Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy, Republic of Equatorial Guinea
H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima is the minister of mines and hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea. Presiding over the third largest oil-producing market in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Minister is widely regarded for his incisive leadership and for his guidance of Equatorial Guinea’s energy industry through a period of growth and renewal. Under His Excellency’s leadership, Equatorial Guinea’s oil and gas sector has embraced innovation and international investment.
Working in the oil and gas industry since 1997, His Excellency’s past positions include minister delegate, vice minister, secretary of state for mines and hydrocarbons, government representative in the Equity of the State in PSCs, and presidential adviser on hydrocarbons. He has served as a member of the board of three public energy companies: SONAGAS, SEGESA and GEPetrol.
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up to receive our weekly DirectCurrent newsletter to stay up to date on the program’s work.