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Energy & Corporate Africa invites you to the Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Energy Conference scheduled for Thursday, May 2 - Friday, May 3,  2024 at Hilton Post Oak ( By the Galleria), Houston, Texas, USA

 

The Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Energy Conference (ASSAEC) is a unique conference that brings energy and petroleum ministers, senior government representatives, African producers, national oil companies, international oil companies, investors, financial institutions, service sector and entire stakeholders together to meet; share knowledge, exchange ideas, gain insight, showcase expertise and enhance business relationship. This upcoming event is no exception and promises more content, unique activities, top rated speakers, and more participation.

The conference will present energy and hydrocarbon investment opportunities and potentials of participating nations. It will provide insight to various business opportunities in the energy cum oil/gas value chain both upcoming licensing rounds and farm-in, new energy ventures amid the global energy transition and also trending service contracts. The conference will discuss impact of technology and digitization in ensuring capacity building and optimization in the exploration and production phases.  It will also discuss lessons learnt through case studies, value-added projects and showcase trending and effective technologies that could assist operators in reservoir modeling and resolving pipeline issues. Further discussions will hinge on assessing capital for projects, gas-to-power, LNG, local content and its impact in attracting Foreign Direct Investment.

 

As the global trend for energy transition continues to roar amid the quest for climate change and decarbonization, Africa readies to position itself for this paradigm shift in global perspective of the oil and gas industry. While the new clamor from industry experts remain that Africa as most developing economies should be given fossil fuel space to advance its economy and catch up with developed economies through investments, project funding, technologies, digitalization and manpower development, there is also a new call that Africa, especially Sub-Saharan Africa should tap into the surging gas economy and develop its gas assets as the global demand increases.
 

This conference comprises of technical presentations, keynotes, panel sessions, business showcasing and networking.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Sponsorship offers you exceptional opportunity to showcase your brand before industry leaders, investors, decision makers, serious buyers and core professionals in the  energy industry. It gives exposure  and elevates your brand and stabilizes your relationship with existing clients and at the same enhances contact with prospects. Sponsorship help to strengthen your position as a competitive company in the industry.

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OPEC Chief Tells Climate Negotiators to ‘Look at the Big Picture’

 (Bloomberg) -- OPEC’s top official urged countries to invest much more in oil to meet the world’s future energy needs and said climate policies need to be more “balanced and fair.”

     “It is imperative that all parties involved in the ongoing climate negotiations pause for a moment; look at the big picture,” Haitham Al-Ghais, secretary-general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, said Sunday at an energy conference in Cairo. They must “work towards an energy transition that is orderly, inclusive and helps ensure energy security for all.”                             

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Financial markets were stunned in April 2020 when the price of oil turned negative for the first time ever. As demand plummeted during the first COVID lockdown, the main US oil benchmark price fell to minus $30 (minus €28) a barrel.

TESTIMONIALS
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Cany Jobe
- E & P Director
Gambia National Oil Company

“The conference presented a good platform for sharing and gaining of knowledge. It was also very interactive and created a good networking atmospheres”

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Geoff Onuoha
Chairman, Pipeline Professionals' Assoc. of Nigeria

“Thanks much and congrats on your doggedness and energy, which have contributed to keep this good conference running all these years. Wishing you more success in the years ahead” 

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Luis Miranda
Counsel
Miranda Alliance

“I would like to use this opportunity to thank you for the speaking opportunity at the 11th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Conference in Houston. The Conference was a tremendous success and I look forward to attend it again next year”

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Ibiyemi Asaolu
New Ventures Manager
Deepwater, SNEPCO

“The conference was extremely educative for me. It was great having our folks from other African countries sit in same room discussing our common challenges and way forward. I am happy to have had the opportunity to be part of that”

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Mike Aryeetey
Manager, Exploration and Appraisal, GNPC, Ghana

"It is always a great pleasure to participate and speak in this dynamic conference. It is always a great opportunity to share ideas and learn from other experts."

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Nuno Rosa
President
Angola USA Business Association
CEO, TXB Global Inc. 

 

“As always this conference is the place to be when we want to talk about oil and gas business in Africa

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