“Gas Industry requires structural reforms” – Galp CEO

Carlos Gomes da Silva

(2015-05-26) Carlos Gomes da Silva advocates the need for strong institutions, predictable taxes and curricular changes in Education, in order for Mozambique to accommodate the most appropriate strategy for the demands of the gas industry in Mozambique.

There are market aspects and with a global range which grant Mozambique a privileged position in exploiting the advantages of the energy potential in the future. Such advantages lead the President of the Executive Committee of Galp Energia, Carlos Gomes da Silva, to predict that the country will have the opportunity to provide better living conditions to the population.

In the last session of Forum MOZEFO, in the panel that discussed “How to promote national participation in mega-projects targeting the energy sector comptetitiveness,” Carlos Gomes da Silva presented data showing that gas will represent up to 25% of the main forms of energy currently in use worldwide.

According to the CEO of Galp, citing data from the International Energy Agency, the use of gas will increase 1.5% annually, leading to greater markets for the producing countries, Mozambique included, meaning that “gas takes a strategic position for the development of Mozambique and the region.”

Source: O País
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