Lagos Chamber Of Commerce & Industry Happy With Dangote Refinery

The President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Mr. Babatunde Paul Ruwase has described as magnificent and spectacular the impact the Dangote Oil Refinery project would have on the Nigeria's downstream petroleum sector.

Ruwase, who led members of the chamber on a tour of Dangote Jetty, Refinery and Fertilizer plants recently in Lagos, expressed excitement over the pace of work at the Refinery and Fertilizer plants, which he described as a game changer for the Nigeria oil sector.

He commended the President/Chief Executive of Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote for the enormous investment in Africa, saying, "Dangote's patriotism remains unparalleled when it comes to investment and that his investments in many sectors have been a key factor behind Nigeria's improving economy. Dangote is doing so much to positively impact the lives of Nigerians through the production of household products."

He said the world is waiting for Dangote Oil Refinery project to bail Nigeria out from the clutches of importation of petroleum products. "This project is the first of its kind. There is no investor in Nigeria that has developed the courage to come up with such gigantic project.

From what we have seen today, we now have a better perception about the project. From what we have seen on ground, it shows that the project is a reality and it is possible for Nigeria to become exporter of petroleum product," he said.

He also commended the company for building a jetty to carter for the movement of heavy equipment to the refinery site. "This will greatly reduce the congestion at Apapa port and also help to cut down traffic on the Apapa road," he added.

Ruwase therefore appealed to other investors to thread the pact of Dangote by investing heavily in the Nigerian economy.

Speaking on the progress made so far, Head, Quality Assurance/Quality Control, Dangote Oil Refinery Company Limited, Rama Rao Putta, described the project as the largest single train petroleum refinery in the world with capacity to process 650,000 barrels per day of crude oil.

He said the refinery will lead to the protection of forex revenue of around $16 billion a year at current market prices and saving of $10 billion a year through domestic supplies of petroleum products.

Putta said that the refinery is going to create 100,000 indirect employments through retail outlets and ease availability of petroleum products in the country.

He noted that the company has completed the training of the first and second batches of Nigerian Engineers in India and that the employees were being acclimatized at site.

Speaking also at the event, General Manager of Dangote Fertilizer Limited, Anurag Jaiswal, described Dangote Fertiliser project as the largest granulated urea fertilizer complex coming up in the entire fertilizer industry history in the world.

 

He put the investment at $2 billion with capacity to handle three million tonnes yearly. Jaiswal, said the impact on the economy of Nigeria and the entire region cannot be over-emphasized.

"This is going to be one of the largest single capacity complex in the world producing in total 8,000 tonnes of urea daily. We'll be having two trains of ammonia and two trains of urea and each train will produce 4,000 tonnes. So in a year it will be 3 million tonnes.

"It is much expensive to import from abroad due to freight cost but it will certainly be cheaper if you are importing from Nigeria. It will have a huge impact on the Nigerian economy because we will be saving a lot of foreign exchange," he noted.

Africa Oil Week's Programme Expanded

Africa Oil Week, the leading international oil and gas event set to take place in Cape Town, South Africa on the 5 – 9 November 2018, will build on 25 years of success by adding a host of sessions and initiatives to their conference programme tailored towards driving transactions, deal-making and new partnerships.

Brand new for 2018 is the AOW Prospect Forum, held in partnership with AAPG and open to ICE delegates, where National Oil Companies, Independents and Geo-service Companies will take to the stage to showcase open acreage, broker farm-out opportunities and present data viewings.

Alongside the Prospect Forum, AOW's Seminar Theatre will also feature varied content across the week. Ministers and CEOs of state owned enterprises from countries including: Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Madagascar and Uganda will be hosting exclusive roadshows and bidding rounds highlighting licensing and investment opportunities to global operators and investors.

The African Local Content Forum, held in partnership with the Nigeria Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and sponsored by Shell, will host case studies and dedicated panel discussions on three key aspects of Local Content: Workforce Development, Policy and Private Sector on Wednesday 7 November.

This year's event will showcase the AOWomen Initiative, which is designed to mainstream women in energy, develop blueprints for capacity building and gender equality to ensure women have a presence and a voice in shaping energy policy across Africa.

