The National Petroleum Authority says plans are underway to ensure that the Cylinder Recirculation Module takes effect from the second quarter of next year. During a familiarization tour of the Central Region, Chief Executive Officer of NPA, Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, said several factors contributed to the delay in the implementation of the initiative. He explained that
Dr. Abdul-Hamid said Ghana is the only country in the sub-region that consumes the highest quality of fuel, and it is important to maintain such a characteristic. He therefore called for these activities to be tackled and reduced to the barest minimum.
Unfortunately, most of the countries have different specifications. For Ghana, it’s about your requirements. If you require American standard, we will produce for you. So, we can produce both American and European specifications” she added.
The Director General of State Interest and Governance Authority (SIGA), Hon. Stephen Asamoah-Boateng thanked the members for accepting to serve on the board and assured them of SIGA’s willingness to work with them.