The Energy Institute Nigeria says it has concluded plans to host the inaugural Energy Sustainability Conference 2018 to discuss the future of the energy in Nigeria.
It said they would analyse critical issues on creating an energy sustainable future for Nigeria by promoting the exchange of knowledge, best practices, innovative ideas and past experiences among important stakeholders from across the energy spectrum.
According to a statement by the institute, the conference will take place on October 11, 2018 in Lagos, with the theme ‘Energy Dynamics, current issues and policy options’.
It said the conference would feature prolific experts in government and public policy, industry leaders from the private sector, policymakers, regulators, energy consultants and analysts.
According to the statement, speakers include the Chairman, Energy Institute Nigeria, Mr Osten Olorunsola; the Chief Executive Officer, Energy Institute, Louis Kingham; the Vice Chairman, World Energy Council, Prof. Abubakar Sambo, and the Managing Director/CEO First E&P, Mr Ademola Adeyemi-Bero.
Olorunshola said, “In today’s changing landscape, Nigeria is re-imagining its position as a hub, leveraging its current strength in physical trade and its position of neutral governance to create new control points towards building a smart nation.
“I am excited to speak at the inaugural conference and look forward to sharing successful strategies on how the energy sector can fulfil its role in the industrial, technological, economic and social development of the country.”