NEW ERA IN GLOBAL ENERGY LANDSCAPE: IMPLICATIONS FOR AN EMERGING ECONOMY

APRIL 22th - 24th, 2018

PTDF CONFERENCE CENTER, ABUJA, NIGERIA.

Who Should Attend

What to Expect from the Conference

Every year, the NAEE organizes a major conference/seminar which attracts a wide variety of local and international participants. Presentations by local and International Organizations / Individuals on topical issues relating to the Energy Economics as it relates to our contemporary Society are brought forward and discussed. NAEE Conferences has been a place of knowledge sharing, learning, networking, research, updating and becoming well informed in the energy sector of the economy
NAEE conferences which has been an annual event has always been so remarkable and has always left a blue print in the lives of participants.

This conference will provide a regular forum for intellectual discourse on core national issues. They will also facilitate policy makers, industry experts, academics and other stakeholders, as well as proffer key recommendations to support the country's Economics growth process for the considerations of policy makers and political leaders.

Inspiring Keynote Speakers

Inspiring Keynote Speakers

All our speakers at the event have been wonderfully selected, known to be sound and experienced on the theme of the conference. We assure you of a wow experience.
Impactful Presentations

Impactful Presentations

Every presentation at the NAEE/IAEE conferences has always been breath taken. You wont want to miss out of the captivating moment from each presenters.
Fun, Friends & Food

Fun, Friends & Food

This event will be another moment to network and connect with great and like minds, make new friends and have lots of fun and food at our dinner.

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Revolutionizing the energy sector

Chairman / Keynote Speaker / Chief Host

Engr. Funsho Moses Kupolokun, FNAPE
Engr. Funsho Moses Kupolokun, FNAPEFormer Managing Director, NNPC
Mr. Austin Avuru, FNAPE
Mr. Austin Avuru, FNAPEChief Executive Officer, SEPLAT
Dr. Bello Aliyu Gusau
Dr. Bello Aliyu GusauExecutive Secretary, PTDF

Revolutionizing the world

Inspiring speaker

Senator Tayo Alasoadura
Senator Tayo AlasoaduraChairman Senate Committee, Petroleum (Upstream)
Dr. David Knapp,
Dr. David Knapp, President, International Association for Energy Economics, USA
Mordecai Danteni Baba Ladan
Mordecai Danteni Baba LadanDirector, Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
Mr. Sanusi Garba
Mr. Sanusi GarbaVice Chairman/ Commissioner, Market Competition & Rates, NERC
Mr. Waziri Adio
Mr. Waziri AdioExecutive Secretary, NEITI
Dr. Jude Amaefule
Dr. Jude AmaefuleCEO, Emerald Energy Resources
Hon. Agbedi Yeitiemone
Hon. Agbedi YeitiemoneChairman House, Committee, Gas Resources
Dr. Emmanuel Egbogah
Dr. Emmanuel EgbogahFormer Special Adviser on Petroleum Matters
Mr. Oluyemisi O. Olorunsola,
Mr. Oluyemisi O. Olorunsola,Former DPR Director, Director NDPR, Former VP Shell Gas
Alhaji Abdulkadir Saidu
Alhaji Abdulkadir SaiduExecutive Secretary, PPPRA
Engr. Louis O. N. Edozien
Engr. Louis O. N. EdozienPermanent Secretary, Ministry of Power
Chiedu Ugbo, Esq,
Chiedu Ugbo, Esq,MD, Niger Delta Power Holding Company, Abuja
Hon. Victor O. Nwokolo
Hon. Victor O. NwokoloChairman, House Committee, Petroleum (Upstream)
Dr. Lanre Babalola
Dr. Lanre BabalolaFormer Minister of Power
Professor Eli Jidere Bala
Professor Eli Jidere BalaDG, Energy Commission of Nigeria
Engr. Simbi Wabote
Engr. Simbi WaboteExecutive Secretary, NCDMB
Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan,
Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan,Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum Resources
Mr. Babatude Fashola, SAN
Mr. Babatude Fashola, SANHonourable Minister of Power, Work and Housing
Dr. Maikanti Kacalla Baru
Dr. Maikanti Kacalla BaruGroup Managing Director, NNPC, Abuja
Professor Yinka Omorogbe
Professor Yinka OmorogbeAttorney General & Commissioner of Justice, Edo State
Mr. Ahmed A. Bobboi
Mr. Ahmed A. BobboiExecutive Secretary, PEFMB
Dr. Tim Okon,
Dr. Tim Okon,CEO IIPELP Group

