These businesses include Santol Energy, Oval Energy, Safety Petroleum, Jas Petroleum, Bello Petroleum, and Jas Petroleum. Riseglobe Energy, Sayon Energy, and Cigo Energy make up the remainder.
The NPA said in a statement that it had ordered Cigo Energy to pay a fine of GH$725,000, which was made up of GH$30,000 for using third-party supplies for the second time and GH$695,000 for illegally removing petroleum products.
Sayon Energy was fined GH425,000, which was broken down into GH10,000 for first-time third-party supply and GH415,000 for illegal petroleum product lifting.
Bello Petroleum was slapped with a fine of GH¢120, 000 comprising GH¢10,000 for engaging in third-party supplies for the first time and GH¢110,000 for the unlawful lifting of petroleum products.