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Mr. George Y. Owusu is founder and CEO. He is a global business visionary and entrepreneur with a long history of success in bringing together development partners to achieve success, especially in Western Africa. Over the last decade, he has played key roles in a range of capital investments including the discovery and production of oil in Ghana.

Founder and CEO, Mansa Capital, Ocean Capital and Mansa Energy - These companies make private debt and equity investments in real estate, oil and gas projects and emerging technologies.  

Country Manager, Kosmos Energy (Ghana)
- from 2004 to 2009. Presided over the first major successful oil and gas exploration program in Ghana leading to the discovery of the world renowned Jubilee field containing an estimated 1.2 billion barrels of oil and gas equivalent. EO Group eventually sold its interest in the oil discovery in a private transaction to Tullow Oil for more than $300 million.

Founder, Partner and CEO, EO Group
- Oil and gas exploration and production com pany established in 2002, that secured the commitment of Kosmos Energy, a Dallas, Texas based oil and Gas Company, to invest in Ghana’s offshore oil exploration and production. Eventually the development partners grew to include Anadarko Petroleum and Tullow Oil.

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