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A beginner's guide to petroleum pricing in Ghana

By Theophilus Acheampong, Associate Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
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Reliable and affordable energy is basic to any country’s ability to grow and equitably share the economic gains. The consumption of crude oil and gas, and derivative petroleum products such as petrol, diesel and kerosene, features strongly in the global energy geopolitics debate.

In Ghana, as in many other countries, the price of fuel — particularly petroleum products — is both a political and an economicThe Conversation


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