Conferences and Exhibitions

5th Annual Africa Gas & LNG Summit 2014

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania

01 to 04 of September, 2014

Africa is estimated to currently hold nearly 74 trillion m3 of recoverable natural gas reserves which accounts to about 10% of the world’s total, according to the International Energy Agency. Yet there still more of Africa’s resources to be uncovered. The continent and it’s new and under developed reserves have become the focus of the energy hungry nations due to inevitable changes in economic, political and industrial activity. Neoedge fully aware of these dynamics brings its most sought after “5th Annual Africa Gas & LNG Summit” to Dar es Salaam Tanzania, from the 1st – 4th of September 2014.

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East Africa was a less active market in the natural gas industry till last year. Forbes indicates that 2 of the top 10 discoveries of 2013 to be in Mozambique and Tanzania. Each country of concern is actively reforming their regulation to support the capacity and the nature of the impending world scale LNG projects. Economic growth through joining the LNG bandwagon at the fastest pace is their motive. The countries need infrastructure development, human talent development, legal services, consultants, engineering procurement and construction contractors, financiers, power generation companies, and project developers to kick start this progress.5AFGAS Logo 120x130 - Tanzania

The conference focuses on sustainable development which would be economically beneficial to the region, investors and its service providers considering the strategic location, regulation reform, local content development, planned channelled investments in project development, environmental and host community impact, gas/LNG to power project development, competitive gas/LNG pricing and safe and secure development and supply of LNG and Natural gas.

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West Africa Exploration and Pre-Salt Forum

3rd to 5th June, 2014

The West African oil market is undergoing a crucial period of growth. Exploring West Africa’s vast potential for commercial oil finds is now being realised, with majors and juniors striving to unlock the potential and capitalise on pre-salt plays.

Countries including Angola and Gabon have already made significant headway and with unquestionable similarities to Brazil’s pre-salt reserves, Namibia continues its quest for lucrative oil discoveries.

To put this in industry context, the West Africa Exploration and Pre-Salt Forum returns to uncover the key strategic and commercial opportunities related to the region’s current oil exploration programmes.

presalt header The Second Edition of this timely forum will bring together members of country specific governments, IOCs, NOCs, independents and juniors, foreign investors, seismic and oilfield service providers including Sonangol, NAMCOR, Schlumberger, CGG and Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL to share their insights on optimising pre-salt and oil exploration within West Africa.

Join a distinguished line-up of global industry leaders from companies including who will share their expertise and insights on:

  • Implementing strategies to intensify oil exploration and attract further investment
  • Aligning objectives with local communities to achieve a sustainable economy and business growth
  • Uncovering the latest technology advancements for optimising seismic imaging and resolution
  • Exploring the measures being put in place to give Africa competitive edge over other new frontiers – Specific examples for Namibia, Angola, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Republic of the Congo, South Africa and many more

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5th East Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Conference –

28th – 30th April, 2014. Nairobi, Kenya

With a 35 year track record in and on Africa, Global Pacific & Partners is pleased to again host its annual Eastern Africa Oil, Gas/LNG & Energy Conference 2014 for the fifth consecutive year.

East AfricaThe conference provides unrivalled new insight into the upstream opportunities, open acreage, bid rounds, new ventures, oil/gas investments, key upstream players, and corporate/government strategies in this vast region of fifteen countries covering onshore and offshore potential, from Eritrea to South Africa, including across the Mascerene islands.

The Conference showcases significant presentations of chief executives, government officials, Ministers and key players in Eastern African exploration, from within leading corporate and state oil companies as well as inside the energy finance and service/supply industry value-chain, with an important Exhibition over the Conference period.

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OFFSHORE WEST AFRICA 2014 – Expanding West Africa’s Offshore Potential

The 18th annual Offshore West Africa conference and exhibition will yet again provide a platform for technology exchange and new business development. Offshore West Africa is the region’s premier technical forum focused exclusively on West Africa’s offshore Oil and Gas market.

