Egbert Isaac Faibille

Egbert Isaac Faibille

Petroleum Commissioner Ghana Petroleum Commission

EGBERT FAIBILLE JNR was appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission in August, 2017. 
 
A lawyer by profession, having been called to the Ghana Bar in October, 2004, Mr. Faibille Jnr was prior to his appointment, the Managing Partner at Faibille & Faibille, a law firm in Accra.
 
He brings to his role a clear understanding of the role of the Petroleum Commission as the regulator of Ghana’s upstream sector. Mr. Faibille Jnr was the Ghana Country Communications Representative of the West African Gas Pipleline Project (WAGP), when the Project was at its definitional phase. He was seconded to WAGP from his role as a Public Affairs Officer at the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC). He was also at one time the Corporate & Regulatory Affairs Manager of British American Tobacco (Ghana).
 
Mr. Faibille Jnr also has extensive media and communications practice, having been Managing Editor of The Independent and also Managing Editor/Publisher of The Ghanaian Observer newspapers respectively.
 
He is a member of the Board of the Petroleum Commissions and chairs the Local Content Committee
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/06/2018 10:30 11/06/2018 11:00 Republic of Ghana CTICC

CTICC

"Republic of Ghana"

Egbert Isaac Faibille

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/06/2018 10:30 11/06/2018 11:00 Republic of Ghana CTICC

CTICC

"Republic of Ghana"

Egbert Isaac Faibille

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 15:00 To 15:45

11/05/2019 15:00 11/05/2019 15:45 Moving the Needle on African Fiscal Systems & Good Governance As international operators highlight contractual, fiscal and regulatory stability as the key for Africa remaining competitive in the global market, our panel looks at how governments can move the needle on good governance and transparent fiscal landscapes to attract foreign investment. Topics to be discussed include:
 
  • Continental best practice: Lessons learned
  • Finding the balance between financial incentives and government control
  • Transparency & anti-corruption: Progress report from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Main Stage

Main Stage

"Moving the Needle on African Fiscal Systems & Good Governance"

Carlos Zacarias Egbert Isaac Faibille Remy Lerner Roger Brown

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:00

11/07/2018 16:20 11/07/2018 17:00 The Future of African Exploration and Production: Creating future business models, enabling environments and policy reform to take projects to FID and onstream

As the price of oil rebounds, multinational corporations turn back to Africa for new opportunities. This session explores how operators and service companies can prepare for the development of new business in fast growth emerging market economies.

In this compelling session, governments and private sector specialists explore how Africa can become a risk-adjusted investment destination, where contractual sanctity drives investor confidence.
Our panelists will debate:
•    The role of strong governance and leadership to pass attractive fiscal policy to facilitate international business
• Arbitration
• The national context for more efficient best practice
• Tax environment and planning for success
• Legislation and regulation
CTICC

CTICC

"The Future of African Exploration and Production: "

Egbert Isaac Faibille Kent Logsdon Mostafa El Shazly Nikki Martin

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:00

11/07/2018 16:20 11/07/2018 17:00 The Future of African Exploration and Production: Creating future business models, enabling environments and policy reform to take projects to FID and onstream

As the price of oil rebounds, multinational corporations turn back to Africa for new opportunities. This session explores how operators and service companies can prepare for the development of new business in fast growth emerging market economies.

In this compelling session, governments and private sector specialists explore how Africa can become a risk-adjusted investment destination, where contractual sanctity drives investor confidence.
Our panelists will debate:
•    The role of strong governance and leadership to pass attractive fiscal policy to facilitate international business
• Arbitration
• The national context for more efficient best practice
• Tax environment and planning for success
• Legislation and regulation
CTICC

CTICC

"The Future of African Exploration and Production: "

Egbert Isaac Faibille Kent Logsdon Mostafa El Shazly Nikki Martin
Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/06/2018 10:30 11/06/2018 11:00 Republic of Ghana CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/06/2018 10:30 11/06/2018 11:00 Republic of Ghana CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 15:00 To 15:45

11/05/2019 15:00 11/05/2019 15:45 Moving the Needle on African Fiscal Systems & Good Governance As international operators highlight contractual, fiscal and regulatory stability as the key for Africa remaining competitive in the global market, our panel looks at how governments can move the needle on good governance and transparent fiscal landscapes to attract foreign investment. Topics to be discussed include:
 
  • Continental best practice: Lessons learned
  • Finding the balance between financial incentives and government control
  • Transparency & anti-corruption: Progress report from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Main Stage
Venue

Main Stage

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:00

11/07/2018 16:20 11/07/2018 17:00 The Future of African Exploration and Production: Creating future business models, enabling environments and policy reform to take projects to FID and onstream

As the price of oil rebounds, multinational corporations turn back to Africa for new opportunities. This session explores how operators and service companies can prepare for the development of new business in fast growth emerging market economies.

In this compelling session, governments and private sector specialists explore how Africa can become a risk-adjusted investment destination, where contractual sanctity drives investor confidence.
Our panelists will debate:
•    The role of strong governance and leadership to pass attractive fiscal policy to facilitate international business
• Arbitration
• The national context for more efficient best practice
• Tax environment and planning for success
• Legislation and regulation
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:00

11/07/2018 16:20 11/07/2018 17:00 The Future of African Exploration and Production: Creating future business models, enabling environments and policy reform to take projects to FID and onstream

As the price of oil rebounds, multinational corporations turn back to Africa for new opportunities. This session explores how operators and service companies can prepare for the development of new business in fast growth emerging market economies.

In this compelling session, governments and private sector specialists explore how Africa can become a risk-adjusted investment destination, where contractual sanctity drives investor confidence.
Our panelists will debate:
•    The role of strong governance and leadership to pass attractive fiscal policy to facilitate international business
• Arbitration
• The national context for more efficient best practice
• Tax environment and planning for success
• Legislation and regulation
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers