Government’s establishment of the Enterprise Development Center (EDC) has positioned Ghanaian small-scale enterprises (GHSMEs) for mergers, partnerships and contracts in the country’s new oil and gas sector, less than a year after its establishment in Takoradi.
Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), a leading global telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today announced that it would join Bridge Alliance, a leading mobile alliance that is made up of 14 operators, serving more than 500 million customers.
Oil business interests around the world are attending the Africa Oil Upstream conference considered the largest gathering of oil and gas experts on the African continent, in the South African city of Cape Town.
The Ghana Oil and Gas Service Providers Association (GOGSPA) has hailed the passage of the local content law and called for its immediate implementation to ensure that local companies and the country benefited.
The Jubilee Partners have commended Ghanaian oil and gas service provider, Zeal Environmental Technologies Ltd (ZETL), for maintaining standards and the provision of world-class service to the support the industry in Ghana.
Nine Ghanaian journalists from selected media houses are receiving training to enable them better stimulate public debate in ensuring that proceeds from the oil, gas and mining sector are used in the best interests of the country and its citizens.
The Chairman of the Petroleum Commission, Professor Ivan Addae-Mensah, has called for linkages to be established between the oil and gas industry and other sectors of the economy to generate resources that can be used for the rapid development of national infrastructure.