As the conflict in Ukraine rages on, the European Union is urgently struggling to find occasion power sources. Africa has considerable reserves, however specialists say the continent’s power region wishes pressing reforms and help.
During the IDA “ENERGY SHOWCASE”, panelists from Africa and Europe, from the politic and private sector will discuss “Can Africa supply Europe’s energy demand?”
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Rana Alnasir-Boulos, Director Business Development, EITEP Insitute, Germany
11:05-11:10: Keynote Speech "Can Africa fill Europe’s gas gap? And which African countries can do so?"
- Jocelyne Machevo
Senior Energy Expert, Mozambique
- Cany Jobe, Director of Exploration & Production, Gambia National Petroleum Corporation, Gambia
- Riverson Oppong, Manager – Commercial Operations, Ghana National Gas Company, Ghana
- Nabil Jedaira, Senior Business Development Manager, Électricité de France (EDF), Morocco
- Verner Ayukegba, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber, South Africa
- Yann Pierre Albert Livulibutt Yangari, Consultant – Oil, Gas and Energy Transition Economist, Conseil National du Plan d’Accélération de la Transformation (PAT), Gabon
55 African states are on their way to foster a confident African industrialization.
The story of Africa’s expansion is developing. Six of the world’s quickest developing economies are located in Africa. Democratic governance has been improved over the past five decades, facilitating a platform for reliable progress and prosperity in most parts of the continent.
The signs that we can see today show high population growth, economic prosperity, a significant increase in the quality of life, and stabilization of the political systems. This development, however, requires more and more a functioning infrastructure in all areas. This is the only way to exploit potential and meet the high expectations of the population for life quality in their home country.
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