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The pan-African collaboration hub to unite and develop the LPG industry

LPG continues to be a cleaner, safer and more sustainable option for fuel and heat in Africa. With new facilities and commissioned projects on the horizon addressing supply questions, many are waiting to see if current infrastructure, logistics and handling will be able to meet new uptake demands. 

Join Argus Africa LPG on 14-15 March in Cape Town to support LPG suppliers, traders, marketing and distribution companies, governments and regulators in shaping the industry and the economic development of Africa.

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  • The full speaker line-up
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2018 confirmed speakers include:


  • Maqubela Tseliso, Deputy Director General: Petroleum and Petroleum Product Regulations, Department of Energy, South Africa
  • Zayyanu Tambari Yabo, Gas Division, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria
  • Abel Mungai Mathaga, LPG Bulk Sales Manager, Total
  • James Grobler, Managing Director, Cengas
  • Hassan Tampuli, Chief Executive, National Petroleum Authority, Ghana
  • Abdullahi Bayero, DM LPG Sales, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
  • Michael Kelly, Deputy Managing Director, WLPGA
  • George Amoako-Adjei, Commercial Director, Ghana National Gas Company
  • Ronald Ndoro, Operations Director, Kensys Gas, and Interim President, Zimbabwe Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association
  • Abdul-Kadir K Ahmed, Marketing and Development Manager, Nigeria LNG
  • Clara Mwoyofiri, Energy Development Officer, Energy and Power Development Ministry, Zimbabwe
  • Taiwo Adepoju, Head, Special Projects, Pinnacle Oil and Gas
  • Nkechi Obi, Executive Vice-Chairman, Techno Oil
  • Julio Mamadu Balde, Secretary General, Agency for Management and Co-operation between Senegal and Guinea-Bissau
  • Samson Muumba, Chief Executive, First Icon Energy, and Chairman, Africa LPG Association
  • Benoit Araman, Managing Director, Oryx Oil South Africa
  • Akin Akinfemiwa, Group Chief Executive, Forte Oil
  • Emmanuel Mangeni, Director, Ultimate Gas Professionals

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Conference Agenda

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 Day 1: Wednesday 14 March

Workshop A: Infrastructure and Storage Workshop

08:30 - 9:45

With new infrastructure and storage facilities beginning to address supply questions, attention is starting to turn to the challenges and new opportunities that lie ahead for the LPG industry in Africa. Join your fellow industry colleagues to address the following points:
  • Key overview of LPG infrastructure projects nearing completion
  • Assessing new import facilities — Where does this position Africa in line with the US and Asia-Pacific in the LPG industry
  • Will an increase in storage facilities minimise product spiking and illegal filling?
  • Update on licensing regulation for import facilities
  • Assessing port approval processes 
  • Construction and operational process licensing 
  • Import parity pricing for LPG in line with anti-trust and competition commission guidelines
  • Is there a market for export facilities in Africa?
  • Private and local investment — what is the future?

 08:40 - 09.50  Conference Registration and Opening of Exhibition
 09:50 - 09:55 Producer's Opening Speech
Tonika Campbell
, LPG Europe and Africa Conference Producer, Argus
09.55 - 10.05

Chairman's Opening Remarks

David Appleton, Senior LPG Analyst, Argus

10.10 - 10.25
Who Am I Ice Breaker Session
This short, fun ice breaker session could lay the foundation of fundamental business intelligence and opportunities. Before the conference begins, each attendee will be asked to write three key pieces of information alluding to their job title and organisation. Attendees on the table will then have to guess who that delegate is.

