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AEW 2023 urges industry leaders to connect as Invest in African Energy Reception holds in London

*African Energy Chamber, organisers of AEW 2023, discloses the high-level representatives from Nigeria’s NNPC Limited, Angola’s Sonangol, and South Africa’s Strategic Fuel Fund Association, and others will be available for meetings holding January 26, in London

Gbenga Kayode | ConsumerConnect

African Energy Chamber, organisers of the African Energy Week 2023, have invited industry leaders interested in meeting and connecting with African energy policymakers, stakeholders and partners during the forthcoming ‘Invest in African Energy Reception’ holding January 26, 2023, at the Waldorf Hotel, in London London, United Kingdom (UK).

ConsumerConnect reports NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman of AEC, in a statement issued January 18, said the participants would have the opportunity to sign deals and form new “partnerships that will advance your footprint across the African energy market.”

Ayuk also urged industry stakeholders to secure their spots at the Invest in African Energy London Reception, and engage in private meetings with a number of high-level government and company representatives from the African energy market.

The AEC Chief stated that private meeting rooms would be available at the Waldorf Hotel January 25-27 for prospective participants to connect with certain Very Important Personalities at the forum.

According to him, such persons include Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea;

James Mnyupe, Presidential Economic Advisor and Green Hydrogen Commissioner, Namibia.

Others are Maggy Shino, Petroleum Commissioner at the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia;

Mamadou Fall Kane, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Senegal’s COS-Petrogaz; and

Foday Mansaray, Director General at Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone.

Industry experts and National Oil Company (NOC) Heads, including Rene Awambeng, Director & Global Head, Client Relations at Afreximbank as well as high-level representatives from Nigeria’s NNPC Limited; Angola’s Sonangol; and South Africa’s Strategic Fuel Fund Association will be available for meetings, Ayuk said.

He stated: “Meetings will be subject to review and scheduled according to the availability and permission of the VIP guests.”

The AEC Chairman further encouraged participants to connect with industry heavyweights, to participate and operate in Africa, or to invest in Africa’s energy future.

Only guests registered on the guest list will be admitted.

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