EITI at Africa Oil Week

Now entering its 27th year, the 2021 Africa Oil Week and Future Energy Series Africa brought together governments, national and international oil companies, independents, investors and service providers around the theme "Succeeding in a Changed Market".

The EITI moderated several panels and events throughout the week: 

Fireside: Designing an Economic Blueprint for Harmonisation of Energy Development Across Africa

Mon, 8 Nov 10:00 - 10:30 GMT+4
(Madinat Jumeirah)

Moderated by Bady Baldé, EITI Deputy Executive and Africa Director 

This session convened representatives from the African Union and African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to discuss economic planning for energy development across Africa.

Panel: Energy Transition Policies for a Changing Landscape: Stimulating National Economic Growth and Investment

Tue, 9 Nov 11:00 - 12:00 GMT+4
(Madinat Jumeirah)

Moderated by Joanne Jones, EITI Communications Director

This panel discussed the renewed pressure put on fossil fuel-dependent African governments to improve their fiscal and regulatory terms and explore new industries or policies to diversify their economies.

EITI Africa Energy Dialogue: Unlocking EITI data to prepare for an evolving energy landscape

Tue, 9 Nov 17:30 - 20:30 GMT+4
(Madinat Jumeirah)

Moderated by Bady Baldé, EITI Deputy Executive and Africa Director 

This closed-door session convened ministerial representatives from EITI implementing countries to discuss opportunities for using EITI disclosures to inform national planning and debate around the energy transition.
By invitation only. For questions, please contact Fatma Nyambura at FNyambura@eiti.org

Panel Discussion: Local Content and the Green Transition

Thu, 10 Nov 08:30 - 09:20 GMT+4
(Madinat Jumeirah)

Speaker: Fatma Nyambura, EITI Policy Officer

This session explored the risks and opportunities for suppliers in the wake of the energy transition.

EITI State-Owned Enterprise Virtual Summit

Thu, 10 Nov 11:00 - 14:00 GMT+4
(Sheraton Mall of the Emirates Hotel)

Moderated by Andrew Irvine, EITI Legal and Corporate Engagement Director and Fatma Nyambura, EITI Policy Officer

This virtual summit gathered CEOs, leaders and representatives from approximately 30 state-owned enterprises.
By invitation only. For questions, please contact Fatma Nyambura at FNyambura@eiti.org