The AOWomen Initiative will kick off with an exclusive breakfast briefing sponsored by Noble Energy on Thursday 8 November. Speakers will include Pam Darwin, Vice President – Africa of ExxonMobil and Mahawa Kaba-Wheeler, Director for Women, Gender & Development at the Africa Union.

AOW will also see the launch of the Student Programme and Future Leaders Initiative. New for 2018, the Future Leaders Initiative offers a half-price ticket to those getting started in the industry, providing a key opportunity for the leaders of tomorrow to network with peers and keep up to date with latest industry trends.

The Student programme will draw over 100 final-year students from leading pan-continental institutions including the University of Cape Town and the University of Namibia, with the aim to inspire a new wave of talent.

The programme grants students access to two days of content at AOW, including two dedicated sessions on capacity development led by Lindiwe Mekwe, CEO of Petroleum Agency South Africa, and Heads of Talent from leading industry organisations.

As Africa Oil Week shifts its focus towards becoming a deal brokering, finance and FID centred  platform, it becomes a must attend business development event like no other in the industry. The Summit will also host a live panel broadcast on CNBC Africa on the morning of Thursday 8 November surrounding future funding models in the African energy sector.

This session will cover topics such as global funding, M&A in the African upstream and funding strategies, presented by expert panellists including: Solomon Asamoah, CEO, Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund, Paul McDade, CEO, Tullow Oil and Somit Varma, Managing Director, Warburg Pincus LLC.

Directly following the CNBC panel will be three dedicated breakout sessions focusing on the role of global finance in the African upstream and how to drive transactions. These sessions will be moderated by leading industry figures from Latham & Watkins and Deloitte.

 

With an expected audience of 1,300 attendees from over 70 countries, the 2018 Africa Oil Week has truly evolved into the only true go-to event for the African hydrocarbon sector.  

Germany, Ghana Investors Commits To G20 Compact With Africa

By Malise Otoo

According to www.compactwithafrica.org,"The G20 Compact with Africa (CwA) was initiated under the German G20 Presidency to promote private investment in Africa, including in infrastructure.

The CwA’s primary objective is to increase attractiveness of private investment through substantial improvements of the macro, business and financing frameworks.

It brings together reform-minded African countries, international organizations and bilateral partners from G20 and beyond to coordinate country-specific reform agendas, support respective policy measures and advertise investment opportunities to private investors. The initiative is demand-driven and open to all African countries. Since its launch in 2017, the CwA has sparked great interest". 

Following this move, a Germany Ghana Investors forum has been held simultaneously in Berlin and Accra with the aim of bringing together key investors and stakeholders in the realization of the compact.

Speaking during his keynote address on the Private Sector Business Environment in Ghana, Hans Peter Lankes, IFC Vice President, Economics & Private Sector expressed satisfaction about the Private Sector and SME Business climate in Ghana and the effort the Government of Ghana is making to promote an enabling environment for most businesses to thrive across the country.

He stated,'' IFC is active, long-term investor in Ghana, recognizes its potential and good track record. With over $4 billion in total investment commitments since 2008, Ghana is third largest portfolio in Africa''.

It must be said that the G20 compact will benefit Africa in many ways especially coming at the time of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area. It will not only strengthen the capacity of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) on the continent, but also help open up the system for Intra-Africa Free Trade and the EU. 

The African Continental Free Trade Area is the result of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement among all 55 members of the African Union. If ratified, the agreement would result in the largest free-trade area in terms of participating countries since the formation of the World Trade Organization.On his part, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has reaffirmed Ghana’s commitment to the compact, describing the country as, ‘‘a haven of peace, security, and Rule of Law’’.

gain, he assured investors of their investments saying that their investments are protected by facts and in law.

The President of Ghana also reiterated that the G20 Compact with Africa will help promote job creation.

Lastly, Ghana’s Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta expressed similar views describing Ghana haven made significant progress in the Macroeconomic environment. He made particular mention of the Fintech sector and says he sees a great opportunity for Ghana.  