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Ghana is recognized as one of the most promising exploration regions within West Africa, and for the 2nd successive year Offshore West Africa will convey the message of the advancement of subsea and deepwater activities within the region. Offshore West Africa, presented by Offshore Magazine and supported by Oil & Gas Journal, is the only conference and exhibition dedicated to the offshore oil & gas industry in the region. More than 1,500 offshore professionals and key decision makers will attend the three-day conference and exhibition.

Date: 21st – 23rd January, 2014
Venue: International Conference Centre Accra, Ghana
Mark the date in your diary today to ensure your participation.

The two-track technical programe features presentations from leading operators and contractors on a variety of topics including:

  • Regional Trends & Challenges
  • Floating Production Systems
  • Subsea Intervention
  • Flowlines & Pipelines
  • Deepwater Exploration
  • Well Construction & Drilling Operations
  • Operations & Logistics
  • Local Content

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21st Africa Oil Week – Africa Upstream

Cape town, 3rd – 7th November, 2014

Join us and your industry peers and colleagues, from all over Africa and around the world, in Cape Town over 3rd-7th November 2014 at the world’s longest-established and our landmark, world-class Conference dedicated to the fast-moving Africa’s upstream industry – covering breaking trends and critical issues from Cape-to-Cairo, Madagascar-to-Mauritania – where you can meet and interface with the largest and most important annual collection of super-majors, independent companies and national oil companies that combine with senior executives, state oil officials and Ministerial or government delegations to make-up the most prominent Conference held in and on the oil and gas-LNG and energy industry for Africa.

Afriica Oil week2In 2014 there will be over 100 corporate or state speakers on this top-quality program, 140 corporate-industry exhibitors, plus private and public companies seeking to execute acreage deals and farmouts, combined with numerous government roadshows for acreage/asset transaction, along with the presence of major energy banking institutions, corporate oil and equity investors, financiers, multilaterals, transaction advisors, and the full range of the growing service/supply industry across Africa’s oil and gas-LNG value chain.

The 21st Africa Upstream features:

  • 100 high-Level Presentations
  • 18th Annual Board Awards
  • Dinners and Networking Receptions
  • Investor Showcases
  • Government Roadshows
  • Global Women In Africa Business Breakfast
  • Young Professionals In Oil & Gas Program
  • Africa’s Oil Legends
  • Traditional Braai-BBQ (On the Beach)

Please Note:

The 21st Africa Upstream conference runs from Tuesday 4th to Friday 7th November 2014 and the 16th Scramble For Africa Briefing is held on Monday 3rd November.

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Gulf of Guinea Gas – New Opportunities & Investments in the Gas Sector

28-30 October, Abuja, Nigeria

Gulf of Guinea Gas Conference analysed gas throughout the value chain and looked at its impact on the region. The speakers assessed the exploration and production potential in the region, the economics of gas supply (gas monitisation), strengthened desire for greater collaboration and cooperation to meet growing demand, LNG opportunities and gas to power projects.

GOG17Following on from the success of the 2013 edition, Gulf of Guinea Conference 2014 (28-30 October 2014, Abuja, Nigeria) will bring once again key gas decision makers to network, discuss investment opportunities and will feature strategic Conference, interactive Seminar and international Exhibition.

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The 3rd East Africa Oil and Gas Summit & Exhibition –

EAOGS 2014: 15-17 October, Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), Nairobi

The 3rd East Africa Oil and Gas Summit (EAOGS) will build on the success of the 2013 Summit which welcomed over 350 delegates from 200 regional and international companies and 30 different countries.

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In 2014 this prestigious, government-led summit has been expanded to include a larger exhibition to meet the demand for stands. EAOGS 2014 will once again provide a platform for East African ministries and the National Oil companies to engage with international and local investors to examine the vast opportunities across East Africa.

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