10.25 - 10.55
Developments in Africa in the Context of Global LPG Trends
  • Assessing LPG pricing and an outlook on pricing
  • International supply and demand dynamics 
  • What does this mean for LPG downstream in Africa? 
  • Analysing growth in the cylinder market in other regions and how it compares to sub-Saharan Africa
David Appleton, Senior LPG Analyst, Argus

10.55 - 11.25 Future Plans for the LPG Industry in South Africa
  • Analysing LPG pricing: Regulated and de-regulated markets
  • Weighing the role of South Africa in pricing import parities and regulation
  • Future plans for productions
  • Addressing an outdated pricing system: How will this effect supply
  • Assessing cylinder tax import regulation
  • Assessing regulatory framework in line with LPG adoption
Maqubela Tseliso, Deputy Director General: Petroleum and Petroleum Product Regulations, Department of Energy, South Africa
11.25- 11.55 Morning Networking Coffee Break
11.55 - 12.25 Assessing New Routes of Supply
  • What has a mild winter in Africa meant for supply and demand? 
  • Assessing new skid stations and LPG refilling stations in major cities in Nigeria
  • What do the new Western Cape facilities mean for supply?
  • Where else are we seeing investment to support supply?
  • Outlook on changing dynamics in light of new supply
Akin Akinfemiwa, Group CEO, Forte Oil
 12:25 - 12.55 Assessing the Connection between East and South Africa: Transportation and Supply
  • Box storage and Walvis Bay: What opportunity does this open to land locked countries 
  • Assessing supply from the west coast countries
  • Analysing the Zambian market’s connections towards the southern coast
  • Angolan transportation and local developments
  • Rogue filling: Safety, legislation and consequences 
  • What is in the 5 year plan?
James Grobler, Managing Director, Cengas
12.55 - 13.25   Analysing the Connection between LPG and Natural Gas
  • Natural gas overview and developments
  • What does a sustainable natural gas supply mean for the development of LPG in Africa?
  • What is the future of natural gas and how will this support the growth of LPG?
Abdullahi Bayero, DM LPG Sales, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
 13.25 - 14.25
Networking Lunch and Exhibition Showcase
14.25 - 14.55 The Shifting Energy Economy
  • Investigating the movement of natural gas
  • Opportunities for LPG created by rising electricity prices 
  • Medium-term challenges: Pressure from natural gas 
  • Where does LPG sit in regards to electricity?

Taiwo Adepoju, Head, Strategy & Support, Pinnacle Oil & Gas

 14.55 - 15.25  Outlook of LPG in Kenya
  • Analysing the market landscape in Kenya and its uptake in the East African LPG market
  • Addressing challenges facing the LPG industry in Kenya: How can government subsidiaries support developments?
  • Update on the cylinder exchange programme 
  • Opportunities available for investors in Kenya
  • Future plans for innovation in the industry in Kenya
Abel Mungai Mathaga, LPG Bulk Sales Manager, Total
15.25 - 15.55  Distribution Challenges, Public Understanding and Perception of LPG
  • Analysing the current market landscape
  • Addressing challenges associated with distribution
  • The importance of investment in importing, storage and distribution of LPG
  • What innovative solutions can be adopted to overcome infrastructure, supply and distribution challenges?
  • Examining future developments in the LPG market
Nkechi Obi, Executive Vice Chairman, Techno Oil
15.55 - 16.25 Afternoon Networking Break
 16.25 - 17:25  Regional Patisseries Roundtables

Regional roundtables give you an opportunity to discuss key challenges in your region or to delve into a neighbouring region. Accompanied by local patisseries and teas, this is a relaxed environment to collaborate with your LPG industry colleagues. Sign up to our roundtable sessions with 30 of your peers — places are limited to ensure maximum interaction.

Roundtable One: Southern Africa
Leader: Benoit Araman, Managing Director, Oryx Oil South Africa

Roundtable Two: Central Africa

Roundtable Three: Eastern Africa
Leader: Emmanuel Mangeni, Director, Ultimate Gas Professionals

Roundtable Four: Western Africa

Leader: Julio Mamadu Balde, Secretary General, Agency for Management and Cooperation between Senegal and Guinea - Bissau

