SPE NIGERIA ENERGY INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION SUMMIT

25 - 27 AUGUST 2020

Theme: Changing Global Energy Landscape; Repositioning For Industry Sustainability

Plenary Session Day I

Theme: Economic Development and Environmental Stewardship: Opportunities and Challenges for the Energy Industry

 

Plenary Session Day II

Theme: Domestic Refining of Hydrocarbon for sustainable development 

 

Plenary Session Day III

Theme: Global Energy Transition; Remaining Relevant in a Changing World

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Chief Timipre Sylva
Honourable Min. of State for Pet. Res.
Mele Kyari
GMD, NNPC
Engr. Auwalu Sarki
Director/CEO, DPR
Shauna Noonan
SPE International President
Chikezie Nwosu
MD/CEO, Waltersmith Petroman Oil Limited
Anibor Kragha
Executive Secretary, African Refiners & Distributors Ass.
Devakumar Edwin
GED, Strategy, Portfolio Development and Capital Projects, Dangote Group
Olayiwola Fatona
MD, Niger Delta Exp & Prod Plc
Cecilia Aqua-umoren
MD/CEO, Millenium Oil and Gas Company Limited
Susan Susan Howes
Vice President of Engineering , Subsurface Consultants & Associates
Mustapha Yakubu
COO, Refineries & Petrochemicals (COO, R&P) of NNPC
Amb. Henry Macauley
Chairman/CEO EnergyAfric Developers International Ltd
Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani
Senior Corporate Executive
Alex Nachi Tarka
NAPE, President
Nike Kolawole
Group General Manager (GGM), LNG Investment Management Services
Silfat AFOLABI
Partner, KPMG
Eberechukwu Oji
MD/CEO, ND Western
Iyke Nnoaham
Portfolio Business Opportunity Manager, Bonga Main/North Field, shell
Pearl Uzokwe
Director for Governance and Sustainability, Sahara Group Limited.
Nicolas Odinuwe
Chairman, Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN)
Engr. Banaga Muhammad
President, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE)
Joseph Nwakwue
HOST/Chairman, SPE Nigeria Council
synopsis

Amidst growing concerns about the environmental impacts of oil and gas activities (eg. carbon emissions), awareness and policy geared towards renewable energy use and energy efficiency is spreading.  This places a potential cap to oil and gas demand in the future.
The impact of this transition towards a low carbon economy on energy-deficient and energy- hungry countries like Nigeria (where enhanced energy access and availability is crucial to human well-being and country’s economic growth and development), is a subject of great concern for sustainability.  
Consequently, there is a tendency of having rapid evolution and adoption of renewable energy technology (solar and wind) thereby reducing energy costs, changing lifestyles and habits by our large youth population.
All these are expected to impact the economic futures of the affected countries and the future of Energy?

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