Mohamed Badissy

Mohamed Badissy

Senior Attorney for Energy & Finance, Commercial Law Development Program US Dept. of Commerce

Mr. Mohamed Rali Badissy serves as the Senior Attorney for Energy and Finance with the Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) of the U.S. Department of Commerce. In that role, Mr. Badissy leads a team of lawyers and specialists that advise governments in emerging markets on commercial law reforms intended to catalyze economic activity through increased energy production and greater access to power. Mr. Badissy directs CLDP’s legislative and regulatory advisory services to governments in Central America, South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Eastern Europe and South Asia. Mr. Badissy is also the principal editor for a series of open-source guidebooks for governments titled Understanding Power Purchase Agreements, Understanding Power Project Financing, and Understanding Power Project Procurement. Prior to joining the U.S. Government, Mr. Badissy practiced with the public international law group at Latham & Watkins LLP in New York and Dubai.
 

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Thursday 08/11/2018

From 15:00 To 15:40

11/08/2018 15:00 11/08/2018 15:40 Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? African and many non-African governments are looking to gas to reduce the continent’s energy deficit. Immense proven natural gas reserves exist in many African countries, 90% of which remain undeveloped, provide an obvious resource to boost power supply and industrialization across the continent.
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? "

Haran Sivam Jabulani Sithole Mohamed Badissy Nosizwe Dlengezelemotsitsi

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 15:00 To 15:40

11/08/2018 15:00 11/08/2018 15:40 Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? African and many non-African governments are looking to gas to reduce the continent’s energy deficit. Immense proven natural gas reserves exist in many African countries, 90% of which remain undeveloped, provide an obvious resource to boost power supply and industrialization across the continent.
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? "

Haran Sivam Jabulani Sithole Mohamed Badissy Nosizwe Dlengezelemotsitsi
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 15:00 To 15:40

11/08/2018 15:00 11/08/2018 15:40 Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? African and many non-African governments are looking to gas to reduce the continent’s energy deficit. Immense proven natural gas reserves exist in many African countries, 90% of which remain undeveloped, provide an obvious resource to boost power supply and industrialization across the continent.
 
CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 15:00 To 15:40

11/08/2018 15:00 11/08/2018 15:40 Gas to Power: How Much of Africa’s Electricity Deficit Can Gas Cure? African and many non-African governments are looking to gas to reduce the continent’s energy deficit. Immense proven natural gas reserves exist in many African countries, 90% of which remain undeveloped, provide an obvious resource to boost power supply and industrialization across the continent.
 
CTICC
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CTICC

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