African Energy Road to Recovery : Advisory Board book
We are living through unprecedented times. The onslaught of COVID-19 has impacted every country and every sector around the globe, and the energy sector hasnot been spared. The oil and gas markets took a direct blow this year, and African independents and service companies will face incredible challenges to survive. The development of new energy and a pro-African energy transition hasalso been impacted by the spread of COVID-19 and current market conditions.
Moving forward, it is critical that the African Energy sector coalesces around a shared strategy and on a unified path t oward r ecovery post-COVID-19. At the African Energy Chamber, we know the African energy sector can makean incredible rebound and that the opportunities for investment and growth will be exponential, but the energyindustry must first be reshaped for a post-COVID-19 comeback — to be ready to spring into action once a recovery ispossible.
The African Energy Chamber, the leading voice for International Oil Companies, African independents and service companies on the continent, is therefore launching this incredible initiative, a full-length roadmap on strategies for recovery, implementing local content, doing business cross-borders, international relations, government regulations and the forecasts for natural gas, upstream projects and the energy transition.Contact Us to Advertise
The publication will feature the leaders and giants in Africa’s oil and energy sectors across the public and private sphere, including government ministers, IOCs, NOCs, independents across the energy value chain.
Primarily drawing from the expertise of the African Energy Chamber’s Advisory Board, it will include interviews, moderated discussions, articles, resources, opinion pieces and vital data for moving forward.
“African Energy Road to Recovery — How the African Energy Industry Can Reshape Itself for a Post-COVID Comeback”, will be available at the end of 2020, as companies seek to position for 2021 and beyond.
We know the energy sector will recover, and will make a strong comeback. We invite you to participate inthis vital initiative as we all look to a bright future and new growth in Africa’s energy markets.