Sudan People’s Appeal Initiative discusses future visions of the energy sector

The workshop of the Committee of Professionals discussed the Energy Engineers Sector held today in Khartoum as part of the Sudanese People’s Appeal for National Reconciliation initiative sponsored by Caliph Mr. Al-Tayeb Al-Jedd Ibn Badr under the title “National Vision for Energy Sector Reform”.

Eng. Nazir Saad Ali, Vice President of the Energy Sector at the Sudan People’s Appeal Initiative, said that the workshop dealt with ways to develop the oil sector in order to alleviate the demand for electricity through the use of alternative and renewable energy and that the participation of energy engineers is among their concerns about the issues of the homeland.

Engineer Mechanique Abdel Monim Hassan Idriss, presenter of the New and Renewable Energy Opportunities Paper, said that the opportunities for renewable energies in the Sudan are many and contribute to the increase of the kidney generation of electricity. He pointed out that there is a future plan for the period 2025 to 2035 aimed at the Sudan being a leader in electricity production and achieving self-sufficiency and then achieving a surplus for export.

Dr. Eng. Mohammed Wehbe Hussein, a chemical consultant, said that there were future visions focusing on oil extraction and refining areas, which were refineries in addition to the transport phase. Noting that the workshop addressed problems and solutions for refining processes and how to overcome them s call for solutions to the energy sector.

The workshop presented three first scientific papers on a future vision for the reform and development of the second oil industry, the reality of electricity production and the expectations of renewable and recent demand for opportunities for the successful use of new and renewable energies with the participation of a number of specialists in different universities.

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