Energy Transition Implications on Exploration and Exploitation of Petroleum Resources

Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, spoke on the implications of global energy transition dynamics on emerging petroleum economies and the strategic options for the Gulf of Guinea in a webinar organised by the Office of GNPC Petroleum Chair, UCC Oil and Gas Institute, Cape Coast, Ghana on 1st December 2020.

Dr Nakhle elaborated on the implications of COVID-19 on global energy markets, with a special focus on the energy transition and particularly in relevance to Africa.

She cautioned against blanket solutions or copy-paste policies as the economic needs and maturity of markets, among others, differ substantially between the developed world and poorer nations in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Dr Nakhle was joined by Dr Kofi Koduah Sarpong, Chief Executive Officer, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation; Dr Theophilus Acheampong, Senior Consultant, Crystol Energy; Dr Adeola Adenikinju, Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics; Dr Joseph Essandoh-Yeddu, Immediate Past Director, Strategy and Policy Division, Energy Commission of Ghana, Accra; and Dr Omowumi Iledare, Ghana National Petroleum Research Chair , UCC Oil and Gas Institute, Ghana.

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