A total of 150 stakeholders were invited and 100 attended the event. The event started off with presentations from Marc Den Hartog, MD of Shell Tanzania and Patricia Mhondo, External Relations Manager. This followed with a panel discussion with several experts in the field. No media were invited for this event.
Stakeholders Roundtable Event 2018
The Stakeholders Roundtable was held at Hyatt Regency Hotel on the 19th of April, 2018. A total of 150 stakeholders were invited and 100 attended the event
Panelist David Tarimo (centre), from PWC-Partner, flanked by Shell Tanzania Managing Director, Marc den Hartog (right) ad Peter Kasanda (Clyde &Co), responds to questions during panel discussions on ‘What does the LNG mega-project’ mean for Tanzania, what does it bring and what does it take to get the project implemented successful?” The event took place during the Shell-Tanzania annual stakeholder’s roundtable in Dar es Salaam, yesterday.
Shell Tanzania Managing Director speaking with Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office (policy and Coordination of Government Businesses), Prof Faustin Kamuzora, at the company’s annual stakeholder’s roundtable held in Dar es Salaam April, 2018. One of the main issues discussed was the planned LNG (Liquefied natural gas) mega- project and what it means for Tanzania – what it promises and what it would take to implement it to satisfaction.
MD of Shell Tanzania speaks during the Stakeholders Roundtable.
Marc Den Hart Managing Director of Shell Tanzania addressing guests at the Stakeholders Roundtable event.
Guests attentively listening to a presentation at the Stakeholder’s Roundtable event
Shell staff gives guest a branded bag whilst entering the stakeholder’s roundtable event
Msomisi P. Mbenna, Social Investment Advisor at Shell Tanzania speaking with participants who were exhibiting at the Stakeholders Roundtable event.
Invited guests at the Stakeholder Roundtable event.