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IEA URGES TRANSPARENCY IN AWARDING OIL CONTRACTS
31st January 2018

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has advocated increased disclosure of oil contracts and licenses if the government is to be transparent with Ghanaians on developments in the oil industry. This follows a latest accountability and...

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ANALYST LAMENTS FREQUENT SHUTDOWN OF FPSO
31st January 2018

Some energy sector analysts have raised concerns over the frequent shutdown of the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah. The analysts fear the country is recording huge revenue losses due to the frequent shut down of the vessel. Operators on the FPSO yesterday...

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10YR ENERGY BOND ACCRUES 615 MILLION CEDIS
30th January 2018

ESLA Plc, the entity mandated to raise money to pay the debts in Ghana’s energy sector has raised GH¢615,947,860 through its ten year bond that it reopened. The bond which was reopened on Monday (January 22, 2018) and closed on...

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5% LOCAL STAKE IN EXXONMOBIL DEAL REQUIRES OPENNESS – PIAC MEMBER
30th January 2018

A member of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Dr. Steve Manteaw, has called on government to ensure transparency in the process leading to the selection of a local partner for ExxonMobil in the Deep-Water Cape Three Points...

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HALT THE TRIANGLE OF INDEBTEDNESS AND SUPPORT PIAC - PROF. JOHN GATSI
29th January 2018

In reviewing the 2017 semiannual report prepared by PIAC at Koforidua over the weekend in line with the Petroleum Revenue Management Act 2011 (Act 815) as amended by Act 893, Prof. John Gatsi, the Head of Department of Finance at the School of...

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GHANA GOVERNMENT ASKED TO MAKE EXXONMOBIL CONTRACT PUBLIC
29th January 2018

The Ghana government has been asked to make public the recent contract it signed with ExxonMobil to enable Ghanaians determine the benefits and effects . Speaking to the New Crusading Guide in an exclusive interview, Dr Steve Manteaw, a policy...

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