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Lessons Namibia can learn from Qatar

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In his most recent piece, NJ Ayuk, Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, entrepreneur, lawyer and thought leader, uses Qatar as an example of leadership, taking us back to Qatar’s first gas discovery and subsequent organisation.

Ayuk urges Namibia, a country poised to become a global hydrogen hub, to learn from Qatar’s journey and “maintain stable leadership and avoid resource nationalism and red tape that has been very problematic for African countries”.

For the full article: https://energychamber.org/what-namibia-can-learn-from-qatar-on-gas-development-and-monetization/

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