Petroleum ministry, NMDPRA, Sahara Group collaborate on energy transition
Sahara Energy International Singapore, a Sahara Group Company, has called for more collaboration on gas development to accelerate the nation’s march towards energy transition, as well as the entire continent of Africa.
The call was made during the collaboration hosted by Sahara Energy with Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Gas), Ekperikpe Ekpo, Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Amb. Gabriel Aduda, Chief Executive, Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA), Farouk Ahmed, and Executive Director, Finance, NMDPRA, Abiodun Adeniji.
The visit was on the sidelines of the Asian Pacific Petroleum Conference (APPEC), a Singapore-based event, where business leaders in the oil and gas industry in the Asia-Pacific region meet to share their insights into the market, build relationships, and discover new opportunities.
Chief Executive Officer, Sahara Energy International Singapore, Yomi Benson, Country Manager, Sahara Energy International Singapore, Koyejo Bankole and Head of Trading, Sahara Energy (Geneva).
Jerome Espinasse, received the delegation at Sahara Energy’s offices at the Millenia Towers in the Temasek Avenue business district in Singapore.
Both parties discussed several issues of national interest, including investment opportunities in gas production, infrastructure and international trading, investment in gas infrastructures across Nigeria, opportunities in gas development, how gas is critical in the quest for ensuring access to energy, a just energy transition and powering industries for productivity and growth.
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