University of Mines And Technology Wins Gas Challenge

University of Mines And Technology Wins Gas Challenge.

The University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) at Tarkwa, emerged winners of the Zone Two Inter-University Gas Challenge, which took place in Tarkwa.

University of Mines And Technology Wins Gas Challenge

The competition, an initiative of the Ghana National Gas Company, seeks to create awareness and understanding of the country’s nascent gas industry.

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It is also aimed at whipping up interest in gas as a course among students, thus, developing the next generation of Ghanaian gas economists and engineers, to take up critical roles in the industry.

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UMaT was followed by the Takoradi Technical University (TTU) and the University of Cape Coast (UCC) placed third. UMaT will therefore represent the zone in the grand finale.

This news as ICT Catalogue reports from GBCGhanaOnline.com today, we shall follow up for more information and all you need to know soon.

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Congratulations as the University of Mines and Technology wins Gas Challenge 2019.

On behalf of ICT Catalogue and all staffs that includes writers, founders and administrators, we say a big Congratulations to University of Mines And Technology for Winning the Gas Challenge 2019.

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