The Council of the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers-Ghana (COPEC GH) has charged the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) to ensures that only cleaner 10ppm petroleum products are imported into the country.
The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana (COPEC-GH) has called for a policy for the determination of transport fares in the country, saying it cannot be left to the whims of commercial drivers.
The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) says Ghana is likely to miss out on the January 2017 deadline for the reduction of sulphur content in diesel from 3,300 parts per million (ppm) to 50 ppm. read more>>
DANGER: Be ware as BOST releases contaminated fuel onto the market. read more>>
The downstream petroleum sector of Ghana comprises three main blocs or stakeholders including the Government (regulatory and standards), the Petroleum Service Providers and Consumers. An examination of the activities of these individual players will reveal that the consumer is the weakest amongst them.read more
COPEC GH works to ensure the sustainable creation of broad‐based improvements in the downstream petroleum sector through the provision of credible, unbiased, non-political research and advocacy for the benefit of all including government, bulk oil distribution companies, oil marketing companies and the general public.
Sign up for our news letters