Madagascar announces the opening of the Madagascar bidding round at Africa Oil Week

OMNIS, in partnership with Africa Oil Week, TGS and BGP, announce a licensing round in Madagascar, to be launched at Africa Oil Week, 5-9th November 2018.

The bidding round continues to highlight the importance of the Oil Week and the fact that it continues to drive new business opportunities for exploration companies in Africa. Paul Sinclair, Conference Director added "The Madagascar bidding round offers a level of excitement that we have never experienced before at the Oil Week.

On top of the 15 confirmed ministers who will lead delegations to Africa Oil Week, we now have a partnership with the Government of Madagascar, TGS and BGP to host what is clearly one of the most exciting round on the continent since the Cote d`Ivoire bidding round in 2017."

Exploration in Madagascar began in the early 20th century with the discovery of heavy oil-rich sedimentary basins in the west, however this frontier region remains relatively under-explored. The Island shares a maritime boundary with Mozambique, which is in the same oil province where large quantities of natural gas have been discovered.

Studies conducted in collaboration with TGS and BGP have resulted in new data that suggest there is significant potential for future discoveries both on and offshore.

"With the aim of intensifying offshore exploration activities, we are delighted to announce that OMNIS will be inviting investment from interested parties, during a licensing round to start in November 2018. We are working together with TGS and BGP to create an attractive environment for exploration in the offshore, and we are confident that this will signal the start of renewed investment for the upstream oil sector in Madagascar," Voahangy Nirina Radarson, General Manager of OMNIS, commented. 

The Madagascar Bidding round will ensure the 2018 Africa Oil Week will be the most exciting Oil Week to date. Alongside the Republic of Uganda Roadshow and the Republic of Congo Bidding Round, Africa Oil Week 2018 is set to be the biggest platform for new ventures in the African Oil and Gas sector.

 

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Mozambique Stakeholders To Meet At Maputo Gas Summit

With LNG market dynamics set to change from fears of oversupply to buoyant demand coming from China and rest of Asia, investors have confidently been backing more LNG projects in countries which are emerging as new gas players – among them Mozambique.

The country has seen the only LNG FID reached in 2017 from the ENI's Coral floating LNG facility off the coast of Mozambique with shareholder ExxonMobil. Separately, Anadarko - Mozambique LNG onshore facility is not far behind with their FID expected for the first half of 2019.

The CWC Group in partnership with ENH, Mozambique's national hydrocarbons agency, have been driving forwards the gas and LNG industry by hosting the official gas and LNG summit in the country.

Now in its 5th edition, the Mozambique Gas Summit & Exhibition with the support of MIREME and INP will take place in Maputo, Mozambique, from 31 October – 2 November 2018. This edition aims to highlight the bright prospects and promote successful collaborations between international and local companies.

Presenting to the attendees, first hand, will be the very parties involved in the creation of the gas projects like H.E. Ernesto Max Tonela, Minister of Mineral Resources & Energy, Republic of Mozambique, H.E. Júlio Parruque, Governor of Province Cabo Delgado, Republic of Mozambique, Steve Wilson, Vice President & Country Manager, Anadarko, Carlos Zacarias, President and INP Omar Mithá, Chairman & CEO, ENH.

This year's programme has been built to address the requirements for the next stages of development post FID, including National Content regulations, Corporate Social Responsibility and technology efficiencies.

Others are positioning Mozambique as a Regional Gas Hub, Financing for the gas and LNG projects, Gas Monetisation, New gas markets for Mozambique and

Powering Mozambique's Industrialization

The event is organised with support from industry stakeholders Anadarko, Mozambique LNG, ExxonMobil, Subsea 7, Enmar, Baker Hughes a GE Company, TechnipFMC, Sasol, Poten & Partners, Wartsila and G4S.

In addition to the three days of discussions, questions and answers sessions and keynotes, the Summit will also feature the anticipated '2nd Outstanding Women's Forum' and the 2nd edition of the 'Mozambique Gas and LNG Awards'.

