iPAD Mozambique

13 – 15 November 2012

Pre-Conference Workshops

Tuesday 13 November 2012

Session 0.1.1
Workshop 1 – LEGAL FRAMEWORKS

09h00 – 12h00

Strategies for Project Development in Mozambique
Workshop Facilitator: Dr. Rodrigo Ferreira Rocha, Partner of Ferreira Rocha & Associados and Abreu Advogados

Session 0.1.2
Workshop 2 – TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS

13h00 – 17h00

Continental integration, urban and national development in Mozambique
Workshop Facilitators: Barbara Mommen, CEO, Maputo Logistics Corridor Initiative, South Africa

Presentation not yet available. Contact Kim Jansen for further queries. 

Conference Program Day 1

Wednesday 14 November 2012

Session 1.1.1

Plenary Session – Mozambique – Becoming a Strong Energy Player
Conference Chair: Lourenco Sambo, Director General, Centro de Promoçäo de Investimentos (CPI), Mozambique

09h00 – 09h30

Welcome Remarks by Conference Chair
Nuno Maposse, Coordinator of Information and Marketing Services, Centro de Promoçäo de Investimentos (CPI), Mozambique

09h30 – 10h00

Overview of the Gas Sector in Mozambique
Jose Branquinho, Resource Assesment Director, Instituto Nacional de Petroleo

Presentation not yet available. Contact Kim Jansen for further queries. 

10h00 – 10h30

Mozambique’s Burgeoning Energy Sector and Electricidade de Moçambique’s Growth Strategy
Augusto de Sousa Fernando, Chairman of Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM), Mozambique

10h30 – 11h00

Mozambican Local Content – National Talent and Mozambique in the Diaspora
Miquel Vieira, Managing Director – Summits, Elite International Careers

Gas monetisation and
infrastructure development in
Mozambique programme

Strengthening Infrastructure
Development to accelerate
Electrification Projects in
Mozambique programme

Session 1.1.2

Fast Tracking Gas Infrastructure in Mozambique and Regionally
Session Chair and Moderator: Dianne Sutherland, Chief Editor, Petroleum Africa

Session 1.1.2

Financing Generation and Transmission Projects
Session Chair and Moderator: Stephan Morais, Deputy CEO, Banco Nacional de Investmento, Mozambique

12h00 – 12h50

Roundtable Discussion: Successes
and Pitfalls around Gas
Monetorisation Projects

Panellists:

  • Johan de Vos, Chairman,
    Matola Gas Company SA
  • Bob McBean, Executive
    Chairman, Wentworth
    Resources, Canada
  • John Peffer, CEO, Anadarko,
    Mozambique
  • Mr Dinó Coutinho, Provincial Director for Public Infrastructures, Cabo Delgado Province

Panel discussion – Accessing Power Finance for Mozambique

Panellists:

  • Dimitri Kanounnikoff, Director,
    L’Agence Française de
    Développement, Mozambique
  • Paul Eardley-Taylor, Director, Oil & Gas Coverage, SA & Southern Africa, Standard Bank, South Africa
Session 1.1.3

Building Infrastructure and Infrastructure Finance
Session Chair and Moderator: Senior Executive, INP, Mozambique*

Session 1.1.3

Developing additional interconnections for Power Export
Session Chair: Dr Aderito Sousa, Director, Market Operations, EDM

14h10 – 15h40

Panel Discussion: Financing Gas Development – What investors are looking for

Panellists:

  • Neside Tas Anvaripour, Manager for Infrastructure Finance & PPP; African Development Bank, Tunisia
  • Paul Eardley-Taylor, Director, Oil & Gas Coverage, SA & Southern Africa, Standard Bank, South Africa
  • Dimitri Kanounnikoff, Director, L’Agence Française de Développement, Mozambique
  • Stephan Morais, Deputy CEO, Banco Nacional de Investmento, Mozambique

Ressano Garcia Power Project – Cross Border IPP interconnection
Matthew Bell, Senior Sales Manager, Aggreko, South Africa

Presentation not yet available. Contact Kim Jansen for further queries. 

