Africa Independents Forum
Following a decade of hosting the much-acclaimed Africa Independents Forum within, their traditional Africa Oil Week, annually in Cape Town, Global Pacific & Partners is bringing the 12th Africa Independents Forum 2015 to London, at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel from 26-28th May 2015.
The program for the 12th Africa Independents Forum 2015 will include: 8th African National Oil Companies: Strategy Briefing – Tuesday 26th May – Separately bookable 12th Africa Independents Forum – Wednesday 27th & Thursday 28th May 69th PetroAfricanus-World Networking Cocktail Reception – Wednesday 27th May 3rd Global Women In Africa: Business Breakfast – Thursday 28 May The 12th Africa Independents Forum gathers together key corporate independent players from across Africa, both listed and unlisted, and provides enhanced exposure to the wider oil and gas upstream industry plus key financial markets, equity financiers and investors found on AIM and the LSE, and related parties drawn from around Europe, as well as elsewhere.
The Forum’s focus is on new and fast-growing corporate players in Africa with acreage and assets held in the Gulf of Guinea, Northwest Africa, Maghreb-North Africa, Eastern and Southern Africa, and in several landlocked and emerging littoral frontier states. This occasion will provide the unique opportunity to meet senior management, discuss new ventures, strategy and deal-flow, evaluate exploration potential, plus farm-ins/outs, joint ventures and investment, and obtain an inside track on Africa’s fast-emerging domestic oil and gas game in which the numbers of Independents has grown substantially.
This leading industry event in London is supported by several key organisations (inter alia, the African Institute of Petroleum) with global/Africa oil/gas media, and showcases exploration and development projects as well as the hydrocarbon resources, reserves and potential of African oil and gas players, many of which now partner with Super-Majors and domestic/foreign state oil companies, plus treats with the wide array of critical issues facing licensing agencies, national oil companies and governments.
Their 69th PetroAfricanus-World Networking Reception with Guest Speaker, Brian Cathain, the Chief Executive of Petroceltic International plc, will be held on 27th May , is separately bookable and registration is required.
The 8th African National Oil Companies: Strategy Briefing held prior to the 12th African Independents Forum 2015 in London, provides key insights on the Continent, the Governments and state players within the complex Africa upstream oil/gas-LNG game.
It is based on over 30 years of oil and gas knowledge, and extensive research in and across Africa, Cape to Cairo. Presentations are by Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman of the Board, Global Pacific & Partners), a leading thinker, writer and strategist on Africa. Participants benefit from an unrivalled knowledge, critical insights, rich-content, forensic views, and high-level executive networking, with Luncheon and Cocktails, plus online download access to the Presentations (with around 600 Images). For more information about this event please click here Source: Global Pacific & Partners
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