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PTCIJ hosts experts to discuss new governance models in oil sector

PTCIJ hosts experts to discuss new governance models in oil sector
August 10
07:28 2020

Economists and energy experts will meet virtually on Wednesday, August 12, to discuss the new governance models in the downstream segment of Nigeria’s oil and gas sector.


The webinar, which is sponsored by the Premium Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ), will hold between 2pm and 4pm.

The panel of discussants will be led by Doyin Salami, chairman of Nigeria’s economic advisory council and former member of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s monetary policy committee.

He will be joined by Wilson Opuwei, chief executive of Dateline Energy Services Limited, a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) and the Association of Private Refinery Owners of Nigeria (APRON).


Oluwatoyin Aina, energy and international oil trading group head at First Bank of Nigeria Limited, is billed to give an overview and review the findings and recommendations of a new research report on promoting transparency and new governance models in the downstream oil sector.

Kole Shettima, the Africa regional director of MacArthur Foundation, will deliver the keynote address while Tobi Oluwatola, a public policy expert and World Bank consultant will moderate the event.



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