sharing in governance of extractive industries
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 fight to attain good air quality have been going on a…Continue
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…
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.…Continue
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 geared at the…