What do you see as the key challenges facing the industry in the region over the coming 5-10 years and how is your company positioned to overcome these challenges?
Mozambique will go through a steep development curve over the next decade and it will be both a challenge and opportunity for our industry to support the Government of Mozambique on this journey. Shell has a long history of partnering with governments and has a lot of experience to share in this regard.
Where do you see the opportunities for growth within the industry in the next 5 years, how are you positioned to support this?
Shell sees great potential for regional and domestic demand growth, something which Shell is uniquely suited to support through our proposed Afungi Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) and power project.
Tell us about the session you are speaking on and why you chose that topic at the Mozambique Assembly?
I will be speaking on the panel that discusses the current status of projects. In doing so, I want to highlight how our proposed Afungi GTL and Power project can be an anchor for the development of the domestic gas industry in Mozambique, in parallel with the LNG projects.
What is the best career advice you have ever received?
Only take on jobs that give you energy, passion and motivation, not the ones that are just meant to be smart career moves
If you could have a luncheon with any three people (real of fictitious/ from any time period, dead or alive), which three people would you choose and why?
Too many to list, but I would always choose a mix of people from different eras, different continents and different areas of achievement. Imagine all the fascinating combinations!