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GOIL says will transform automobile lubricant products

The Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL), has injected into the automobile industry specially formulated lubricants for commercial and private cars to protect engines against oxidation, rust and corrosion. “The non-toxic and biodegradable lubricants with specially additives are to ensure that the physical and chemical stability of the product remains unchanged …

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How Ghana dumped World Bank for China Development Bank over gas infrastructure

Many businesses in Ghana were excited when the Government of Ghana (GoG) announced that, it was going to develop its own gas infrastructure to produce gas to shore up the energy generation level and need of the country. The government had fairly an ambivalent policy with regards to gas infrastructure …

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Oil companies in Ghana import water from Ivory Coast

International oil companies in the Jubilee Field now import potable water from Cote d’Ivoire and Benin because of the inability of the Ghana Water Company (GWC) in the Western Region to meet their water supply demands. “As a result of this shortage, supply vessels go to Cote d’Ivoire to buy …

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Total finds Ivorian oil near Ghana’s Jubilee fields

France’s petroleum firm, Total, has discovered oil in Ivory Coast near Ghana’s Jubilee oilfields. Total, on April 25, 2013 announced that the Ivoire-1X exploration well encountered 28 meters of net oil pay in a series of about 100 meters of Cretaceous reservoirs. Total in a statement said the well confirms …

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Scandal rocks PetroSA over Ghana oil deal – Report

When a national oil company buys acreage in another country, it is more affair of state than commercial deal. And so Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe’s arrival in Ghana last April was not unexpected, with Energy Minister Dipuo Peters, new PetroSA chief executive Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo and others in town. There, Motlanthe …

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Oil communities attend stakeholders workshop

The Western Region Development Network of NGOs (WERENGO) is coming out with an abridged manual of the Environmental Impact Assessment Statement (EIAS) guarding operations of oil partners at the Jubilee Field at the Cape Three Points. The abridged EIAS manual would be made available to the six communities close to …

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Gas will turn Ghana’s economy around – John Jinapor

Mr John Abdulai Jinapor, Deputy Minister-designate for the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum on Monday branded the ongoing national gas project as the panacea to the country’s economic success. He said with the rising cost of crude oil, the country’s thermal installations depended on to generate power, significant gas resource …

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Government must ensure locals benefit from oil production – NGO

Government has been urged to initiate policies and programmes that will enable indigenous people to benefit from the country’s oil production. Mr Wisdom Quaiku, President of the United Civil Society Organization of Nzema District, a Non Governmental Organization, said this at a day’s meeting with civil unions in the Jomoro …

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UPS to run MBA in Petroleum Accounting and Finance

Professor Joshua Alabi, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies, said the University had obtained accreditation for Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Petroleum Accounting and Finance, and Internal Auditing programmes for the 2013/2013 academic year. He said accreditation was in process for the introduction of Master of Science degree …

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