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Event Programme

  1. Day 1 / April, 22
  2. Day 2 / April, 23
  3. Day 3 / April 24
16:00 - 19:00

Registration

Early Registration.
19:00 - 21:00

WELCOME RECEPTION / COCKTAIL PARTY

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08:00 - 17:00

REGISTRATION Continues

Registration / Continues...
09:00 - 10:30

Concurrent Session: 1 - 4

ENERGY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY / OBINDAH GERSHON, DOYAH TIENA, ABIGAIL GODWIN, ROMANUS OSABOHIEN & OTOBO OGHENETEGA (Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University) - Energy Consumption, Infant and Maternal Health in Nigeria: A Cointegration Analysis...

ALEXANDER OLATUNDE AKOLO (Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc./ Centre for Petroleum, EnergyEconomics & Law) - Demand for Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles in Benin, Edo State, Nigeria.
SEUN J. AKINBOWALE (Department of Economics, College of Management Sciences,Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta) - Modelling the Returns and Volatility Spill overs between Crude Oil and Food Prices in Nigeria.
OLULEKE PETER IYANU (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) - Energy Mix and Greenhouse Emission in Nigeria: Addressing Environmental Issues Using Autoregressive Distributive Lag Based Methodology.
ENERGY SUPPLY MIX AND PRICING POLICY I / ADEDAPO S ADEJUMO & OMOWUMI O ILEDARE (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) - Assessment of Economic Viability of Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Natural Gas Pipeline under a Fixed Pipeline Tariffs.
BEN OBI, ADOLPHUS ADEMOLA & OYELAYO MICHEAL (Department of Economics, University of Abuja) - Implication of Energy Pricing Policy on Environment Conservation and Industrial Productivity.
EDAME, GREG E.& OKOI, OKOIARIKPO B. (Department of Economics, University of Calabar) Energy Sector Reforms, Energy Pricing and Energy Supply in Nigeria.
IYABO M. OKEDINA & YEWANDE O. OLATUNDE (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law University of Ibadan) - Analysis of the Relationship between Crude Oil Price and Food Prices: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria.
LOW CARBON EMISSION AND EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION INDUSTRY / OBINDAH GERSHON & ALOCHUKWU OKOLI (Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University) - Carbon (Co2) Emissions by Prosumers: A Comparative Analysis of Nigerian Banks.
PIUS OKEH & ABIOLA AKANDE (Economics Department, Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State) The Impact of Carbon Tax on Nigerian Economy: CGE Approach.
UDEME UMOREN (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) Review of the Domestic Gas Market Structure in Nigeria: Challenges and Opportunities
VICTORIA O. FOYE (Department of Economics University of Ibadan) Oil Production, Infrastructure and Inclusive Growth in Nigeria: A New Structural Economics Approach.
ENERGY POVERTY, ACCESS AND SUBSIDIES / AJAYI, BABAJIDE A. & OLA, KEHINDE. O. (Department of Economics, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Southwestern University, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State) - Energy Poverty and Children's Study Time in Nigeria: Empirical Analysis.
AKINTUNDE, YUNUS A. (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) Energy Poverty, Access and Subsidies in an Emerging Economy: The Case Study of Nigeria.
DAMILOLA FELIX ARAWOMO (Surveillance and Forecasting Department, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER)) - Analysing Household Energy Poverty in Communities Removed from National Grid: The Case of Old Ikale Divisions, Ondo State.
E. M. FOLARIN (Anchor University, Ayobo, Lagos) Impact of Sustained Energy Poverty on the Well-Being of Citizens in Developing Countries.
10:30 – 11:00

