Ghana Oil Almanac v 0.9

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Welcome to the Ghana Oil Almanac - the first open source reference for the Ghanaian oil industry.

Learn about how the country came to be known as the "Gold Coast", the beginnings and evolution of Ghana's hydrocarbons and mineral industries and the discovery of the Jubilee Field in 2007 that launched explosive growth in the industry; or find an overview of how the hydrocarbons and mineral sectors in Ghana are being overseen by regulatory bodies.

This is a living document that will continue to expand as articles are added by contributors in Ghana and elsewhere. If you want to make a guide to the extractives industries in your country, see our three-question, two-minute questionnaire or contact us at wikiguides(at)openoil.net

This wiki was created by OpenOil, an energy research and policy consultancy based in Berlin. Visit our website to learn more about us, including:

Energy Industry Background

The 'Energy Mix', Ghanaian Hydrocarbon Reserves, Definition of Reserves, ...

Regulatory Framework

Local Content and Employment Issues in Ghana, Overview of Mineral Sector Regulation in Ghana, ASM in Ghana, ...

Historical Overview

History of Oil and Gas Industry in Ghana, History of Minerals Industry in Ghana, Socio-Environmental Impacts of Extractives Industry in Ghana, ...

State-Owned Entities

Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC)...

International Oil Companies

Overview of IOCs in Ghana, Afren, Eni ...

International Mining Companies

Overview of IMCs in Ghana, AngloGold Ashanti, Red Back Mining ...

Oil and Gas Fields

Oil and Gas Fields in Ghana, Jubilee Field, ...

Key Infrastructure

Overview of Oil and Gas Infrastructure in Ghana, Overview of Mining Infrastructure in Ghana, Tema Oil Refinery, ...

Regional Dynamics

Ghana-Cote d'Ivoire, Chinese Investment in Africa, ...

Resource Transparency Opportunities

Resource Curse, Natural Resource Charter, Resource Transparency Movement, ...

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