Category Archives: Job Vacancies in Ghana

Kosmos Energy Ghana Job Vacancies

Jubilee Field Kosmos opened a significant new hydrocarbon province, the Tano Basin, with the discovery of the Jubilee Field offshore Ghana in 2007. The Jubilee Field straddles both the West Cape Three Points and Deepwater Tano blocks. Success at Jubilee was the result of the company’s identification of the overlooked Upper Cretaceous structural-stratigraphic play concept along the Transform… Read More »

Shining Global Enterprise Job Vacancies

The Shining Global Group is founded by Curtis-Shyne Aboetaka, a young serial entrepreneur with diverse interests and capabilities. With activities ranging from Agribusiness, Construction, Clothing, Commodities, Energy, Equipment Rentals, Logistics, Import & Export, Mining, Media, Oil & Gas, Real Estates, and Telecoms amongst others, the group has a key position within its respective business segments across Ghana with… Read More »

Sage petroleum Job Vacancies

At Sage we believe in People because it takes People to make it happen. The Sage’s culture is entrepreneurial and talent driven while being rigorous and highly disciplined.We are constantly on the lookout for people who are curious, passionate and excited to explore new ideas and contribute to our ‘fresh thinking’ mantra. If that sounds like ‘You’, then… Read More »

Holman Petroleum Job Vacancies

Holman Petroleum Ltd is a Ghanaian based company specialising in hydrocarbon management solutions for mining and bulk consumers such as ports, heavy transport and construction industries. Holman can implement and support bespoke fuelling solutions that deliver an environmentally responsible management of fuel and oil resources, create safer working environments and enhance the overall cost efficiency of refueling operations..… Read More »

Ghana National Petroleum Corporation Job Vacancies

The corporation, which started operations in 1985, is partner in all petroleum agreements in Ghana. GNPC is also the national gas sector aggregator in Ghana, and aims to supply efficient fuel to meet Ghana’s increasing energy needs. After the inception of GNPC in 1983, technical assistance was sought from Braspetro, the international subsidiary of the Brazilian National Petroleum Corporation… Read More »