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Petroleum receipts hit US$4bnTotal petroleum receipts since the beginning of commercial production up to 2017 is US$4.009 billion, realised from the sale of 253,085,873 barrels of crude oil.
VRA to ‘sell’ hotel, farms and construction companiesThe country’s largest power producer, Volta River Authority, has begun processes to strip itself of various non-core subsidiary businesses, as it seeks to focus on its core mandate of power generation, mitigate its losses and improve the performance of these loss-making entities.
LPG retailers end strikeMembers of the Ghana Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Operators Association (GLiPGOA) have called off their strike which lasted for three days.
MiDA signs Implementing Entity Agreement with Energy MinistryThe Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) on Monday signed an Implementing Entity Agreement (IEA) with the Ministry of Energy to enable the two entities to continue to partner in the implementation of the Millennium Compact Projects in Ghana.
Energy Ministry to meet LPG operators over strikeThe Ministry of Energy is expected to meet with the leaders of the Ghana Liquefied Petroleum Gas Operators Association (GLiPGOA) to find an amicable solution to their concerns which have led to their declaration of a nationwide strike.
OMCs are collapsing because of fuel smuggling - Kwaku Agyemang DuahThe Chairman of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies(AOMC) Mr Kwaku Agyemang Duah has told Accra-based Oman Fm in an interview monitored by MyNewsGH.com that activities of fuel smugglers are crippling their businesses warning that the situation if not curtailed could lead to job losses.
We are not on strike - Goil LPGThe Ghana Oil Company Limited says its Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) outlets across the country are offering uninterrupted services to the general public despite the strike declared by LPG retailers across the country.