STRCCI is establishing links with its counterpart in Trinidad
The Sekondi-Takoradi Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STRCCI) is establishing links with the Energy Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tabago to enable it assist its members to take advantage of the Oil and Gas Local Content Bill when it is passed into law.
  Apr-14:   Petroleum imports increased in 2016 but consumption dropped
  Jul-14:   Steel companies in Ghana threaten shut-down
  Nov-22:   Ghana seeks $2.5 billion investment to double capacity at ports
  Nov-14:   1,600 workers of AngloGold to be put on contract next year
  Oct-30:   Low tariff scaring away investors – Pelpuo asserts
  Oct-21:   Tema port could lose trade to Togo - Industrialist warns
  Oct-11:   Govt to invest $20bn in new oil discoveries
  Sep-30:   Prices of diesel and Petrol go down marginally
  Sep-19:   Completion date for Ghana gas pipeline project pushed to April 2014
  Jul-05:   Gas pipeline 95% complete; Nigeria to resume supply in days - Energy Minister
  May-02:   Delays in completion of Jubilee oil field may lead to gas flaring
  May-02:   First unit of Bui Project ready to generate power
  Apr-15:   Ghana’s model vehicle unveiled by Suame Magazine artisans
  Apr-06:   Shaanxi mining company promises to pay compensation to Talensi residents
  Apr-03:   More gas discovered in Western Region
  Mar-14:   Work on Kommenda Sugar Factory to commence in July
  Mar-09:   Gov’t won’t sell TOR, Information Minister affirms
  Mar-05:   Finance Minister promises transparency in mining contracts
  Nov-06:   VRA increases capacity of Aboadze Thermal Plant
  Jul-20:   Ghana makes another discovery offshore
  Jun-25:   TOR to start refining jubilee crude
  Jun-09:   Ghana Mining Sector shows strong performance in 2011 -Chamber
  Mar-25:   Government to empower ECG to provide quality service
  Dec-07:   Gold Fields to abondon $1billion investment projects in Ghana
  Nov-23:   Government urged to address crude oil problem
  Nov-18:   Mining firms cry over new taxes
  Oct-10:   Sahara, Hess want a piece of oil cake
  Oct-07:   Ghana''s Jan-Sept crude output about 16.7 mln barrels
  Oct-06:   Toni Aubynn is new CEO of Ghana Chamber of Mines
  Oct-03:   Two BOST budges now operational
  Sep-30:   Joyce Aryee retires from Ghana Chamber of Mines
  Sep-09:   TOR to swap crude oil with VRA
  Sep-08:   TOR must not shut down - Mills
  Sep-07:   TOR faces shut down in two weeks
  Sep-04:   NPA Boss – There is enough gas in the country but
  Sep-01:   Mining has failed Ghana - says TUC boss
  Aug-26:   NPA boss urges government to invest in gas infrastructure
  Aug-22:   STX: Adenta MP wants gov’t to withdraw sovereign guarantee
  Aug-22:   If STX fails, gov’t would have a huge hole to plug – Ablakwa
  Aug-18:   Inusah Fuseini: No company has monopoly over gas supply
  Aug-16:   LPG shortage: Government considers removing subsidies
  Aug-02:   STX is a done deal – Alban Bagbin
  Jul-31:   Ghana lost no revenue from FPSO meters breakdown
  Jul-27:   Pozzolana cement factory to be shut down
  Jul-15:   Minister blames cement shortage on irregular power supply
  Jun-07:   No gas flaring- GIPC
  Jun-03:   AGI welcomes new policy aimed at growing industry
  May-27:   VRA to increase power supply by 1000 megawatts
  May-20:   VRA states position on VALCO
  May-19:   Our machines are breaking down - AGI cries out over erratic power
  May-16:   Defective flow metres on FPSO could shortchange Ghana; Oil expert
  May-10:   Ghana lacks key safeguards for regulating Oil - Group Says
  May-10:   Tema Oil Refinery cannot refine Jubilee Oil - Tullow
  Apr-28:   Tullow oil wants fast tracking of gas development project
  Apr-21:   Kosmos lifts second oil consignment today
  Apr-13:   Ghana gets $6.5m Norway grant for oil exploration matters
  Apr-12:   Gov’t: 2020 target of 90% local content the oil sector realistic
  Apr-04:   Ghana needs updated ports to attain regional hub status- Segbefia
  Mar-28:   Tullow finds signs of more crude and gas off Cape Three Points
  Mar-14:   Tullow Oil gears up to appraise more oil wells