Senegal Tells Global Oil Investors To Invest In Local Capacity Building

Senegal is determined to become the new frontrunner of Africa's local content development. This is the conclusion of a local content forum held in Dakar on Thursday, organized by Les Conférences du Quotidien and hosted by the African Energy Chamber and Centurion.

Presided by Prime Minister Mahammed Boun Abdallah Dionne, the forum highlighted the potential for Senegal to redefine African standards for domestic capacity building and governance in the continent's hydrocarbons sector.

"Local content is a necessity," declared the Senegalese Prime Minister during the event. "Encouraging the development of local SMEs throughout the value chain is of prime importance, as is the formation and training of Senegalese to boost national capacity and employability."

The history of Senegal's hydrocarbons sector is that of a toddler stepping into a giant's shoe. The discovered gas reserves in the Turtle field alone are such that they could propel Senegal into a major LNG hub for Africa and the rest of the world.

But for a country which has so far produced only limited gas quantity from onshore fields, taking such a big leap is not without its fears and challenges.

As Senegal expands its oil and gas exploration and development efforts, putting in place the right regulatory and governance frameworks will ensure the sustainability and social responsibility of its nascent hydrocarbons industry. The time to forge these is now, and a local content development framework must be the priority.

The development of robust and transparent regulations, which put local capacity building at the heart of policy-making, would provide Senegal with a very efficient framework to attract investments and boost local socio-economic development.

"By being the latest entrant into Africa's hydrocarbons history, Senegal has the opportunity to learn from the successes and failures of its neighbors," explained NJ Ayuk, executive chairman of the African Energy Chamber and CEO of Centurion.  

"Local content is not corporate social responsibility. While the government must create an enabling environment, it is up to Senegalese people and companies to seize the opportunities offered by the country's nascent oil & gas industry."

As it embarks on this journey, Senegal has assets and qualities to build on. It has lessons to draw from its neighbors and African peers, and very strong institutions that can increase the chances of avoiding inefficiencies and corruption witnessed in other African jurisdictions.

It is also a very stable country, whose economy has posted robust growth rates for years, and currently led by a President who understands the industry and is a former head of the country's national oil company.

If its economy remains diversified and its oil wealth is used to further develop social infrastructure and support other growing industries, Senegal stands a great chance to be one of Africa's best oil and gas economies.

Fish Farmers In Cameroon Get €84m AfDB Loan

The African Development Bank Group has extended a loan of €84 million to Cameroon to support livestock and fish production in the central African country in line with the Bank's strategies to create jobs and raise household incomes.

The loan, approved by the Bank's Board on Wednesday, will support the modernization of beef, pork and fish production, with significant improvements to food and nutrition in the country.

Both the Bank and the Government of Cameroon are implementing strategic policies aimed at improving food and nutritional security, reducing poverty and improving production infrastructure in rural areas.

The Bank's signature High 5s strategy includes policies to feed Africa, industrialize the continent and improve the quality of life of its people. 

The project approved by the Board will specifically target raising standards and competitiveness in such key livestock value chains as genetics improvement, feeding, slaughter, processing, conservation and transportation. For fish production, the focus will be on rearing, conservation, storage, and processing. 

While the project has a national scope, the Cameroon government has identified three main target areas – the North-West for production, and Central and Coastal for consumption. The impact of the cross-cutting actions involved will, however, be felt in the other regions of the country as well.  

Key beneficiaries of the project will be stockbreeders and their cooperatives who constitute 45% of the pastoral sector labour force; fish farmers, input producers and sellers, traders, women wholesale fishmongers and processing operators. In addition, up to 350 higher education graduates will be trained and settled as business leaders. 

The project's total cost is estimated at €99.27million (CFAF 65.113 billion. The bank will provide a loan of € 84.00 million (CFAF 55.100 billion) (while the government will contribute €15.27 million (CFAF 10 billion) in counterpart funding.

 

Africa Oil Week Announces Partnership With SuperReturn Africa

Africa Oil Week (AOW) recently announced their partnership with SuperReturn. This new partnership offers delegates attending SuperReturn Africa, the continent's biggest investor conference, access to Africa Oil Week on Thursday 8 November 2018.

