Henry Teinor (left) and Mr Erasmus Alexander Kalitsi (right) with a copy of the magazine

Energy Media Group, an energy-based media firm in the Republic of Ghana, has outdoored a special edition of its industry-inspired Energy Ghana Magazine.

For an industry that is pivotal to the sustenance of the economy, accurate information is critical.

The 66-page publication collates and presents up-to-date relevant information for the country’s oil and gas sector players, highlighting vast opportunities that could be tapped for speedy national growth, despite huge obstacles presented by the coronavirus pandemic.

This special online-based edition comes with an essential focus on the dire impact of the pandemic on Ghana’s upstream and downstream sector, national revenues and development and the dedicated responses so far, as well as unplanned changes to business.

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“This year has been challenging but there have been opportunities to take advantage of. As it stands now, we all have to embrace the digital economy as our Vice President has been championing. This is when companies and organisations need to readjust to the new normal, so that these changes won’t just be for this period but even continue into the future after the pandemic to maximise our productivity and revenue,” said Ing. Henry Teinor, Editor of the magazine, at the launch.

In its pages, Mr Erasmus Alexander Kalitsi, a former Chief Executive and Board Chair of the Volta River Authority (VRA), shared his experiences on the beginnings and future prospects of the Authority in an exclusive interview.

Together with empowering the disabled for inclusion in the energy sector, the magazine also features a list of young sector leaders striving for critical changes in the sector, and countries that are taking bold steps to fight climate change.

The magazine also posts features of the key personalities in the industry and presents an outlook of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and the IEA’s assessment of the global oil and gas market.

Energy Ghana Magazine is available and accessible at www.energyghana.com/magazine.

Energy Media Group is a media firm dedicated to generating energy sector content for the general public, as well as promoting, marketing and coordinating projects, events and industry-related programmes and activities.


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