Roundtable Five: Northern Africa
17:25 - 17.55 Assessing the Growth in the Cylinder Gas Market 
  • Analysing standardisation in the cylinder gas market
  • How can the government promote cylinder investment to increase consumer adoption?
  • Assessing methods of preventing cylinder theft
  • How can national cylinder exchange programmes minimise illegal filling and smuggling?
  • Government subsidies for cylinders: What can we learn from Kenya and Nigeria?
Ronald Ndoro, Director of Operations, Kensys Gas and the Interim President of Zimbabwe Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association
17.55 - 18.05 Chairman's Closing Remarks and End of Day One
David Appleton
, Senior LPG Analyst, Argus
18.05 - 19.35 LPG Collaboration Dinner and Networking Drinks



Day 2: Thursday 15 March

Workshop B: Logistics and Handling

08:30 - 09:45

As storage facilities begin to come on line throughout Africa, attention is turning to the next bottlenecks, as well as logistics and handling. Investment in the sector continues to be a struggle, but discussion seems to be increasingly focused on regulation, pricing and supply So join your colleagues in taking an active role in supporting the growth of safe logistics and handling and — in turn — the growth of the LPG industry.

Key areas of discussion are:
  • New areas of investment in sub-Saharan logistics 
  • National and regional logistics challenges
  • Addressing safety challenges in transporting LPG
  • Assessing trucking as a solution to fill the gap between storage and bottling LPG
  • Transport and cylinder filling regulation and control
  • A comparative study of tax for landlocked countries and export countries 
  • Analysing rail as an option for inland transportation
  • Future prospects
09.00 - 09.50

Morning Conference Registration and Opening of Exhibition

09.50 - 10.00

Chairperson’s Opening

James Gooder, VP Crude Oil, Argus

10.00 - 10.30 Keynote Presentation NPA’s National LPG Safety Campaign
  • From the field: Educating consumers on the safe use of LPG
  • Addressing responsibility and ownership: The government, suppliers and distributors
  • An update on inspection and monitoring for operation and safety requirements
  • Usage and storage within retail outlets
  • Outlook on enforcement, Compliance and consequences
Hassan Tampuli, Chief Executive Officer, National Petroleum Authority, Ghana
10.30 - 11.00 
‘20k metric tonnes will be available to the national storage grid’: Nigerian Infrastructure, Pricing and Supply
  • Overview and update on key projects: Skid plants, plant automation and transportation infrastructure
  • Assessing pricing stability in line with supply
  • Update on consumption in Nigeria
  • Recognising fire safety precautions and procedures in retail outlets
  • How will developments in the Nigerian LPG market affect LPG in East Africa?
Zayyanu Tambari Yabo, Gas Division, Department Of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria
11.00 - 11.30   Morning Networking Break
11.30 - 12.00
LPG Developments in Ghana
  • Assessing infrastructure needs for commercialisation of LPG
  • Growing investment in LPG in Ghana
  • Regulatory updates in Ghanaian cylinder exchange programme
George Amoako-Adjei, Director of Commercial, Ghana National Gas Company
12.00 - 12.30 Assessing the Israeli LPG Market
  • Market opportunities and threats
  • Market outlook
Chen Bar Yoseph, Head of Fuel & LPG administration, Ministry of Energy, Israel
12.30 - 13:00  Dry Gas Coupling for as Safe and Quick Connection and Disconnection
  • Why is this dry gas coupling superior to existing ones?
  • What will be the spillage at the disconnection?
  • What will be the impact in the area of its application?
  • New coupling for filling and emptying tanks, trucks, boats and tank storage
  • How these couplings increase the safety?
Alain Deleuse, International Business Development, Mann-Tek
 13.00 - 14.00 Networking Lunch and Exhibition Showcase
 14.00 - 14.30 Assessing Affordability of LPG for Low Income Households
  • Addressing the challenges of low income earners when investing in household infrastructure
  • Tackling concerns around cylinder availability and cylinder costs for consumers
  • Major challenges and recommendations 
Clara Mwoyofiri, Energy Development Officer, Ministry of Energy and Power Development, Zimbabwe
14.30 - 15.00 Assessing Local Zambian Challenges in Addressing Continental LPG Developments
  • Tackling local issues on a broader scale: How can East Africa learn from their neighbours?
  • Streamlining operations to maximise resources and development across the continent
  • Plans for future public uptake of LPG within East Africa: What does this mean for growth within the continent?
Samson Muumba, CEO of First Icon Energy Corporation and the Chairman of Africa LPG Association
15.00 - 15.40 Pan-African Collaboration in LPG Panel
  • How can collaboration reduce illegitimate filling?
  • LPG growth on a regional scale: How can neighbours support landlocked countries? 
  • Outlook for LPG in Africa
  • Analysing safety on a regional scale: Addressing challenges in domestic and commercial LPG usage
  • Discussing anti-trust regulation in a vastly expanding market
  • Integrated operations: Assessing logistics through national collaboration
Panellists:
Abdul-Kadir K Ahmed
, Manager - Marketing & Development, Nigeria LNG
Joseph Eromosele
, Executive Secretary and CEO, Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA)
Renzo E. Bee
, Chairman, Policy, Regulation & Development Advisory Group, The Global LPG Partnership

