Africa's leading conference focuses on new discoveries and opportunities
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Oct. 17, 2013 /CNW/ - With already over 1,000 confirmed delegates from all over the world and a sold out Exhibition the 20th Africa Oil Week (25-29 November) has again proven itself as the main exploration and development event on Africa's oil/gas game.
During the Week over 100 keynote speakers from leading corporates, governments, national
oil companies and independents focus on new oil and gas discoveries, emerging ventures and LNG developments on the continent.
The 20th Africa Upstream Conference (27-29 November) focuses on the exploration, development and production
chain, corporate oil and gas strategies, new entries, foreign state
players, upstream policies andinvestment opportunities
that will determine Africa's oil, gas and energy future -
from exploration in the West Niger Delta to giant opportunities
in Angola, and frontier exploration acreage in Namibia to Eastern
Africa hotspots like Mocambique, Kenya and Tanzania.
On November 26th the 10th Africa Independents Forum focuses on the challenges of independents, first oil, strategies
for success, gas in portfolio, shale gas developments and frontier
At the 54th PetroAfricanus Dinner (November 25th) Tim O'Hanlon (Vice President, African Business, Tullow Oil) - one of an
exceptional and rare breed of Africa's explorers, with decades of
experience on the continent - will reveal how a once-small minnow grew
to become one of Africa's leading independent players, with a
high-quality portfolio across Sub-Saharan Africa.
On November 25th Dr Duncan Clarke ( Chairman, Global Pacific & Partners) will hold the 15th Scramble for Africa Strategy Briefing which tracks changing competitor maps in Africa, providing seasoned
insights and interpretations of the strategies of around 500
players. This unique set of insights is unrivalled, and draws a
high-level audience of company executives and state officials annually.
During the 20th Africa Oil Week 2013 the "Big Five" Annual Awards and the Conrad Gerber Award for research
and intellectual contribution to Africa will be
announced. Special Parallel Sessions cover Young Professionals in Oil,
Gas & Energy, Local Content in Africa, and Emerging
Exploration Technologies, plus the Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club
Breakfast in Africa.
SOURCE: Global Pacific & Partners
For further information:
Babette van Gessel, Global Pacific & Partners, Tel: +31.70.324.6154, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: http://www.globalpacificpartners.com