Ghana’s oil and gas trade mission opens in Aberdeen
The Petroleum Commission, Ghana has at the ongoing Oil and Gas Trade Mission in Aberdeen outlined hung business opportunities in the country’s upstream sector, which require partnerships.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Chief Executive Officer of the PC, Mr. Egbert Faibille Jnr., said in the very fast emerging industry, there are opportunities in front end engineering design, detailed and other engineering designs, fabrication and construction. OpportunitiesHe also identified other areas of business as in materials and procurement, well drilling services, exploration, subsurface, petroleum engineering and seismic services, supply and disposal services, information communication technology (ICT), marine operations as well as logistic services.
In Ghana “our companies need partners to be able to meet the standards of the operators of our current production fields and others yet to come on stream,” he said. The CEO told the Scottish companies gathered at the conference with the requisite capacities to partner Ghana’s companies not to hesitate to pitch and win such contracts. The forum is attended by the Scottish Development International, Aberdeen-Grampian Chamber of Commerce and the Ghana UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce as well Ghanaian businesses to meet more than 50 companies from Ghana to the city of Aberdeen. With rich experience in the upstream oil and gas in Europe he said Ghanaian companies attending the conference and those in Ghana are ready for business.