Omar Mithá

Omar Mithá

CEO ENH - Mozambique

Mr Omar Mitha is a Mozambican national and holds a degree in Economics (1992) and post-graduate course in management. At an early age, he started his career as a teacher at the Commercial Institute (Accounting School) in 1987.
 
In 1990, prior to completing his studies, he joined The Local Industry Institute (IDIL, Ministry of Industry and Trade) as a junior economist dealing with feasibility studies to assist SME´s tap a pool of funds at the one-time state owned bank (Banco Comercial de Moçambique). In 1993, Mr Mitha joined a consulting firm, Proinvest, which also encompassed a portfolio of businesses, like, an Exchange House, Consulting, and Agro-Industry. re Mitha was promoted to the positon of General Manager in 1995. In 1997, Mr Mitha joined Ernst & Young as a Consultant in charge of companies valuations for the purpose of privatization at a time when the state was downsizing its stakes across several sectors. After Ernst & Young, his career went into the investment bank, with the opening of the first Merchant Bank, BIM-Investimento, and was in charge of Mergers and Acquisitions, Project Finance and IPO´s, including risk analysis for big-ticket transactions (Deputy Manager). This involved Valuation, and financial modeling, including the entire process from the Data Room to financial closure.
 
In 2000 Mr Mitha was a consultant to the World Bank, within the Enterprise Development Project, on behalf of International Development Ireland (IDI), as the Competitiveness Office Manager with focus on SME´s in the industrial sector is intended to enhance the company´s capabilities country-wide. In 2006 Mr Mitha joined the World Bank, as an investment officer for the IFC office in Mozambique.
 
From 2008 and 2014, Mr Mitha was Millennium Bim´s Chief Economist and Investment Banking Manager (Research, M&A, Project Finance and Credit). The bank consolidated its position as number one in Mozambique both by asset value and market share. In 2015, Mr Mitha was appointed as Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade. In August 2015, Mr Mitha was appointed ENH chairman.
 

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Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
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"Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa"

Alexander Mollinger Andrew Kamau Luca Bertelli Olivier Belalahy Omar Mithá
Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
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