‘Atuabo Gas Will Optimize Tariffs’

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He expressed satisfaction with the level of work at the gas processing plant at Atuabo.

The Director of Public Relations and External Affairs of PURC, Nana Yaa Gyantua, indicated that ‘gas is a cheap source of energy as compared to crude oil, which is used by government and other independent power-producing companies.’ The Technical Committee members earlier visited the Volta River Authority (VRA) and the Aboadze Thermal Plant to learn at first-hand the operational challenges hampering the production of electricity in the country.

The proposed plans and programmes were presented to the Technical Committee.

Nana Yaa Gyantuah said the visit was also to find out how the management of the VRA was trying to improve the power situation.

Nana Yaa Jantuah added that the committee was committed to ensuring the deliver of quality utility services to consumers.

Stephen Owusu, Maintenance Engineer and Manager at the VRA, noted that the gas project would enhance the company’s operations.

He said currently the country spends millions of dollars daily on crude oil and that with the production of gas from Atuabo, the country would spend half of the amount spent on crude oil.

Mr. Owusu however added that the gas would only complement and ensure availability but would not halt the power outages that the country was facing.

From Emmanuel Opoku, Atuabo

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