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Nigeria Energy Sustainability Conference

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Charting a pathway to a low carbon energy future was the focus for leaders attending the Energy Sustainability Conference in Lagos, Nigeria last month.

With over 200 delegates in attendance, the two-day conference was themed ‘Energy landscape; minimising risk, maximising opportunities’, and included three industry specific sessions on gas, power and petroleum.

Following last year’s inaugural conference, the event has become a firm fixture in the calendar of the Energy Institute (EI), and featured several senior industry speakers, including His Excellency Mr Dapo Abiodun, the Executive Governor of Ogun State; Tony Attah, CEO of Nigeria LNG and Louise Kingham OBE FEI, CEO of the EI.

Supported by the UK government’s Department of International Trade (DIT), day one concluded with a reception at the British Deputy High Commissioner’s residence.

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