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Tullow Ghana supports manpower development for oil industry

Tullow Ghana Limited has reiterated its commitment to support local manpower development for Ghana’s budding oil and gas industry.
The company and other partners have donated geo-science books to the KNUST College of Engineering, to aid graduate training in petrochemical and allied engineering.
According to Nana Appia Kyei, Subsurface Manager at Tullow, the teaching and learning of geology and geophysics are fundamental disciplines in crude oil exploration.
He believes the country needs a mass of professionals in disciplines like sub-sea, petroleum and reservoir engineering to facilitate oil production.
Nana Kyei says resourcing the KNUST College of Engineering is part of Tullow’s commitment to “sharing the prosperity that flows from doing business in Ghana with our host community”.
“We need to have well-educated Geologists and Geophysics who will help Ghana to find more of oil besides what Tullow and partners have already discovered. We also need petroleum and reservoir engineers who will help us to produce the oil”, he added.
Provost of the College of Engineering, Prof. Samual Kofi Ampadu, noted that the donated books will enhance the College’s focus to be a centre of excellence in engineering education in Africa and lead in national industrial development.

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