The Ghana Oil and Gas Conference 2022 was held on the 9th of November 2022 at the Marriot Hotel.
Under the theme ‘Transitioning into a Low Carbon Economy’ players from both Government and Industry sat to deliberate about the fortunes of Ghana in this transition.
In his welcome address, David Ampofo, CEO of the Ghana Upstream Petroleum Chamber spoke about the imminent energy transition. He highlighted pressures from the Europe and Americas for a Low carbon economy and the policies in place to lead this charge, pointing out that this has a direct impact on investments and business in Africa’s oil and gas industry and in particular Ghana. He ended his address by admonishing Ghana to act with dispatch as the world transitions into a low carbon/green future, taking advantage of the opportunities available before we run out of time.
AI Energy Group, a wholly Ghanaian-owned oil and gas company, has met all international requirements and standards and has commenced the supply of IMO2020 compliant fuel, which is known as the fuel for the future, to its growing clients in Ghana and beyond.
In a landmark decision for both the environment and human health, January 1, 2020 has been set as the implementation date for a significant reduction in the sulphur content of the fuel oil used by ships.
ISO 45001 :2018 is a comprehensive approach which allows full integration with other management systems such as ISO 9001 :2015 and ISO 14001 :2015. AI Energy Group (AI), the wholly Ghanaian owned oil and gas company, also the preferred Upstream Services Provider in Ghana and the West African sub-region has attained this enviable feat.