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$2.5m worth of crude condensate gone missing at TOR – Opoku Prempeh

Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, who serves as the Minister of Energy, has revealed that a quantity of crude condensate with a value of approximately $2.5 million has vanished from the Tema Oil Refinery.

The minister adds that his organization was successful in securing a deal for the company in the premix industry; nevertheless, $2.5 million has been misplaced and cannot be accounted for.

“I presented TOR with a fresh possibility for doing business in the premix fuel market by suggesting that all of the condensate from Ghana Gas be used for the production of premix fuel.” The last time I checked, I had heard that data with a value of over 2.5 million dollars had been stolen from TOR.

His response comes after workers at the refinery made a plea to the administration to begin operations again.

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In response to this, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh stated that the government is doing everything in its power to bring the corporation back to life.

While this is going on, workers at the refinery are requesting that their managing director, Jerry K. Hinson, be fired because of the allegations that have been made against him.

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