Tullow Oil says it will continue to work on projects and initiatives which will propel development in the Western Region particularly in the area of education.
Director of external affairs, social performance and local content at Tullow Ghana, Cynthia Lumor stated this in an interview ahead of Tullow's annual stakeholders’ engagement with the Western Regional house of chiefs.
She said Tullow has already embarked on series of educational projects to improve infrastructure, to enhance teaching and learning as well as the provision of scholarships to host beneficiary students.
The engagement also offers an opportunity to brief the traditional leaders on developments since their previous year’s encounter.
According to Madam Lumor, the company will outline the company’s new vision for Africa and highlight the status of various projects both in the western region and nationally.
“We are focused on Africa on oil on being sustainable and being progressive, and those are the key components of our new vision,” she noted.
She said Tullow aims at being the most respectable and valuable Oil and Gas Company in Ghana and emphasized the annual dialogue with the company, chiefs and queen mothers as an important part of the company.
The company says it considers the Western region as central to its operations and that the company’s vision Africa, Oil Sustainability Progressive has the region as a key component.