Optimism reigns at Gas-to-Power Africa Congress
The Energy Council’s 3rd Gas-to-Power Africa Congress once again saw over 200 senior executives from along the gas and power value chains, including Governments, Regulators, Upstream E&Ps, Transport, Off takers, Developers, Utilities, EPC Companies, Financiers and Investors come together to discuss the future of Natural Gas and LNG on the continent.
Officially opened by His Excellency Acting President of South Africa, Honourable Energy Minister Jeff Radebe who set the positive tone for the two days of discussion, the Congress saw 37 senior executive leaders provide their thought leadership in 8 panels discussing regional collaboration, harnessing African gas, developing bankable commercial frameworks, maintaining momentum on the SA LNG to power IPP procurement programme, Nigeria’s roadmap for power sector reform, Ghana’s power ambition and an update on gas initiatives in the Western Cape as well as learnings from the world-first Delimara 4 LNG-to-power project.
With 4 powerful key notes and over 4 hours of networking, senior executives at the Congress left confident about the future of Gas-to-Power on the continent.
The 2019 Gas-to-Power Africa Congress will take place in Paris, France, and will be co-located with the Oil & Gas Council’s Africa Assembly. Keep an eye on the website for further updates.