Gas Supply To Aboadze Starts 2nd Quarter

CEO of Ghana Gas Dr Sipa-Adjah  Yankey (inset) and ongoing work at Ghana Gas

The Atuabo Gas Processing Plant is expected to begin the supply of gas to the Aboadze Thermal Plant after the second quarter of 2014.

A press release issued recently and signed by Alfred Ogbamey, Communications Manager, Ghana National Gas Company Limited, said the plant is initially expected to produce 70 million standard cubic feet per day (MMscfd) of gas, with a projected increase to 120 MMscfd by the last quarter of this year.

Meanwhile, GNGC has been nominated for the ‘Best Enterprise 2014’ prestigious international award in quality and management by EBA Conferences, while its Chief Executive Officer, Dr. George Sipa-Adjah Yankey, has also been nominated in the ‘Manager of the Year’ category.

A letter to the CEO of Ghana Gas from Mary Winger, Event Manager of the EBA Conferences, organizers of the award, said the selection of Ghana Gas and its CEO were the result of ‘research by the analytical centres of the Europe Business Assembly (EBA) at Oxford, UK.

Successful nominees will be honoured at an award ceremony organized by the International Socrates Committee, Summit of Leaders and supported by reputable non-profit organisations from over 16 countries.

‘We are pleased to invite you to participate in the ceremony ‘Achievements 2014′ and to present the investment and technological capacities of your company during the working panel,’ Ms. Winger noted.

The ‘Achievements 2014’ award focus on drawing business partners towards companies with modern management and reliable business reputation for cooperation. It honours the best companies across the globe.

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