TEA/COFFEE BREAK

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11:00 – 13:00

OPENING CEREMONY, WELCOME REMARKS

Chairman: Engr. Funsho Kupolokun (Former GMD, NNPC, Abuja)
Distinguished Guest of Honour: Mr. Babatunde Fashola, SAN, Honourable Minister of Power…
Chief Host: Dr. Aliyu Bello Gusau, Executive Secretary, PTDF
Welcome Remarks--NAEE President: Wumi Iledare, Professor Emeritus of Petroleum Economics
&Chirota and Emmanuel Egbogah Distinguished Professor, EEI UNIPORT, Nigeria Opening Remarks--IAEE President: Dr. David Knapp, President IAEE, Cleveland, Ohio
Special Guests of Honour: .... Download to see list.
13:00 – 14:00

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK ! LUNCH BREAK !! LUNCH BREAK !!! (Goodwill Messages)
14:00 – 15:30

INAUGURAL PLENARY SESSION

THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA: THE ROLE OF THE OIL AND GAS SECTOR IN TRANSFORMING AN EMERGING ECONOMY / Download to see more...
15:30 - 16:30

TEA/COFFEE BREAK

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16:30 - 18:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: 5 - 8

GEOPOLITICS OF ENERGY RESOURCES AND SUPPLY / L.OLADELE ODERINDE (Department of Economics, Anchor University, Lagos.) Fiscal Regimes and Marginal Oil Field Upstream Development Projects in Nigeria..
BUSAYO VICTOR OSUNTUYI - Fossil Fuel Consumption, Environmental Pollution and Economic Growth in Nigeria.
EYIDE, O., ONYIJE, I. J., &N. A. AMENAGHAWON (Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Benin) - Production of Particle boards from Agricultural Residues (Wood Chips) and Optimization of its Mechanical and Physical Properties.
BABALOLA, O. OLADAPO &EKPENYONG O. KEZIAH (Department of Economics, Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti) - Alternative Energy Sources in an Emerging Economy
A. S SAMBO, ZARMA, I.H & OTOKPA, D.O (Energy Commission of Nigeria, Abuja) The Role of Captive Power Generation for Self-Reliance and Sustainable Development in Nigeria
EXHAUSTIBLE ENERGY UTILIZATION CHALLENGES / BIOSE HENRY ODIAKA - (Emerald Energy Institute for Petroleum, Energy Economics, Policy and Strategic Studies, University of Port Harcourt) - Economics of Domestic Gas Production and Utilization in Nigeria..
JEAN BALOUGA (University of Lagos)- Whither the Unconventional Hydrocarbons in the Nigerian Economy?.
ADEOLA F. ADENIKINJU, TOLULOPE J. FAKUNLE& NKECHINYELU P. ORANYE (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law) - Decomposition Analysis of the Nigerian Transport Sector Energy Consumption, its Implication for Carbon Emission Mitigation and Energy Efficiency.
BAGUDU DAHIRU, ECHENDU, JOSEPH C. &IBE, CHIDI (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) - Economics of Coal Power Generation Using USC/CCS Technology: A Case Study of Nigeria
ENERGY SUPPLY MIX AND PRICING POLICY II / ADENIKINJU, ADEOLA. & OKEH, PIUS E. (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) - A CGE Framework of the Impact of Domestic Natural Gas Market Liberalization in Nigeria..
UDE DAMIAN KALU & CHARLES N. ANUMUDU (Department of Economics, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike) - Energy Storage and Market Implication for Powering African Countries.
OKORIE, STANLEY O. & AMALATE ANN (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) Oil Price – Stock Market Nexus in Nigeria and South Africa.
YAHAYA BINTA Gas Price and Gas Demand; an Implication on National Output: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis.
ENERGY INVESTMENT, FINANCE AND RISK I / STEPHEN K. DIMNWOBI, EBELE S. NWOKOYE, CHUKWUNONSO S. EKESIOBI & IZUCHUKWU C. IGBANUGO (Department of Economics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State) Determinants of Investment in Energy Efficiency by Selected Firms in Onitsha Business Clusters
AYOTOMIWA OPEOLUWA (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) - Financing Off-Grid Solar Projects in Rural Nigeria (Case Study of Some Selected Rural Communities).
ADEDAPO S ADEJUMO, OMOWUMI O ILEDARE & ECHENDU C JOSEPH (Emerald Energy Institute University of Port Harcourt) - Investment Risk Analysis of an Investor-Owned Natural Gas Pipeline In Nigeria: A Case Study Of Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Gas Pipeline.
ONWUKA KEVIN O.& NWOGWUGWU, UCHE C. (Department of Economics & Development Studies, Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State) - Emergence of Alternative Source of Fuel Energy (Water): Implications for Nigerian Economy.
WAHAB, L AND DIJI, C.J (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) Fiscal Terms Optimization Model to Drive Investments In Nigeria Upstream Petroleum Sector.
19:00 – 21:00

