East Africa Oil & Gas is set to become the leading event for East African governments, national and international oil companies to announce their future plans, launch new projects and cement regional and international collaborations.
Exclusive declarations will be made by Ministers and senior representatives from across the region. Tanzania’s Minister for Energy & Minerals, Hon Sospeter Muhongo will deliver an update on Tanzanian gas opportunities in the rift basins of Lake Eyasi, Lake Manyara, Lake Natron, Selous, Kisangire, Mandawa as well as other deepwater opportunities.
H.E. Sinknesh Ejigu, Ethiopia’s Minister of Mines will address the growing potential of the East African region and the vast opportunities for regional and international investors.
Sumayya Athmani, Managing Director of National Oil Corporation, Kenya is to analyse the potential for onshore and deepwater opportunities, especially Block 14T as well as discuss the role of the Kenyan NOC in petroleum exploration and the new legislative outlook.
Ministers together with senior representatives from national oil companies and major industry players will discuss the role of East African countries as a future global energy player and the fact the region could become Australia’s greatest LNG competitor.
The event is supported by Ethiopia’s Ministry of Mines, Ministry for Energy & Minerals, Tanzania, National Oil Corporation, Kenya, Mozambique’s Petromoc and is expected to bring together more than 300 top executives, decision-makers and leaders in the field from countries around the region and internationally.
It will provide a great opportunity to network and participate in a variety of meetings and discussions regarding the region’s energy future and the continued development of hydrocarbons in the area.
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