Statement of Purpose for Oil and Gas Managaement

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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE FOR MSC OIL AND GAS MANAGEMENT Recent discoveries of oil and gas deposits in some African countries, such as Ghana, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Uganda etc. present new opportunities to chart a sustainable growth and development path that facilitates poverty reduction. Ghana’s offshore Jubilee field, situated approximately 60 kilometers from the mainland is estimated to have oil reserves of 108 billion barrels as well as significant gas deposits. Ghana’s Jubilee field, which began official commercial production in mid-December 2010, is initially expected to produce 55,000 barrels of oil per day with output set to rise to 120,000 barrels per day over the next six months The newly discovered natural resources and the…show more content…
As a student with some sixteen Canadians and three other Ghanaians I have studied courses that explored the relevant developments themes on Ghana and Africa, exploring the local dynamics of change. I believe I have the multi-cultural experience and can study with people of diverse background and opinions. I believe the unique blend of experiences above has made me a man with an original point of view. This has given me a broader perspective to, and a good understanding of life. Among other things, I have this diversity of experience to offer in the MSc Oil and Gas Management Programme at the Coventry University. I assure you of my readiness to return home upon completion of the course to make the knowledge and expertise acquired useful to the effective and efficient management of the oil and gas sector for the development of my country. YEBOAH EMMANUEL

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