NAEE AWARD DINNER

CHAIRMAN:
/ Dr. Aliyu Bello Gusau, Executive Secretary, Petroleum Technology Development Fund, Abuja.
7:30 - 8:30

2019 CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE

2019 CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE / (By Invitation Only)
08:30 – 10:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9 – 12

ENERGY INVESTMENT, FINANCE AND RISK II / ATOYEBI, M. O., ODESOLA, I.F. & ISMAIL, O.S. (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Technology, University of Ibadan) - The Development of Small Hydropower Project: A Case Study of River Ore, Osun State, Nigeria.
IDOWU ADEKUNLE & OMOWUMI ILEDARE (African University of Science and Technology Abuja) - Estimating Relative Technical Efficiency of Firms of Different Sizes: A Case Study of Nigeria Upstream Players.
P.C. OBUTTE &LAW AMADI (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) - Revenue Security in the Energy Sector: The Role of Law.
IYABO OLUWASEYI ALAO (Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics & Law, University of Ibadan) - Effects of Terrorism and Civil Unrest on Energy Security in Nigeria; the Role of the Law.
POWER SECTOR REGULATION AND RESTRUCTURING / AUWAL, UMAR, SANUSI & ALIYU RAFINDADI (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria) - Herding Behaviour of Investors in the Nigerian Stocks Exchange: Evidence from the Petroleum Marketing Firms.
NNADILI PARACLETE, ADEJOLA ADENIKE & WUMI ILEDARE (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) - Designing Efficient Fiscal System without Royalty: A Case Study of Nigeria.
ONOLEMHEMHEN R.U & BELLO, S.L. (University Of Lagos) Does Fuel Subsidy Really Exist In Nigeria? An Empirical Investigation.
ABUBAKAR JAMALADEEN, AUWAL UMAR & HARUNA MUHAMMAD A. (Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaure, Jigawa State) Macroeconomic Implementations of Oil Price Fluctuations: A Regime Switching Approach for Nigeria
CLIMATE CHANGE, ECONOMICS & POLICY / TERFA W. ABRAHAM (National Institute for Legislative Studies (NILS), Abuja) Climate Change, Rural Farmers Post-Harvest Income and Insights for the Minimum Wage Question: Evidence from Nigeria.
KAASE GBAKON (Corporate Planning and Strategy, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Abuja) - Global Refining Ownership Structure and M&A Deal Valuation – A Historical Perspective from 2000 to 2016.
ASOGWA IKECHUKWU S., ANUMUDU CHARLES N.I $ OKEREKE OBINNA (Department of Economics, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State) - Principal Components of Industrial Carbon (C02) Emissions and Climate Change Nexus in Nigeria.
MGBEMENA, EMILIA MUKAOSOLU (Department of Economics, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State) - Energy Transition and Climate Change in Nigeria: Imperatives for Environmental Sustainability.
PETROLEUM REVENUE MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY / FUBARA, SUSAN A., & ILEDARE OMOWUMI (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) - The Impact of Petroleum Industry Activities on the Economic Performance of Littoral States in Nigeria.
L.OLADELE ODERINDE & MODINAT O. OLUSOJI (Department of Economics, Anchor University Lagos) - Oil Resource Dependence, Financial Sector Development and Sectoral Performance in Nigeria.
ODEH NNAEMEKE EZIGBO (Centre for Petroleum Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan) - Impact of Crude Oil Price Volatility and Exchange Rate on Petroleum Product Prices in Nigeria.
OLORUNSHOLA, JOB ABIODUN Upstream Fiscal Designs, Project Life Cycles and Financing Risks: An Illustration from the Nigerian Petroleum Industry.
10:00 – 11:30

