Mark O.A. Agyemang is an energy professional with the Secretariat of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (Ghana), and is currently the Technical Manager at the Secretariat. Prior to this, he worked at Ghana’s Energy Commission as a Senior Programme Office and was an energy policy advisor to the sector minister.
He holds an MSc in Oil and Gas Engineering from the UK and a BSc in Petroleum Engineering from Ghana. He contributes to the extractive sector governance in Ghana with special focus on petroleum revenue management, compliance with Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Act by the Government and other relevant institutions, stakeholder engagement, and energy sector reforms. He works closely with CSOs in Ghana working in the extractive sector for effective monitoring of resource governance. He leads in the preparation of the Secretariat’s semi-annual and annual reports on how Ghana’s petroleum revenues have been collected, managed and utilised.