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Oral Presentation Guidelines:

  1. Oral Presentations will be allocated a maximum of ten (10) minutes of presentation.

  2. Presentations should be restricted to seven (7) slides:
  1. The Objective of the study
  2. The Methodology adopted
  3. The Results obtained
  4. Conclusion (academia)
  5. Policy Implication (Government)
  6. Business Opportunity ( Private Sector)
  7. Cover page / Thank you note

 

Poster Presentation Guidelines:

  1. Poster stands are the size A0 portrait. Anything larger than this will not be accommodated for purposes of consistency and uniformity.

  2. Visiting of posters will be during breaks - tea break, Lunch break and after the afternoon sessions.

 

Presentation Submission:

All Oral and Poster Presenters are requested to submit their presentations using the link below no later than 30th April, 2023  at 23:30Hrs.

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EAPCE'23 ORAL PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS

 

THEMATIC AREA: EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 

i.   Licensing Regimes

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Data available for the Tanzania 5th licensing round
Mr. Faustine Matiku The Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA),
  • Revamping of Oil and Gas Exploration in Tanzania for both Onshore and Offshore Blocks - The Upcoming Competitive Licensing Round
Mr. Shigela Malosha Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)
  • Overcoming the cost recovery challenge of production sharing contracts, can the gross split production sharing contract be the solution? a case study of Uganda
Mr. Felix Bob Ocitti Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • What strategies can uganda adopt to promote licensing of its petroleum blocks amidst the energy transition
Mr. Moses Ekunu Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 

ii.  Best Practice Exploration in Sedimentary Basins

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Investigating Melt Generation Beneath the Northern Western Branch of the East African Rift Using 3D Geodynamic Modeling with ASPECT 

Ms Asenath Kwagalakwe
Virginia Tech, USA(PhD Student)
  • Seismic Data Acquisition Using Modern Nodal System.
Mr. Wangese M. Misiwa Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA),
  • Optimisation of low-quality 3D siesmic data acquisition parameters using computational methods for re-acquisition of seismic data in Field X in the Albertine graben-Uganda.
Mr. Emmanuel Mwesigwa Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Pliocene linked shelf – depocenter system, Lake Albertine, Uganda: seismic facies analysis and exploration application.
Dr. Olumuyiwa A. Olawoki (Muyiwa) PEL - Geospectra Partnership
  • Integration of geochemical and geophysical understanding in the Albertine graben
Mr. Lucas Mclean-Hodgson DGR Global

 

iii.  East African Rift Basins

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Catching the next wave in Rifts: Insights into the Petroleum System of Rukwa Rift Basin, Tanzania.
Mr. Tryphone Ndubusa Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority

  • Re-evaluation of field X located in northern lake Albert
basin to refine the structural interpretation.
Ms Calorine Twebaze The Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Biostratigraphy and paleoenvironmental settings of the Eyasi Wembere rift basin based on ostracod studies
Mr. Adam Sajilo Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)
  • Origin of nitrogen-rich natural gas from Kipeto area, Kenya: a geochemical perspective
Dr. Enock Rotich National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • A field study of the Albertine rift basin depositional environments using Modern day analogues, a case of the Kalondo sinistral spit, Ntoroko active spit complex, Kaiso spit and Tonya lagoon.
Mr, Gilbert Mugenyi Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU)
  • Interpretation of Structural Domains beneath Lake Edward- George Basin Southern Uganda from Seismic Data. 
Mr. Derrick Mbenyi Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 

iv.  East African Coastal Basins

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Search for hydrocarbons in Lake Tanganyika in Burundi: current situation
Hon Dr Samuel NDAYIRAGIJE University of Burundi
  • Tanzania’s offshore interest for future gas reserves
Mr. Kelvin Raphael Komba Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)

 

v.  Offshore Exploration Opportunities

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Pemba-Zanzibar sub-basin - East Africa’s underexplored hydrocarbon province 
Mrs Suganda Tewari SLB (previously known as Schlumberger)

 

 

THEMATIC AREA: INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT


 

ii.  Exploring on Exportation and Refining Options for Crude Oil and Refined Petroleum Products

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Adoption of a well naming convention that addresses the challenges of factory drilling for development and production wells: Case study of the upstream oil and gas projects in the Albertine Graben - Uganda
Ms Angela Kampi Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU).
  • New approaches for the award of consent to drill development wells under the batch drilling strategy.: A Case for the Upstream Oil and Gas Projects in the Albertine Graben - Uganda.
Mr. Wilbrod Byamukama Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU).
  • The journey in the development of a greenfield oil refinery in Kabaale, Hoima – Uganda.
Mr. Steven Enach Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU).

