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Bring high sulfur content specifications to 10 ppm, Stakeholders call on Government

Dr Mohammed Amin Adam Exec. Dire ACEPRespiratory related diseases are second to malaria in Ghana, stakeholders at a day’s workshop have heard. Disclosing this at a seminar last week, Mr. Emmanuel Apoh of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said the fight to attain good air quality have been going on a number of occasions across…See More
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Leadership is Africa's Problem in Resource Benefits

Discussants at a just ended two-day Africa Oil Governance Summit in Accra have once again decried and painted a gloomy picture about the benefits of the oil find to the ordinary people, local small businesses not only in Ghana but elsewhere on the continent of Africa.They identified greedy leadership as the biggest problem that is exhibited by those who are in-charge to ensure that oil wealth has a positive impact on the lives of the people. Citing the case of six immediate communities in the…See More
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Leadership is Africa's Problem in Resource Benefits

Discussants at a just ended two-day Africa Oil Governance Summit in Accra have once again decried and painted a gloomy picture about the benefits of the oil find to the ordinary people, local small businesses not only in Ghana but elsewhere on the continent of Africa.They identified greedy leadership as the biggest problem that is exhibited by those who are in-charge to ensure that oil wealth has a positive impact on the lives of the people. Citing the case of six immediate communities in the…See More
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Ghana’s New Petroleum (E& P) Act is Progressive Panelists Proclaim

Panelists at a day’s forum to evaluate the just passed Ghana’s Petroleum (Exploration & Production) Act  has largely described the law as Progressive that will maximize the needed fiscal dividends that will bring the desired benefits to the people.  But, were quick to add that there were still some few gaps that needed to be refined to make it perfect. Some were debt loading, mis-pricing, and valuation pricing.…See More
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Ghana’s New Petroleum (E& P) Act is Progressive Panelists Proclaim

Panelists at a day’s forum to evaluate the just passed Ghana’s Petroleum (Exploration & Production) Act  has largely described the law as Progressive that will maximize the needed fiscal dividends that will bring the desired benefits to the people.  But, were quick to add that there were still some few gaps that needed to be refined to make it perfect. Some were debt loading, mis-pricing, and valuation pricing.…See More
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The 2nd African Oil Summit Comes next month

The maiden African Oil Governance Summit (AOGS) held late last year will be organised next month again in Accra.The AOGS will be an annual event that bringing top policy makers and other stakeholders not only from the Africa’s oil industry but from all over the globe, aimed at engaging the governance aspect of oil and gas resources…See More
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Tell us your solution to Energy & Power Challenges- Civil Society/ Ghanaians demand from Politicians

Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, IntroductionGhana’s 2016 general elections likely to take place early November will not be business as usual as a totally new and sensitive economic challenge has been forced in as essential by civil society groups and other stakeholders in the oil and gas, the energy and power sectors to allow ordinary Ghanaians to demand how the various Political parties will address these issues which has bedeviled Ghana for the past five years when given the mandate to govern. The…See More
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Reduce Levies, Taxes on Electricity Bills, & publish the Customer Charter- ACEP

 Ben Boakye, Deputy Executive Director The Africa Centre for Energy Policy has added its voice to that numerous calls “that government should reduce the levies and taxes” on electricity bills in Ghana. Government can do that without undermining the work of the utilities. If the intention of government is to raise more…See More
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Bring high sulfur content specifications to 10 ppm, Stakeholders call on Government

Posted on October 17, 2016 at 11:00 0 Comments

Dr Mohammed Amin Adam Exec. Dire ACEP

Respiratory related diseases are second to malaria in Ghana, stakeholders at a day’s workshop have heard. Disclosing this at a seminar last week, Mr. Emmanuel Apoh of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said the…

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Leadership is Africa's Problem in Resource Benefits

Posted on September 29, 2016 at 7:00 0 Comments

Discussants at a just ended two-day Africa Oil Governance Summit in Accra have once again decried and painted a gloomy picture about the benefits of the oil find to the ordinary people, local small businesses not only in Ghana but elsewhere on the continent of Africa.

They identified greedy leadership as the biggest problem that is exhibited by those who are in-charge to ensure that oil wealth has a positive impact on the lives of the people.

Citing the case of…

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Ghana’s New Petroleum (E& P) Act is Progressive Panelists Proclaim

Posted on September 20, 2016 at 13:02 0 Comments

Panelists at a day’s forum to evaluate the just passed Ghana’s Petroleum (Exploration & Production) Act  has largely described the law as Progressive that will maximize the needed fiscal dividends that will bring the desired benefits to the people.  But, were quick to add that there were still some few gaps that needed to be refined to make it perfect. Some were debt loading, mis-pricing, and valuation pricing.…

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The 2nd African Oil Summit Comes next month

Posted on August 5, 2016 at 2:42 0 Comments



The maiden African Oil Governance Summit (AOGS) held late last year will be organised next month again in Accra.

The AOGS will be an annual event that bringing top policy makers and other stakeholders not only from the Africa’s oil industry but from all over the globe, aimed at engaging the…

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At 16:50 on January 13, 2016, Adam Babatu said…

Hi Seibik,

My name is Adam, a PhD candidate at the Sustainable Minerals Institute of the University of Queensland. I am currently in Ghana collecting data on large scale mining and involuntary resettlement. I am wondering if you may find time for me to have a chat with you on this topic. Please let me know.

Best Regards,

Adam

At 14:42 on October 29, 2014, Cadmond Dadzie said…

Dear All. Thank you for the opportunity to be part of the network. I hope to be useful Goxian.

 
 
 

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