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The Energy Council’s 3rd Gas-to-Power Africa Congress will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, on the 15th and 16th of May, 2018 and will once again see over 200 senior executives from along the gas and power value chains, including Governments, Regulators, Upstream E&Ps, Transport, Off takers, Developers, Utilities, EPC Companies, Financiers and Investors come together to discuss the future of Natural Gas and LNG as sources of energy and enabler on the continent.

Taking place once again in conjunction with African Utility Week, one of the world’s leading energy events which welcomed over 7400 attendees over three days in 2017, the Congress will explore gas pricing and the opportunities related to allocating supply between LNG exports and domestic power markets, developing bankable commercial frameworks, overcoming gas transportation infrastructure challenges and ensuring the competitiveness of domestic resources in a global market.

The latest agenda includes updates on South Africa’s Gas-to-Power Programs as well as Nigeria’s Roadmap for Power Sector Reform and Ghana’s Power Ambitions. The event will also provide an overview of projects and opportunities in Kenya, Mozambique and Senegal.

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