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About US$6.0 Billion worth of Ghana’s gold export unaccounted for

Gold export from Ghana worth six billion US Dollars between 2013 and 2016 were unaccounted for due to the porosity in Ghana’s tax administration,...
petroleum revenue

Ghana government has not compromised accountability in petroleum revenue expenditure

Government of Ghana has been transparent and accountable in its expenditure from petroleum revenue, a senior public official insisted here on Friday. On Thursday, energy...

African countries advised to prioritize signing boundary agreements

The Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP) on Monday said the boundary dispute between Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire serves as a wake-up call for...
Workers at Phoenix Metals Ltd push bags of minerals after weighing them at the plant yesterday. (John Mbanda)

Experts urge Ghana to work to reap greater benefits from minerals

Ghana has the potential to derive fuller benefits beyond just revenue from its minerals and mining industry, Benjamin Boakye, Executive Director for the Africa...
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Ghanaian energy think tank backs government plan to review power pacts

Energy think tank, Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP), said here Friday it supported the decision by the Ghana government to review Power Purchase...
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Communique of the 2016 Africa Oil Governance Summit

We, participants at the second Africa Oil Governance Summit held in Accra from 26th to 27th September, 2016, having discussed issues relating to the...
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Think Thank Says Ghana’s New Oilfield Will Boost Economic Makeover

In a statement signed by its Executive Director, Mohammed Amin Adam, over the weekend, the center said revenue emanating from the field would benefit...

Ghana’s TEN field to pump First Oil on Thursday

Joe Mensah, Vice-President and Country Director for American oil exploration company, KOSMOS Energy, disclosed this to journalists from Media Fellowship during a visit organized...
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Ghanaians raise red flags over US$953 million EPL power plant agreement

The agreement, led by Early Power Limited (EPL), local subsidiary of EPL Holdings Cooperative of the USA, is seen as outrageously priced, which could...

Ghanaians push for prudent investment of petroleum revenue

The citizens want petroleum revenue therefore invested in agriculture, education, energy and health. These were contained in the Citizens Energy Manifesto launched...
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Experts urge second generation transparency laws for African resource countries

Ian Gary, an expert in extractive industry governance with global charity, Oxfam America, said although many African countries had made significant gains in promoting...
Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam

Organizations advocates for transparency in Ghana’s natural resource industry

At"Civil Society Anti-corruption Dialogue on Extractive Sector" dialogue session, Executive Director of Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP) Mohammed Amin Adam said on Tuesday...
power ship

Ghana’s power situation still fragile – ACEP

Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP), the think tank, said the country needed additional 600 Mega Watts (MW) plus a 400MW reserve margin to...
ACEP

Poor investment decisions robbing Africa of resource-based development – ACEP

The Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP) in a press statement here Wednesday expressed worry that African governments had failed to achieve the promised...
ACEP

Parliament Must Probe Banks For Withholding GH¢83m Taxes

The Public Accounts Committee revealed at its sitting last Wednesday that the said amount was still with some of the banks. According to the Deputy...
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African countries must invest oil revenues efficiently – expert

By Francis Tandoh Resource-rich African countries must invest revenues accruing from their extractive industries instead of setting up funds, an expert urged here Wednesday. The Executive...
Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam

African civil society must push for reforms in extractive sector – Expert

By Francis Tandoh An energy expert has asked civil society groups in Africa to push for reforms in the extractive sector for the benefit of...

Ghanaian industries urge stimulus to save them from collapsing

Ghana's industries, reeling under the deepening crisis of power outages, have asked the government to establish a stimulus package to save them from collapsing,...

ACEP Slams Government Over Gas Flaring Approval

The Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP) has condemned a recent decision by government to give greenlight for the Jubilee Partners to flare excess...

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