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Nigeria International Energy Summit 2024: focus on collaboration as petroleum producers forum takes centre stage



Nigeria International Energy Summit 2024: Focus on Collaboration as Petroleum Producers Forum Takes Center Stage

Nigeria International Energy Summit 2024: focus on collaboration as petroleum producers forum akes centre stage


Amidst the backdrop of a rapidly evolving energy landscape, the Nigeria International Energy Summit (NIES) 2024 emerges as a pivotal platform for fostering collaboration and cooperation among players in the pursuit of sustainable energy solutions. Spearheaded by James Shindi, Chief Executive of Brevity Anderson and consultant to NIES, this year’s summit marks the seventh iteration in a series dedicated to catalyzing dialogue and innovation within the energy sector.

In a statement on Sunday, Shindi underscored the overarching objective of NIES 2024, emphasising its steadfast commitment to nurturing a climate of collaboration conducive to addressing critical challenges confronting independent energy producers. Central to this endeavour is the inception of a groundbreaking session entitled the Nigerian Petroleum Producers’ Forum—a novel initiative aimed at galvanizing industry leaders towards collective action and shared insights.

Themed “Innovation, Collaboration, and Resilience: Empowering Independent Producers in the Dynamic Energy Era,” this innovative platform promises to empower independent producers, equipping them with the tools and strategies necessary to navigate the complex and ever-shifting terrain of the energy industry. By fostering a culture of resilience and adaptability, NIES 2024 seeks to lay the groundwork for sustainable growth and prosperity within the sector.

At the forefront of discussions will be an exploration of the myriad of challenges confronting independent energy producers, coupled with actionable strategies designed to promote innovation and collaboration. This holistic approach underscores the imperative of fostering a symbiotic relationship among stakeholders, wherein mutual benefit and collective advancement reign supreme.

Integral to the agenda is the identification of policy interventions tailored to support independent producers amidst the dynamic energy landscape. By sharing best practices and success stories from diverse regions, NIES 2024 aims to provide policymakers with practical insights to inform the formulation of supportive policies and regulations conducive to sectoral growth and stability.

The summit boasts an impressive lineup of speakers, including Senator Heineken Lokpobiri, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Oil), who will deliver a keynote address setting the tone for deliberations. Joining him is Osagie Okunbor, Country Chair/CEO of Shell Companies in Nigeria and Chairman of the Oil Producers Trade Section (OPTS), whose wealth of experience promises invaluable insights into industry dynamics and challenges.

Rounding out the panel of speakers are Gbenga Komolafe, Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission, and Abdulrazaq Isa, Chairman of the Independent Petroleum Producers Group/Waltersmith Group, whose opening keynote speech will set the stage for fruitful discourse and collaboration.

As different players in the energy sector gather at NIES 2024, the stage is set for a convergence of minds, ideas, and aspirations, as the industry charts a course towards a future defined by innovation, collaboration, and resilience. Against the backdrop of mounting challenges and opportunities, the summit stands as a beacon of hope, illuminating the path towards a sustainable and prosperous energy future for Nigeria and beyond.