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IVS Industrial Valve Summit – May 25th>26th, 2022

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LEADING THE GLOBAL MARKET FLOW

Industrial Valve Summit is the leading international event for the Oil&Gas valve technologies and flow control solutions.
A real Information Hub, where you can keep up-to-date with market trends, meet the global key-players, the manufacturing excellence and look for the latest technology innovations.

By the industry, for the industry

Thanks to the combination of high-quality exhibitors and highly focused conferences IVS offers the best opportunities to grow your business.

Reasons for choosing IVS 2022:

  • Meet buyers and suppliers interested in purchasing or providing the best valve technologies and flow control solutions
  • Discover the latest industry innovations and trends in valve design, as well as engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of industrial plants
  • Learn and share know-how and expertise with professionals and industry specialists
  • Present your company, products and services to an exclusive and targeted professional audience
  • Strengthen your company business image by exhibiting alongside the world’s leading manufacturers
  • Get high-performance corporate visibility thanks to the IVS promotional activities

AN EXHIBITION IN THE HEART OF ITALIAN CULTURE AND TRADITION

Come to IVS and discover Bergamo. Bergamo is a wonderful city with a medieval heart, perched on a hill and encircled by the imposing UNESCO World heritage Venetian Walls. Surrounded by lakes and mountains, Bergamo is fascinating for its history, culture, food and landscape. Moreover, its position is strategic to easily reach the most beautiful Italian destinations like: Milan, Garda Lake, Franciacorta, Verona and Venice.


ANNOUNCING NAPE 2021 CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES | THEME | DATE | TIME

Coming to the NAPE 2021 Annual International Conference and Exhibition will offer you a unique hybrid experience from several varieties of indepth business and technical sessions, Industry panel discussions, keynote presentation, pre-conference short courses and a virtual field trip allowing you to increase the scope of your knowledge while interacting and networking with like-minded peers, mentors and industry professionals at the conference.
Mark your calendar for the conference programs below.

Conference Theme:
Petroleum Exploration and Production in a New World:
What Next After the Global Crisis?

ANNOUNCING CONFERENCE EVENTS

PRE CONFERENCE (VIRTUAL) FIELD TRIP
THEME:            Coastal Environments: Relating Modern-Day Process to Sedimentary Successions | Dahomey basin
Impact of Energy Transition
DAY/ DATE:       Friday, 12th November, 2021
TIME:                 9:00AM – 12:00NOON
REGISTER:        Click here to register here

PRE CONFERENCE SHORT COURSES
THEME:            Four Industry Courses
DAY/ DATE:      Saturday & Sunday, 13th & 14th November, 2021
TIME:                9:00AM – 3:00PM
REGISTER:      Click here to register here

BASIN EVALUATION COMPETITION
THEME:           A real life data set exploration play based competion
10 out of 22 Schools at Regional Competition
DAY/ DATE:      Monday, 15th November, 2021
TIME:                8:30AM – 12NOON

PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
THEME:                The Next Decade of Oil & Gas Business in Nigeria.
Impact of Energy Transition
DAY/ DATE:          Monday, 15th November, 2021
TIME:                    9:00AM – 12NOON

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS LEADERSHIP FORUM
THEME:                   Emerging Leaders in the Energy Mix and Transition for the Next Generation
DAY/ DATE:             Monday, 15th November, 2021
TIME:                      1:00PM – 4:00PM

MANAGEMENT SESSION
THEME:                  Petroleum Industry Law:
Implication for Oil and Gas Industry and Energy Transition in Nigeria
DAY/ DATE:              Monday, 15th November, 2021
TIME:                       1:30PM – 4:00PM

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
DAY/ DATE:              Monday, 15th November, 2021
TIME:                        5:00PM – 8:00PM

OPENING CEREMONY
DAY/ DATE:            Tuesday, 16th November, 2021
TIME:                      9:00AM – 12:00NOON

ALL CONVENTION LUNCHEON
THEME:                   The Pandemic, Digital Economy and The Naira
DAY/ DATE:             Tuesday, 16th November, 2021
TIME:                       1:00PM – 2:30PM

