The September edition of the quarterly Energy Ghana Magazine is out and accessible online for free.
A product of the Energy Media Group, the publication was released on Thursday September 20, 2018.
The 52-page publication, with reports centred on relevant industry data, offers fresh perspectives on major events in the country’s energy sector. It covers happenings in the upstream and downstream subsectors, with global and African insights.
It comes with interesting narratives of recent energy stories, features, opinions, special reports and in-depth interviews with core industry personalities.
Featuring exclusive interviews with industry experts including Benjamin Boakye, the Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), and Kweku Agyeman-Duah, Chief Executive of the Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMC), the quarterly publication runs across topical issues in the sector – including electricity tariffs, power supply, nuclear power and radioactive waste, local content, the petroleum hub, and the cylinder recirculation model.
Magazine editor, Henry Teinor, said having the magazine online provides the convenience of easy accessibility to readers. “Our readers won’t have to worry about combing through town to buy the magazine, but can get their digital copy anywhere around the globe at their convenience.
“The world is evolving, and as a company you need to strategise to meet clients’ demands in order to stay in business,” he said, adding that in the 21st century where everything is going digital it is expedient that the online platform be used to reach a larger audience, especially when the number of mobile phones exceeds the entire Ghanaian population.
The magazine is specifically purposed for stakeholders in the country’s energy sector and all individuals interested in the industry and its trends. With easy-to-read language, the publication breaks down complex technicalities for easy understanding of pressing issues.
The publication’s relevant contents, according to the editor, makes for an interesting read – and it is just what the industry needs.
The next issue of the quarterly is due in December.