Accra, Sept. 20, GNA – The September Edition
of the quarterly Energy Ghana Magazine is out and accessible online for free.
The 52-page publication, centred on relevant
industry data, offers fresh perspectives on major events in the country’s
The magazine is a product of the Energy Media
A statement signed by Mr Henry Teinor, the
Editor of the Magazine, and copied to the Ghana News Agency, in Accra, said it
also covered happenings in the upstream and downstream sub-sectors, with global
and African insights.
It comes with interesting narratives of recent
energy stories, features, opinions, special reports and in-depth interviews
from core industry personalities.
The magazine features exclusive interviews
with industry experts including Benjamin Boakye, the Executive Director of the
Africa Centre for Energy Policy and Mr Kweku Agyeman-Duah, the Chief Executive
of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies.
Mr Teinor said the quarterly publication runs
across topical issues in the sector, including electricity tariffs, power
supply, nuclear power and radioactive waste, local content, the petroleum hub
and the cylinder recirculation model.
Mr Teinor said the online magazine provides
the convenience of ease of accessibility to readers.
“Our readers wouldn’t have to worry combing
through town to buy the magazine but can get their digital copy anywhere around
the globe at their convenience,” he said.
“The world is evolving and as a company you
need to strategize to meet clients’ demands in order to stay in business”.
He said in the 21st century where
everything was going digital, it was expedient that the online platform be used
to reach a larger audience, especially when the number of mobile phones
exceeded the entire Ghanaian population.
The magazine is specifically purposed for
stakeholders in the energy sector and all individuals interested in the
industry and its trends.
“With an easy-to-read language, the
publication breaks down complex technicalities for easy understanding of
The next edition of the magazine will be due
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