Technip Energies, a global technology player, participates in African Energy Week to lead the dialogue on energy transition and gas monetization



Technip Energies, a global technology player, participates in African Energy Week to lead the dialogue on energy transition and gas monetization

They can help our continent move faster towards low carbon LNG production and Africans and investors alike will benefit every day.

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 13, 2021 / APO Group / –

A strong delegation of business leaders from the world’s leading engineering and technology company, Technip Energies, are traveling to Africa Energy Week (AEW) 2021 in Cape Town to both contribute and lead the debate on Africa’s energy transition. As a highly experienced technology player, Technip Energies has focused on combining engineering and construction capabilities with technological know-how, and will visit Cape Town from November 9 to 12 to promote value solutions. added, gas monetization strategies and the role that liquefied natural gas (LNG) will continue to play in Africa’s energy and development future.

With the vision of accelerating the energy transition for a better future, Technip Energies has succeeded in positioning itself as a leading player in the natural gas sector in Africa. The company is at the cutting edge of technology and applies its engineering expertise to innovative technologies to develop successful projects. Focused on the world’s largest and most innovative energy challenges, Technip is committed to building a better future in Africa, by helping countries and oil and gas companies take advantage of the continent’s significant natural resources for economic growth. sustainable.

In Cape Town, the delegation – which includes Jeremie Esquire, Director of Technology and Consulting for Gas Processing and Fertilizers; Julien Larour, Country Director – Mozambique and Head of Business Development for East Africa; and Franck Pliya, National Director of Senegal and Vice President of Business Development for West and Central Africa, will lead the discussion on Africa’s energy transition, highlighting the role that the project’s technology will play in decarbonization process, improving operational efficiency and positioning African energy developments as both globally competitive and attractive for investment.

Regarding the natural gas sector in Africa, Technip Energies firmly believes in the role that gas will play in accelerating the continent’s energy transition. Recognizing LNG as an essential transitional fuel, the company is committed to helping gas-rich countries fully exploit their resources, using gas and other clean energy solutions as a tool for sustainable economic growth. Technip Energies can design and build several types of LNG plants, including large and small scale, on- and off-shore, and in central and remote locations, and is actively seeking partners and opportunities in Africa to expand its operations while driving the transition to cleaner fuel sources.

In particular, the company is increasing its penetration in African markets, expanding its operations and sharing its expertise with African players. Technip Energies is currently present in 34 countries around the world, with 450 projects underway. In Africa, the company is active in Egypt, as well as in Senegal and Mozambique, the two largest LNG players in Africa. Committed to developing in other emerging natural gas and clean energy markets, Technip Energies will be a valuable partner for governments, oil and gas companies and energy players, particularly in the search for solutions innovations for the energy transition and will highlight it in Cape Town in November.

“Technip Energies represents one of the world’s leading innovators in the energy sector, and by coming to AEW 2021 in Cape Town, the company reaffirmed its commitment to African energy and development. Technip Energies is not only a major contributor to the growth of the African energy sector, driving the development of small and large scale projects across the continent, but is a notable facilitator of Africa’s energy transition, local content , using cutting-edge technologies to expand clean energy developments and decarbonize existing projects. In Cape Town, Technip Energies will not only engage with multiple stakeholders from across the continent, but will share innovative solutions, gas monetization strategies and technological know-how. They can help our continent move faster towards low carbon LNG production and every day Africans and investors will benefit, ”said NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber (AEC).

AEW 2021, in partnership with the South African Department of Mineral Resources and Energy DMRE, is the AEC’s annual conference, exhibition and networking event. AEW 2021 brings together African energy players with international investors and partners to drive industry growth and development and promote Africa as a destination for energy investments.

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