SANEA DIALOGUE – STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES ON ENERGY RISK
Kiren Maharaj, Chairperson and Wendy Poulton, Secretary General of SANEA
invite you to attend the breakfast and to contribute to the dialogue
on energy risk in South Africa.
DATE: Tuesday, 26 March 2019, 07h00 until 09h30
VENUE: EVENT SPONSOR:
Accenture Waterfall Corporate Campus, Building 3,
74 Waterfall Drive, Waterfall City, Midrand, Johannesburg 1685
TIME: Starting at 7:00 for 7:30 until 9:30
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The South African National Energy Association (SANEA), a member of the World Energy Council has embarked on a process to unpack the energy risks facing South Africa at a country and industry level, culminating in the publication of SANEA’s Second Energy Risk Report for South Africa.
A set of top 20 risks was prioritised by SANEA members from an initial list of 50 energy risks. A group of energy experts then used this top 20 list of risks to prioritise the top 5 risks for impact and likelihood at both a country and an industry level. They then identified the overall top risks for the country for 2019 (9 risks). The energy risk environment in South Africa remains one of high uncertainty and change. The major outcomes in 2019 were the lack of investment in and breakdown of infrastructure, energytransition readiness and price volatility and uncertainty.
SANEA and its partnering sponsors of the report will be hosting an EXECUTIVE BREAKFAST ENCOUNTER ON 26 MARCH 2019 where a panel of senior industry C Suite Leaders will deliberate their "Strategic Perspectives on Energy Risk" with focus on the unfolding of energy risks in the evolution of the energy industry.
SANEA invites you to attend this breakfast and to contribute to the dialogue on energy risk in South Africa.
The event is structured to encourage and build on strong audience participation. Panellists and participants will be invited to engage, debate and share insights and ideas on the risks highlighted in the Energy Risk Report and start to identify what other risks are facing the energy sector going forward. The deliberations from this event will contribute towards the Energy Risk Report 2020.