On Tuesday (October 3), at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC), Uganda’s Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Dr Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu, spearheaded vibrant dialogues and notable partnerships.
Hon. Nankabirwa, an energetic player in the global energy scene, adeptly navigated through business engagements and media interactions. Her vibrant presence, complemented by other distinguished speakers, enriched the conversations at ADIPEC, resonating with the broader global energy narrative.
Serving also as the patron of Women in Energy—a platform fostering female empowerment in the energy and petroleum sectors—Hon. Nankabirwa engaged in insightful panel discussions and granted interviews to international media outlets.
A highlight was her participation in a compelling panel on Energy and Geopolitics in the emerging world order, moderated by CNN’s Becky Anderson, where she exchanged views with eminent global energy figures.
Later, alongside Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC) CEO, Ms Proscovia Nabbajja, Hon. Nankabirwa had a series of engaging interviews with the BBC, Energy Voice, CNBC, and CGTN Global, illuminating Uganda’s strides in energy initiatives.
ADIPEC is one of the world’s largest and most influential events for the oil and gas industry. Industry professionals, including governmental officials, oil and gas executives, and technical experts gather at ADIPEC to network, share ideas, exhibit services and products, and discuss the latest innovations and trends in the energy sector. The conference provides a platform for attendees to learn about new technologies, business strategies, and policy developments, making it a significant event in the global energy calendar.