SAOGA & Eskom Webinar - The Role of Gas in the Just Energy Transition - 14 October 2021

Dear Members & Industry Stakeholders,

The South African Oil & Gas Alliance invites you to our next webinar, The Role of Gas in the Just Energy Transition, on Thursday, 14 October 2021 at 14h00. Eskom will provide an overview of their clean energy projects and how the “Just Energy Transition” will be implemented.  Petroleum Agency SA will reflect on the Offshore Prospects of Indigenous Gas Supply for Gas to Power. Bastion Energy and Kinetico (Afro Energy) will look at their Onshore Projects and how this will benefit South Africa.  Standard Bank SA will discuss their Parameters for Gas Financing for Eskom JET.

Please ensure you register on time so as not to miss out on this insightful event.

Topic:               The Role of Gas in the Just Energy Transition

Speakers:        Mandy Rhambaros                 - Eskom, General Manager: Just Energy Transition

                         Dr. Phindile Masangane         - CEO, Petroleum Agency South Africa

                         Barrisford Petersen                 - MD, Bastion Energy

                         Nick de Blocq                          - CEO, Kinetico (Afro Energy)

                         Paul Eardley-Taylor                 - Head of Oil & Gas, Standard Bank

                         Rentia van Tonder                   - Head of Power, Corporate and Investment Banking, Standard Bank


Time:              13h50 - Opening and join the waiting room

                        14h00 - Session Starts

The first 10 registered SAOGA member companies will be given an opportunity to promote their companies in a 1-minute timeslot.             

RSVP:              REGISTER NOW

Cost:                NO CHARGE

NB!! You will have to download/update the ZOOM App beforehand.

SAOGA will provide you with a ZOOM Meeting request once you have registered.

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