The truth behind oil find in Ghana – Sam Jonah

The truth behind oil find in Ghana

tramadol 50mg get you high

viagra wholesale producing country.

buy somanabolic muscle maximizer

viagra originale farmacie in svizzera get discount viagra online side effects of tramadol hcl 50 mg tablets safe website to buy viagra from

buy generic viagra online australia

female viagra wikipedia

viagra pills cost

viagra for sale in texas canada order viagra

brand name viagra online canada view

sildenafil citrate generic viagra horn herbal viagra

women viagra uk ebay uk viagra

buy Viagra Professional

best price viagra 100mg costco click

buy viagra bulk uk

He worked with state oil companies from Canada (Petro-Canada International), Norway (Statoil) and Brazil (Petrobras) and Nigeria (NNPC’s seismic subsidiary) to acquire new data. Through these bilateral arrangements GNPC staff became familiar with modern technology such as “3-D” seismic surveys.

Eventually, Tsatsu persuaded these collaborators to support GNPC’s acquisition of the expensive computer technology to enable her Ghanaian explorationists to undertake much of this analysis in Ghana.

This in turn provided a platform for a massive upgrade of GNPC’s computer technology with positive impacts on all other sectors of its work and with distinct benefits for example for Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

It was the availability of this extensive database and the challenging analyses of old data by Ghanaian geophysicists working under Tsatsu that made Ghana such an attractive exploration destination in the mid-’80s despite earlier skepticism.

It was the ceaseless interpretation and re- interpretation of the GNPC’s growing geological and geophysical database inspired by and supervised by Tsatsu that identified many new prospects.

Tsatsu literally set the course of Ghana’s exploration drilling for an entire generation. Those who worked with him in the sector are in a better position than I to give further details.

But I saw enough to be able to say that his investment in institution building and in exploration have contributed immensely to the recent discoveries at Cape Three Points.

For the health of our nation, for the sake of posterity and the development of a culture that recognizes selfless and dedicated service, we must all acknowledge the immense contribution that Tsatsu made to the development of the petroleum sector.

It is not too late to do so.

Sam Jonah.