- Government of Ghana has raked in $434.5 million from oil sales.
- The Bank of Ghana made the revelation in its report for the first half of 2019.
- Other fees and taxes contributed to the amount received.
- The $434.5 million was collected from three oil fields in the country.
This follows a publication from the Bank of Ghana (BoG) on the first-half performance of the Ghana Petroleum Funds.
According to the central bank, the oil sale from Tweneboa, Enyenra, Ntomme, Jubilee, and Sankofa fields fetched the state $311.2 million.
Corporate taxes from the various operators of the three oil fields amounted to US$121.3 million and the surface rentals paid by some 7 companies was a little above $595,000.
The publication by the central bank is in line with section 28 of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act, 2011 (815).
Out of the total revenues realised, the bank noted that $99.7 million was allocated to the Ghana Stabilization Fund and the Ghana Heritage Fund.