About Us


Salma Okonkwo

CEO

A senior level executive with over two decades of management experience in corporate strategy & planning, business development and a commercially-driven individual with in-depth knowledge and experience of the downstream oil and gas sector of key markets in West Africa.

With an extensive experience in the Oil and Gas Space, Salma brings to Blue power, strategic and innovative skills with proven leadership.  At the helm of affairs at UBI Group Salma’s vision positioned UBI Group to became the most sought strategic partner for the growing oil and gas downstream industry in Ghana.

Salma is a proven serial energy, oil and gas entrepreneur with over 20 years’ experience building leading organizations across West Africa. Salma is the Founder & Chairwoman of Puma Energy Ghana one of Ghana’s leading downstream oil and gas companies. She is also Founder and Board Member of Blue Star Exploration, an indigenous Oil and Gas exploration company with assets across West Africa. Salma has also recently launched Blue Power Energy Ltd., an alternative energy conglomerate,

Salma is an advocate for women empowerment and issues impacting children in Ghana.

Salma has received several award’s the most recent being the coveted Woman of Excellence award. Salma Okonkwo is the 2019 Nigerian Energy Personality of the Year

Salma Okonkwo, is a devoted mother of three and wife and divides her team between Nigeria (where her family lives) and Ghana, where she has multiple business interests.



Ing. Maxmillian Kwarteng (PE-GhIE)

Head of Operations

With over 11 years of extensive technical and managerial experience in Sustainable Energy Development with a solid background in managing complex multi- faceted tasks involving cross-functional teams. Excellent communicator with strong leadership skills and the ability to build cohesive, productive teams while fostering and encouraging creativity and individual expression. Expertise in technical policy formulation and implementation, operations optimization and project management.

Max is also a Senior technical manager for Strategic Security Systems in Accra Responsible for Analytical work that may inform policy, technical commercial, financial legal/contractual, regulatory and intuitional sector reform issues. Responsible for managing a 32MWp expandable Solar PV Module Production Unit, Technical Services Unit, Projects Unit, Research and Development Unit, Finance & Administration Unit and Procurement Unit within the organization

Responsible for managing a 32MWp expandable Solar PV Module Production Unit, Technical Services
Unit, Projects Unit, Research and Development Unit, Finance & Administration Unit and Procurement Unit within the organization



Noah Otuteye-BSc, FCCA, MBA

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Noah Otuteye was trained at Ernst and Young Ghana, a global firm of Chartered Accountants and has fifteen (15) years of extensive experience in accounting and have worked in various institutions across industries such as banking, telecommunications, real estate and audited the financial statements as well as the internal control systems of client’s in industries such as health care, automobile, NGOs, manufacturing etc.

He joined Amalgamated Bank (now Bank of Africa) as a Financial Reporting Manager responsible for financial and regulatory reporting to Bank of Ghana as well as other relevant agencies. Noah also worked As Finance and Treasury Manager with Eaton Towers (Telecommunications infrastructure service provider) in Ghana as well as South Africa.

Prior to joining Blue Power Energy, Noah worked with ABii National Savings and Loans as Chief Financial Officer and later had supervisory roles over banking operations, treasury, strategy, credit, deposit mobilization in his capacity as the Deputy Managing Director with wider enterprise wide responsibility that included information technology.

In his role as CFO of Blue Power Energy, Noah is responsible and instrumental in providing strategic management of accounting and finance functions as well as directing accounting policies, procedures, and internal controls. In addition, he oversees audits and technology decisions related to financial systems implementations and upgrades. As the CFO, he manages relationships with investors and identify business risks as well as hire, train and retain accounting and finance staff.



Godwin Nana Konduah Dickye

Project/Construction Manager

A Project and Construction manager with a 10 -years record of success overseeing all phases constructions, infrastructure project for government private-sector clients. Experience includes managing crews of up to 100 in Fuel Terminals, Pipelines, High-rise Residential Building and a variety of construction/ demolitions projects in Ghana and Nigeria. Experience includes safety quality Control; Supervising team members and subcontractors, writing project plans, reports, and Document Control, Preparing Bidding/Tender Evaluation Documents and awarding contracts, and controlling expenses.

Additional expertise in Computer Aided Design Highly Skilled in Construction Planning and analysis with strengths in project management. Aggressive in identifying and resolving inefficient operational processes. Strong team member, able to motivate coworkers to achieve optimal production rates while maintaining high safety methods and practices.

Areas of Expertise includes, Construction Project Management, Hazard Identification and waste management, Confined Space and Working at Heights, Project Planning and Execution, leadership and Communication, Cost Control and Management, Incident and Injury Free Training. Fuel Storage management and Transportation; Preventive Maintenance, Regulatory Compliance

Nana doubles as the Managing Director for Nahid’s Properties and Project Manager for Nahid’s Construction and Engineering. Before this role he was the Terminal Manager for Puma’s Energy fuel Storage Terminal, prior to that woredas the project manager for the Terminals Construction. Also Consulted with TLD Global Services on a number of projects including feasibility Studies for Construction a 20MW Solar PV plant for Canaan Bulk Terminal – Nigeria.

Laos Being A member and a past President of Rotary Club of Sekondi-Takoradi from 2006 he has developed skills in team building, fundraising, public speaking, planning, organizing and communication. Also being a rotary lead has provided me with further experience in learning how to motivate, inspire and guide others and also support humanity.