15.40 - 15:50 Chairperson’s Closing Speech and End of Conference
James Gooder
, VP Crude Oil, Argus


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Conference passes include*:

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  • Access to all main conference sessions
  • Access to all networking lunches, receptions and refreshment breaks throughout the main conference
  • One set of conference documentation, including speaker presentations
  • Access to the evening drinks reception
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  • One workshop: "Infrastructure and Storage" (14 March) or "Logistics and Handling" (15 March)
  • An additional 1.5 hours of networking
  • Exclusive face-to-face time with key LPG stakeholders
  • Be the first to learn about the key projects and latest industry developments within your chosen topic
Full Conference Package
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  • Attend the "Infrastructure and Storage" (14 March) and "Logistics and Handling" (15 March) workshops
  • An additional 3 hours of networking
  • Exclusive face-to-face time with key LPG stakeholders, investors, and solution and service providers
  • Gather key intelligence on projects and investment in infrastructure, storage, logistics and handling developments

* Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee. View the conference booking terms and conditions here.

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Compliance
Antitrust compliance reminder

Argus takes compliance with antitrust law seriously. The purpose of Argus Africa LPG conference is to provide participants with high-level updates on the developments in supply and distribution across the African continent, as well as the regulatory and economic environment of key markets. The conference sessions will follow the agenda as circulated.

Argus reminds all participants of the need to be mindful of the requirement to comply with antitrust and competition laws. There should be no discussion of any matters relating to competition among participants, including discussion of individual prices, rates or market strategies and no exchange of information concerning any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Should any participant to this conference attempt to initiate a discussion with other participants on any of these matters, we recommend that other participants end the conversation immediately, and at all times act in accordance with their own antitrust compliance policies and all applicable laws.



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Confirmed Speakers and Advisory Board

Zayyanu Yabo Tambari, Gas Division, Department of Petroleum Resources – Nigeria

Zayyanu Yabo Tambari
, Senior Chemical Engineer, Gas Division, Department of Petroleum Resources – Nigeria

Tambari, Zayyanu Yabo is a Senior Chemical Engineer with the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)-the Petroleum Industry Regulator in Nigeria. His career in DPR spanning almost a decade covers regulatory and monitoring activities in gas operations over the entire value chain from upstream, midstream and downstream operations. He has responsibilities of reviewing and making recommendations to management the grant of approvals and licences of LPG and CNG facilities nationwide.
Zayyanu has attended courses on LPG operations and facilities in Turkey and Germany. He has monitored several LPG/CNG and gas processing plants from design, construction/fabrication, commissioning to start-up. He has attended several conferences and seminars on LPG and other gas related issues at home and abroad. He has considerable policy exposure and experience as part of various teams that developed policies, procedures and guidelines on different areas of gas operations in Nigeria to enhance the regulation of LPG sector in particular and the gas industry in general. He sat on the Panel that developed the implementation strategy of Domestic LPG (DLPG) Policy of the Federal Government of Nigeria under the coordination of the Office of the Vice President of Nigeria, with the target of raising LPG consumption per annum in Nigeria to 10 million metric tonnes in 10 years from the current 400,000 MT.
Zayyanu is extensively travelled both within and outside his country. He plays Chess game as hobby and is married with children.

