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African energy leaders gather in Washington for Powering Africa Summit

High level authorities will join to discuss tenders and investment opportunities. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Gas will be one of the critical topics discussed at Powering Africa Summit and Latin America Energy Forum from 16-18 March 2022 as energy leaders gather in Washington, the USA

As demand and supply for natural gas and LNG across regions undergo radical changes, the economics of energy systems will change, however it is clear that the market needs stability and a connected path forward outlining the investment opportunities. 

At Powering Africa Summit and Latin America Forum energy stakeholders will look to address some of the key talking points around these fuels including:

•What is the natural gas market going to look like in the future? 

•What role will LNG play in the global supply? 

•How will private sector support massive gas sector development?

•Which countries and markets present the best investment opportunities

•When is the best time to act?

With the summit limited to proven investors only, the interactive boardroom discussions will provide a setting where stakeholders and investors will debate with invited senior-level executives on the most strategic topics of the moment.

High level authorities from Bolivia, Brazil, Egypt, Kenya, Ghana Colombia, Ecuador, Nigeria Senegal, Somalia, Costa Rica, Honduras Trinidad & Tobago, Equitorial Guinea, Lesotho, Sierra Leone, Belize, Uruguay and Uganda will join to discuss tenders and investment opportunities in the country in Washington this March.

Confirmed participants include: 

Hon Dr. Mohamed Shaker El-Markabi, Minister of Electricity & Renewable Energy, Egypt

Hon Aissatou Sophie Gladima, Minister of Petroleum & Energy, Senegal

Hon Amb. Dr. Monica Juma, EGH, Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Kenya

Hon Dr. Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu, Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda

Hon William Aidoo (MP), Deputy Minister of Energy, Ghana

Hon Bruno Kapandji, Head of State Mission, Agency for the Development & Promotion of the Grand Inga Project (ADPI-RDC), Democratic Republic of the Congo

Hon Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines & Hydrocarbons, Equatorial Guinea

Hon Dr. Seleshi Bekele, Chief Negotiator & Advisor on Transboundary Rivers & the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), Prime Minister's Office, Ethiopia

Hon Mohapi Mohapinyane, Minister of Energy & Meteorology, Lesotho

Hon Hassan Abdinor Abdi, Minister of Energy & Water Resources, Somalia

Hon Eng. Abdirashid Mohamed Ahmed, Minister of Petroleum & Mineral Resources, Somalia

Hon Dr. Eldred Taylor, Deputy Minister of Energy, Sierra Leone

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