Business News of Saturday, 4 March 2017
The Deputy Minister-Designate for Northern Region, Solomon Boar has observed that his appointment by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is a call to duty.
The National Petroleum Authority joined industry professionals for this year’s Plats Oil and Energy and Argus Crude and Products forums respectively held in London.
Each year the forums kick-starts London International Petroleum Week with the latest analysis on market trends and the outlook for crude and related oil products.
At the fora, editors and analysts share their latest insights, and engage in market dialogue with delegates asking questions and giving their views.
The NPA delegation which was led by Chief Executive, Mr. Alhassan Tampuli participated Plats discussions on the global outlook for crude oil, middle distillates and the light ends markets of gasoline, naphtha and LPG, alongside updates on the evolution of our key benchmark price assessments.
At Argus, the meeting was based on their price assessment methodology, world price outlook and other supply issues. He was supported by Director of Pricing, Planning and Research, Mrs. Alpha Okaija Welbeck and Head of Planning and Research, Mrs. Sheila Abiemo.