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Ben Asante Takes Charge of Ghana Gas

Ben K. D. Asante is the Caretaker Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas).
His appointment follows the exit of the former CEO of the company, George Sipa-Adjah Yankey.

Asante assumes his new role as Acting-CEO with more than 25 years global experience in the Oil and Gas industry. He is a Lecturer at the School of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and a former Engineering and Technical Director of Ghana’s premier Gas Infrastructure project, which led to the Atuabo Gas Processing Plant and allied gas infrastructure in the country’s petroleum rich Western Region.

He has worked for major Operating Companies (Nova/TransCanada Pipelines and Enron) as well as Engineering Consulting companies (Jacobs Engineering and Gulf Interstate Engineering) in Canada and the US in various positions up Director of Engineering and Operations.
He has also provided consulting services to the World Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB).

He developed the Gas Infrastructure Master Plan for Ghana, working with the Energy Commission.He has consulted for the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation GNPC. He holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering (KNUST, Ghana) and MSc in Chemical Engineering (University of Calgary, Canada) and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College, London/University of Calgary. Dr Asante is a board certified Professional Engineer.

He has 15 technical papers and made over 80 technical presentations around the world on Oil/Gas Infrastructure Design and Operations.

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