Mohsin Seedat

Mohsin Seedat

Interim COO iGas

Mohsin Seedat is a registered Professional Engineer with 18 years’ experience in the energy industry. 

Until 2011, he was the Executive Manager responsible for the development of Nuclear, Gas and Renewable energy projects at Eskom. In this role, he led the development of the business cases for Eskom’s Ankerlig and Gourikwa open cycle gas turbine plants and the feasibility study on the Coega LNG fuelled CCGT project. He also led the teams that developed the investment cases for Eskom’s Nuclear-1 and 100MW Sere wind farm projects.

Mohsin thereafter spent 6 years in management consulting where he advised government and private sector clients on local and regional gas and power mega projects.

He joined the CEF group in 2016 and has assumed the role of Interim Chief Operating Officer for the South African Gas Development Company SOC (Ltd) commonly referred to as iGas which has a 25% ownership of the ROMPCO pipeline from Temane in Mozambique to Secunda in South Africa. His focus is on ensuring iGas deliver on its mandate to develop of bulk gas infrastructure (eg. LNG terminals and gas pipelines) in Southern Africa and thereby grow the regional gas economy.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC

CTICC

"The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity"

Ben K. Asante Giles Farrer Jay Bhattacherjee Mohsin Seedat

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC

CTICC

"The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity"

Ben K. Asante Giles Farrer Jay Bhattacherjee Mohsin Seedat
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers