Oil markets are now fully focused on the upcoming OPEC+ meeting, with reports that the group may deepen cuts being counteracted by an apparent lack of unity amongst OPEC members on the issue.
The Chief Executive Officer of Pecan Energies Ghana Limited, Ms. Kadijah Amoah, has been adjudged the ‘Female Energy Personality of the Year’ at the 2023 Ghana Energy Awards.
This year’s Local Content Conference and Exhibition (LCCE), organised by the Petroleum Commission, is expected to attract over 1,200 participants to Takoradi in the Western Region from tomorrow to Friday.
First half production from the country’s three main oilfields has declined by 13.2 per cent to 22.45 million barrels (bbls) from 25.86 bbls in the same period last year.
The Deputy Energy Minister, Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, says government is ready to implement its gold-for-oil barter deal
Puma Energy has announced that from 2023 it will offer its commercial and industrial customers the chance to install solar on their sites.
Despite sanctions and pledges to stop buying Russian crude, the country’s oil output has continued to exceed expectations.
The Vice Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Nasir Alfa Mohammed, has said the existence of the committee has impacted positively on petroleum revenue management (PRM) in the country in the past 11 years.
Tesla CEO and world’s richest person Elon Musk on Monday backed additional efforts to drill for natural gas and oil in the short term, in line with his recent change in tune on the use of non-renewable sources like fossil fuels and nuclear energy.
Shell Plc, ExxonMobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation, and Equinor ASA have said they will withdraw their lawsuits of about $3 billion, against the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited.