Ghana National Gas Company (GNGC), has accomplished 0 accidents since operations started on the Atuabo fuel processing plant within the Jomoro municipality of the Western Region, senior supervisor of Engineering and Maintenance, Mr Maxwell Kally, has reported.
He confident that the corporate was once centered to handle the feat and likewise be certain the protection of the infrastructure and group.
Mr Kally published those at a press soiree organised through Ghana Gas at the theme ‘The position of the media within the transformation of the oil and fuel business in Ghana’ in Takoradi on Wednes-day.
“For 10 years, we have maintained consistency and have an excellent safety culture that transcends Atuabo all the way to Takoradi, and I think that is phe-nomenal. We want the community led by the Western Region media fraternity to promote this good news, because, without safety, our community would be agitated. Led by our CEO, Dr Ben Asante, anything to do with safety is the first priority, and that is our busi-ness. We guarantee you the safety of our operations.”
Mr Kally argued that the safe-ty tradition was once similar to what existed within the business in Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Trinidad and Tobago or even the United Kingdom, pronouncing “Ghana Gas has been a leading gas company.”
He instructed the reporters that the Atuabo plant was once poised with tie-in preparations to provide fuel for the manufacturing of fertiliser on the Jomoro fertiliser plant.
In the development of fuel curtail-ment from offshore actions, the engineer stated there existed a billion-dollar interconnection with the Tema plant with a opposite go with the flow for the Atuabo fuel process-ing plant to obtain herbal fuel.
“There is a natural gas invest-ment in the event of gas curtail-ment and also we have an energy use and sustainable plan in place,” Mr Kally added.
On the position of the media in remodeling the oil business in Ghana, the Corporate Commu-nication Manager, Ghana Gas, Ernest Owusu- Bempah, stated reporters, had a important position to play.
“We need the media to pay particular attention so that the reportage that comes out will be accurate,key public information that will be disseminated to the general public. Indeed, the role of the media in the development of every nation cannot be over-looked.”
The media, Mr Owusu-Be-mpah famous, had turn out to be central and extra forceful, pronouncing “the media should not be in a haste to break the news.”
The oil and fuel business, he stated, was once a brand new house of find out about and that, Ghana Gas along side the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) would determine a route purposely to serve the power sector.
Mr Owusu-Bempah stated “As head of company communica-tion I would love to emphasize the position you play could be very important to my luck and to reaching my desires and likewise to develop the business. You are the mouthpiece, the ears and the eyes of the ordi-nary Ghanaians.
Author: Ghanaian Times