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Disregard ‘mischievous’ fuel smuggling allegations – GRA

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has dismissed accusations of fuel smuggling by its Customs...

OMC complexities impose enormous challenges – Marketing Expert

The complexities in the oil marketing supply-chain impose enormous challenges for both operators...

OMCs’ tussle over market share could stabilise fuel prices this month – IES

Energy think tank Institute of Energy Security says competition between oil marketing companies...

Agyapa Royalties deal: Account for GH¢1.5 billion oil money first – CSOs to govt

Former Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Dr Steve Manteaw says...

Unstable oil prices affecting petroleum downstream business, threatening jobs

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC) has lamented the dire effects of unstable...
Zimbabwe: Hwange Expansion Slightly Behind

Zimbabwe: Hwange Expansion Slightly Behind

Work on the Hwange Power Station expansion to add two units with a combined output of 600 megawatts, has reached 48 percent completion but has fallen behind the second quarter target of 57 percent due to global travel restrictions caused by Covid-19 pandemic. The...

Nigeria: In Saving Economy, Govt Says Fuel Subsidy Gone for Good

Nigeria: Govt Saves N91bn From Payment of Defunct PHCN Debts

The federal government said it saved at least N91 billion from the payment of liabilities owed the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), after thorough negotiation with the creditors. Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO), which manages...

Mauritius: Govt Scrambles to Contain Massive Oil Spill

Mauritius: Govt Scrambles to Contain Massive Oil Spill

Police say they were authorized to board the Japanese-owned ship as part of its investigation into the oil spill that sparked an ecological disaster. Both Japan and France said they will send disaster relief teams. The operator of MV Wakashio, a Japanese bulk carrier,...

Minister inspects Alavanyo hydro power project

Minister inspects Alavanyo hydro power project

The Minister for Energy, Mr John-Peter Amewu, has inspected a newly completed mini hydro power project at Alavanyo Abehenease in the Volta Region. The $400,000 project, which was expected to beef up power supply to the township, was commenced in 2005 but stalled until...

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