The Government of Ghana has been advised on how it is dealing with the issues including the proposed unitisation between Eni’s Sankofa Gye Nyame (SGN) Field and Springfield’s West Cape Three Points’ (WCTP) Afina revelation just as the exit of ExxonMobil from Ghana.
The Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP) said the negative press related with these issues can possibly subvert the advancement made over the course of the years to empower interests into Ghana’s upstream petrol area.
This is additionally deteriorated by the current worldwide setting of the energy progress, which is designing a critical shift from petroleum derivative speculation to low carbon fuel sources.
AVCEP said in a proclamation that the positive reaction of significant oil makers and financial backers to the progress is advancing elective fuel sources that are altogether smothering the interest development for petroleum derivatives. An output of the methodology of significant oil makers shows a make progress way to turning out to be energy organizations through broad Research and Development (R&D).
“The shift is contracting the accessible capital for interests in new investigation exercises in the oil business and producing outrageous rivalry for restricted investigation reserves. Drawing in speculation, thusly, requires a positive, guaranteeing and safer world of politics.
“This climate can be accomplished through partner coordinated effort and straightforward commitment that diminishes cynicism and its specialist impacts on speculation fascination.
“ACEP’s assertion on these advancements is a preventative approach government and partners to act right and protect the speculation environment of the oil business.”
Proposed unitisation among SGN and Afina
“ACEP has followed correspondence from the Ministry of Energy guiding Eni and Springfield to unitise their fields.
“This order depended on GNPC’s evaluation of the petrol framework on the two fields, illuminating the organization’s decision that the Afina disclosure rides the SGN creation field. Notwithstanding, ACEP has located a resulting report by Eni, which unequivocally can’t help contradicting the ends made by GNPC.
“Without lucidity and public correspondence from the public authority on its position, the neighborhood media space has been seized with strain to speed up the execution of the unitisation mandates.
“Inside the worldwide press, the reportage proposes a discretionary inconvenience of unitisation on the two gatherings.”