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NGA announces 2021 Industry Multilogue 2 

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The Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) has announced its Industry Multilogues 2, the 12th biennial International Conference themed “POWERING FORWARD: ENABLING NIGERIA’S INDUSTRIALISATION VIA GAS”.

The event slated to hold on Thursday, February 25 and Friday, February 26, 2021, is aimed at furthering discussions of pertinent issues towards the actualization of a Gas-powered economy.

The Multilogues 2 is a sequel to Multilogues 1, a first of its kind series of Industry Multilogues which held in December 2020.

The second leg, according to a statement by the organisers, is a 2-day power-packed series which will feature industry CEOs, national, continental, and international participation.

The virtual discourse will feature conversations across existing sectorial topics such as, sustainable funding, and policies improvement that currently impact on the possibilities of attaining optimal Gas production, transportation, distribution, and adoption, whilst charting the way forward, towards economic stability and buoyancy via Gas.

The conference will also feature the inauguration of newly elected executives and award presentation to outstanding individuals and corporates for their significant contributions to the NGA.

Speaking during the announcement of the Industry Multilogues 2, Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, President, Nigerian Gas Association (NGA), stated that the conference’s objective is to project and leverage the potentials of Gas towards enabling and reinvigorating Nigeria’s industrial sector.

“Riding on the declaration by the Minister of state, Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, to dedicate the new decade to the promotion and adoption of Natural Gas as the fuel of choice for national growth, it has become imperative for the Association to reinforce this paradigm, leveraging its benefits across diverse key sectors in Nigeria and across Africa.”

“Given the intrinsic value and overarching importance of Gas towards economy recovery, prosperity and stability; the 12th Biennial Conference; Multilogues II, aims to identify the sector potentials and opportunities for local and international stakeholders, provide a holistic industry outlook from leaders across leading sectors of the economy and proffer sustainable and actionable solutions towards actualising a Gas-powered economy.

“This year’s theme and sub-themes were meticulously selected to initiate robust conversations addressing both general and sector-specific issues including exploring funding opportunities; promoting innovation; unlocking new frontiers and sustaining policy involvement and formulations towards projecting the Gas sector as one capable of powering the Nigeria economy forward” she added.

Dignitaries and Speakers expected to attend this major Industry event include Nigeria’s Presidency, the President of the International Gas Union, International Industry Leaders, the Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum, Africa’s Energy Ministers, Industry Delegations, CEOs of Major International Oil & Gas Companies and Regulatory Authorities.

Also expected to participate are: Industry Professionals and Technocrats, State Governors, Leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives’ Committees on Gas, Key Players in the Financial Sector, other Policy makers, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Decision-makers from affiliate industries and sectors, Consultants across Africa and others.

Confirmed speakers for the conference include the President of the International Gas Union (IGU), Joe Kang; Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Simbi Wabote; Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, Hadiza Bala Usman; Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria LNG Limited, Tony Attah; Chief Executive Officer, Total E&P Nigeria Limited and Chairman, Oil Producers Trade Section (OPTS) Mike Sangster; Chief Executive Officer, Seplat Petroleum Development Company, Roger Thompson Brown; Osagie Okunbor, Managing Director the Shell Development Company among others.


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