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Vol.9 No.2: Reframing the Discourse on Oil in Ghana: A Problemof Politics : Eric Kramon
Vol.9 No.2: Reframing the Discourse on Oil in Ghana: A Problemof Politics : Eric Kramon
04 August, 2008

Ghana’s 2007 discovery of oil in commercial quantities has sparked much discussion about how government, and Ghana in general, should govern the fast-growing oil industry and future revenues that will  accrue to the state as early as 2010. In light of this, the government convened representatives from government, the private sector, and the international community in Accra for a National Forum on Oil and Gas Development in February 2008. Among the topics discussed were such issues as “Turning Oil and Gas Wealth Into Sustainable and Equitable Development,” “Entrenching Transparency and Stakeholder Engagement,” “Effective Management

of the Oil and Gas Sector,” and “Safeguarding Security and the Environment.”
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