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Conferences & Exhibitions

CAPE VIII: Africa Content Receives financial Backbone As Afreximbank Floats Energy Bank

Pan-African multilateral trade finance institution, the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the African Petroleum Producers Organization (APPO) for the creation of a multi-billion-dollar energy bank. Aimed at scaling up private sector investment in African oil and gas projects, the bank will provide critical financing for new and existing […]

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NOG 2022 – Funding The Nigerian Energy Mix For Sustainable Economic Growth

Dear Colleague, As West Africa’s largest and most influential oil, gas, LNG and energy gathering, NOG has been proudly serving the Nigerian energy industry for over 20 years. NOG 2022 will focus on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sector leaders to harness the opportunities created by the historic Petroleum Industry Act (PIA) while navigating the […]

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OTC Is Back In Earnest, The Surest Sign Of A Renewed Energy Industry

Visitors to the annual Offshore Technology Conference in Houston walk through the exhibits  Major annual conferences serve as bellwethers for any industry, and nowhere are they more important than for the energy business. When organizers at IHS Markit INFO 0.0% announced in early 2020 that their annual CERA Week conference would be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I […]

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NOG 2022: Advancing Workforce Technical Knowledge For Global Energy Demand

Dear Colleague, The NOG 2022 Technical Seminar call for papers deadline is this Friday, 29 April 2022. This year’s Technical Seminar themed; ‘Advancing Workforce Technical Knowledge For Global Energy Demand’ is a dedicated knowledge exchange and networking hub for technical workforce professionals in the energy industry and it is fully CPD accredited. The impressive number […]

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CAPE VIII: 8th African Petroleum Congress & Exhibition

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 […]

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NOG 2022: Sponsorship Opportunity Is Still Open

The NOG International Exhibition is the largest energy exhibition in West Africa and will take place from 4 – 7 July 2022 in Abuja at the International Conference Centre. This year there will be an expanded exhibition space of 5,000 SQM attracting 5,000+ attendees from Nigeria, Africa, Middle East, Europe, Asia and the USA to create and […]

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Experts To Discuss Global Opportunities For Nigeria Energy Sector At NOG 2022, Lagos, Nigeria

The 21st edition of Nigeria’s foremost energy event, NOG Conference and Exhibition is set to hold in person at the International Conference Centre, Abuja from 4 – 7 July 2022. dmg Nigeria events, the organisers of the event stated that NOG 2022 will host key stakeholders from across the global energy value chain to discuss […]

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JAPAN ENERGY SUMMIT: The Role of LNG, Gas and Hydrogen to Achieve Net-Zero Emissions

    In this exclusive report from Japan NRG, in collaboration with the Japan Energy Summit, we look at how key energy sources have fared in Japan over the past year and give an outlook for 2022.   Last year, the preliminary round of the energy competition saw an early strong performance by renewables come up […]

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NOG 2022 Conference & Exhibition: Delegate Registration Is Now Open

Dear Colleague, We are pleased to announce that the Conference Delegate Registration is now open for NOG 2022! Also, new for 2022, we would like to introduce the  exclusive VIP Delegate Pass, which provides access to the NOG Energy Club. These passes have a limited availability and criteria guidelines. Click here for further details.  Click here to find out more about the NOG 2022 […]

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SPE OLEF-2022 – Global Energy Transition: Implications On Future Investments In The Nigerian Oil And Gas Industry

SPE OLEF-2022 will focus on enabling a sustainable framework for the energy transition’ The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Nigerian Council says its 2022 Council Year is focused on energy transition. Thus, one of the major sub-themes for the ongoing Oloibiri Lecture Series and Energy Forum (OLEF) 2022 is enabling a sustainable framework for the energy transition. […]

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