 

iii.  Natural Gas and LPG infrastructure development

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Development of Natural Gas Pipeline Projects in East Africa: Opportunities and Challenges
Mr. Godson Chacha Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)
  • Adoption of Liquified Petroleum Gas in Zanzibar: A Case Study of Urban West Region
Eng. Joseph Raphael Mabagala Zanzibar Utilities Regulatory Authority (ZURA)
  • Cost benefit analysis for natural gas utilization in Kenya to cater for increasing electricity demand
Mr. Lemiso Koiyo National oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Commercialization of Kipeto natural gas field through mini gas to wire project and small-scale gas reticulation
Mr. Tony Mugo Ngatia National Oil corporation of Kenya
  • LPG production in Uganda, a game changer in the region’s energy dynamics
Mr. Benjamin Ariho Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 

iv.  Value addition in Oil and Gas developments

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Petroleum Value Addition in Oil and Gas developments in East Africa
Eng. Thobias I. Magige Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)
  • Natural gas flaring alternatives
Mr Luqman Jamaldin Yahya Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Modern geochemical laboratory and core storage facilities at the national oil corporation of Kenya
Ms. Clara Orora National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Crude Oil to Petrochemicals- A Strategy to Diversify EAC Economic Growth
Mr. Iddy Katana Nzaro Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Value addition in oil and gas developments
Mr. Stephen Kipchumba Ronoh Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Value addition of cashew nut shell liquid for offshore oil and gas drilling on health, safety and environment campaign in Tanzania.
Eng. Daniel Charles Rukonu Dar Es Salaam Maritime Institute

 

THEMATIC AREA: INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

i.  Capacity Building and Training programs

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Capacity building and training interventions in the oil and gas sector in Uganda. the case of the petroleum authority of Uganda (PAU)
Mr. John Jerry Sebigaju Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Need for capacity building and training programs in petroleum sector within East Aftrica.
Ms Rose Naliaka Nyongesa Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya

 

ii.  Farm in partnerships and multiclient studies

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Pipeline Integrity Management in Oil and Gas Production Facilities Through Corrosion Prevention and Inspection Strategies: An Experience of Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) Libya 
Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad  Arabian Gulf Oil Company, Libya
  • Integrated interpretation of Sub-Basalt structures in the Magadi Basin: An exploration opportunity in the Kenyan Tertiary Rift 
Mr. Abiud Masinde  National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Best Farm Out (In) Practices as a Key to Success of the Oil and Gas Industry in the EAC
Mr. Boniface Okot Godena Associates. (Tax Associate)

 

iii.  Financing for Petroleum Projects

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Financing options and risk mitigation mechanisms in oil and gas industry projects in East Africa
Mr. Peter Ongori Office of the Attorney General & Department of Justice

 

iv.  Development of LNG, pipelines, refinery, CNG, storage facilities and petrochemical projects in East Africa

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • The Overview of the Tanzania Petroleum Operation: The TLNG Project Development and Its Opportunities for East Africa
Eng. Thobias I. Magige Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)
  • Development of LNG Transport and Storage Facilities in Kenya
Mr. Casper Akhenda Adodi Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • LPG Infrastructure Development
Mr. Kishoyian Erick Saigilu Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya

 

THEMATIC AREA: COMMERCIALISATION

 

i.  Field development and Reservoir Management

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • The Significance of Well Intervention on Gas Producing Fields: Case Study Songo Songo, Tanzania
Mr. Ndau L. Ndau Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA),
  • Managing the Decline Phase in Gas Producing Fields
Mr. Godson Chacha Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)

 

THEMATIC AREA: CROSSCUTTING ISSUES

 

i.  Managing Environmental, Health, Safety, Security and Social Impacts in Oil and Gas Operations

