24th Annual Africa Oil Week 2017 – the mainstay event for Africa’s oil and gas industry
|With over 160 speakers from the corporate and public sphere, this year’s event promises a programme designed around industry solutions that set the standard for adjusting business models to new demands|
|LONDON, United Kingdom, June 6, 2017/ — ITE is pleased to host the 2017 edition of the globally recognised Africa Oil Week (www.Africa-OilWeek.com), the world’s longest running oil and gas conference on the African continent, from the 23rd -27th October in Cape Town, South Africa.
Africa’s premier event is host to over 1,250 industry players from around the world, bringing together cross-continent multinationals and offering a content rich programme, a quality industry exhibition and five-star networking. Regarded for its high-level participation and onsite deal-flow, with sizeable in-room investor and finance potential, Africa Oil Week delivers exposure of Africa-wide state and private acreage opportunities, transaction and new venture assets and potential, exploration and production developments, and an overview of Africa’s hydrocarbon future.
Now in its 24th year, Africa Oil Week, being held at the Cape Town Convention Centre, continues to provide the most trusted and reliable platform for governments, national oil companies, corporate players, independents and financiers, along with service and supply operators, to share deep insight and linchpin strategies and engage in meaningful debate and conversations set to drive and strengthen Africa’s rapidly evolving upstream industry.
With over 160 speakers from the corporate and public sphere, this year’s event promises a programme designed around industry solutions that set the standard for adjusting business models to new demands. Experts will share strategies that enable the upstream industry to advance carefully, yet optimistically, as the investment environment improves, with companies pursuing asset deals, and oil price gains remain in place. Innovation, flexibility, capabilities, technology and reforms are the keywords of the new strategies being deployed to face the future of the upstream industry with confidence and Africa Oil Week provides opportunities for exploring them all.
Being held as part of this year’s event and strengthening its core offer are the 17th Africa Independents Forum (23rd Oct), the 24th Africa Upstream (24th-27th Oct), the 5th Africa Local Content Forum (23rd Oct) and the 5thYoung Professionals in Oil, Gas & Energy session. Special highlights are the 80th PetroAfricanus Dinner (http://APO.af/eR8fBY), hosted by ITE on 24th October at Cape Town’s iconic Mount Nelson Hotel, and the 9th Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club Luncheon (25th Oct).
Delegates who register by 16th August qualify for the substantial Early Bird Discount while companies registering three or more delegates benefit from an additional 10% discount. All registration fees include access to the 17thAfrica Independents Forum and the 24th Africa Upstream Conference and Exhibition.