Mr. Egbert Faibile, the Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission, has praised the media for their critical role in advancing gains with the country’s Local Content Law.
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.
The Minority in Parliament has called on the government to transfer the shares held by Jubilee Oil Holding Limited (JOHL) to the Ghana National Petroleum Commission (GNPC) to assure citizens that appropriate oversight of the country’s petroleum resources is being exercised by Parliament and other stakeholders.
The African Energy Chamber (AEC) (www.EnergyChamber.org), the voice of Africa’s energy sector, is pleased to announce that Egbert Faibille, CEO of the Petroleum Commission of Ghana, will speak at the Invest in African Energy Reception in Dubai on March 30, an event hosted with the aim of providing investors from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) an opportunity to connect with African executives and explore new partnership possibilities.
PGS, a leading provider of geophysical services, has announced its partnership with the Ghanaian Petroleum Commission to bring the latest technology in interactive rock physics to Ghana’s offshore. This new regional atlas provides an exceptional screening tool for explorationists. It features well-known discoveries in the area, and provides key insights for porting success to new areas.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission , Egbert Faibille Jnr. has stated that the unitization of Springfield and ENI Sankofa fields has been declared.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission, Egbert Faibille Jnr., has stated that the unitization of Springfield and ENI Sankofa fields has been declared.
Petroleum Commission (PC) and its partners at the just ended 2022 Local Content and Exhibition Conference held in Takoradi in the Western Region have pledged to ensure a zero emissions by 2025.
The upstream petroleum industry awarded contracts worth US$3.6billion to indigenous companies over the last three years, thereby deepening the local content policy.
In line with Tullow Ghana’s deep-rooted commitment to supporting Ghanaian suppliers and subcontractors in the oil and gas industry, the company in collaboration with the Petroleum Commission (PC) has held the third session of its webinar workshops on security and man guarding services.