Kishan Pillay

Kishan Pillay

Director - Upstream and Midstream Oil & Gas Department of Trade & Industry South Africa

Mr Kishan Pillay is the Director: Oil & Gas at the Department of Trade & Industry (the dti). He leads the development of the dti’s industrial strategy with respect to regional downstream gas industrialisation, local & regional content and supplier development as well as overseeing the development and execution of the dti’s hydrogen fuel cell and energy storage industrial strategies. He represents the dti on the Boards of the South African Oil & Gas Alliance (SAOGA) as well The South African Gas Development Company (IGAS) and holds a Masters in Economics from the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS).

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Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:30 To 13:15

11/05/2019 12:30 11/05/2019 13:15 Regulations, Fiscal Policy, and Good Governance This session gives deep insight into:
  • An overview of South Africa’s proposed new petroleum legislation
  • The importance of promoting regulatory certainty: how will South Africa develop commercial offshore finds such as Brulpadda
  • What best policy and governance can be used to ensure countries generate receipts to advance their socio-economic development & global private sector participation
National Showcase Theatre

National Showcase Theatre

"Regulations, Fiscal Policy, and Good Governance"

Kishan Pillay Peter Leon Tebogo Motloung
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:30 To 13:15

11/05/2019 12:30 11/05/2019 13:15 Regulations, Fiscal Policy, and Good Governance This session gives deep insight into:
  • An overview of South Africa’s proposed new petroleum legislation
  • The importance of promoting regulatory certainty: how will South Africa develop commercial offshore finds such as Brulpadda
  • What best policy and governance can be used to ensure countries generate receipts to advance their socio-economic development & global private sector participation
National Showcase Theatre
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National Showcase Theatre

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