Nigerian capacity set to increase amid conflicting signs for a troubled industry

New World Bank support and some improvements in performance underpin government claims that Abuja can turn around Nigeria’s dysfunctional electricity supply industry, but with gencos going to court to obtain full payments of their bills, the outlook remains difficult – even though the project pipeline recorded by African Energy Live Data offers some reasons for guarded optimism.

Read the full analysis from African Energy Live Data.

Key stakeholders will provide insight about Nigeria’s gas supply and GTP projects as part of the fourth annual Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting in London on 11-12 April. These include:
Dafe Akpeneye, Commissioner, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Sam Aiboni, Legal Advisor, Gas Aggregation Company Nigeria
Chiedu Ugbo, MD and CEO, Niger Delta Power Holding Company
Babayo Shehu, Executive Director, Niger Delta Power Holding Company
Ezekiel Adesina, Executive Secretary, Africa Energy Study Group
Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, Co-founder and Executive Director, Falcon Corporation
Adrian Mucalov, Partner: Infrastructure, Actis
Crispin Holliday, Commercial Director, Aldwych International
Olusola Lawson, Regional Director, West Africa, AIIM
Dave Peacock, Director, Azura Power Holdings
Dikko Atanu, CEO, Neoleum Energy
Vincas Snipas, Managing Director, Whitehall & Company