Agenda Overview

SIEPA program will offer participants insights into the oil, gas and energy industries in Senegal and in the region, with high level panels and workshops.

Discussions at SIEPA 2019, will focus on innovative models of CSR with the aim that people can benefit fully from the resources.

 

“Senegal’s longest running energy, oil and gas event”

 

The conference program sessions will feature:

  • Interactive Presentations – Speakers will discuss their projects and future plans. A Q&A session will follow to give delegates a chance to comment and ask questions on the presentations made.
  • Open Panel Discussions – Panellists will share their opinions on specific topics through a moderated discussion among peers. The moderator will also introduce points of discussion raised by audience members.
  • Round Table Discussions – Led by an industry expert, the Audience will participate in high level discussions on the issues of the day. The more intimate nature of these sessions often rewards participants with unique insights.
  • Networking Functions – Whether it is a simple Coffee Break or a Gala Dinner, the Networking Breaks offer you a chance to meet with speakers and other participants in a less formal environment.

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Topics:

Day 1
11 Jun 2019
Day 2
12 Jun 2019

INSTALLATION OF PARTICIPANT

OFFICIAL OPEN CEREMONY: WELCOME REMARKS FROM ORGANIZERS

SPEECHES OF COUNTRIES HOSTS

OPENING ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY MACKY SALL, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SENEGAL

INAUGURATION AND OFFICIAL VISIT STANDS AND GROUP PHOTO

10:30

COFFEE BREAK

INAUGURAL CONFERENCE: «ENERGY IN THE WORLD AND AFRICA»

Mr. Jean Pierre Favennec

SESSIONS # 1 OIL AND GAS OUTLOOK

In the wake of the recent oil and gas discoveries:
  • What are the next steps for exploration and production in Africa and West Africa – MSGBC basin?
  • What markets and uses for the oil and gas discoveries?
  • What will be the contribution of oil and gas revenues in future economic development?
Session Chair: Mr Ousmane Ndiaye, Permanent Secretary Cos Petrogaz, Presidency of the Republic of Senegal
M. Baba Tall
Docteur Robert Edwardes
M. Mamadou Faye
Mr Ousmane Ndiaye
Mr. Eric Hansen
Mr. Eric Bonnin
Mrs. Gogne Séye
Mrs. Fatimata Sow
13:00

LUNCH BREAK

SESSION # 2 CONVERSATION WITH COS PETROGAZ

M. Mamadou Fall Kane
16:00

COFFEE BREAK

SESSION # 3 OIL DOWNSTREAM

Following recent oil and gas discoveries:
  • What choice for Senegal between refining and supply?
  • What future for African refineries after the recent closures?
  • How can we ensure a satisfactory supply in the face of growing needs?
  • The new constraints of marketing and distribution.
Session Chair : Mr. Serigne Mboup, Managing Director , SAR,  Senegal
Mr Tidiani Ben Al Houssein
M. Kader Maiga
M. Hamadi Sy
Mr Mohamed Abdallahi Seck
Engr. Babajide Akinremi Soyode Fnsche, Fnae
Mr. James MacCullagh
Mr. Serigne Mboup
18:30

WELCOME COCKTAIL

SESSION # 4 THE ROLE OF TRADERS AND FINANCIALS

Ms. Marie Odile Séne Kantoussan
Mr. Mohamed Julien Ndao
Mr. Jean Pierre Favennec

SESSION # 5 ELECTRICITY : INCREASE OF PRODUCTION CAPACITIES

  • Is natural gaz the fuel of choice? The role of renewable.
  • Organisation of regional markets.
  • African vision of electricity integration.
  • Development of interregional power authorities?
Session Chair: Mr. Abdoulaye Dia , Secretary General of Senelec, Senegal
M. Tamsir Ndiaye
Mr. Abdoulaye Dia
11:00

COFFEE BREAK

SESSION # 5 ( CONTINUATION) REGULATION OF THE ENERGY SECTOR

Mr. Amadou Mamadou Watt
12:30

LUNCH BREAK

SESSION # 6 THE RENEWABLE ENERGIES

  • Which renewable energies to develop Africa?
  • After the recent commissioning of several solar power plants, how are other forms of renewable faring?
  • What are the benefits of the new energy inputs to local population?
  • Should rural electrification take place by means of national grids extensions or of solar mini-grids?
Session Chair: Mr. Djiby Ndiaye, Managing Director of ANER, Senegal
M. Hamed Diane Semega
M. Baba Diallo
Mr Secou Sarr
Mr. Abdou Fall
Mr. Boubacar Mbodj
Mr. Djiby Ndiaye
15:30

COFFE BREAK

LOCAL CONTENT: SESSION # 7 THE COMPANIES’ POSITION

Docteur Robert Edwardes
Mr Abdoulaye Niang
Mr. Eric Bonnin

SESSION # 8 INSTITUTIONS

Session Chair: Mrs. Awa Marie Coll Seck , President of EITI , Senegal
Mme Awa Marie Coll Seck
Mr Ibrahima Sory Diallo

SESSION # 9 SECURITY OF OPERATIONS: TRAINING OF SECURITY OFFICERS

Mr Jean Martin Jampy

CONCLUSION OF THE SUMMIT

Mr Serigne Momar Diéye
18:00

END OF SUMMIT AND EXHIBITION

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