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Total Petroleum Ghana Ltd announces interim dividend payment for FY 2014
Total Petroleum Ghana Ltd announces final dividend for FY 2013
Total Petroleum Ghana Ltd announces interim dividend
Total Petroleum Ghana Limited is a Ghana-based company engaged in the business of marketing petroleum and allied products. The Company offers a range of services to various industries spanning the aviation, bitumen and mining industries, besides the manufacturing and roads sectors. The Company's subsidiary is Ghanstock Limited.
Oil & Gas Operations
Total House, 25 Liberia Road,
P.O. Box 553
Samba Salfal Salfal-Seye
Managing Director, Executive Director
Finance & Accounts Manager
Legal & External Affairs Manager, Secretary
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