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Petroleum Commission urges diasporans to check out upstream prospects


Ghanaians in the diaspora have been encouraged to come household to explore the quite a few small business chances the upstream petroleum business offers. 

CEO of Petroleum Commission, Egbert Faibille Jnr. explained although the upstream sector is evolving, it seeks to generate good and equitable competition in a credible manner.

He was speaking at the Oil and Gasoline SME Networking Session arranged by the Ghana Houston Business Chamber through a panel dialogue lately.

The session afforded Ghanaians in the diaspora the system to realize the country’s oil and gas sector and collaborate with Ghanaian SME’s in the upstream sector to tap into prospects

Stressing on the significance of regulation (L.I 2204), the CEO of the Commission indicated the want for diasporans to generate the Ghanaian economic climate is paramount.

“A conducive atmosphere will be developed for the diasporas to spend in the various sectors of the economy,” he reported.

He further more defined the procedures involved in registering with the Fee as effectively as the importance of Joint Venture agreements and protocols in the marketplace.

The Place Supervisor of Kosmos Electricity, Dr Joe Mensah shared his expertise on how he overcame problems relating to settling and functioning a business in Ghana a ten years ago when he made the decision to go to the region.

He indicated that diasporans ready to work corporations in the oil and fuel business in the nation need to steer clear of the damaging perceptions and imbibe the “I-can-do-it” frame of mind.

Director of Local Articles of the Commission, Kwaku Boateng said in a submission: “Neighborhood Articles is a catalyst for improvement and gives options for area companies and creates options.

For that reason, as a Commission, we are dedicated to make certain that players in the field participate in important roles and make a important effects in the market.” 

The Ghana-Houston Enterprise Chamber is made up of Ghanaians in Houston. The Chamber seeks to foster partnerships aimed at advertising and marketing trade and financial investment in between both nations.

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