SIEPA Senegal 2019 is the only event focused on Senegal’s entire energy value chain, involving not only the participation of large operators in the country, but also the National companies, Government officials, local entrepreneurs, students and civil society, ensuring a multi layered and diverse participation.
Major energy developments in Senegal but also in Africa were discussed at SIEPA Senegal 2019:
NEPAD and major international organizations are actively developing initiatives aimed at increasing the electrification rate in sub-Saharan Africa from 40% to over 80% by setting up large production units, mainly powered by natural gas through the creation of decentralized systems (solar, wind …) and by the installation of networks and interconnections.
“The Grand Tortue Ahmeyim deposit between Senegal and Mauritania will produce about 2.5 million tons of LNG from 2022 and about 10 million tons a few years later”
“The production of Sangomar crude will be more than 120,000 barrels of crude per day from 2023”