Both its electronic and hard-copy editions will be distributed to our new African mailing, which has e-mail and postal addresses that are fruit of the work we’ve done these last years and of a special tour planned to kick off this initiative. The first issue will also be a supplement of Asian NGV Communications November edition.
The timing and the place are right. Africa opens the door to NGV and looks forward to reaching every corner of the continent:
• Many countries from the North and the East possess abundant gas reserves. In Mozambique, Cabo Delgado, a new deposit was recently discovered.
• Africa has over 130,000 NGVs and 130 fuelling stations.
• Egypt is leader in the region and keeps on increasing its fleet and adding infrastructure.
• Governments, associations, transmission companies and public and private fleets aim at reducing oil import and saving money. In this scenario, NGV is the best choice.
• The Oil Institute, the Energy Ministry, several bodies and conversion workshops are keen to see more vehicles converted in Tanzania.
• Associations were formed among the largest Nigeria oil company and foreign firms in order to develop NGV industry in the country.
• On the other hand, Algeria and Tunisia also have NGVs. Rwanda and Ghana show interest in the market too.
The African mailing is made up by 505 e-mail addresses and 324 postal addresses, coming from 20 countries: Tanzania, Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Rwanda and Comoros.
We invite to take part –from the very beginning- in a young market where everything is still to be done.
Deadline: October 8