COVID 19 has created new opportunities for terrorist and insurgent groups to threaten natural resources and infrastructure in Africa. Here are 5 ways in which Inverroy Crisis Management can help energy companies operating in Africa to become more resilient in this rapidly changing environment.
Toby Ingram explains the impact of petrochemicals on the environment and highlights how businesses should follow Unilever’s example and pivot early to manufacture environmentally-friendly products, reduce their carbon emissions and take the lead in an expanding market. Saudi Aramco have already begun this process…….
Energy transition poses momentous challenges to all countries, especially when we add COVID to the equation; but add in the effects of terrorism, multi-national influences and water shortages and the challenge in Africa is bigger still. Toby Ingram investigates and considers some Resilience and Business Continuity issues along the way.
There is currently not enough water in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and this is only going to get worse. Morocco are leading the way in the MENA with strategic foresight and many local water management programmes, both of which could be exported to regional partners. Toby Ingram’s blog studies some of the historic reasons for the water shortage, and looks ahead to both some of the regional challenges and solutions for the future.