sharing in governance of extractive industries

Joao Nolasco
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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
Ministry of Electricity, Dams, Irrigation and Water Resources - Government of the Republic of South Sudan
Type of Organisation
Government, International Organisation
Job Title
Energy Economist
About My Work
Economist with international professional experience in the areas of finance, strategy and development. Expert on energy issues, with interest on topics concerning the interaction between the public and the private sector and the fields of industrial, competition and regulatory policy, with a focus on Public-Private Partnerships.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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At 21:33 on December 6, 2011, Ahmed Finoh said…

Joao: Welcome back to GoxI and thanks for  getting back in touch. The gist of my enquiry question to you is contained in my first email to you as shown below here.

As you advised, I can be reached at afinoh@aol.com.


At 17:41 on June 14, 2011, Ahmed Finoh said…



Joao, you are the typical guy I needed to talk to about our project.

I need a tutorial on African public works project financing.

Myself and a bunch of old timers started this civil engineering outfit to perform pilot projects in infrastructure developments (roads, watersupplies, schools rehabilitation,etc.) for local cities and districts in Africa. The main objective of our project is to introduce cost-effective but state of the art construction methodoligies to the African region. Such as chemical ( cement, lime) subgrade stabilization for roads and highways. Subgrade stabilization is not only more duarable,especially for developing country roads where maintenance funds are hard to obtain, but it is more than 40% lower in cost and time. That's the selling point!

At your convenience, I would like to discuss further with you how one can obtain financing for suct a novel project.


Eng. Ahmed Finoh, MPA

PublicWorksConcepts, Inc.

Durham, North Carolina, USA







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