Previously held in South Africa, Africa Energy Week has now moved to Accra, Ghana and will deliver a 3 day programme to focus on promoting investment within Africa’s thriving hydrocarbon sector, specifically focusing upon Gulf of Guinea Oil & Gas, African Local Content and the East Africa region.
The Gulf of Guinea Oil & Gas Conference has enjoyed 13 successful events in London and will now focus on strengthening its regional roots. Featuring case studies from Nigeria, Angola, Ghana and Equatorial Guinea, as well as Ministers and senior government representatives such as Dr Joe Oteng Adjei, Minister of Energy, Ghana, Gabriel Obiang Lima, Minister Delegate, Mines, Industry and Energy, Equatorial Guinea, H.E. William Ngeleja, Minister of Energy & Minerals, Tanzania and H.E. Ogunlade Davidson, Minister of Energy & Water Resources, Sierra Leone to name few, the sessions will address issues and developments, as well as potential business developments for the Gulf.
Africa Energy Week fully focuses on the development of the African nations’ resources. The speaker line-up for the programme will feature representatives from the continent’s respective governments, as well as from national and international companies operating within the various regions. This year’s event is the 3rd edition of African Energy Week; previous events have welcomed over 300 delegates from across the continent, past attendees and exhibitors include delegation from PetroSA, Shell Nigeria, ExxonMobil, EG LNG, GEPetrol, Sonangol.
The conference will run on 20, 21, 22 and 23 September. Africa Energy Week will also feature a Pan African Oil & Gas Exhibition which will run on 21, 22 and 23 September. For more information on Africa Energy Week please visit www.cwcaew.com.
Notes to Editors:
1. African Energy Week is taking place in Accra, Ghana, on 20,21,22,23 April 2011
2. For more details about the conference, exhibition, speakers and guests including bios, please contact: Joanna Kotyrba on +44 20 7978 0092 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
3. About the CWC Group Limited: The event is organised by the CWC Group, an award-winning company which specialises in energy and infrastructure, developing knowledge, creating commercial opportunities and strategic solutions for government and industry by offering professional training, conferences and exhibitions for more information about the CWC Group’s work please visit www.thecwcgroup.com
4. For more information about Africa Energy Week, please visit: www.cwcaew.com
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