14th Southern Africa Oil & Gas Energy

Upstream*Midstream*Downstream Oil/Gas*Power*Energy*Future Fuels Key Focus Southern Africa Oil-Gas & Energy Landscapes Strategy: Governements & Companies Political Economy: Energy Markets
 
 
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Dec. 10, 2012 - PRLog -- Our 14th Southern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Strategy Briefing 2013 will be held on the 5th March 2013, at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. Leading insights on Southern Africa’s Oil/Gas-Power-Energy landscapes, political economy and Government/Company strategies will be the key focus, with Presentations by Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman of Global Pacific & Partners, and we hope that you will join us –on which please see the Attachment.

The large and growing Southern African oil, gas and energy/coal complex - including future fuels in the form of Gas-to Liquids, Coal-Bed Methane and CTL, eventual LNG, biofuels, ethanol and renewables - has created a larger and more integrated market to underpin economic growth and future development. The 14th Southern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Strategy Briefing presents a timely, in-depth assessment for decision-makers on key strategic shifts that will impact Governments, companies, investors, financiers, and service/supply industries within one of Africa's most energy-critical regions. In many Southern African countries exploration and development ventures in oil/gas are moving forward, and upstream jfmnr projects are higher on the corporate agenda, with new acreage leasing, and drilling, plus with targets such as heavy oil development based on large proven oil reserves.

Southern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Landscapes: will regional economic growth recover and sustain over 2012-20?
How will the oil/gas and energy profile shift and what resources and reserves exist to meet growing market demands?
Can state Institutions cope with growing energy demand and how will local oil and gas production meet domestic needs?
Review opportunities and emerging challenges facing foreign investors and corporate investors
With insights on the political economy: oil-gas/energy markets: Governments, state Companies, private corporate players

For more information please contact: amanda@glopac-partners.com
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