Utilities Panel Discussion – True Regional Integration via Supply and Demand

Panellists:

  • Musara Beta, Chief Market Analyst,  Southern African Power Pool (SAPP), Zimbabwe
  • Josh Chifamba,  Group Chief Executive of ZESA Holdings
  • Segomoco Scheppers, Senior General Manager Southern African Energy, Eskom
Session 1.1.4

Developing Gas Distribution Infrastructure – Regional and International Pipeline Case Studies
Session Chair: Dianne Sutherland, Chief Editor, Petroleum Africa

Session 1.1.4

Generation – Hydropower Potential
Session Chair: Antonio Luis Macamo, Country Director – South Africa, Centro de Promoçäo de Investimentos (CPI), Mozambique

16h10 – 16h40

Operating over 100 km of natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines in Mozambique
Bruno Morgado, CEO, Matola Gas Company, Mozambique

The Kariba South Extension Project
Janus Basson, Regional Manager, Hydropower & Dams Africa, Hatch, South Africa

 

16h40 – 17h20

Summary of Day One by Conference Chairs
Dianne Sutherland, Chief Editor, Petroleum Africa

Summary of Day One by Conference Chair

Conference Program Day 2

Thursday 15 November 2012

Session 2.1.1
Transport Infrastructure and Logistics: Ports Development, Rail, and Logistics Development

Session Chair: Paul Eardley-Taylor, Director, Oil & Gas Coverage, SA & Southern Africa, Standard Bank, South Africa 
Session 2.1.1

New Generation Projects, Gas to Power and Coal Fired Power
Session Chair: Paul Runge, Managing Director, Africa Project Access

09h00 – 09h20

The Potential Impacty of Natural Gas on Road Transport in Mozambique
Joao Das Neves, CEO, Autogas, Mozambique 

Development of power generation projects and the S.T.E Project in Mozambique
Carlos Yum, Corporate Performance Unit and Business Development, EDM, Mozambique

Presentation not yet available. Contact Kim Jansen for further queries. 

09h20 – 09h50

Ghana Oil Services Terminal – Business Case Study
Steven Gray, Development Manager, Lonrho Ports Ghana Ltd, Ghana

Chadha Power infrastructure solutions for the energy sector
Tejinder Singh,  Director , Chadha Power, India

Presentation not yet available. Contact Kim Jansen for further queries.  

09h50 – 10h20

Strengthening Regional Corridors for Gas Transportation
Barbara Mommen, CEO, Maputo Logistics Corridor Initiative, South Africa

Constructing Distribution and Transmission Lines in Mozambique
Dr Salimo Abdula, Chairman, Electrotec, Mozambique

Session 2.1.3

Gas Fuelled Industrialisation
Session Chair: Paul Runge, Managing Director, Africa Project Access

Session 2.1.2

Access to Electricity – Off-Grid Projects Solar, Thermal and Biomass
Session Chair: Nuno Maposse, Coordinator of Information and Marketing Services, Centro de Promoçäo de Investimentos (CPI), Mozambique

10h50 – 11h40

Industrialization opportunities in Mozambique: Using natural gas for diesel production
Gareth Shaw, Business Development Manager, GTL, PetroSA, South Africa

11h20 – 11h50

Energy solutions based on solar power for Mozambique
Eng. Hugo Fonte, Operations Director, Self Energy Moçambique

11h40 – 12h10

Petromoc:  Mozambique’s downstream investment opportunities
Eduardo Magalhaes COO, Petromoc, Mozambique

11h50 – 12h20

Expansion of the Hwange Power Plant
Vijendra Beepath, Managing Director, Energy, Hatch, South Africa

12h10 – 12h45

Building a Greenfield Oil Refinery in Mozambique
Dr Leonardo Simao, Chairman, Oilmoz, Mozambique

BioMass Generation Projects in Mozambique
Federico Vignati, Head of Renewable
Energy and Tourism Programs,
UNWTO/STEP Fund

Session 2.1.3

Actionable Plans for the Next 12 months

14h00 – 14h40

Closing by Conference Chairs

  • Paul Eardley-Taylor, Director, Oil & Gas Coverage, SA & Southern Africa, Standard Bank, South Africa
  • Antonio Luis Macamo, Country Director – South Africa, Centro de Promoçäo de Investimentos (CPI), Mozambique
  • Paul Runge, Managing Director, Africa Project Access