Injunction On Ghana Gas Vacated By Court

Injunction On Ghana Gas Vacated By Court

From Ghana Web

The Sekondi High Court overturned its earlier ruling that restrained the Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) and four others from carrying on any activity on the land on which the company operates until Ghana Gas regularizes its occupation with the Eastern Nzema Traditional Council.

That was after the court had upheld an application for a variation of its decision filed by Ghana Gas.

The court presided over by Justice Kofi Akrowia had, on Monday, June 9, 2014, restrained the defendants from carrying on work at the project site for a period of 14 days, within which Ghana Gas was to contact the chiefs and the people of the traditional area to regularise its stay on the land.

The other defendants in the substantive case are SINOPEC, the Chinese construction firm working on the Atuabo Gas Project, Quantum Terminals Limited, the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL) and Ernest Nunoo, owner of the Ernest Seafront Hotel.


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