Join PETAN in Houston 1-4 May at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Nigeria Pavilion, stand 560 and meet with the team driving the 2nd West African International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (WAIPEC) to secure your exclusive sign up discount and involvement in WAIPEC 2018.
The event will be returning to Lagos for its second edition 6-8th February 2018 following hugely positive feedback from the inaugural WAIPEC which took place at the Eko Convention Centre in February.
Over 350 delegates and over 200 participating companies took part in WAIPEC 2017, which over two days–through topical debates and speaker sessions, offered exclusive insight in to how to unlock strategic value within West Africa’s oil and gas sector, how to leverage innovation, best practice and technology to grow the industry and how to remain competitive in a tough global market. Click here for more details
The West African International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (WAIPEC) will return to Lagos, in Nigeria, for its second edition 6-8th February 2018.
The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN), which backs the new gabfest, says that the second edition is insured by the “hugely positive feedback from the inaugural event” which took place at the Eko Convention Centre in February 2017.
“Over 350 delegates and over 200 participating companies took part in WAIPEC 2017”, PETAN says in a release. Through topical debates and speaker sessions over two days, “the conference offered exclusive insight in to how to unlock strategic value within West Africa’s oil and gas sector, how to leverage innovation, best practice and technology to grow the industry and how to remain competitive in a tough global market”, the statement declares.
“An international exhibition ran alongside the conference showcasing all of the latest products and services from companies”, PETAN reports. “Speakers and participating organisations included representatives from The Nigerian National Petroleum Company, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Companies Ltd, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, First E&P Development Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board.
“WAIPEC’s programme for 2018 will build on the progress of 2017 and will once again be driven by an esteemed steering committee, representing a cross section of key stakeholders from the Nigerian oil and gas industry”.
Bank Anthony Okoroafor, Chairman of PETAN commented; “WAIPEC 2017 provided a great platform for the very best representatives from across the West African energy industry to come together and discuss, deliberate and share their insight and knowledge towards creating beneficial strategies for the betterment of all areas of the industry. After some fantastic feedback and much demand, we are delighted to announce that WAIPEC will return for 2018, where we will continue the conversation and hopefully reflect on the progress that has been made from 2017.”
The Conference calls on all to visit www.waipec.com for full details and registration.
Over a four day period, more than 25,000 delegates are expected to participate in the 7th North Africa Petroleum Exhibition & Conference from 21st to 24th March 2017, at the Convention Center, Oran, Algeria.
North Africa’s largest international trade fair for the oil and gas industry is primarily dedicated to the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream sectors of the industry but suppliers of products, services and technologies around the oil and gas industry are not excluded from participating.
Would you like to meet with decision makers in QHSE, Finance, IT & Telecom, Services Maintenance, Tank Farm, Drilling, General Resources, Support Services, Civil Engineering, Constructions, Refining and Executives of the industry Oil and Gas industry, then be sure to register today at: http://napec-dz.com/NorthAfricaPetroleumExhibitionConference2017.html as this will be the ideal forum to increase your contacts and enrich your B2B customer base.
The North Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (NAPEC) the organizer is pleased to announce the launch of three of the major oil and gas events in North Africa: North Africa Petroleum Conference & the North Africa Exploration and Production Conference, and North Africa Pipelines Conference, held simultaneously in 21-24 March 2017 in Oran, Algeria.
North Africa is one of the world’s major oil and gas hubs, given its huge proven reserve and production capacity. North Africa has also emerged as one of the key players in terms of unconventional resources. However, challenges around extracting, producing, drilling and refining in North Africa are unique, and pressing. The Objective of NAPEC is to bring together eminent industry leaders, technical expert under one roof.
+ 25000 Attendees
+ 650 National and International exhibitors
+ 35 countries
Reminder- Submit your abstracts (extended) until Wednesday the 21th December 2016 for the opportunity to showcase your technical/strategic expertise with industry peers.
Remember, if you are not directly involved in North Africa, refer colleagues or clients and encourage them to submit abstract to showcase their technical knowledge and expertise
Do not miss out our early bird discount offer, register as delegate before 19-12-2016
Space limited, book your exhibition space now
Please click the below link for full details if you are interested in showcasing you technical or strategic expertise at NAPEC – or in attending.
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We are honoured to announce that H.E Muhammadu Buhari GCFR, President, Commander –in- Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria will officially open and participate in the 16th Annual Nigerian Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition.
Join us at NOG 2016. The annual gathering will bring together senior Government representatives from the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, NNPC, policy makers, operating oil companies and international and indigenous service companies to discuss how the Nigerian oil and gas industry must be transformed to remain competitive in today’s operating environment.
2016 NOG International Exhibition Highlights:
- 3 day free to attend International Exhibition
- Free to attend Technical Seminars on Tuesday 14 June 2016
- See and hear the latest industry technologies and operational challenges
- Hear expert insights into the technical and operational challenges
- Network with high profile members of the industry including Government officials, IOC and NOC representatives and service companies.
To Register as Delegate | Exhibitor | Sponsor | Free Visitor – Click here
Date:31st October – 4th November 2016
Location:Cape Town, South Africa
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Center
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Description:Top level executives in the global industry have often noted, the Africa Oil Week/Africa Upstream Conference stands apart from all other events as the leading meeting in or on Africa, and sits at the top of the global oil-gas calendar, allowing delegates unrivalled opportunities,
You’re only inside Africa’s oil and gas game, if you’re at Africa Upstream 2016.
- Meet with Africa’s state oil officials, Ministers, plus senior executives, private oil players and worldwide public listed oil-gas/energy companies
- Acquire insight and knowledge from an outstanding program with 175 top-line speakers
- Negotiate deals, investments and farm-in/farmout opportunities with corporates and state oil firms
- Interface with over 40 Governments and participate in roadshow opportunities for emerging acreage/asset transactions
- Discuss ventures with major oil/energy banking institutions, institutional oil-equity investors, project financiers, multilaterals and transaction advisors
- Network with the growing service and supply industry operators found across Africa’s oil and gas-LNG value chain
- Engage with 180 exhibitor companies, and over 1,250-plus senior executive delegates
To register for 23rd Africa Oil Week
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