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • The role of natural gas in low carbon energy transition in Tanzania: demonstrating TPDC green credentials.
Ms Anna Maria Simon Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation
  • Environmental Health and Safety Practices in Petrol Stations in Urban West Region, Zanzibar
Eng. Joseph Raphael Mabagala Zanzibar Utilities Regulatory Authority (ZURA)
  • Oil Exploration and Production Waste Management Practices: Review of the Legal & Regulatory Framework in Kenya
Mr. Thomas Githinji Mugo National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Use of landfill gas as a source of CO2 for Enhanced Oil Recovery
Ms Laura Lokitari Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Environmental and Social Challenges and Mitigations in Oil and Gas Projects
Ms Alice Karanja National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Strategies in managing upstream oil and gas greenhouse gases emission: A climate change and public health-oriented approach
Ms Latifa Nyembo Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)
  • Using process safety key performance indicators to predict and manage potential major incidents in oil and gas operations.
Mr. Michael Mugyenzi Murinde Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU)
  • Linkages between Tourism and the Oil and Gas sectors: Mapping of capacity gaps and investment opportunities in the Albertine region of Uganda
Dr. Jim Ayorekire Makerere University
  • Managing Environmental, Health, Safety, Security and Social Impacts in Oil and Gas Operations.
Ms. Joyce W. Kariuki Ministry of Energy and Petroleum Kenya

 

ii.  Local Content

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • The role of capacity building in promoting national participation in the oil and gas

sector in Uganda
Ms. Betty Jackie Namubiru Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Job market and employability for persons with disabilities and special needs in the East African petroleum region
Mr. Louis Baluku ENCL Energy Consults
  • The Role of Local Companies for Value Creation in the Exploitation of the East African Petroleum Resources - A Case of Contractors, Consultants, Suppliers, Financial Institutions, and Insurance Companies in Tanzania.
Eng. Ernest Dora Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation
  • Local Supplier Development Fund, What Can Tanzania and Other East African Countries Learn from Ghana and Nigeria
Mr. Ebeneza Mollel  Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of oil and gas local content policies in Africa
Ms. Carolyne Ngina Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Kenya
  • The Road to Becoming an Independent Upstream Operator: A Case for the Uganda National Oil Company Limited.
Ms Lyoidah Kiconco Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC)
  • The development of local content in the oil and gas industry in Kenya
Mr. John Kariuki Njogu Ministry of Energy & Petroleum-Kenya
  • Effects of local content policies on sustainable local development in the upstream oil and gas industry in Kenya
Mr. Vincent Sayo Ministry of Energy & Petroleum-Kenya

 

iii.  Data Management

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Common causes of poor quality seismic and wells data in oil and gas enterprises
Mr. Herbart Kibuuka Petroleum Authority Uganda
  • Strategic response to changing business environment by East Africa’s National Oil Companies
Ms. Selly Rono National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Energy Data Democratization in a Dynamic Environment 
Mr. Jehoshaphat Kioko National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Use of the Novel Variable Grid Method to Visualize Progressive Uncertainty Reduction in the Exploration of Block 14T, Kenya  
Ms Lucy Obwogo Mwango National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Digital Petroleum – Managing Multidisciplinary Sedimentary Basin Data in the East African Rift System 
Dr Shastri L Nimmagadda Lakshman Curtin University
  • Petroleum Data Management: Regulating Data as a Valuable Resource
Mr. Charles Kamunya Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Data management for oil and gas exploration, a case study of Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation
Mr. Lucas Muhushi Luhaga Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)

