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GNPC to spend US$534.77m this year…as Parliament approves its work prog. for 2017
10th August 2017

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is seeking to spend US$534.77million for the 2017 financial year, a report on the Mines and Energy Committee of Parliament has revealed. The state-owned petroleum exploration, licensing, and...

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PIAC engages residents of Keta on use of oil revenues
10th August 2017

 The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) – the committee with oversight responsibility for the prudent management of oil revenues – has engaged citizens of two districts in the Volta Region on how oil revenues have...

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Oil funded projects in deterioration in VR-PIAC
10th August 2017

Some community roads in Aflao in the Ketu South District in the Volta Region are in a state of deterioration. This came to light when a team from the Public Interest and Accountability Committee [PIAC] and the Institute of Financial and Economic...

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PIAC wants more done with oil money in Volta Region
7th August 2017

A team from the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) says it is not impressed with projects funded from oil revenue in some parts of the Volta Region. During a monitoring tour of the region, the team revealed that monies allocated...

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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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