In December last year commercial production began and just last month the country marked the first anniversary.
Already things are starting to change – new businesses setting up to service the offshore oil industry, an increase in population, and spiraling expectations.
But a year into commercial production more complicated issues seem to be coming up – from concerns that expats are controlling the sector to reports of disparities against the local workforce.
In this documentary, Stained With Oil – Kwaku Owusu Peprah explores these issues and finds out if Ghana can indeed achieve its projected 90 pecent local content by the year 2020
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