Ghana is one of the key countries in our 2019-2022 strategy. We operate in the Exploration & Production and Refining & Marketing and Chemical sectors and invest in local development initiatives.
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Eni Ghana Exploration and Production Limited
Bradley Tower Building,William Tubman Road, Ridge
- PMB KA 185 - Accra - Ghana
The initiatives will contribute to the Government of Ghana’s strategy for ensuring universal access to modern, clean and safe energy sources by 2030.
In the presence of Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and of Eni’s President Emma Marcegaglia, Ghana’s Senior Minister Yaw Osafo-Maafo and Eni’s CEO Claudio Descalzi inaugurated today in Dormaa East, Bono region, the Okuafo Pa Agricultural Training Center
OCTP is the only deep offshore non-associated gas development in Sub-Saharan Africa entirely destined to domestic consumption and it will guarantee at least 15 years of stable, reliable, affordable gas supplies to Ghana.
The meeting was the occasion to discuss the frontrunner role Ghana can play in the partnership Eni recently signed with UNDP to combine efforts on the development of renewable energy, energy efficiency, forestry and clean cooking initiatives.
Eni, Vitol and GNPC signed with the President of Ghana and the Minister of Petroleum the agreement to proceed with the OCTP project. The project will provide domestic gas supply to Ghana’s thermal power plants for more than 15 years
Eni starts production from the OCTP Integrated Oil&Gas Development Project, in Ghana's offshore, ahead of schedule and with a record time...
A new record for Eni in deep-field production: the Sankofa-Gye Nyame field, in the prolific OCTP block
Eni (70%) and its partner Vitol (30%) have been awarded rights to Block WB03, located in the medium deep waters of the prolific Tano Basin, offshore Ghana.
Eni, through its subsidiary Eni Ghana Exploration and Production Limited, is the operator of the OCTP license with a 47.22% interest