Karpower GNPC is not responsible for fuelling power barge- Karpower

According to Karpower Company Limited, contrary to public believes, Karpower is responsible for financing the purchase of fuel to power the Karpower ship and not the GNPC.

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Karpower Company Limited has responded to public misconceptions about its contract with the Ghana National Petroleum Company that has to do with fuelling of  the powership.

According to Karpower Company Limited, contrary to public believes, Karpower is responsible for financing the purchase of fuel to power the Karpower ship and not the GNPC.

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Executive Director in Charge of Business Development at Karpower,  Zeynep Harezi said

“ GNPC got the contract on merit after a rigorous selection process. The fuel responsibility still stands with Karpower. So if GNPC did something wrong, the ECG will not go to GNPC, but to Karpower. GNPC has the contract because they had the better terms, competence, reputation and good relations with ECG.”

A cross- section of Ghanaians and industry players have been concerned about the arrangement between Karpower and GNPC, under the belief that the GNPC was responsible for fuelling the 250MW powership. But the Karpower has refuted that belief.

The 250MW powership consumes 36,000 tonnes of heavy fuel a month, worth $9 million.

Executive Director in charge of Business Development at Karpower.

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