George Amoako-Adjei

George Amoako-Adjei
, Director of Commercial, Ghana National Gas Company

Mr. George Amoako-Adjei is the Commercial Director of the Ghana National Gas Company, with responsibility for the commercialisation of the indigenous gas from Jubilee, Tano basin offshore and LNG. He was previously General Manager: Commercial & Business Development of the West African Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCo) and Senior Manager, Corporate Finance of Volta River Authority (VRA).

He received a Master of Business Administration in Finance & Operations Research from the University of Edinburgh Business School, Scotland, and graduated in Statistics and Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon. He is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, UK and has worked with Société General-Social Security Bank (SG-SSB) and the London Borough of Lambeth, City Challenge Company Limited, UK, as an Economic Development Manager.

 
Emmanuel 	Mangeni	Director	Ultimate Gas Professionals

Emmanuel Mangeni
, Director, Ultimate Gas Professionals

Emmanuel Mangeni is the Director of Ultimate Gas Professionals Uganda, and Director for Marketing of the Uganda Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association. He has previously worked with companies including Total, Chevron, Hared Petroleum, MTN and Nielsen in Uganda. Emmanuel is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Marketing UK and holds several industry certificates specializing in LPG and petroleum products marketing. He has been actively involved as a panellist, speaker and delegate at global LPG conferences across Africa. He has carried out consultation work on the Uganda LPG market for various organizations including CNOOC, Jade Petroleum, SHV Energy, RTS Global Partners, Quality Gas and the Uganda government, among others. Emmanuel sits on the Uganda National Bureau of Standards Technical Committee on LPG, and is due to carry out a comprehensive baseline study of the LPG industry in Uganda and make recommendations to the energy ministry for the development of the LPG sector in Uganda. He holds an MBA from Makerere University.
Samson 	Muumba 	CEO	Fiecorp

Samson Muumba
, CEO & Chairman, First Icon Energy Corporation (FIECORP) and the Chairman of Africa LPG Association

Samson has over 15 years in senior positions. His current focus is on steering sector development in implementing a successful migration to LPG in Zambia at domestic level away from a dependence on hydroelectricity. He is spearheading a campaign on LPG4All in Zambia.
He is also the Vice-President for the Chemical society of Zambia, which is hosted by the University of Zambia under the school of Natural sciences department of chemistry.

Nkechi 	Obi	Executive Vice Chairman	Techno Oil

Nkechi Obi,
Executive Vice Chairman, Techno Oil

Mrs. Nkechi Obi, MON, FNIM, is the Executive Vice-Chairman of Techno Oil Ltd, Nigeria’s foremost Oil and Gas Company. Mrs. Obi is a visionary and astute business woman, who presides over the Techno Oil Group, a diversified conglomerate with subsidiaries and interests, spanning across Oil and Gas, Aviation, Power, Real Estate and Banking.

Mrs. Obi has had a distinguished career in ExxonMobil, where she received many commendations and awards to show for her performance. She left ExxonMobil to venture into private business.
She brought zest, professionalism and international best practice into Techno Oil and in no time she positioned the company as a leader in the emerging indigenous oil and gas sector. Her company took advantage of the local content initiative and deregulation policy of the Nigerian government. She nurtured the company to remarkable success. Techno Oil has today established itself as a leading oil and gas company in Nigeria with annual revenues in excess of $400 million dollars and a staff strength of over 500 personnel.

Mrs. Obi belongs to many professional bodies. She is a Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of management, FNIM,  and a  Council Member of the LCCI, Institute of Directors (IOD), Nigeria Economic Summit Group and Committee of Women Elders of the LCCI. She holds a B.Sc. in Economics and she is an alumna of the prestigious Lagos and Harvard Business Schools. She is an expert in strategy and business development with experience spanning over 25 years in the petroleum industry.

