Award-Winning Entrepreneur | Global Energy Adviser | STEM Advocate and Champion| Author | Speaker | Mentor | Coach
Mireille Toulekima is an Award-Winning Entrepreneur and Global Energy Adviser specialised in developing and emerging markets. A petroleum engineer who gains her experience working in Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia in a range of technical and leadership roles, she is the Managing Director of the independent oil and gas consulting company MT Energy Resources Ltd based in Perth (Australia), a board member, an Ambassador, a Global Executive Mentor and Partner to several global ventures and organisations.
Known globally for being an inspirational multi-skilled woman, Mireille is also a published author, international speaker, part time columnist, host of Global Online show “The Greatness Engineering” and the founder and ambassador of “The Greatness Engineering movement”. A woman who enjoys big challenges, she embodies authenticity, leadership, diversity, positivity, spiritual strength and real womanhood. She is part of the new wave of women who have embraced non-traditional industries, globalisation, innovation and digital disruption and who dare to risk high and dream big.
Mireille speaks several foreign languages of which Fluent English and French, conversational Spanish and Malay and basic Portuguese. She is a Global Tech Leader as part of the Global Tech Women project since 2015 and a champion for women working in non-traditional industries that are predominantly male dominated. She contributes to a number women leadership and technical groups around the world and has been identified and recognised as one of the women of influence in the energy sector and leadership sphere globally.
Mireille published her first book in 2015. It was called “Local Content Key Enabler for Oil and Gas Projects in Emerging Markets: Investing, Developing and Providing Oversight in Countries of Operation”. The oil and gas industry has met this book release with great acclaim, further launching Mireille’s expertise in emerging markets and placing her firmly in the limelight as an energy expert, TV and Radio personality, motivational speaker and inspirational leader. She has since published two more books: “Stepping into your greatness: Twelve rules for building an outstanding life” and “Natural Gas Strategies: the role of developing and emerging markets” and is in the process of publishing three more books in 2019.
Mireille has journeyed a long way from her humble beginnings in the small African country of Gabon in her quest to become the worldwide inspirational leader, public figure, energy expert and women role model she now is. A true philanthropist, she initiated the Energy Angels Foundation project in December 2016 with the objective to reach out and sponsor under-privileged African girls to study subjects related to the energy and STEM sectors in prestigious and high-profile schools and universities around the world and increase women participation in the African Energy and STEM economy. She made it her commitment and personal mission to help others to become the best that they can be in order to come out of the mass and stand in their own shining light to live the outstanding life they deserve and encourage them to have a positive attitude that will serve a lasting legacy.
My moto: Don’t leave anything on the table of life
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Are you an independent investor or a corporate affairs representative in the Oil and Gas industry or, perhaps, you are a developing or emerging markets high level government official in charge of Local Content Policies and Strategy in your country? What’s your plan for a successful Local Content Policy implementation? Do you have all the information available to ensure the best and long-term goals for the host country where you operate or for your country? How will Local Content Policies guarantee consistency with national development plans, enhancement of economic growth and generation of sustainable and competitive businesses beyond the Oil and Gas sector? Will it cost too much to Oil and Gas companies in the end, interfering with profitability?