NPA Boss Warns Against Fronting In LPG Distribution
Created on 12 March 2019
The Chief Executive Officer of the National Petroleum Authority, Hassan Tampuli has vowed to deal mercilessly with local companies found fronting for foreign companies in the Cylinder Recirculation Model (CRM) for the distribution of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
Cylinder Recirculation Model not cast in stone - Dr. Amin Adam
Created on 09 March 2019
Deputy Energy Minister for Petroleum, Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, says government is not impervious to ideas that will inure to the effective implementation of the Cylinder Recirculation Model. Speaking at a stakeholders’ engagement forum in Accra, Dr. Amin Adam stated that though consultations about the policy have been widely conducted, government is still open to ideas that will help improve the eventual rollout.
NPA launches 2019 ‘People Safety First’ campaign
Created on 28 February 2019
Chief executive of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Hassan Tampuli, has officially launched the organisation’s 2019 “People Safety First” campaign, an initiative launched to raise awareness for safety protocols in the petroleum sector.
NPA inaugurates taskforce to fight fuel smuggling
Created on 20 February 2019
A joint national taskforce to oversee the export of petroleum products across Ghana’s borders has been inaugurated. In an effort to curb the menace, the National Petroleum Authority in collaboration with other bodies have initiated measures to conduct swoop exercises on trucks suspected to be involved in the dumping of products meant for export into the country. The joint taskforce comprises of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Ghana Revenue Authority...
Ghana Army courts NPA support to train maritime experts
Created on 13 February 2019
Chief Executive of National Petroleum Authority, Hassan Tampuli, was the Guest Speaker at the opening of the 14th Exclusive Economic Zone Management and Operations course, at the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Accra. The course is expected to expose participants to the key essentials of maritime related operations, improving regional collaborations, and dealing with potential threats to maritime activities in the sub-region. Mr. Tampuli said the program has...
GHC232m spent in providing tax reliefs on petroleum products - Energy Minister
Created on 06 February 2019
The Energy Minister has disclosed that government spent ¢232 million providing tax reliefs on petroleum products to ordinary Ghanaians between December 2017 and June 2018. John Peter Amewu says the reliefs are part of government’s efforts to use tax interventions to mitigate the impact of the increasing price of oil on the international market on Ghanaians.