3rd-4th June 2021

Abuja- Nigeria

Dr Joy Ogaji
CEO of the Association of Power Generation Companies, Nigeria

Dr. Joy O. Ogaji (PhD, LLM, BL, LLB) is a Nigerian/British Professional with over 16 years of progressive managerial experience in commercial/corporate law such as Oil and Gas, Power/Energy, Property and Regulatory matters. Her core competence covers a wide variety of disciplines spanning many years of public and private sector experience with nine years in […]

Dr. Joy O. Ogaji (PhD, LLM, BL, LLB) is a Nigerian/British Professional with over 16 years of progressive managerial experience in commercial/corporate law such as Oil and Gas, Power/Energy, Property and Regulatory matters. Her core competence covers a wide variety of disciplines spanning many years of public and private sector experience with nine years in senior management positions.

Dr Ogaji is currently the pioneer Executive Secretary of the Association of Power Generation Companies. Until her current role, she was the Team Lead for the Regulatory and Transactions Monitoring Unit of the Presidential Task Force on Power (PTFP), while she also doubled as the Legal Adviser to the PTFP and its Chairman. Her portfolio covers all the elements of the privatisation of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria’s successor companies and has been implemented by the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) and the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC). She possesses extensive exposure to working in Nigeria and knowledge of the various oil and gas agreements such as oil pipeline licensing Gas transportation agreements, gas purchase agreements, regulations coupled with the analytical ability to interpret various orders and regulations issued by NERC.

Dr Joy Ogaji was also the pioneer head of legal and regulatory for the Hydro-Carbon Pollution Restoration Project (HYPREP) housed under the Federal Ministry of Petroleum following the UNEP report. Dr Ogaji, as part of her role, developed all the preliminary documentations for the start-up of the HYPREP projects. She interfaced with several international and national organisations such as John Hopkins University of the USA, Cranfield University, UK, Bincom Nigeria Limited and several other contractors.