Billions at Play: The Future of African Energy and Doing Deals
Billions at Play takes a look at the successes and shortcomings of the energy industry in Africa.
The book outlines, chapter by chapter, the strategy that African governments and communities can take to empower themselves, maximise resources and revenue in order that society as a whole can benefit.
The book emphasises the opportunity for the petroleum industry to shape the continent’s policies and in turn transform economic growth. Ayuk emphasizes the need for women to play an equal role in the energy industry, for Africans to do better deals and take their rightful seat at the negotiating table so that terms are beneficial to both the continent and international investors.
H.E. Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General of OPEC opens the book and writes that Nj has “taken the time to develop a detailed roadmap for realizing that dream” and prompts people all over the world to take the time to read Billions at Play in order to “play a part in making his dream of petroleum-fueled economic growth, stability and improved quality of life happen for Africa.”