World Bank representative Diletta Doretti confirmed for Energy Conference 2023

The International Energy Conference and Expo Guyana 2023 on Monday announced the participation of Diletta Doretti, Resident Representative for Guyana and Suriname at World Bank in Guyana, as a speaker at the second edition of the event in February.
Doretti is responsible for maintaining the day-to-day dialogue and solid partnership around the World Bank’s programs in both countries. Since joining the institution in 2002, Doretti has held various positions at the World Bank, the most recent, being Senior Private Sector Development Specialist for the World Bank West Africa region, based in Mali.

Resident Representative for Guyana and Suriname at World Bank in Guyana, Diletta Doretti

Doretti has strong and diversified World Bank experience in leading teams and in corporate assignments, including country engagements and developing the World Bank’s strategies around the private sector, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
Chief Executive Officer of the International Energy Conference and Expo Guyana 2023, Kurt Baboolall, related, “The World Bank representative, Ms Doretti will give all stakeholders present at the conference a glimpse of how the US$44M allocated to Guyana last year will be spent on skills development in the emerging energy sector. We are pleased to welcome Ms Doretti onboard for this year’s conference.”
Doretti is among a number of speakers slated to deliver addresses at the Conference and Expo which includes World renowned Professor in economics, Jeffrey D. Sachs, CEO of the Hess Corporation, John Hess.
There are a number of Heads of Governments expected to deliver remarks; these are; H.E. Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of Guyana, H.E. Chandrikapersad Santokhi, President of Suriname and Dr. Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago.
The Conference and Expo this year is being hosted under the theme ‘Harnessing Energy for Development’ and will be held from February 14th-17th, 2023, at the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown, Guyana.
It is expected to assemble Heads of State, government officials, policymakers, academics, industry professionals, and global energy thought leaders.