Kevin Dadzie

Kevin Dadzie

MD & Group Head of Country, Ghana BP

Kevin Dadzie is the Head of Country for BP in Ghana. He Heads BP’s Supply & Trading business in the country which delivers crude and distillate fuels to BP’s customers. He also represents the commercial activities of the wider group and leads the business developments efforts for both upstream and downstream in Ghana. As part of BP’s West Africa team he also supports marketing and origination in the West African region.

Prior to joining BP, Kevin spent thirteen years working in the petroleum downstream, midstream and upstream sectors in Ghana and WAF. As the Executive Director of CH Group, he was responsible for driving expansion and growth in the oil, gas and power space, and was also responsible for building the group’s international business.   

He has a wealth of experience in the Oil, Gas & Power sectors of the industry with a deep understanding of the African markets he supports.
 

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Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/05/2019 09:40 11/05/2019 10:30 Global Supply & Demand Debate Wood Mackenzie forecasts world liquids demand will rise 10 million b/d between now and 2035. Our panel examines the factors behind the continued growth in oil demand leading to 2035 despite the increasing sale of electric vehicles and the push for greater fuel efficiency. Key sources of oil demand growth include passenger vehicles, aviation and commercial trucking. The impact of strong growth in petrochemicals on liquids demand will also be discussed by our panellists. Finally, will China’s role as the largest contributor to future oil demand growth be sustained? Main Stage

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"Global Supply & Demand Debate"

Francesco Verre James Josling Kevin Dadzie Qian Xingkun
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/05/2019 09:40 11/05/2019 10:30 Global Supply & Demand Debate Wood Mackenzie forecasts world liquids demand will rise 10 million b/d between now and 2035. Our panel examines the factors behind the continued growth in oil demand leading to 2035 despite the increasing sale of electric vehicles and the push for greater fuel efficiency. Key sources of oil demand growth include passenger vehicles, aviation and commercial trucking. The impact of strong growth in petrochemicals on liquids demand will also be discussed by our panellists. Finally, will China’s role as the largest contributor to future oil demand growth be sustained? Main Stage
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