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Kosmos Energy spends $37m on production, exploration at Jubilee in 2Q

Kosmos Energy spends $37m on production, exploration at Jubilee in 2Q

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Kosmos Energy says it has made a $37 million expenditure on production and exploration activities at the Jubilee oil fields during the second quarter of 2012, according to the oil company’s second quarter 2012 results released August 6, 2012. Production expense for the second quarter of 2012 was $20 million…

Accountability: Ghana Oil report sets new standard

Accountability: Ghana Oil report sets new standard

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The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) in Ghana published its first report on petroleum revenues for 2011 as Ghana seeks to improve accountability in the oil and gas  sector.…

Women have prospects in Oil and gas Industry in Africa — Geologist

Women have prospects in Oil and gas Industry in Africa — Geologist

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VibeGhana – The emerging oil and gas industry both in Ghana and in Uganda have a lot of prospects and potentials for all women in the two countries, Ms Lyoidah Kiconco, a Ugandan Geologist, said on Tuesday. “All the women need to do is to get the required training that will…

Statoil takes 35 pct stake in Ghana licence

Statoil takes 35 pct stake in Ghana licence

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(Reuters) – Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil said on Wednesday it agreed to take a 35 percent working interest in the Deepwater Tano/Cape Three Points deepwater licence offshore Ghana from Hess through a farm in agreement. Statoil will assume a 35 percent working interest in the licence and carry…

Tullow chief paid £2.36m in 2011

Tullow chief paid £2.36m in 2011

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By CIARÁN HANCOCK, Business Affairs Correspondent — Irishman Aidan Heavey was paid £2.36 million by successful oil and gas producer Tullow Oil in 2011, up 41.6 per cent on the previous year. Tullow’s chief executive and founder earned £1.67 million in 2010. Tullow’s annual report, published yesterday, shows that Mr…

US oil sanctions on Iran can affect Ghana – Minister

US oil sanctions on Iran can affect Ghana – Minister

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By Adwoa Dansowaa Awuku — A Deputy Energy Minister, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini says sanctions imposed on Iran by the United States and other Western countries can have repercussions for Ghana. The Minister explained the sanctions and accompanying insecurity in the Gulf region has an effect on the movement of oil…