H.E. Didier Budimbu Ntubuanga will address high-level delegates on 1 September during MSGBC 2022’s opening morning at CICAD as part of the Ministerial Panel. Subsequently, he will take part in an exclusive conclave sub-session joining the respective ministers of Senegal, Mauritania, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Namibia, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Congo-Brazzaville in co-authoring and endorsing a common African position on what constitutes a just and equitable energy transition.
Prior to stepping into the role of Minister of Hydrocarbons for the Congo in April 2021, H.E. Didier Budimbu Ntubuanga served as DRC Deputy Minister of Education for two years. However, in the brief span of Ntubuanga’s office to date, he has already succeeded in securing game-changing exploration commitments from TotalEnergies and local firm Sonahydroc in the East of the country. And with licensing rounds active or soon to launch in every MSGBC nation, the DRC’s energy sector situation- a burgeoning industry poised for exponential expansion- forms a close mirror worthy of detailed examination for potential synergies.
MSGBC International Conference Director for Energy, Capital & Power, Sandra Jeque adds: “It is with great anticipation and joy that we prepare to welcome H.E. Didier Ntubuanga, Minister of Hydrocarbons to the Land of Teranga in the hope of writing a future for African power that develops Africa.”
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