‘Billions At Play’ prescribes solutions for Africa’s energy sector

Following the release of his second book, ‘Billions At Play: The Future of African Energy and Making Deals,’ Head, Centurion Law Group and Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber, NJ Ayuk, now takes into account new market realities in a post-COVID-19 era.

According to a statement, the oil and gas dealmaker in the book offered pragmatic solutions to the historic challenges the industry faced throughout 2020.

He detailed how a recovery can rely on better gas monetisation, wider energy cooperation, stronger capacity building, and a more sustainable development of African natural resources.

“The edition features a new chapter dedicated to the impact of the CCOVID-19 pandemic on African oil markets,” the statement said.

It noted further, “Billions At Play became number one on Amazon in several categories only a few days after its initial release in 2019, making it one of Africa’s best-sellers.

“The book’s critical solutions to key issues such as investment deals negotiations, electricity shortage or technology have earned it the support and praise of several leading industry executives from North America, Europe and Africa.

“At a time when the continent tries to position itself within the global energy transition debate, this second edition will be offering a comprehensive roadmap for Africa to do a better job at using its vast natural resources to fuel economic growth and improve the lives of hundreds of millions of Africans.”

Ehime Alex
Ehime Alex
Ehime Alex reports the Capital Market, Energy, and ICT. He is a skilled webmaster and digital media enthusiast.

Get in Touch


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles