South Africa is a regional heavyweight. Its economy is one of the largest on the African continent — as well as the most diversified, the most industrialized, and the most technologically advanced. It has more extensive road and rail networks than any other African state, a feature that puts it in a good position for future growth.
Representing the African Energy Chamber – which serves as the voice of the African energy sector – Ayuk will be making a strong case for investing in Central Africa’s energy sector.
On Tuesday, Nov. 9, 1965, 30 million people living in an 80,000-square-mile swath of North America were plunged into total darkness by an electricity blackout that lasted 13 hours.
The Vice President for Upstream Consulting at S&P Global, Matthew Rawlings, will give a presentation during the Dubai leg of the African Energy Chamber’s Invest in African Energy roadshow.