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Ghana to rake in $2.3bn annually from Sankofa gas project

New figures released by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has projected that the Sankofa Gye Nyame Oil and Gas field will generate about $2.3 billion in revenues for the government of Ghana annually .

The field which will provide reliable gas supply for thermal plants is also estimated to help produce about 1000 megawatts of power.

The IFC anticipates that the project will provide a stable and long-term source of domestic gas that will solve country’s chronic gas supply constraints.

Already, the World Bank Group has provided a total of $1.217 billion in debt and guarantees to support the project which is estimated to cost a total $7.7 billion.

The project which will be completed in 2018 is being developed by Italian Firm ENI SpA and upstream trader Vitol Ghana.

Per the agreement, ENI holds a 44.4 percent stake, Vitol holds 35.6 percent while the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation holds a combined carried and participating interest of 20 percent.

 

Source: citifmonline.com

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