Kweku Andoh Awotwi, Managing Director of Tullow Ghana, has been promoted to Govt Vice President of Tullow Oil plc, following a reorganization of the Team composition.
The Tullow Ghana Company, which was previously part of Tullow’s West Africa Organization, is now a standalone business enterprise less than the new Group composition. This demonstrates the materiality and great importance of TGL within Tullow and underlines the Group’s prolonged-time period commitment to Ghana.
As an Executive Vice-President, Kweku Awotwi is now a member of Tullow’s Government Workforce, which has oversight and obligation for Tullow’s world wide functions.
Mr Awotwi will also keep entire oversight of Tullow Ghana.
He is now a member of the Tullow Team Executive Team which operates the business working day-to-day and is headed by CEO, Paul McDade.
This is the first time that Tullow Ghana’s chief has been element of Tullow’s Govt management.
Tullow’s Main Government Officer, Paul McDade reported, “I am delighted to welcome Kweku to Tullow’s Executive Crew wherever he will offer a robust voice and leadership for our Ghana business. We will also gain from his comprehensive knowledge across a selection of industries in Africa and the US. This alter also recognises Tullow Ghana’s importance to our Company’s composition.”
Chairman of the Tullow Ghana and Team Advisor, Africa Enterprise, Ike Duker, said, “Kweku’s appointment is incredibly constructive news and demonstrates a recognition of the materiality and maturity of our Ghana organization, and further more demonstrates the pioneering part Tullow has performed in the development of Ghana’s Oil & Fuel marketplace. It also fulfils a crucial component of Tullow’s Africanisation agenda, a journey we embarked on about a 10 years back.”
Kweku Awotwi, Tullow Ghana MD and Govt Vice President, claimed, “I am seeking ahead to not only representing Tullow Ghana as section of Tullow’s Executive Staff but also taking component in the broader management and administration of Tullow.”
He extra, “Tullow Ghana has a vivid future as we glance to boost oil and fuel generation from Jubilee and 10, explore for new hydrocarbons and keep on to enjoy a leading function in Ghana’s quick-developing oil and fuel field.”