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NPA Engages Media to Highlight Petroleum Downstream Industry

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The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has intensified its efforts to educate the public about its activities in the petroleum downstream industry. As part of these efforts, the NPA has engaged the media in Koforidua to discuss key issues and respond to questions from journalists.

During the engagement, Mr Dominic Aboagye, Head of Planning at NPA, spoke on “Fuel Supply and Availability in Ghana,” explaining the measures put in place by the NPA to ensure that fuel is available to all consumers in the country. He also highlighted the Authority’s efforts to address the issue of fuel hoarding by some fuel station owners.

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Mr David Kena, Eastern Regional Manager of NPA, also explained the key operational issues of the Authority in the region. He touched on the licensing of fuel stations, monitoring of fuel quality, and other related matters.

One of the highlights of the event was the presence of Mr Kwami Sefa Kayi, a member of the Governing Board of NPA and Chairman of the Consumer Services sub-committee. Mr Kayi commended the NPA for the sensitization drive and urged the media to be more proactive by asking industry-related questions for clarifications.

For the most part, the engagement was an opportunity for the NPA to demonstrate its commitment to ensuring transparency and accountability in the petroleum downstream industry. It was also a chance for the media to gain a deeper understanding of the operations of the Authority and its efforts to promote the growth and development of the industry.

In conclusion, the NPA’s engagement with the media is a step in the right direction towards ensuring that consumers have access to accurate information about the petroleum downstream industry. It is hoped that such engagements will continue, and the NPA will work with the media to create awareness and educate the public about the industry.

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