THE Energy Institute Nigeria has concluded plans to host the Inaugural Energy Sustainability Conference 2018 with a robust list of speakers who will set the benchmark for best practices, debate, trends and solutions for the future of energy in Nigeria.
A statement by Institute stated that the conference will take place on October 11th, 2018 at the Oriental Hotel, Lekki Expressway, Lagos.
Under the theme “Energy Dynamics, current issues and policy options” The conference will feature prolific experts who are leaders in government and public policy, industry leaders from the private sector policymakers, regulators, energy consultants and analysts.
They are expected to discuss and analyse critical issues on creating an energy sustainable future for Nigeria by promoting the exchange of knowledge, best practices, innovative ideas and past experiences between important stakeholders from across the energy spectrum.
Speakers include Mr Osten Olorunsola, Chairman, Energy Institute Nigeria; Louis Kingham, CEO Energy Institute; Prof. Abubakar Sani Sambo, Vice Chairman, World Energy Council; Mr Ademola Adeyemi-Bero, Managing Director/CEO First E&P, among others.
The conference will also provide exclusive round-table networking opportunities chaired by leading organisations with innovative projects and initiatives within the energy sector as well as identifying synergies and forging partnerships in off-grid renewable energy.
Speaking about the conference, Chairman Energy Institute Nigeria, Mr Osten Olorunshola, said: “In today’s changing landscape, Nigeria is re-imagining its position as a hub, leveraging its current strength in physical trade and its position of neutral governance to create new control points towards building a smart nation
“I am excited to speak at the Inaugural conference and look forward to sharing successful strategies on how the energy sector can fulfil its role in the industrial, technological, economic and social development of the country.”
Key highlights of the conference include specialist roundtable discussions on oil and gas, power generation and renewable energy. These are designed to deliver a focused approach providing valuable market insight.
There will also be panel discussions with keynote speakers and policy professionals to discuss best practices while debating the issues at hand as well as speed networking sessions for sponsoring companies and participants where guests and participants can network and discuss in a relaxed environment.
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