Tanzanian Energy Regulators Provide NPA With Support

A Tanzanian delegation was given a working tour of the nation’s downstream petroleum industry by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA).

Tanzanian Energy Regulators Provide NPA With Support
Tanzanian Energy Regulators Provide NPA With Support

During their five-day tour, representatives from Tanzania’s Ministry of Energy and fuel agency concentrated on the NPA’s efficient management and control of petroleum downstream, which they found to be practical, affordable, and worthy of imitation.

Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, the NPA’s chief executive, together with Perry Okudzeto, the deputy chief executive, the directors, department heads, and a few Authority employees, greeted them.

Dr. Abdul-Hamid gave a warm welcome to the delegation, expressing his excitement to have them here and assuring them that the NPA was more than happy to share its experience with them, especially regarding the Authority’s management of the Unified Petroleum Price Fund (UPPF), a topic of great interest to Tanzanians.

He continued by saying that the authority had made every effort to ensure that their five-day visit—which included the planned field trips—was worthwhile.

The delegation’s leader, Mr. Msafiri Mtepe of Tanzania’s Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority, for his part, thanked the authority for the cordial welcome and expressed hope that they would have the best possible education on the Ghanaian petroleum regulation model, which he claimed has made many African nations envious.

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