Programme Day One
11th September 2017
07:30 - 09:00
Registration & Networking Breakfast
12:10 - 13:10
Session 1: Ministerial Opening Remarks
13:10 - 13:30
Session 2: Outlining TPDC’s Commercial Strategy & Priorities
14:30 - 15:30
Session 3: Tanzania’s Energy Sector as a Driver for Industrialisation
Dr Adelhelm MeruPermanent SecretaryMinistry of Industry, Trade & Investment, Tanzania
- Exploring the role of energy in transforming the Tanzanian industrial sector
- What impact will industrialisation have on the economy?
- What are the plans to diversify Tanzania’s energy mix?
- What role will renewable energy play in driving industrialisation forward?
- Exploring LNG as a supplier for new applications? e.g. marine, industrial & road
15:30 - 16:30
Session 4: Project Showcase: Uganda -Tanzania Crude Oil Pipeline – Progress, Plans & Opportunities
Dr. Moses KusilukaDeputy Permanent SecretaryMinistry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlement, Tanzania
- Stakeholder overview of plans to progress the Uganda-Tanzania Pipeline project
- Exploring solutions to barriers being faced? What practical steps will be taken to move the project forward?
- What business opportunities will the project unveil for the energy sectors in Uganda and Tanzania?
- How will the pipeline project opportunities be maximised for a greater impact the Tanzanian economy?
16:50 - 17:50
Session 5: Driving the Tanzania Gas Projects: From Exploration – Commercial Success
Mwanaamani KidayaAssistant Commissioner – PetroleumMinistry of Energy & Minerals, Tanzania
Omar MitháChairman & Chief Executive OfficerENH Mozambique
- How will the newly passed laws governing natural resources contracts, sovereignty and amendments to existing laws impact new and ongoing projects?
- Announcing plans for the next licencing rounds for on and offshore projects – How will potential investors be incentivised?
- Tanzania’s domestic gas market: government plans & forecasts
- Outlining Government plans to increase the gas distribution network
- How does the Government plan to implement the Gas Masterplan?
- Governments priorities for gas - domestic supply vs export earnings – Exploring international best practice
17:50 - 19:00
Session 6: Positioning Tanzania as a Competitor in the Global LNG Market
Doto M. JamesPermanent SecretaryMinistry of Finance & Planning, Tanzania
Modestus LumatoProduction ManagerTanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)
- How will the latest legislation surrounding the gas contracts impact the commercial viability of the planned LNG projects?
- What impact will the development of the LNG industry have on Tanzania’s economy?
- Gaining a competitive edge pre-production – project optimisation and cost effectiveness
- What impact will the LNG supply abundance have on the market dynamics in the medium to long term?
- What is the investor and governments appetite for small scale LNG projects?
- Exploring international best practice for LNG projects – What lessons can be learned?
- Overview of the evolution of LNG pricing and its impact on new projects coming to stem