Kofi Kodua Sarpong (pictured), head of Ghana’s public oil company (GNPC), said his country is ready to export to the new countries involved in the sector, the knowledge gained in oil development, during the last ten years.
An announcement on Monday at a meeting in Accra on the local content of oil and gas in Africa, which comes after the signing of a memorandum of understanding in this area with The Gambia and Sierra Leone.
The latter two countries are at an embryonic stage in the development of oil exploration activities and information-sharing with Ghana could be an important pillar.
Sarpong said, however, that cooperation with The Gambia and Sierra Leone will also allow Ghana to benefit from the experience of these countries.
It should be recalled that two memoranda of understanding, in the sharing of experience with future producers, are planned to be signed in the coming weeks, particularly with Guyana and Liberia.
In June, Ghana promised Guyana to assist in the efficient management of its oil revenues.
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