Ghana Wants More Local Participation In Petroleum Sector – Egbert Faibille
The Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission Egbert Faibille has invited local investors who are into manufacturing and assembling to delve into the petroleum sector.
Faibille said these businesses can have discussions with the petroleum companies on some of the equipment they need to work with that can be manufactured locally so that they can be produced in Ghana to support the sector. He said the Commission was determined to ensure local participation in the petroleum sector of the economy.
At a short ceremony to commence technical training for some staff of the Petroleum Commission by Halliburton, Ghana, a player in the upstream sector, Mr Faibille Jnr. called on Ghanaians to explore other avenues to benefit from the sector. “We should also be able to assemble or fabricate machines here instead of always supplying them,” he said.
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