NAEC Summit: Spotlight on Nigeria’s Energy Future

by Oluwatosin Racheal Alabi

The Nigerian Association of Energy Correspondents (NAEC) prepares for a grand event. They’re about to welcome top energy officials: Ekperikpe Ekpo and Heineken Lokpobiri. Alongside these energy stalwarts, other eminent speakers will join the roster on October 5, 2023, at Eko Hotel and Suites.

Joining the duo are Gabriel Tanimu Aduda from the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Engr. Gbanga Komolafe of NUPRC, and Mele Kyari from NNPCL. Together, they’ll delve into the challenges and potential of Nigeria’s energy landscape.

Nigeria’s energy sector faces declining investments. This conference, however, aims to rekindle interest. Attendees can expect insights, peer-reviewed analyses, and a fresh perspective on the sector’s future.

Titled ‘Nigeria’s Energy Transition’, the event promises a blend of national and international attendees. The discussions will focus on challenges, growth paths, and opportunities in Nigeria’s energy sector.

In a recent statement, NAEC emphasized the conference’s strategic importance. It offers a platform for industry captains, regulators, and policymakers to come together. Their goal? Find solutions for a smoother functioning energy industry.

Olu Phillips, the Chairman of NAEC, expressed excitement about the summit. “This isn’t just another conference,” he said. “It’s a gathering where we strategize on Nigeria’s 2060 energy plan.”

With global energy paradigms shifting, this conference is a must-attend. It marks a step towards sustainable growth in Nigeria’s energy sector.

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