01 April - 02 April 2020
Lagos, Nigeria

Argus West Africa LPG Conference

With Nigeria expected to be the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to have consumption rates of more than 1mn t/yr in the next few years, opportunities for the LPG industry continue to develop and evolve.

As the push to promote LPG use in the region heats up, regional companies are keen to source solutions that will play a key role in west Africa’s emergence as a major player in the sector.

Fundamental changes and strategic decisions made by regional actors will change the picture in the next decade. The conference offers different perspectives and experiences from all major stakeholders on the future of LPG in the region.

Register your interest now for your chance to identify new opportunities in the LPG industry and meet with key decision makers from regulators & government entities, LPG suppliers, marketing and distribution companies, trading houses, cylinder manufacturers, shipping & storage companies and EPCs.

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Regular attendees include:

NNPC, NLNG, African Development Bank, Glencore, Vitol, NLPGA, NALPGAM, National Petroleum Authority (Ghana), Department of Petroleum Resources, Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Authority (PPPRA), Techno Oil, Hexagon Ragasco, Stanbic IBTC Bank, African Development Bank, Total, CNPC, Oriental Energy, Fluor, Wanhua Petrochemical, Rubis, Cepsa, Puma Energy, Petredec, Oryx Energies, WLPGA, Pertamina, Itochu, Vopak, ExxonMobil, Gunvor, Oando, Oryx Oil, Trafigura, Ministry of Petroleum, Nigeria, Mann-Teknik, Sahara Group, Oiltanking, Nigerian Pipelines & Storage Company, EVAS LPG Cylinders, Kenolkobil, Kosan Crisplant, Naftal, Shell, Epicgas, Rainoil and many more.