Since its inception ten years ago, EAOGS has been bringing regional, international and domestic businesses from across the public and private sectors together as the new emerging oil and gas countries in East Africa have been developing their hydrocarbon potential.

Its programme annually features over 40 high-level speakers and, driven under host National Oil Corporation of Kenya’s (NOC Kenya) guidance, it will reflect on the progress of these developments and the opportunities that are present across the region.


–  Latest exploration and licensing updates

–  Spotlight on emerging markets

–  Focus on the role of the service companies

–  Progress in moving towards production

–  Powering the East Africa region

–  Local Content and engaging the community

–  Digital transformation

–  Attracting investment and project finance

–  Energy transition and energy mix

–  Delivering a clean and sustainable energy mix

–  Legal frameworks and regulations –  The geopolitical impact on the energy sector

Directly in line with the progress and values of the sector, the programme will have a significant focus on the energy transition which has been reflected in the development of the new East Africa Energy, Oil & Gas Summit brand. 

NOC Kenya will draw on its resources and relationships across the public and private sectors through the East Africa region to ensure comprehensive government and state company participation at EAOGS.

How will you participate?

Contact Us
The East Africa, Energy Oil & Gas Summit & Exhibition participation packages offer extensive branding opportunities throughout the conference and exhibition. 

Contact Mohamed Shiha below to discuss your requirements or for further details of the EAOGS 2022 programme


Mohamed Shiha, EAOGS Event Director
t: +20 100 1797 986

For all media and marketing enquiries:
Aimee Thompsett, Marketing Director
t: +44 79 040 60927

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