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NPP Is Eventually Transforming Ghana’s Education into Oil Rice

The goal of true education is to teach one to think intensively and critically with the aim of building intelligence and character. This makes...
Oil drilling platform Shengli No.4 is in the midst of shipment at the outer anchorage of a port in Yantai, east China’s Shandong province, Feb. 8, 2018. The Shengli No. 4 and the New Shengli No.1 will be sent to Nigeria for oil exploration services. (Photo by Chu Yang from CFP)

Players in Oil and Gas Industry Seeks Presidents intervention

Dear Mr President ,we call on your good offices to sack Dr Ben Asante , The Chief Executive of Ghana Gas Company Limited. Mr President...
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Eni Announces Massive Discovery of Oil in Offshore Angola

Eni announces a major oil discovery in Block 15/06, in the Agogo exploration prospect, in Angola’s deep water. The new discovery is estimated to...
Oil and gas

Oil Production Resumes in South Sudan’s Northern Parts

South Sudan has resumed oil production in the northern Unity region after disruption by a five-year old conflict which damaged oil wells. Ezekiel Lol...
global energy

Energy experts to unlock energy & business opportunities across African continent

The Africa Energy Indaba is the continent’s premier energy conference and exhibition: bringing together leading African and global energy players to unlock energy and...

Madagascar: Bidding round to drive new business opportunities for exploration companies in Africa

The Government of Madagascar has announced the opening of the Madagascar bidding round at Africa Oil Week The bidding round continues to highlight...
oil

Zambian government urged to provide update on oil, gas explorations

The Zambian government has been challenged to provide an update on ongoing oil and gas explorations by a British firm, a local think-tank said...
oil

Stanbic Bank Uganda, China’s ICBC woo investors as oil and gas sector takes shape

Top executives of Stanbic Bank Uganda and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) have urged Chinese state and private enterprises to take...
Oil

Nigeria and Oil: Looking beyond price collapse towards post recovery savings – Part 1

By Austin Okere The recurrent mistake we keep making as a Nation is failing to anticipate and plan for our oil windfalls. There have been...
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Kenya devote funds to acquiring specialised skills for its oil sector

Kenya plans to prioritize investment in specialized skills in order to reduce dependence on foreign labor force in the oil sector, a senior government...
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Ghanaians seek protection for fishing industry in face of oil exploration

Many Ghanaians believe that much as government derives revenue from the upstream petroleum industry, there is also the need to protect other traditional industries...

Employ competent negotiators to lead Ghana in mining, oil & gas agreements – Atuguba

Senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ghana, Professor Raymond Akongburo Atuguba has urged the Ghanaian government to hire the...
FPSO Kwame Nkrumah

Ghana’s FPSO closes down for repair works

Partners in Ghana's Jubilee oil field commenced a shutdown of the production Vessel FPSO Kwame Nkrumah here on Thursday to enable repair works on...
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Ghana’s economy up 9.3 percent in third quarter on oil

Economic growth in Ghana reached a provisional figure of 9.3 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2017, compared with the 4.6 percent year-on-year...
EPA

EPA build capacity of Media and Civil Society Organization

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in collaboration with the Norwegian Environment Agency (NEA) on Wednesday organised a day’s sensitisation seminar to build the capacity...
killing children

Nigerian Children Dying in the Hands of Crude Oil?

When thunder crackles in the Niger Delta, like the sound of a short burst of fire, the pounding rain is never far behind it. Caught...

UG, HFC Bank sign MOU to redesign University of Ghana

The HFC Bank has supported the University of Ghana (UG) to launch the redesigning and soft landscaping of the J.B Danquah Avenue as part...

Education Elude Refugees All Over The World

The world can only advance cohesion and solidarity amongst displaced persons and help create the right environment for a purposeful dignified life, if there...

Mfantsipim Old Boys Extend Benevolence To Less Privilege

The benevolence of the 1993 year group of the Mfantsipim Old Boys Association (MOBA) was over the weekend extended to two institutions in Cape...

Petroleum Revenue Committee Charged To Improve Revenue Collection

Finance Minister Mr Ken Ofori-Atta has inaugurated the Multi-Agency Petroleum Revenue Committee (MAPREC) to coordinate the efforts of state institutions in the oil and...
Penplusbytes

Penplusbytes Sensitize News Editors on Extractive Reporting

Pensplusbytes a Civil Society Organization, has engaged news editors to build their capacities on the emerging trends of the extractive sector to enable them...
A man tries to put out the fire in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 20, 2015. At least 60 people were killed and 49 others wounded in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Monday morning in one of the fiercest air raids by Saudi-led coalition forces that began more than three weeks ago. (Xinhua/Hani Ali)

Viewpoint: Pentagon Escalates Presence in Yemen

A grave healthcare crisis in Yemen is being compounded by the increasing deployment of United States ground forces inside this war-ravaged and impoverished Middle...

US haunt Diezani, Nigerian officials for stolen cash

The U.S. government is seeking to recover more than $100 million in assets tied to international public corruption and a global money laundering conspiracy...

AFC to fund Tunisia’s development of offshore oil concession

Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), a leading pan-African multilateral development finance institution and project developer has announced that it will provide a US$28 million subordinated...

Ghana’s Oil production drops by 5.11 million barrels

Oil production dipped by some 13.7percent in 2016, from 37.41million barrels in 2015 to 32.30 million barrels, in spite of the coming of stream...
An antelope is seen under a tree at Kenya's Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, Kenya, March 21, 2015. Kenya's "long rains" season which usually begins in March is unpunctual this year, making both the people and wild animals of this country longing for the coming rains. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)

More efficient way found to make oil from dead trees

A University of Washington (UW) team has made new headway on a solution to remove beetle-killed trees from the forest and use them to...
African Center for Economic Transformation

Oil & Gas Event: local content and value addition of some African countries

A key concern about the management and use of Africa’s mineral, oil and gas (MOG) resources is that citizens of most resource-rich countries do...
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China’s commercial crude oil stocks down 1.4 percent

China's commercial crude oil inventory declined 1.4 percent month-on-month at the end of February due to lower imports and output. Net...

Zanzibar launches special aircraft for official start of oil, gas exploration

Tanzania's semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar on Tuesday launched special aircraft that will be used in exploring oil and gas in the Indian Ocean Islands. ...

Geopolitical, U.S. policies differ on oil, green energy

U.S. President Donald Trump administration's plans to lift government regulations and environmental protections on fossil fuel was good for the economy, two U.S. senators...