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 13–17

ENERGY DEMAND, ECONOMIC GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT I / EZENEKWE UJU, BERNARD OJONUGWA A. & MARIA CHINECHEREM U. (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kogi State University, Anyigba) Analysis of Energy Consumption Pattern and its Effect on Economic Growth in Nigeria.
EKEOCHA, PATTERSON C. &PENZIN, DINCI JESSICA (Research Department, Central Bank of Nigeria) - Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Nigeria: New Evidence Using the Nonlinear ARDL Approach.
TELLA AFEEZ TAIWO (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State) - The Diversity of Cooking Fuels Demand in Ibadan: A Comparative Analysis.
NURA A. KABUGA, HASSAN H. SULEIMAN & ALIYU Y. AHMAD (Department of Economics, Bayero University, Kano-Nigeria) - An Econometric Analysis of the Household Demand for Electricity in Kano Metropolis, Nigeria.
ENERGY DEMAND, ECONOMIC GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT II / EMILY IKHIDE & CHARLES ADJASI (University of Stellenbosch Business School, Cape Town, South Africa) - A Cost Benefit Analysis of Energy Alternatives and Economic Growth in Nigeria.
OMOLOLA S OLARINDE & ADENIRAN ABRAHAM (Department of Economics, Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State) - Energy Demand and Economic Growth in Nigeria.
OLUFEMI SAIBU, ONYEBUCHI IWEGBU & LATIFAT ARE (Department of Economics University of Lagos) - Energy Market Dynamics and Economic Growth Nexus: Implications on Environmental Policy Effectiveness in Nigeria.
UCHE M. OZUGHALU (Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka) A Panel Regression Analysis of Energy Consumption, Co2 Emissions and Human Development in ECOWAS.
ENERGY DEMAND, ECONOMIC GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT III / ADEOLA F. ADENIKINJUA, GBENGA P. SANUSI B & OSAGU N. FESTUS (Department of Economics, University of Ibadan) - Analysis of Energy Indicators and Sustainable Development: Implications for an Emerging Economy.
DESMOND. O. ECHETA , PATRICK N NNAMOCHA, UCHE O UNACHUKWU, IKEMEFUNA R MIRIKWEH & KENNEDY .C. ANYADIKE (Department of Banking and Finance Imo State Polytechnics, Owerri) - Household Energy Demand in a Recessed Economy: Investigating the Contestation of Theories for Owerri Suburb.
PETER A. FOABEH (Institute of International Studies, Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok, Thailand) - The Heterogeneity of Foreign Direct Investment, Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth in CEMAC countries.
PHILIP ALEGE, QUEEN-ESTHER OYE, OMOBOLA ADU & AYOBAMI JOLAADE (Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota) - Energy Demand, Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A DSGE Perspective.
ELECTRICITY MARKET DEVELOPMENT / OLUWASOLA E. OMOJU & OLUFEMI M. SAIBU (Research Officer, National Institute of Legislative Studies Abuja) - Dirty Hands in New Gloves: The Challenges of Improving Electricity Accessibly in Nigeria.
UDE DAMIAN KALU&EKESIOBI CHUKWUNONSO SYLVESTER (Department of Economics, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State) - Electricity and Gas Trading: Implication for Growth and Development in Sub-Sahara Africa.
ALEGEH, JONATHAN, ECHENDU, JOSEPH C.,IBE, CHIDI (International Institute for Petroleum, Energy Law and Policy) - Potential of Biomass to Reduce the Cost of Electricity for Agro-Processing Plants in Nigeria.
PEACE, U. NNAJI & ANDREW, I. MOBOSI (Economics Department, University of Nigeria, Nsukka) Electricity Energy Management and Manufacturing Sector Performance in Nigeria.
MARKET POTENTIAL FOR RENEWABLE ENERGIES / GIFT C, NWABUEZE (Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt) How Could Renewable Energy Resources Bridge the Gap in Nigeria's Energy Sector?
NWEZE PAUL N. & GREG E. EDAME (Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities, Ebonyi State Universty, Abakaliki) - Renewable Energy Potential in Nigeria: Achieving Energy Security for Rural Dwellers.
NATHANIEL BABAJIDE (Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee, United Kingdom) - Developing Hybrid Renewable Energy System for Off-Grid Rural Electrification in the North-Eastern Region of Nigeria
OLUWASOLA E. OMOJU, EMILY IKHIDE, STEPHEN K. DIMNWOBI & AUGUSTINA O. EHIMARE (National Institute For Legislative Studies, National Assembly, Abuja) - Assessment of the Welfare, Employment and Gender Impacts of Policy Options for Renewable Energy Financing in Nigeria
11:30 – 12:00

