Tetracore to regionalise gas expertise as it readies Ghana’s first virtual gas pipeline solution


Tetracore Energy Group, a prominent player in Africa’s energy sector, is partnering with the Africa Prosperity Dialogues 2024 (APD 2024) in Ghana ahead of its opening of the country’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) mother station in the West African country later this year.

The Nigerian company will be gold sponsor of the 3-day annual summit organised by the Africa Prosperity Network (APN), under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. It will shape a critical dialogue on the type of inclusive strategies that can deliver prosperity in Africa by promoting regional and continental integration, prioritizing marginalized populations, women, and youth, and providing a platform for sharing best practices and innovative solutions that can be scaled up across the continent.

The APD 2024 will be held at the Peduase Presidential Lodge, Aburi Hills, Ghana, from January 25 to January 27, 2024. The event themed ‘Delivering Prosperity in Africa – Produce, Add Value, Trade,’ is designed to facilitate a comprehensive dialogue among key stakeholders from government, business, civil society, and academia and unlock additional regional cooperation.

Expressing the significance of Tetracore’s strategic collaboration with Africa Prosperity Network, the Program Executive, Tetracore Energy Group, Oladayo Williams stated “our sponsorship of the Africa Prosperity Dialogues 2024 underscores our commitment to fostering sustainable development and energy security across the continent. We believe in the transformative power of collaborative dialogues, and the APD provides a unique opportunity to engage with thought leaders and shape the trajectory of Africa’s prosperity with the overarching goal of contributing to economic growth and prosperity in Africa, aligning with the AU Agenda 2063.”

Later this year, Tetracore Energy Group will commission Ghana’s first virtual gas pipeline network and first CNG mother station. In doing so, it will bring its expertise of developing gas-to-industry and gas distribution networks in Nigeria to the rest of the region, with a focus on supporting African industries with cheap, affordable and sustainable energy solutions.

Aligned with Tetracore in this strategic partnership, the Chairman and Founder, Africa Prosperity Network (APN), Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, emphasized “Africa needs a paradigm shift and this transformation hinges on dedicated leadership, strategic investments in vital sectors, one single African Market, innovations, and a steadfast commitment to fostering trade and investment to unlocking the continent’s immense potential on the global stage. This is the second edition of the Africa Prosperity Dialogue, so when we have these meetings where political and business leaders meet, we think, plan and work together on how we can accelerate, deepen and expand the implementation of the single market project and present this to the assembly of heads of states and governments for the African Union to adopt.”

Tetracore’s sponsorship reflects the company’s dedication to corporate responsibility, and sustainability, and its role as a catalyst for positive change, alongside other strategic partners for ADP 2024 including the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Africa, African Development Bank (AfDB), African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), United Nations Economic Forum for Africa (UNECA), Africa Business Council (AfBC), Africa America Institute (AAI), Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), Africa Soft Power, and Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).

To register for the Africa Prosperity Dialogues 2024 (APD 2024), visit www.africaprosperitynetwork.com for more information.

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