The first book of the African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) (“Chamber”) titled African Energy Road to Recovery: How the African Energy Industry Can Reshape Itself for a Post-Covid-19 Comeback (“Road to Recovery ”) is now available for pre-order at all major online retailers.
Drawing on the expertise of its advisory board members, the Road to Recovery book addresses the unprecedented challenges of 2020 that have had significant impacts on the African energy industry and provides viable solutions on how the sector can do in the face of these extraordinary challenges.
Despite the temporary halt of drilling and other non-essential activities due to COVID-19, Africa continues to hold resource-rich basins with billions of proven untapped oil and gas reserves, along with oil and gas campaigns. exploration which is expected to resume this year and exploration “hot spots” emerging in the southern, eastern and western regions with this, the House now finds an opportune time to provide a first-hand guideline for work towards the next normal.
“From the start, the global pandemic and low oil prices exacerbated market conditions and in turn encouraged many players in the energy sector to rethink and revise their strategy,” said NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber. “By engaging with the members of our Advisory Board who are also influential and active players in the global energy sector, we want this offering to illuminate what is happening on the ground, its impact on local development and share key steps on how African energy markets can position themselves on the path to recovery, ”he added.
The book is now available for pre-order in hardcover and ebook on Barnes & Noble (https://bit.ly/3uKFfMc), Amazon (https://amzn.to/3b4cfr1), Itunes (https: // apple . co / 3dV8mXp), Google Play (https://bit.ly/2ZYtqnt) and many more.
The Chamber will host a virtual book launch event on March 16, 2021, please email Mandisa Nduli, African Energy Chamber Marketing and Communications Director at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more details , official invitation or book media interviews.
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