Johannesburg, 20 February 2018

The INDABA Energy Leaders’ Dialogue (IELD) is a yearly event hosted by the World Energy Council during the Africa Energy Indaba.

The Indaba Energy Leaders’ Dialogue will provide an opportunity for Ministers and CEOs to meet in an informal and off-the-record setting to exchange views and experiences on critical and emerging issues facing the energy industry today and in the future. The agenda will build upon insights gained from the World Energy Council’s on-going programme work and from priorities and developments affecting the global energy sector with particular relevance for the African continent.

The importance of innovation and collaboration for the grand energy transition cannot be overstated. Countries in Africa are building and improving their national infrastructures, electrifying rural communities, and embracing new technologies to provide cleaner, sustainable, and more efficient energy to a growing population. The IELD will explore the latest issues impacting the energy industry across Africa and will convene energy professionals from Africa and from companies and insitutions with an interest in the African continent to drive and shape the African energy dialogue. Our goal is to identify opportunities and create synergies for collaboration.

Venue: Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

For more details, please contact the World Energy Council Global Agenda Team.

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Indaba Energy Leaders’ Dialogue Programme

Tuesday, 20th February 2018

10:00-11:00 – Registration

11:00-12:30 – Session 1

12:30-13.30 – IELD Lunch

13:45-15:15 – Session 2

15:15-15:30 – Networking / Refreshment Break

15:30-17:00 – Session 3

17:00-19:00 – Africa Energy INDABA Cocktail


For more details, please contact the World Energy Council Global Agenda Team.

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Africa Energy Indaba 2018

The Africa Energy Indaba Conference is the definitive energy conference for Africa providing an annual programme that shapes energy policy for the African continent. Key issues that impact the African Energy Sector will be discussed and debated at the event, based on the outcomes of the 2018 Africa Energy Ministerial Roundtable. Delegates, drawn from all continents, represent an unrivalled combination of industry experts, project developers, financiers, energy users, government officials and manufacturers.

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