Briefs
2018.02
Date: February 2018

East Africa Shared Gas Initiative


Authors:

Maxime Schenckery (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center KAPSARC); Rami Shabaneh (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center KAPSARC); Kang Wu (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center KAPSARC); Anne-Sophie Corbeau (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center KAPSARC);Tim Boersma (Columbia University SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy CGEP); Tatiana Mitrova (Columbia University SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy CGEP); Simone Tagliapietra (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei); Giovanni Occhiali (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei); Manfred Hafner (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei)


Abstract

The Eastern Africa Shared Gas Infrastructure Initiative is a joint research project by FEEM, KAPSARC and CGEP. In September 2017, FEEM, KAPSARC and CGEP convened a workshop focusing on East Africa’s demand potential for natural gas. The workshop was structured in three sessions: 1. Role of gas in East Africa; 2. Strategies for gas demand development; 3. Developing regional transport infrastructure. The event was attended by more than 35 international experts from the academic, think tank, public and private sector. This Workshop Brief summarizes the discussions and presentations.

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