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Ghana Recognizes the Need for Energy Transition, Still Sees Gas as Key - Deputy Minister

Lastweek, Ghana's deputy energy minister stated that while he realises the need for an energy transition, he is convinced that gas will be an essential source of energy in the future.

Ghana discovered oil in 2007 and began producing at the end of 2010, driving economic growth to approximately 14% the following year and generating expectations of a gold rush.

According to the finance minister, the country's state-owned petroleum firm is aiming to buy oil assets in order to speed up exploration before the move away from fossil fuels reshapes the market.

Ghana is aiming for 100 percent energy access by 2024 and is developing a nuclear power plant, according to the deputy minister.

Source : Ghana Recognizes the Need for Energy Transition, Still Sees Gas as Key - Deputy Minister
Posted On: 11/24/2021 12:00:00 AM

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