Mrs. Abigail Harlley


Mrs. Abigail Harlley

Director & CEO

Outside interest  

Her achievements within the petroleum industry cannot be touted enough without mention of her ability to create a work life balance – as a wife and mother anchored on her Christian faith in her role as a deaconess of The Christ Embassy Church  



Career Summary  

Mrs. Abigail Harlley is a graduate of the University of Ghana Business School with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (Finance & Banking Option) and an Executive MBA in Entrepreneurial Management and Development.    

She has participated in numerous conferences and workshops such as the 2017 Ghana Energy Summit; the 2017, 2016 and 2015 Energy Institute’s International Petroleum (IP) Week in London; the 2016 Petrospot’s Maritime Week in Accra, Ghana; the 2016 Oxford Bunkering Course in London, the UK; 2016, 2015, 2014 Offshore Technology Conferences (OTC) in Houston, USA; the 2014 Red Sea and Gulf Bunkering Conference (RESCON) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the 2013 Thirty-Fourth International Bunker Conference in Sweden.   

Skills and experience  

 Mrs. Abigail Harlley has to her credit a vast wealth of experience spanning over two decades in Ghana’s Banking and Financial Institutions, Governmental and Non-Governmental Authorities, and International Organizations, where she served from administrative secretary roles rising to managerial roles in the areas of industrial management, credit administration and management, business development consultancy, amongst others.   

Mrs. Abigail Harlley is the Chief Executive Officer of AI Energy Group, a wholly owned indigenous Ghanaian entity which was transformed from a logistics and support services company into a multiple subsidiary indigenous oil marketing Group, with unrivaled expertise in the downstream, midstream and upstream petroleum industry in Ghana.    

She has made the company she leads the preferred Bunkering Services Provider for Outer Anchorage/Offshore, Anchorage and Onshore/in-port deliveries in Ghana’s ports as well as other ports around the world with its collaborators today. 

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