The Civil Society Platform on Oil and Gas (CSPOG) was established in 2009 as a Platform for knowledge sharing and for harmonizing the voices and actions of Ghanaian civil society in the oil and Gas sector. It has a membership strength of 120 individuals and 60 Organisation including Gender, Organised Labour Groups, Faith Based, Media Representatives and Community Based Groups.
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CSPOG Launches Campaign To Fight Corruption In ExtractiveFebruary 26, 2020
The Chairman of Civil Society Platform on Oil and Ghana (CSPOG), Dr. Steven Manteaw has revealed that he is optimistic the campaign to rid the extract...
Ghana to miss Beneficial Ownership disclosure deadlineDecember 18, 2019
Accra, Dec. 18, GNA – Ghana is likely to miss the deadline for the establishment of Beneficial Ownership (BO) disclosure regime, in spite of achieving...
CSOs launch report on corruption in extractive sectorDecember 24, 2018
A report on corruption in the extractive sector has been launched and pushed for legislative and institutional reforms to remove potential corruption ...
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WHAT WE DO
Promote knowledge sharing and harmonizing the voices and actions of Ghanaian Civil Society for policy and practice change in the petroleum sector.
WHAT WE ASPIRE TO BE
A country in which resource extraction contributes to economic growth, inclusive and sustainable development.