With the world witnessing a change in global energy consumption patterns, governments and international oil companies are increasingly compelled to develop cleaner and efficient alternative fuel options. In reaction, the global downstream oil and gas industry has been adapting to increased competition and expanding into higher-value energy markets.
This session will focus on reviewing business models, driving a new energy narrative and expanding the continent’s energy mix. It will also address issues around regulatory frameworks and exploring existing opportunities and emerging alternative options to meet increasing demand for cleaner and more efficient energy in Africa.
Speakers include Sen. Sabo Muhammad Nakudu, Chairman, Senate Committee Petroleum Downstream; Mr Adetunji Oyebanji, Chairman, Major Oil marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN); Mr Bala David, Group General manager, Renewable Energy, NNPC; Dame Winifred Akpani, Chairman, Depot & Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria (DAPPMAN); Mr Musa Lawan, Managing Director, Petroleum Products Marketing Company Limited (PPMC); and Mr Emeka Akabogu, Programme Manager, Senior Partner, Akabogu & Associates.
This session will hold on Monday, October 26, 2020, at 10 am (WAT) and is open to an unlimited global audience.
Register Now: http://otlafrica.com/delegate-registration/