|Opportunities and challenges of local content development in the Oil & Gas sector in African producing countries|
|The adoption of local content policy frameworks (LCF) is used as a strategy to ensure local industry participation, long-term development, and inclusive economic growth in African oil & gas producing countries. The implementation of local content policies and their sustainability in the continent, particularly in the current context of the global push for energy transition, is a critical topic in the oil and gas industry.|
|Although significant progress has been made in the implementation of this policy by some African producing countries, there is a need to deliberate on the experience gained and discuss the challenges of using this strategy across the continent. The latest will be the main focus of the 8th African Petroleum Congress & Exhibition.|
|Be part of this crucial debate! From 16 to 19 May in Luanda!|
|The Government of Angola hosts CAPE VIII|
|Angola’s resources are considerable with large reserves of oil and natural gas. They have made the country one of the largest oil exporters in sub-Saharan Africa.|
|Angola is an active member of APPO and is hosting CAPE for the first time. It will use the event to showcase its oil and gas investment and partnership opportunities, its rich culture, and the warm hospitality of the people.|
|Focusing on the current global drive for energy transition and its implications for Africa’s oil and gas sector, CAPE VIII‘s main theme is “Energy transition and the future of the oil and gas industry in Africa: Opportunities, Challenges and Development”.|
|Keynote speakers at the conference will include the Minister of Angola, the host country, the Secretary General of APPO and other high-level dignitaries and delegates from member countries of APPO as well as experts from reputable regional and international institutions within and outside the energy, oil and gas industry.|
“We look forward to our participation at CAPE 2022 as Silver Sponsors and engaging in a productive session about the “Energy Transition and the future of oil and gas industry in Africa” on day 2.”
Nina Brigitter Koch | Full Interview
Chief Executive Officer of SOMOIL
“SOMOIL is participating as bronze sponsor in CAPE VIII.We´d love the opportunity to share our success story as the only Angolan private company operating today – where we came from, where we are going as a company as well as some of the key success factors.”
Edson R Dos Santos | Full Interview
|Join the most influential Oil and Gas event in Africa|
|The purpose of this triennial APPO initiative is to offer a platform of opportunities to develop relations and ties between decision-makers and professionals from the Oil and Gas sector.|
|We look forward to welcoming you to Luanda, Angola on 16-19 May 2022|
|Join us at CAPE VIII|
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