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL SIMULATED MOCK INTERVIEW SESSION / CAREER SESSION
DAY/ DATE:             Tuesday, 16th November, 2021
TIME:                      1:00PM – 3:00PM

NAPE/AAPG/EAGE/ SEG PANEL SESSION
DAY/ DATE:             Tuesday, 16th November, 2021
TIME:                       3:0PM – 4:30PM

AFRICAN NIGHT
DAY/ DATE:     Tuesday, 16th November, 2021
TIME:               6:00PM – 9:00PM

SPECIAL / LEAD PAPER PRESENTATION
DAY/ DATE:       Wednesday & Thurday, 17th & 18th November, 2021
TIME:                8:00AM – 9:00AM

TECHNICAL SESSIONS
DAY/ DATE:      Wednesday & Thurday, 17th & 18th November, 2021
TIME:                9:00PM – 5:00PM

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MEET & GREET EVENT
DAY/ DATE:     Wednesday, 17th November, 2021
TIME:              5:00PM – 8:00PM

WOMEN IN GEOSCIENCES & ENGINEERING FORUM | 10TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
DAY/ DATE:      Wednesday, 17th November, 2021
TIME:               5:30PM – 8:00PM

ALUMNI REUNION MEETING
DAY/ DATE:     Wednesday, 17th November, 2021
TIME:               5:30PM – 9:00PM

AWARDS & RECOGNITION NIGHT
DAY/ DATE:      Thursday, 18th November, 2021
TIME:                5:30PM – 9:00PM

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Africa Energy Week 2021, Taking Place in Cape Town; Will  Focus on Investment, Oil and Gas, Renewables and Energy Transition

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  •  The African Energy Chamber is set to host the first-ever African Energy Week (AEW) in Cape Town on 9th – 12th November 2021.
  • Replacing Africa Oil Week, the four-day interactive conference seeks to unite industry stakeholders, international speakers and movers and shakers from the African oil and gas sector.
  • The conference comprises high-class networking events, innovative exhibitions, and one-on-one private meetings, with a golf tournament on the final day, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for stakeholders interested in the growth and success of the African energy sector.

The African Energy Chamber (AEC) is excited to announce the official launch of African Energy Week (AEW) 2021, taking place in Cape Town on 9th – 12th November 2021. AEW 2021 will showcase the first-ever African Energy Village, an interactive exhibition and networking event that seeks to unite African energy stakeholders, drive industry growth and development, and promote Africa as the destination for African-focused events.

Commencing with a three-day conference and ending with a golf tournament on 12th November, the event’s primary focus is to define and promote the African energy agenda through development, deal-making, and private sector participation. Key topics include making energy poverty history before 2030 and the future of the African oil and gas industry; African upstream, midstream and downstream opportunities; African oil, gas and finance in the face of the energy transition – highlighting African financing institutions such as the African Development Bank, the African Export-Import Bank, the African Financing Corporation, Africa50, the Industrial Development Corporation and the Development Bank of Central African States; local content; women in energy and making African energy competitive for investment into a decarbonized Africa.

Additionally, the conference will address the role of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), the International Energy Agency (IEC), the African Petroleum Producers Organization (APPO), the International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC), and the American Petroleum Institute (API) and Africa. By opening the dialogue on Africa’s gas miracle and its potential in markets including Senegal, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Algeria, Tanzania, Equatorial Guinea, Congo-Brazzaville, and Angola ­–  as well as small-scale Liquified Natural Gas, intra-African trade and the African Continental Free Trade Agreement – the conference represents the ideal networking and deal-making platform for all African energy stakeholders.

The AEC’s commitment to hosting this Africa-focused event in Africa comes at a  crucial time for the oil and gas industry. In light of recent developments that seek to suggest that Africa is not capable of hosting events of global standards, the Chamber feels responsible to voice against this and lead by example by showcasing the continent and all its profound beauty.

With this in mind, the only African-focused, in-person energy event aims to capture the essence and cultural hub that exists in Cape Town. The AEC will not abandon the continent for international venues. AEW 2021 is an energy event like no other and the AEC is fully focused on promoting African development and growth through African-held events.