For operators across the continent, raising capital remains one of the biggest challenges; whether it is funding exploration and production, or financing key infrastructure projects that will secure asset monetization for the long term.

Africa Oil Week, in partnership with SuperReturn Africa, will now be able to offer an enhanced environment for operators to meet prospective financial partners, as well as ministers, senior government officials, national and independent oil company executives to exchange ideas and network.

In celebration of this exciting partnership, Africa Oil Week will be welcoming SuperReturn delegates to attend AOW on Thursday 8 November. The day will kick off with a live panel debate on 'Global Funding Strategies and M&A for the African Upstream' broadcast on CNBC Africa.

Speakers confirmed for this important panel include Samaila Zubairu, President & CEO of the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), Solomon Asamoah, CEO of the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund and Paul McDade, CEO of Tullow Oil.

Following the live broadcast, AOW will host two breakout finance sessions addressing some of the key issues raised in the CNBC panel in greater detail, these include: the role of global finance in the African upstream and how to drive transactions in African infrastructure.

Through this partnership, AOW looks forward to welcoming the continent's most active energy investors who will gain unrivalled access to the opportunities spread across Africa's upstream oil and gas markets.

"We are really excited to announce this partnership with SuperReturn Africa. This partnership will allow us to continue to provide a business and intelligence transaction platform and meeting place for Africa's upstream oil and gas markets." – Paul Sinclair, Conference Director, Africa Oil Week.

Africa Welcomes First Ever Full-Stream Oil, Gas & Energy Transformation Dais

Speaking on Africa's hydrocarbon development, Niall Kramer, CEO, South African Oil and Gas Alliance (SAOGA) said, "Growing a gas economy in South Africa and regionally is imperative.

We need to do this to partner and to enable renewables but fundamentally to provide the catalyst for the sorely needed growth, business activity and jobs that give us the opportunities for inclusive growth.  

The wherewithal that oil and gas can bring is potentially large, but to know that we must explore for indigenous gas and import LNG. Policy attractiveness is certainty needed, as are regional partnerships.

The biggest opportunity I see is the massive proven gas resources in Mozambique alongside South Africa as the largest industrial economy in Africa. My vision is the region becomes like the North Sea. But with good weather." 

The global energy industry has been experiencing a radical transformation in recent years. Replacing large-scale nuclear and fossil fuel power stations, the energy supply of the future will be secured by millions of decentralized renewable energy plants in combination with intelligent storage, distribution and consumption solutions for existing oil & gas resources.  

A new beginning

Africa's newly launched meeting point, the Future Energy Africa Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference 2018,  propositions a power packed 3-day exhibition and conference, dedicated to advancing future oil, gas and energy solutions for the continent.

With far reaching industry collaboration, under the esteemed patronage of the Department of Energy of the Republic of South Africa, the event will provide in-depth analysis and an honest reflection of Africa's set to revolutionize the future.

In addition, the event provides an intensive tour across Africa, revealing insights on the issues confronting Africa's future commercial, business and socio-economic trajectories.  

International industry support

The event is supported by numerous international industry associations including South African Oil & Gas Alliance (SAOGA), South African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SACCI), European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), Association for the Development of Energy in Africa (ADEA), Power Africa (a USAID initiative), Oil & Gas Safety 

Council (OGSC), Petroleum club of Romania, Nigerian Gas Association and CEDIGAZ. 

Driving the conversation forward

As Sub-Saharan Africa charges towards a low carbon energy future, events such as the Future Energy Africa Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference 2018 provide valuable forums for the international oil, gas and future energy industry to debate the issues directly with Africa's leaders.

Projected to attract over 1,500 trade visitors, 50+ exhibiting companies, 120+ conference and technical speakers and 300+ delegates, the three-day event promises to be a valuable platform for interactive networking and knowledge exchange.

Who will you meet?

  • Government Leaders
  • National Oil Companies
  • International Oil Companies
  • Independent Oil & Gas Operators
  • Financiers & Investors
  • Gas & LNG Companies
  • Integrated Energy Companies
  • Technology Providers
  • Power Generation
  • Transmission & Distribution
  • Legal & Industry Analysts  

4 Reasons to Visit

  • Visit the exhibition & technical seminar and network with resource owners looking for partners to help them get the most from their assets through operational excellence, cost effectiveness and profitability
  • Register & learn about new technologies and solutions that integrated energy companies are bringing to some of the most complex challenges facing the global oil and gas sector today
  • Attend to explore products and services from 50+ exhibiting companies including contractors, service companies and technology providers across the full value chain from more than 20 countries worldwide
  • Join hundreds of trade professionals to identify new business opportunities, market trends, and potential business partners. Learn from global experts and benefit from business conducted during the event 

Why Future Energy Africa?

  • Meet with Ministers from across Africa to address the industry on country strategies
  • Centre of Technical Excellence Seminar Learn about latest technologies boosting efficiency and lowering costs
  • Policy makers discuss confronting challenges of transformation
  • Country Market Focus with unrivalled insight from Eastern-Western-Southern Africa regions
  • Forge new operating models that will challenge conventional practices
  • FEA TV: A dedicated platform for on-stage interviews, "in conversation" dialogues, digitization megatrends, corporate commercials, knowledge sharing and industry insight.
  • Renewables in Africa: Tap into development initiatives and solutions supporting the advancement of renewable energy in Africa
  • Finance & Investment focus for equitable economic growth and enhanced bi-lateral trade
  • On-stage Interview with Africa's large upstream independent explorers led by CNBC Africa
  • Africa's Natural Gas  inspect how the continent will succeed in it's role to decrease the carbon footprint
  • Increasing & Strengthening Local Content address challenges and opportunities for capacity building
  • IOC-NOCs Panel Discussion reinventing strategies for a sustainable energy future
  • Prime networking opportunities to facilitate dialogue between senior level executives and decision makers
  • Global Exposure to international and domestic oil, gas & energy value chain
  • Power Generation meet with Utilities and IPPs, build strategic partnerships to meet Africa's growing energy demand

Gas Summit To Open Up Opportunities In Equatorial Guinea

Since the discovery of significant oil reserves in the 1990s, natural gas exploitation and export have become one of the most important assets and economy drivers in Equatorial Guinea.

As often expressed by the Government, the country has a vision to become the region's Gas Hub, which entails close cooperation with local and international energy companies.

On the wave of recent developments in the Equatoguinean gas market, and with the vast interest from international and local investors, SONAGAS G.E. and the CWC Group will host the Equatorial Guinea Gas Summit and Exhibition under the auspices of the Ministry of Mines & Hydrocarbons and GEPetrol.

This important regional meeting will take place at the Sipopo Congress Center, Malabo, on 4 and 5 October 2018 as part of the country's 50th Independence Anniversary celebrations.

'I am delighted to be delivering the opening keynote address and sharing the President and Government's vision and making important announcements that will help boost the oil and gas sector in country' expressed H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons who will deliver a keynote address following the opening remarks from the country's President, H.E. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

The Equatorial Guinea Gas Summit will feature the participation of international delegations from Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Tchad and others. Distinguished speakers include:

  • E. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  • E. Gabriel M Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines & Hydrocarbons, Equatorial Guinea
  • E. Lucas Abaga Nchama, Minister of Finance, Economy and Planning, Equatorial Guinea
  • Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  • Juan Antonio Ndong Ondo, Director General, SONAGAS, G.E.
  • Antonio Oburu Ondo, Director General, GEPetrol
  • Hilaire Kabore, Director General, Sonabhy Burkina Faso
  • Tahir Hamid Nguilin, Societé des Hydrocarbures du Tchad, Republic of Tchad

The event is organised with support from industry stakeholders: Noble Energy, Marathon Oil, EG LNG, Atlantic Methanol Production Company, Kosmos Energy, Trident Energy, Ophir, Shell, Mitsui and Marubeni.

The two-day programme will include ample networking opportunities with government and stakeholders alongside the Summit sessions which will address the opportunities and challenges in the upstream, midstream and downstream.

 

 

 

 

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