The development objective of the Supporting Gas Project Negotiations and Enhancing Institutional Capacities Project for Senegal is to support the government’s capacity to drive negotiations towards final investments decisions and lay the foundations for the gas sector’s contributions to the economy through enhanced legal and regulatory framework and capacity building.The project consists of five components. The first component, support for hydrocarbon project negotiations the objective of this component is to help the Government of Senegal (GoSN) engage in a timely and constructive manner with the Government of Mauritania and Production Sharing Contract (PSC) holders to ensure the sustainable development of its oil and gas resources. The second component, enhancement of the strategic and policy framework is to support the GoSN develop an oil and gas sector policy and strategy. The third component, institutional diagnostic and capacity building is to identify the needs for capacity building, develop tailored training programs, and support the Government’s effort to mobilize instrumental ad hoc expertise. The fourth component, stakeholders engagement campaign is to mobilize international third party expertise needed for the GoSN to develop a communications strategy and information campaign to engage effectively and sustain ably with all key stakeholders on issues relating to oil and gas development projects in SNE and Grand Tortue. This component, which will create and maximize synergies with the Senegal Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) activity on communications campaign.
Gestion Exécutive et Stratégique du Comité d’Orientation Stratégique et de Suivi du Développement du
Aminata Ndoye Toure
Director of the Hydrocarbon Department
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