“We are happy with the tremendous support from so many in-and-outside Africa. Our Oil and Gas producers have been a force for good and we must be proud of this industry. We must also welcome energy transition and engage Africa with the most forceful conversation and solutions for the future. AEW 2021 offers a unique and interactive networking experience in which global energy stakeholders can unite and participate in the continent’s transformation. The time is now,” says NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber.

“Africa Energy Week will have a bold message that encourages energy solutions that cut out entitlements, handouts and foreign aid. No one owes us anything and in order for so many Africans  who want to make energy poverty history to triumph, we must embrace all forms of energy in our energy mix. We must attract investors and push our leadership so that each country wins when we create and encourage an enabling environment,” adds Ayuk.

AEW 2021 is taking place with the full support of prominent African and global industry leaders and oil and gas organizations and is focused on expanding opportunities in Africa. Additionally, AEW 2021 will present innovative exhibition spaces at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront that aim to promote African heritage and culture, while showcasing the exciting technological advancements the industry has to offer.

“African energy producers can only grow and meet energy demand when we all do our best to mobilize our resources and advocate for important principles of personal responsibility, smaller government, lower taxes, free markets, personal liberty, and the rule of law. This will kick start investment and make a transition that works for Africa. Let’s do this in Africa, for Africa and for the energy sector,” concludes Ayuk.

Of equal importance, the event will take place under strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of all attendees. In line with current government regulations, AEW 2021 will host a series of networking events across a variety of locations at the V&A Waterfront, thereby ensuring social gathering limits are in place at all times. Additionally, through mandatory testing and the availability of personal protective equipment and facilities, AEW 2021 aims to protect attendees while ensuring a successful and productive event.

For more information about this transformative event, visit www.aew2021.com or www.energychamber.org /or email Amina Williams at amina.williams@energychamber.org

 For registration related enquiries contact registration@aew2021.com

For sales related enquires contact sales@aew2021.com

For media related enquires contact media@aew2021.com

For speaker opportunity related enquires contact speakers@aew2021.com

 

 

 

 

 

 


Africa Oil Week: “Unrivalled Opportunities in the E&P Sector”

Africa Oil Week is the voice of E&P – the global platform for stimulating deals and transactions across the African Upstream. The event is now entering its 27th year, where we bring together governments, national and international oil companies, independents, investors, the G&G community and service providers.

AOW prides itself on offering unrivalled opportunities that drive investment and deal-making across the continent, thus shaping the future of Africa. What sets us apart from the competitors is the seniority of delegates. In 2019 we welcomed 26 global ministers, 400+ C-level delegates, as well as hundreds of SVPs and VPs of Africa, Exploration, New Ventures and more.

The Africa Oil Week conference provides 4 days of pioneering insights, from ministerial panels to strategic outlooks and sessions designed to drive investment into the African upstream. At the heart of the event is the exhibition, where companies from across the sector can showcase their offering.

Join us for this year’s event in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) at the Madinat Jumeirah 8-11 November 2021. Where you can expect extensive and varied networking opportunities, CPD certified content streams and an event full of business opportunities.

 

Register today!.

 


Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference Returns for 20th Year

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The Nigeria Oil and Gas Conference & Exhibition (NOG 2021) provides a platform for the international energy industry to meet with Nigerian oil and gas decision makers to hear policy announcements, explore partnership opportunities and discuss the strategies that will drive the nation towards energy sufficiency.

Serving the Nigerian oil and gas industry for 20 years, NOG 2021 will focus on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sector leaders to navigate the emerging business environment – helping to set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months and beyond.

The strategic conference event is attended by both local and international stakeholders in the oil and gas sector. Speakers at this year’s event include; The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Federal Republic of Nigeria, H.E. Dr Timipre Sylva, Mele Kolo Kyari, Group Managing Director, NNPC, Engr Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board and over 80 CEOs/Directors of leading International and Indigenous Oil and Gas companies with attendance from more than 25 countries.

At dmg events we are working closely with all stakeholders and local partners to ensure a safe and secure in-person event in July 2021, and we are looking forward to reconvening the 20th Nigeria Oil and Gas Conference & Exhibition.

