The Managing Director and Executive Vice President for Tullow Ghana, Kweku Awotwi, is set to leave the company.
Mr Awotwi, according to Starr News sources, will resign from the oil firm next month.
He will be replaced by Wissam Al Monthiry, a Canadian.
Dr Kweku Awotwi was appointed on March 1, 2018, and took over from Charles Darku. He has over 25 years experience in the energy and extractive industry. He also served for over four years as CEO of the Volta River Authority and at Ashanti Goldfields Company, where he was MD in charge of Strategic Planning and New Business Development.
Workers of the company, according to sources, are yet to be informed of his departure.