Senegal Oil & Power 2020
The first Senegal Oil & Power 2020 conference will be postponed due to measures related to the containment of the COVID-19 virus. Africa Oil & Power remains committed to the health and safety of all event participants and staff and we will continue to develop contingencies and weigh meaningful options according to guidelines from the World Health Organization and the Senegalese government.
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Senegal’s thriving private sector will play a key role in taking Senegal Oil & Power 2020 to the next level in terms of triggering interest, investment and deal-making. Thanks to the country’s progress in ease of doing business, unique investment opportunities are presenting themselves across the energy value chain from exploration and production to refining, petrochemicals and storage, as well as power and renewable energy – a sector in which Senegal is a regional leader.
Organized by Africa Oil & Power and supported by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy of Senegal, the conference will be a vehicle to promote the new deepwater licensing round, which was announced at the Africa Oil & Power Conference in Cape Town, and for public-private partnerships spanning the value chain.
Under the theme: A NEW WAVE OF INVESTMENT
- Investment across Senegal’s entire energy value chain
- The role of the energy sector in the Emerging Senegal Plan
- Meet the new E&P entrants prospecting in Senegal
- Off- and Onshore Licensing Round
- Focus on Senegal’s new Gas Masterplan
- Project Spotlights: Grand Tortue Ahmeyim, SNE fields and more
- Local enterprize success to date and projects in the pipeline
- Creation of a transparent regulatory framework for long-term sustainable development
- Local content goals, current shortfalls and the role of the INPG
- Evolution of the comprehensive energy system and the role of renewable energy in the Senegalese matrix
- Focus on Mauritania, The Gambia, Guinea-Conakry and Guinea-Bissau’s energy industries and their synergies with Senegal
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Fafa Sanyang is a Gambian politician and former civil servant who is the current Minister of Energy and Petroleum in President Adama Barrow's cabinet.
Sanyang was Director of the Geological Department of the Ministry of Petroleum from 1993 to 2006.
He then became Permanent Secretary in the ministry in 2006. Sanyang was appointed as Minister of Energy and Petroleum on 10 April 2017. In late April, Sanyang oversaw the signing of a deal between the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) and the Sino-hydro Corporation Company worth $165 million.
Since the end of her studies, Diakaria Koulibaly has held several positions within the Guinean administration, notably in the petroleum sector. Those are :
From January 2016 to date: Director General of the National Petroleum Office (ONAP)
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Société Guinéenne des Pétroles (SGP)
Chairman of the Petroleum Operations Committee (CDOP)
Chairman of the Petroleum Products and Derivatives Import Committee
Chairman of the Joint Committee in charge of developing fuel price structures
From July 2014 to December 2015: National Director of Petroleum Products and Derivatives (DNPPD) at the Ministry of Commerce
From March 2014 to June 2014: Advisor to the Minister of Commerce in charge of the petroleum sector
From October 2006 to January 2011: Management Controller at Total-Guinée (Subsidiary of the French oil group TOTAL)
From October 2001 to September 2006: General Accounting Manager at Total-Guinée (Subsidiary of the French oil group TOTAL)
From June 1999 to September 2001: Management Controller at the Guinean Electricity Company (SOGEL), currently Electricité de Guinée (EDG).
Since May 2018, Diakaria Koulibaly is head of the brand new Ministry of Hydrocarbons. Its mission is, among other things, to ensure the country's supply of quality petroleum products, but also to conduct research to identify possible petroleum resources on Guinean territory.
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He has occupied various senior international and Governmental positions.
Since December 2018 he was appointed as ETAP CEO. From July 2018 to November 2018 he was acting as CEO of Trapsa and from May 2017 to June 2018 he occupied the postion of Strategy General Director at the Ministry of Energy and Mines and Renewable Energies.
From 2015 to 2017 He occupied the position of Senior Business Development at ETAP the Tunisian NOC. From 2012 to 2015 he was ETAP's MIS Director.
He was also a Senior Consultant for an International Oil&Gas Service Company "IDEAS Intl" from 2000 to 2006. Mr Khelil is PMI certified and paricipated in several international Oil & Gas conferences all over the world. Member representing ETAP at the General Assembly Observatoire Mediterranéen de l'Energie from 2015. He was Key notes speaker at the North Africa Oil & Gas Summit Milan-Italy Januaru 2017, in North Africa Production & Exploration Conference Oran-Algeria Marsh 2017 and recently presented a conference on "the State Energy Strategy " for the Tunisian Talents United- 02 October 2017. He participated in many strategic studies in the oil & gaz secor "Vision 2030" in 2016 "ETAP Intl SWOT Analysis" 2015, "Oil & Gaz Sock Portail" 2014.
He is the founder and C.E.O of Brahms Group, an energy resource company that is focused on consulting activities, commodity trading and promoting modular refineries in Sub-Saharan African countries.
Mr. Fall, a Board member of Ascon Group, oversees the strategic development of the company's trading activities in West Africa. Mr. Fall is a former Board Director of Mesa Group (2010-2011), a Zambian mining and logistic company where he lead the development of new business opportunities and helped established a larger client base for the company. In 2010, he was also appointed as a consultant for the China Mining United Fund (CMU) as well as an advisor to the China Investment Mining Union that reports to China's National Development and Reform Commission.
Prior to founding Brahms Group in 2009, Mr. Fall was a former Relationship Manager with Citigroup managing High Net Worth Middle Eastern clients. He managed to create a solid network within the Middle East and Africa. Prior to Citi, he worked as a Hedge Fund Specialist with JP Morgan Chase Bank (Private Bank).
Mr. Fall comes from a family that has an Oil & Gas background and holds a Master’s degree in Global Political Economy from the University of Sussex with a specialisation in Global Finance and Economy of Development.
He graduated among the best in his class and has been a speaker in numerous conferences.
Alpha is a seasoned entrepreneur who prior to joining Sy Investments accumulated over 15 years of experience in International Trade. Alpha started his career as a financial analyst in Dakar before going on to take various responsibilities in Switzerland, Ghana and Nigeria.
Alpha is an elected member of the Municipality Council of Guinguineo, Kaolack). He holds an MSc in Econometrics from Toulouse school of Economics and a post-Masters degree in International Finance from the School for Economy and International Finance of Bordeaux.
leads Lekela’s business development activities in the region.
Prior to joining Lekela, Massaer was a Director at Deloitte, where he led a team who assisted multinational firms in various sectors, managing international investments, cross-border business
operations and government relations.
Strong background in all aspects of the executive management function design, implementation and execution including
process optimisation, organisation, technology, controls and risk management.
Strength in developing strategic plans, engaging project developers, shareholders, employees, financial institutions and government officials; providing compelling strategic opinions and orientations and business development opportunities
to the board.
He is a Managing Director at Impaxis Group in charge of Advisory and Capital Markets transactions.
Ababacar is CEO of Impaxis Securities, the Capital Markets arm of IMPAXIS Group.
Before joining Impaxis Group, he was a Senior Associate in the HSBC M&A Department in Paris, France.
Ababacar worked also within the Audit department of DELOITTE in Paris.
He is graduated from the Magistère BFA (Paris DAUPHINE University) with a specialization in “Investment Banking & Corporate Finance” from the Olin Business School MBA Program (Washington University in St-Louis – USA). He also holds a Master in Economics and International Finance (DEA 106) from the Paris DAUPHINE University.
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Oil and gas hotspot in Africa will host a flagship conference in Dakar, May 27-28 2020.