Click here to find out how you can get involved in the 2021 in-person Conference & Exhibition.

 


AOGS Energy Webinar Series

Theme: Energy Transition and Implications for Nigeria’s Economy – A Critical Assessment

Oil Majors, especially of the European extraction, are taking ambitious steps to commit to green energy targets and investments. According to the United States Energy Information Agency, EIA, the oil industry faces increasing demands to respond to the low carbon agenda. And leading the response are European companies like TOTAL SE, which in 2020 announced a $7b write-off in its Canadian “proved reserves” – that gold standard of value for oil companies. The action probably signaled early steps at transiting from an Oil Major to an Energy Major. With similar actions from Shell, BP, ENI, etc., it seems the energy transition train has literally left the station.

Is Nigeria’s 40 billion barrels proved oil reserves (or parts of), at risk of being written off someday to be replaced by green energy assets in the oil (sorry, energy) majors’ portfolio mix? Long shot?

Join the conversation at the AOGS Energy Webinar Series and see if and how the future of the Nigerian oil industry is likely to be re-calibrated and what it may mean for the economy and business. Sub-themes include:

  • Global Trends in Energy Transition
  • Regulatory framework on Net Zero Positions in the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Energy Transition and Nigeria’s Crude Oil Reserves Development Strategy
  • Local Content and Energy Transition Implications
  • Energy Transition and Nigeria’s Business & Economic Environment
  • Nigeria power sector in the face of Energy Transition
  • The impact of Energy Transition on the financial sector

Confirmed Speakers

  1. Dr Felix Amieyeofori, Chairman, AOGS Energy Resources and Lead Promoter, EnergyHub
  2. Prof Prof Joseph Ajienka,Emmanuel Egbogah Chair of Petroleum Engineering, University of Port Harcourt
  3. Gerard Kreeft, Energy Transition Advisor, The Netherlands
  4. Omowumi O. Iledare, Institute for Oil and Gas Studies, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  5. Professor Asiwaju Busari Akande, Islamic Institute of Accounting and Finance, Ilorin
  6. Faruk Y Yusuf, Ag Director, Renewable and Rural Power Access, Federal Ministry of Power, Abuja
  7. Toyin Yusuff, CEO Makitas Energy Ltd, Chairperson Future Energy and Renewable Committee, WEOG
  8. Dr Patrick Obah, Director, Policy Research and Statistics, NCDMB

 

Date:                    March 23, 2021

Time:                    10 am – 1pm

Platform:            bit.ly/3uPREyL (Zoom)

 


Sub-Sahara Africa Energy Outlook 2021

 Explore what the year ahead may look like for SSA’s energy sector.

 The Sub-Saharan African energy industry as a subset of the Global Industry is also struggling with the realities of COVID-19, despite the exciting news of commencement of vaccination. Waking up from the nightmare of 2020, this year holds mixed expectations amid hopes of containment of the virus.

On the oil and gas front, against the recent OPEC+ collective agreement, Saudi Arabia announced a unilateral production cut of 1 mmbls, adding to prevailing uncertainties on oil price projections.  Biden’s Presidency is expected to amplify Europe’s and Asia’s acceleration of Renewables, raising existential concerns for Africa’s oil industry, in addition to contending with COVID-19.

Certainly, there is so much to contend with in the coming days, with respect to, not only the oil and gas and energy industry, but the general business climates of the sub-region. The need to critically look at the direction and impact of local policy variables in the face of these uncertainties cannot be sooner.

Against these backgrounds, AOGS Energy Resources and her Partners invite you to the Sub-Saharan African Energy Outlook 2021 Webinar on Wednesday, Jan 27, 2021 at 13.00 GMT+1.

Featuring an eminent panel of leaders, the session aims to make informed analyses of key drivers likely to shape the industry in the year ahead and offer critical scenarios and insights that benefit the region’s common destiny.

Areas to be covered include:

  • Global oil and non-oil events and their implications for Sub-Sahara African Energy sector
  • Key policy variables across the region
  • Oil & Gas projections in key countries – Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, etc
  • Impact of Renewables

 


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