The summit will bring together key stakeholders from the public and private sectors to discuss the opportunities and challenges of developing Nigeria’s gas resources and infrastructure. The summit will feature high-level plenary sessions, technical sessions, exhibition booths, and networking opportunities. The summit will attract over 500 participants from government agencies, gas producers, consumers, investors, service providers, and international organizations.
The opening ceremony will have invited dignitaries from The Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment, The Ministry of Petroleum Resources, The Ministry of Power, The NNPC Ltd, Heads of Regulatory Agencies, CEOs International Oil and Gas Companies, National and Indigenous Oil and Gas Companies, Human Capacity Development Companies and Heads of Energy related and other stake holders among a large numbers of invited and confirmed speakers who will be in attendance. In addition to the opening ceremony, the 2-Days Summit will also feature four panel discussions, energy industry exhibitions, gas production & distribution technology showcases and sponsors awards ceremony, among other activities.
The opening ceremony will have invited dignitaries from The Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment, The Ministry of Petroleum Resources, The Ministry of Power, The NNPC Ltd, Heads of Regulatory Agencies, CEOs International Oil and Gas Companies, National and Indigenous Oil and Gas Companies, Human Capacity Development Companies and Heads of Energy related and other stake holders among a large numbers of invited and confirmed speakers who will be in attendance.
How well will the PIA implementation help to achieve the overhaul of the Nigerian oil and gas industry to be able to positively affects the development and utilization of natural gas resources for the country? This session on Implementation and Impact of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA) 2021 on the Gas Sector to Bridge the Gas Infrastructure Gap will have legal, regulatory and industry experts review in-dept legal, governance, regulatory and fiscal framework for the Nigerian Petroleum Industry and how these in practical terms will promote economic growth, energy security and environmental sustainability. Are the incentives for gas exploration, production, processing and transportation in the PIA sufficient to achieve its aim of making sure that gas comes to stay as a transition fuel?
How can our delebrate and intentional actions on gender equality and women's empowerment contribute to a more sustainable and resilient energy sector? A lot of grounds has been covered and many glass ceilings broken but many areas still remain to be covered and it is a shared responsibility. Leading technocrats in the energy and related industries will share best practices in the aspects of empowerment of women in the full value chain of the energy industry, promoting gender inclusiveness policies, and more. Join this breakfast session to also share your thoughts and shape the future for a more equitable gender balance.
According to a McKinsey report, Nigeria has the largest proven gas reserves in Africa and the ninth-largest in the world, with an estimated 203 trillion cubic feet as at 2021. Nigeria is currently the fifth-largest LNG exporter in the world, with six LNG trains and a total capacity of 22 million tonnes per annum. Nigeria also plans to develop new LNG projects, such as the Nigeria LNG Train 7, the Brass LNG, and the Dangote LNG recently commissioned. The potential for the use of LNG and CNG as cleaner and cheaper alternatives to oil-based fuels for power generation, transportation, and industrial use has been proven. How can Nigeria leverage this abundant natural gas resources to meet its domestic energy demand and expand its regional gas trade? Are policies supportive enough? Financing LNG projects requires a huge amount of capital, how is the nation and the operators going about this? Join this session to hear leading energy industry experts proffer solutions to these challenges.
The Role of Gas in Nigeria's Energy Transition and Decarbonization Agenda relates to Nigeria's plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 while also meeting its energy needs and economic development goals. Speakers at this session will discuss the role of natural gas as a transition fuel that can help establish base load energy capacity, stabilize the grid, and address the clean cooking deficit. Discussions will also focus on the impact of the transition on gas consumption, export, and job creation across different sectors in promoting economic growth and reduction of carbon emissions while continuing to exploit hydrocarbon resources.
This session on the Strategies and Initiatives to Promote Domestic Gas Consumption and Reduce Gas Flaring will review the effectiveness of current practices and make suggestions on how Nigeria can make use of its abundant natural gas resources for economic development and environmental protection while ensuring and end to routine gas flaring by 2030. How effective is the National Gas Expansion Programme? Has is been able to stimulate the utilization of natural gas in the industrial, power, agricultural and transportation sectors as intended? To what extent has the Nigerian Gas Flare Commercialization Programme been able to attract private sector investment in gas capture and monetization? How adequate and effective has the penalties in the Petroleum Industry Act for gas flaring and venting been and has it encouraged gas utilization for power generation and industrial development as intended? Join leading gas industry practitioners at this session and also have the opportunity to contribute.
Methanol can provide a reliable and affordable source of energy for millions of people who lack access to electricity and clean cooking fuels in Africa. Methanol can be used to power generators, stoves, lamps, and other appliances that can improve the quality of life and reduce health risks from indoor air pollution. The industry experts at this session will discuss the potential of methanol as a versatile and clean fuel, prospects for its production, financing and applications.
his session will have experts from different sectors talk about how new technologies that are transforming the gas sector, enhancing its efficiency, flexibility, and sustainability. Major aspects of this discussion will focus on Data, Analytics, to enhance gas capture, storage and distribution. The use of robotics, drones, sensors, and other devices for gas facilities security, and more.
Over 1000 attendees expected. Company listing and product/service profile in the Conference Programme provided to all conference attendees Unique promotional and advertising to help increase your organisation’s exposure and return on investment Regular exhibitor newsletter keeping you informed of important deadlines and developments related to the event. A comprehensive Exhibitor Services Manual (ESM) providing the tools you need to a successful exhibition experience. Targeted global marketing campaigns featuring highlights of the exhibition
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