 

iv.  Legal, Fiscal and Regulatory Regimes

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • A critical intertemporal analysis of Uganda’s fiscal regime: are Uganda’s upstream projects still viable? 
Mr. Tom Ayebare Rukundo   Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Examining the Legal Frameworks for the Oil and Gas Industry in Zanzibar
Eng. Joseph Raphael Mabagala Zanzibar Utilities Regulatory Authority (ZURA)
  • Cost Recovery Audit: A Government’s Safeguard for its Petroleum Wealth
Ms Juliet Karori Ministry of Energy and Petroleum
  • The Taxation of Contractors and Subcontractors in the Oil and Gas Sector in Uganda
Mr. Festus Akunobera ABMAK Associates, Advocates & Legal Consultants (ABMAK)
  • Examination of the preparedness of East Africa’s legal and regulatory framework for development of oil pipelines and international best practices
Ms. Rachel Chebukati State Law Office in Kenya
  • An analysis of the Uganda’s institutional framework and its sufficiency in managing Petroleum revenues collection
Ms. Betty Ahwera Mining and Petroleum Division at the Uganda Revenue Authority
  • EACOP; East Africa’s opportunity to widen its revenue base
Ms. Esther Acham GODENA ASSOCIATES
  • Taxation of the oil and gas sector in Uganda
Mr. Enock Turatsinze Godena Associates
  • Strategies and attractive fiscal terms for incentivising oil and gas exploration in East African rift systems
Mr. Winston Mugumya Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (PEDPD)

 

v.  Technological Advancement

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • 3D Magnetotelluric for Basin Characterization: A case study of Magadi Basin
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Dr Godfrey Andrew Osukuku National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • PySAFETY Digital Safety solution  
Ms Manja Bogicevic Kagera AI, Sebia
  • The importance of the metaverse and digital twins in the oil and gas sector in Uganda
Mr. Allan Obalim Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • Application of Machine Learning as a Soft Sensor for Predicting Gas Wellhead Pressure: Case Study of Songo Songo Gas Field
Mr. Ng’wigonji John Kidai Arusha Technical College
  • Criticality of Cyber Security in the oil and gas critical infrastructure in Uganda
Mr. Allan Obalim Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 

vi.  Governance in Extractive Sector

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Cost recovery reviews under a production sharing agreement! what governments should look out for
Mr. Henry Luwemba Kasule Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • African Mineral and Energy Resources Classification & Management System (AMREC) as a tool for sustainable resource management in Africa
Mr. Felix Bob Ocitti Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU)
  • Effective Governance in the African Extractive Sector as a critical tool for Africa’s Economic independence; A case for East Africa.
Ms. Racheal Bakazi Uganda Revenue Authority in the Petroleum and Mining Division
  • Petroleum Cost Monitoring Under a Production-Sharing Contract - Early Detection Mechanisms
Ms. Annabel Odera Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya.

 

vii.  Managing Stakeholders Expectations

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Managing stakeholder expectations in the upstream Petroleum Sector a case study of the South Lokichar field in the Tertiary Rift Sedimentary basin.
Ms Faith Kibos State Department for Petroleum
  • Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Better Outcomes
Mr. Didas Muhumuza Petroleum Authority of Uganda
  • The role of stakeholder engagement in achieving lasting value in (in Uganda’s) oil and gas sector
Ms. Gloria Sebikari Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 

viii.  Energy Integration

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Renewable Energy Integration - Decarbonizing Non-Renewable Energy Systems and Managing Carbon Free Economies 
Dr Shastri L Nimmagadda Lakshman  Curtin University(
  • Rift associated unconventional natural gas: from hazard to resource 
Ms Ayan Omar National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Energy Integration – A Holistic Approach for Managing the Energy Ecosystems, their Designs and Strategies in the East African Contexts 
Dr Shastri L Nimmagadda Lakshman Curtin University
  • Hydrogen Economy: the Future Energy Opportunity to Tanzania.
Mr Alex Buko Stephano Petroleum Upstream regulatory Authority (Tanzania)
  • “Just” energy transition: a case for energy security in East Africa
Ms Njoki K. Makau   Ministry of Energy & Petroleum, Kenya
  • A case for energy integration Eastern Africa
Mr. Morris Mwaniki Ministry of Energy and Petroleum in Kenya
  • Energy Transition within the African context
Ms. Kathleen Asena National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Decarbonizing the EACOP; use of renewable energy on the EACOP
Eng. Herbert Magyezi Mugizi Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development
  • Accelerated energy transition, can Africa afford it? a case study of Africa’s top five carbon emitting countries and their implications for phasing out production and use of fossil fuels in Africa 
Mr. Felix Bob Ocitti  Petroleum Authority Uganda
  • State of energy transition in Kenya
Mr. Solomon Kiptui Miningwo Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya

