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FATAWU DARISON
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  • DUNDEE, SCOTLAND
  • United Kingdom
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UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE
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Civil Society Organisation, Academia
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About My Work
I am currently a student at the Center for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee, Scotland, UK.

As an LLM student in Petroleum Taxation and Finance, my interest lies in Taxation, finance,legal, economics and policy of the Natural Resources Industries.

A Corporate generalist with substantial background in Petroleum Taxation and Finance. preemptive support in the Oil&Gas and energy industry. Focus on, Fiscal regime Structure & Taxation of the Extractive industry, Public policy in Natural resource industries and international Development in Energy policy as well as International Energy law and Policy.

As part of my Research studies at the University of Dundee, i have have carried out the following Research.
1.0 Ghana’s Fiscal Regime And its Impact on Investors within the context of royalty tax regime: A study of the Ghanaian situation
2.0 Ghana’s Oil and Gas sector: An institutional Analysis of the Resource Curse, with reference to case studies from Angola and Norway.
3.0 How does risk management in power project affects its Value?
4.0 Transit Oil and Gas pipeline: The role of obsolescence bargaining in securing energy supply.
5.0 The future of Natural Gas market in the world energy Mix: A comparative analysis of key global consumers.(USA AND EUROPE). ETC.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Transparency in Ghana's oil revenue management

Posted on February 12, 2012 at 2:33 0 Comments

"Improved transparency is ultimately to the benefit of all stakeholders:

• Civil society needs transparency in order to hold governments to account for the use of revenues;

• Governments can improve relations with their citizens and lower borrowing costs in the international

financial markets for emerging market economies if they operate transparently;

• Companies are increasingly realizing the importance of transparency in ensuring a level playing field

and in…

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At 17:03 on January 25, 2012, Eva T. Thorne said…
Hey,

I don't have a project in Ghana at the moment.

Eva
 
 
 

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