sharing in governance of extractive industries
An Accra-based oil and gas Consultant, Prof. Kwaku Appiah-Adu, has charged journalists in Ghana to carry in-depth investigative stories on the oil and gas sector.According to him, if journalists are…Continue
AWARD CRITERIA AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING GRANTSAIM:These grants aim to ensure that high quality investigative stories about the extractive sectors of oil, gas, and mining…Continue
CALL FOR APPLICATIONSRevenue Watch Institute-Natural Resource Charter offers a media capacity development program for reporters in Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda. Applications are invited from…Continue
The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) is calling for expressions of interest from journalists in Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda interested in attending this year’s training program on governance of oil, gas, and mining. The training consists of a series of two core courses each lasting two weeks.
The first course is a regional foundation workshop and will take place in Tanzania on October 17–28,…Continue
Dr Steve Manteaw, the Co-Chairperson of the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI), says there is the need to integrate the oil and gas services into the local economy so that it benefits all Ghanaians.
“ The media must find out from the political parties how they would manage the volatility of the oil prices on the international market as well as other essential commodities in this electioneering period”, he said.
The News and Editorial Symposium on Oil and Gas was organised by Penplusbytes and…
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST -(Oil & Gas Sector Governance Consulting)
The Ghana Oil and Gas for Inclusive Growth programme (GOGIG) is a five (5) year UK Department for International Development (DFID) funded initiative being implemented by Oxford Policy Management Limited (OPM). The objective of the programme is to support Ghana in maximizing the potential of the oil and gas sector to promote inclusive growth. The programme also forms part of the…Continue