher. He holds a Master of Science degree in Oil and Gas Management from Coventry University and Bachelor of Arts in IDS Economics and Entrepreneurship Development from UDS.
Before joining PIAC as Technical Officer, Denis lectured part-time at the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership (GSGL) where he facilitated courses in Oil and Gas Trading and Filling Station Management among others. He was also a researcher and columnist publishing on various topics including petroleum subsidies, monetisation of stranded natural gas, the Dutch Disease and the impact of oil production in relation to the Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA).
Currently as Technical Officer, he assists in PIAC’s programme design, research, planning and budgeting and leads in the organisation’s communication, public and media engagements, ensuring that the public is empowered to demand accountability for the use of petroleum revenues.