TEA/COFFEE BREAK

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12:00 - 13:30

SECOND PLENARY SESSION

THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA: THE ROLE OF GAS & POWER IN TRANSFORMING AN EMERGING ECONOMY / CHAIR/LEAD SPEAKER: Dr. Lanre Babalola, Former Minister of Power, Abuja, Nigeria
PANELISTS:
Dr. Sam Amadi - Former Chairman, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Dr. Christophe Bonnery - 2018 IAEE President Elect/ President Energy Economics Association, France
Mr. Sanjay Narasimhalu, Director, Downstream Gas Chevron Nigeria Limited
Dr. David Ige - CEO, Gas Invest Limited
Engr. Dada Thomas - President, Nigeria Gas Association, Lagos, Nigeria.
13:30 – 14:30

LUNCH / Refreshment break

LUNCH BREAK / (Goodwill Message)
14:30 – 16:00

ANNUAL PETROLEUM & POWER ECONOMICS & POLICY ROUNDTABLE

PETROLEUM INDUSTRY RESTRUCTURING AND REFORM'S IMPLICATIONS ON DIVERSIFYING THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY / MODERATOR:
Oluyemisi Olorunsola, Former Director, Department of Petroleum.
Resources, Lagos
PANELISTS:
1. Dr. Tim Okon, Senior Adviser on Fiscal Strategy/CEO, IIPELP
2. Dr. M. M. Ibrahim, Member Nigeria Energy Council, Abuja
3. Dr. Nuhu Habib, Department of Petroleum Resources, Lagos, Nigeria
4. Engr. Chikezie Nwosu, Chairman SPE Nigeria Council and Technical Director Addax Petroleum
5. Mr. Waziri Adio- Executive Secreatry, Nigeria Extractive Transparency Initiative (NEITI)
16:30 - 18:00

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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For Foreign Delegates:  Student delegates - USD 100  Others USD - 150. See fee for local delegate below.

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Venue & Info

Venue Details

This year NAEE/IAEE International Conference is happening at the PTDF International Conference Centre, Abuja. One of the nigeria's most outstanding venue and beautiful location. You will join over 300 attendies in one of the best Conference venue in Abuja, Nigeria.

Address:

PTDF International Conference Centre, Abuja.

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Transport

Transport

Abuja, the city where the venue is location can be accessed from any where in Nigeria. Major airports and bus terminal in Nigeria visit abuja on a daily basis. The transport network in the city of abuja is second to none.
Hotels

Hotels

There are several hotel in abuja. Meanwhile a very good number of hotels are also located close to the venue. Price varies. Nevertheless you can check here, http://bit.ly/2EVYw6B for available hotels around the venue.
Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Abuja is a place of fun and diverse dishes. Varieties of meals are prepared and are always available to you. Moreover, the association has lot of food to carter for you.

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