USTDA is hosting the Senegal and Mauritania LNG Infrastructure Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) to introduce decision makers from Senegal and Mauritania’s power sectors to U.S. LNG and gas infrastructure, technologies, services, and equipment. The delegation will include the Minister of Petroleum and Energy from Senegal and the Minister of Petroleum, Energy and Mining from Mauritania, as well as representatives from the Senegalese Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Finance, COS-Petrogaz, and the Senegalese National Oil Company, National Electric Utility and Regulator, Sovereign Wealth Fund, and National Planning Agency. The delegates will travel to Houston, TX to meet with U.S. suppliers and equipment manufacturers, as well as U.S. technology and service providers for midstream and downstream gas infrastructure. In Washington, DC, the delegates will meet with U.S. regulators and finance organizations.
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency hosted the India Aviation Safety, Security, and Airport Infrastructure Reverse Trade Mission (RTM), which brought senior level aviation officials from India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation, Airports Authority of India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Bureau of Civil Aviation Security, and Air India to the United States to learn about best practices and U.S. solutions that can support India’s aviation goals.
India’s aviation industry is growing rapidly, and the government plans to invest $120 billion in civil aviation expansion and modernization projects over the next ten years, which presents tremendous opportunities for U.S. businesses. The itinerary included a Business Roundtable and Networking Reception for U.S. companies at the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) in Washington, D.C.