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GOVERNMENT URGED TO DISCLOSE DETAILS OF EXXONMOBIL PETROLEUM AGREEMENT
25th January 2018

The government has been urged to make full disclosure of the details of the petroleum agreement between Ghana and United States (US) oil giants, ExxonMobil. Dr. Steve Manteaw, member of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) and...

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ABOUT GHC 280 MILLION DISTRIBUTED FROM PETROLEUM HOLDING FUND IN 2017- PIAC REPORT
25th January 2018

The 2017 semi-annual report published by The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), has revealed that 277 million 793,329 dollars was distributed from the Petroleum Holding Fund by the Bank of Ghana from January to June. The report...

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GOV’T MUST COME CLEAN ON THE SALTPOND OILFIELD – PROF. GATSI
24th January 2018

Government must clarify its plans for the Saltpond oilfield, following the decision by Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) to halt the de-commissioning process and keep a skeleton staff on the ‘non-operational’ oilfield, Prof. John...

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WHERE IS THE PETROLEUM REGISTER? – PROF. GATSI ASKS GOV’T
24th January 2018

Ghana’s latest contract with ExxonMobil Corp for oil exploration in the Deepwater Cape Three Points offshore (DWCTP) oilfield is going to add to a growing list of oil and gas contracts that have been shielded from the public – due to the...

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CITIZENS URGED TO DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY ON PETROLEUM REVENUE
23rd January 2018

Professor John Gartchie Gatsi, an Economist and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast has urged Ghanaians to demand accountability especially regarding the petroleum revenue. He said accountability was in a form of demand and supply,...

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SHORTLISTED PERSONS FOR IFEJ 2017 AWARDS
23rd January 2018

Eleven financial journalists from both private and public media houses have been short listed for awards at this year’s Business and Financial Journalism Awards to be organised by the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists...

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