  Maqubela Tseliso, Deputy Director General, Petroleum and Petroleum Product Regulations Department of Energy, South Africa
  Abel Mungai Mathaga, LPG Bulk Sales Manager, Total
  James Grobler, Managing Director, Cengas
   Chen Bar-Yoseph, Head of Fuel & LPG Administration, Ministry of Energy, Israel
  Hassan Tampuli, Chief Executive Officer, National Petroleum Authority, Ghana
  Abdullahi Bayero, DM LPG Sales, Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC)
  Michael Kelly, Deputy Managing Director, WLPGA
  Ronald Ndoro, Director of Operations Kensys Gas and the Interim President of Zimbabwe Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association
  Abdul-Kadir K Ahmed, Manager - Marketing & Development, Nigeria LNG
  Clara Mwoyofiri, Energy Development Officer, Ministry of Energy and Power Development, Zimbabwe
   Julio Mamadu Balde, Secretary General, Agency for Management and Cooperation between Senegal and Guinea - Bissau

   Akin Akinfemiwa, Group CEO, Forte Oil

  Taiwo Adepoju, Head, Strategy & Support, Pinnacle Oil & Gas
  Alain Deleuse, International Business Development, Mann-Tek
  James Gooder, VP Crude Oil, Argus
  Joseph Eromosele, Executive Secretary and CEO, Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA)
  Renzo E. Bee, Chairman, Policy, Regulation & Development Advisory Group, The Global LPG Partnership
  David Appleton, Senior LPG Analyst, Argus



See who you could connect with at Argus Africa LPG 2018

Representatives from LPG suppliers, traders, marketing and distribution companies, governments and regulators will gather on 14-15 March 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss common challenges, offer practical strategies to improve access to LPG across the continent and build strong business relations.

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Regular attendees include:

  • Ministry of Energy, South Africa
  • NNPC
  • Total
  • Vopak
  • ENGIE
  • Shell International Eastern Trading Company
  • Avedia Energy
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Types of companies:

  • LPG suppliers
  • Shipping and logistics
  • Cylinder suppliers
  • Equipment and accessory suppliers
  • Integrated energy companies
  • Trading houses
  • Marketing and distribution companies

Sample of job titles:

  • CEO, President, Managing Director
  • Heads of LPG
  • Business Development and Commercial Director
  • Regional Director and Head of Africa/ EMEA
  • Trader, Trading Manager
  • Sales and Export Director  


Delegate Feedback


“Very well organised and done professionally. Argus have very helpful staff. A must for all companies to support them!”
- Frederick van der Westhuizen
– Managing Director, Omal, South Africa

“Excellent event, well organised and managed. Looking forward to next year. Congratulations!”

- Michael Kelly
WLPGA

“Wonderfully organised with deep content.”

- Frank Amego


“The Argus Africa LPG was a very timely intervention for the development of African LPG market. More of these efforts are required to achieve the set goal.”

- Benedict Oji
GTHI, Nigeria

"It was great to be here, the conference had great speakers. I look forward to another insightful topic and discussions in the future conference.”

- Yaro Kasambata
National Petroleum Authority, Ghana

"Informative sessions. Liked the data from different countries.”

- Kwesi Tina
Standard Bank

“It was a knowledge based conference. A lot has been learnt…”

- Edward Nuwamanyk
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda

For more information about the 2018 Africa LPG conference, please contact the team on:

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“A great conference, both the agenda and the setting. Thank you to Argus for taking the initiative. See you next year.
Gambetta Nacro, Director General, DG SONABHY

“The conference was an eye opener for me and an excellent opportunity to network with players in LPG. Hope to attend the next conference.
Andrew Guri, Engineer, Petroleum Infrastructure, Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority

“Good networking, great coverage about many different African countries.
Jerome Ryu, Trader, SK Gas

“Very good content, all the presentations were interesting so excellent choice of speakers.
Alison Abbot, Communications Director, WLPGA

“My objective to meet prospective clients was fulfilled!
Rishad Khan, Managing Director, Fluor Igoda

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