 

ix.  Impacts of Covid-19 on the Petroleum Industry

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Impact of Covid-19 on the Petroleum Industry 
Mr. Fredrick Kirauko Kirimi Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • The impact of Covid-19 on Zura’s regulated utilities in Zanzibar
Mr. Ahmed Abubakar Mzee Zanzibar Utilities Regulatory Authority
  • Impact of Covid 19 on the petroleum industry in East Africa
Mr. Stephen Kipchumba Rono Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya

 

x.  Geopolitical influence on petroleum demand and pricing

 

Abstract title Author Institution
  • Geopolitical influence on petroleum demand and pricing
Mr. Amos Kangogo Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya

 

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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

8TH MAY, 2023

SPEKE RESORT MUNYONYO

 

TOPIC

Sustainable Development of the East African Region’s Oil and Gas Resources: Balancing the environment, social and governance aspects

 

OBJECTIVE

How all actors; Government, Industry, Civil Society, Communities and other sector players work together to enhance sustainable development of the Oil and Gas Resources.

 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

TIME ACTIVITY

07:30 - 08:30

Arrival and Registration

08:30 – 9:00

 Opening Remarks

09:00 – 10:00

 Panel Discussion

 

Sub-topic:
Energy Transition: How the EAC is balancing development of its oil and Gas Resources with the energy transition

Moderator:
EAC Representative

Panelists:
Rep, Min of Energy UG
Rep, Min of Energy Burundi
Rep, Min of Energy TZ
Rep, Min of Energy RW
Rep, Min of Energy KE

10:00 – 11:00

Panel Discussion

 

Sub-topic:
Environment: Key environmental considerations in the design of the oil and gas projects of Uganda: the myths and truths

Moderator:
Dr. Joseph Kobusheshe, PAU

Panelists:
Rep, NEMA
Rep, UWA
Rep, TPDC
Rep, CSO

11:00 – 11:30

HEALTH BREAK

11:30 – 12:30  Panel Discussion
 

Sub-topic:
Land and human Rights: Human Rights Impact Assessment for the Tilenga and Kingfisher Projects; What Next?

Moderator:
TotalEnergies EP Uganda

Panelists:
CNOOC Uganda
EACOP
PAU
CSCO
KENYA

12:30 – 13:30

Panel Discussion

 

Sub-topic:
Environment Social Governance (ESG): An assessment of the ESG safeguards in the oil and gas sector

Moderator:
ABSA, Uganda

Panelists:
UCMP
Rep Norwegian Embassy
Stanbic Bank
UNOC
Rwanda CSO

13:30 – 14:30

 LUNCH BREAK

14:30 15:30

 Panel Discussion

 

Sub-topic:
Collaborative Framework: Working together to achieve sustainable development

Moderator:
ED, NGO Board Uganda

Panelists:
Republic of Uganda
Republic of Burundi
United Republic of Tanzania
Republic of Kenya

15:30- 17:30

Oral Presentations

 

  Sub-topic:
Capacity Building and training programs

Mr. John Jerry Sebigaju
Capacity building and training interventions in the oil and gas sector in Uganda. the case of the petroleum authority of Uganda (PAU)


Ms Rose Naliaka Nyongesa
Need for capacity building and training programs in petroleum sector within East Africa

 

Sub-topic:
Farm in partnerships and multiclient studies

Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad
Pipeline Integrity Management in Oil and Gas Production Facilities Through Corrosion Prevention and Inspection Strategies: An Experience of Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) Libya


Mr. Abiud Masinde
Integrated interpretation of Sub-Basalt structures in the Magadi Basin: An exploration opportunity in the Kenyan Tertiary Rift

Mr. Boniface Okot
Best Farm Out (In) Practices as a Key to Success of the Oil and Gas Industry in the EAC

 

Sub-topic:
Financing for petroleum projects

Mr. Peter Ongori
Financing options and risk mitigation mechanisms in oil and gas industry projects in East Africa

 

17:00 – 20:00

ICE BREAKER EVENT: SPEKE RESORT MUNYONYO

 

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