Petronia City is a proposed 2000-acre city development project that aims to provide the first fully integrated business hub for West Africa’s Oil, Gas, and Mining industries.
The proposed development is being undertaken by Wonda World Estates and the Petronia City Development affiliate. The site is approximately 8kilometres from Takoradi, the capital of Ghana’s Western Region.
Petronia City is a project being undertaken by a British multi-millionaire property developer Azad Cola who owns the famous Westbury Hotel and Ghanaian serial entrepreneur Nana Kwame Bediako.
The project aims at providing the first fully integrated business hub for West Africa’s Oil, Gas and Mining industries. The project, which is hosted by Beahun and Yaabew communities in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region of Ghana, sits approximately 8 kilometers from Takoradi.
Petronia City was created primarily to address the infrastructure gap in the Western Region of Ghana following the 2007 oil discovery and subsequent increase in socio-economic activities in the region. By this, Petronia City aims to cater to the needs of the oil and gas, mining, financial and government sectors and will provide a hub from which companies can expand into the sub-region and beyond.
Check out some of the artist impressions of the City below: