Former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency Olusegun Obasanjo, will lead a team of established personalities who will chair this year’s Africa Oil Week in November.
Others are Rt Hon Mark Simmonds, Former Minister for Africa MP, United Kingdom, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Mr. Carlos Lopes, Former Executive Secretary of United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
They’ll be working alongside the Africa Oil Week Industry Advisory Board, to bring you the very best, content-rich conference experience, uncovering the latest trends, topics, and deal-making opportunities Africa-wide.
Over 1,100 professionals from across the globe take part in Africa Oil Week every year - making the show the meeting place for the continent’s oil and gas industry. Africa Oil Week will take place on take place from 5 to 9 November 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Government officials, NOCs, majors, independents, lawmakers, technical experts, and more meet in Cape Town every year to define the continent’s energy future – and to expand business cooperation.
This year the event will look at will not only reflect on the experiences and learnings from a quarter century of exploration and production, but will set the agenda for new projects, partnerships and business transactions that will determine the future of the continent’s hydrocarbon sector.
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