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Despite boasting of a 206 trillion standard cubic feet of gas reserves and topping major countries, Nigeria’s per capita consumption of gas is the lowest in the sub-Saharan African region, Ministers of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylvia has said.

He stated this at the 2021 yearly sub-Saharan African Oil and Gas Conference tagged ”The future of Upstream and Deepwater Development, Advancing Digitisation and Gas Development Options in Sub-Saharan Africa” and organised by Energy & Corporate Africa.

With the rapidly growing population of Nigeria, expected to outnumber that of the USA in about 20 years, Sylvia feared that the upsurge in the continent’s population could be challenging if not treated as an opportunity.

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As Sylvia, Kyari, others win award at 2021 at Sub-Saharan African Oil, Gas Conference

Ministers of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylvia has said there was need to reform the global and regional energy systems following growing population and push from fossil fuel due to environmental concerns.

Insisting that development remained sacrosanct in Africa. Sylvia noted that there was need to persist in expanding the role and opportunities of natural gas towards recovery and shared prosperity for a sustainable Sub-Sahara Africa and the world in general.

He stated this at the 2021 Annual Sub-Saharan African Oil and Gas Conference tagged ‘‘The future of Upstream and Deepwater Development, Advancing Digitization and Gas Development Options in Sub-Saharan Africa” and organised by Energy & Corporate Africa.

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Seplat Energy Plc and its Board Chairman, Dr. ABC Orjiako have emerged winners at the Energy & Corporate Africa Leadership Award Night/Dinner held last week at the Hilton Post Oak, Houston, Texas, Unite States for outstanding indigenous performance.

The award was the climax of the Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil/Gas Conference that started from 12th August to 13th August with the theme: The Future of Upstream, Advancing Digitalization and Gas Development Options in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Orjiako delivered the keynote address at the event.

Seplat was recognized as the largest indigenous domestic supplier of gas whilst Dr. Orjiako won the top indigenous entrepreneur award in the energy sector.

The Leadership Award Night gave an opportunity to profile and celebrate personalities that have helped to stabilize and grow oil/gas business in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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