The Ghana Oil and Gas Awards has released a list of 31 institutions and 11 individuals who have been shortlisted for the sixth edition of the Ghana Oil and Gas Awards (GOGA).
Participating companies include Ai Energy Group, Rigworld International Services, Seaweld Engineering Limited, J.K Horgle Transport and Company Limited, J.K Ahiadome Transport & Co Limited, Petroleum Solutions, Puma Energy, Rigworld Solutions, Meridian Logistics and Engineering Limited, KEK Insurance Brokers, Hills Oil Marketing Company Limited, Eni Ghana Exploration & Production Company Ltd, Rigworld International Services Ltd,
Others include Rigworld Training Centre, Xpress Gas Company Ltd, Vivo Energy-Shell Licensee, Goil Company Ltd, Jonmorre International Ltd, Juwel Energy Ltd, Adonai Shipping Ltd, Andev Company Ltd, Manbah Gas Company Ltd, Republic Bank Ghana, Fidelity Bank Ghana, Total Petroleum Ghana Ltd, Blue Ocean Investments Ltd Frimps Oil, Modec Production Services Ghana JV Limited, Pacific Oil Company Ltd, Africa Centre For Energy Policy, Axiss Shipping Company and Integrity Logistics & Consult Ltd.
In a statement issued and signed by Richard Abbey Jnr, Events Director at Xodus Communications Limited, the Awards represent a cross-section of oil and gas stakeholders ranging from government, upstream, midstream, downstream, regulators, civil society, financial institutions, and insurers, among others.
This year’s Awards, which will take place on Friday 13th December 2019 at Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, will also confer special recognition Awards on Moses Dotsey Aklorbortu a reporter at Daily Graphic and Yaa Amoaku -Adu as the Young Achiever of the year.
The Awards is expected to induct three companies into the Hall of Fame and further celebrate giants in the oil and gas industry.
Ghana Oil and Gas Awards remains the largest industry initiative dedicated to championing excellence endorsed by the Ministry of Energy in Partnership with industry stakeholders like the National Petroleum Authority and Ghana Oil and Gas Service Providers Association
It brings together players in the oil and gas industry. The Awards recognises achievements from local and international companies involved in the Ghana oil and gas sector that have played a defining role in moving the industry forward.
The Ghanaian economy has become increasingly reliant on energy to sustain growth. Operators in oil and gas fields must be the very best at what they do to win an Award.
The Award is a trademark owned by Xodus Communications Limited organisers of the Ghana Insurance Awards, Ghana Manufacturing Awards, Forty Under 40 Awards and Ghana Auto Awards.
The initiative is to showcase companies’ activities and achievements in the past year and reward excellence in Local Content, Stewardship, Health and Safety, Corporate Social Responsibility and more.
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