John Jinapor, the Yapei-Kusawgu MP, has encouraged the public authority to act conclusively on the stalemate between the Italian worldwide oil organization, Eni Ghana and the Ghanaian-possessed Springfield Investigation and Creation (SEP) in the midst of plans for them to unitise.
He is worried that "we are setting out toward calamity with Eni and Springfield."
The two organizations have not followed the mandate to connect their adjoining revelations, situated in their agreement regions.
The Government provided the commencement mandate for the two organizations in 2020, as for the Sankofa field in the OCTP and Afina revelation in the WCTP contract regions.
Talking on Asempa FM, Mr. Jinapor cautioned that the public authority could be left with a gas lack in the event that the issue isn't settled.
"I think this is the ideal opportunity for our administration to step in to call the two players and track down a friendly arrangement," the MP said.
"Where we are going is an intense and immense matter," Mr. Jinapor added.
Comparative calls have been made for the public authority to mediate before.
In 2021, the Vital Head of Eastern Nzema Conventional Board and Leader of the Nzemamanle Committee, Awulae Amihere Kpanyinli III, encouraged government to resolve the issue between the two organizations.
Eni Ghana hauled Ghana to the London Court over these strains.
In Ghana, a court requested the public authority to stop installments to Eni and Upstream Restricted, in the midst of the continuous legitimate question.
The Business Division of the Accra High Court requested the administrators of the Sankofa Oil Field to save 30% of the multitude of incomes which will be gathered from the field until the last assurance of the legitimate debate connecting with it.
The 30% income should be paid by the administrators, Eni and Vitol into a record concurred by all the challenging gatherings.
Eni Ghana fruitlessly pursued the case and afterward documented a suit at the Global Council in London, Joined Realm, to challenge a mandate by Ghana's Service of Energy, requesting that they unitise the Sankofa seaward oil field and Afina oil block.
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