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Nigeria Oil & Gas Strategic Conference

Serving the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry for 20 Years

NOG 2021 will focus on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sectors leaders to navigate the emerging business environment – helping to set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months.

The year commenced with plans for development and growth for the Nigerian oil and gas industry with the pronouncement of 2020 as the ‘Year of Gas’ by the Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, H.E. Timipre Sylva.

The arrival of the global pandemic led to a disparity in supply and demand of hydrocarbons, a drop in oil price and an economic crisis of unprecedented magnitudes. This introduced new vulnerabilities to the main contributor to Nigeria’s Government revenues.

Oil continues to be one of the major sources for power generation. However, increasing global investment into cleaner sources of energy, volatility of oil price and the awaited clarity on the legislative framework for oil and gas production in Nigeria all highlight the need for a more diverse energy mix.

The NOG Strategic Conference will review Nigeria’s positioning within the evolving global energy landscape, with a focus on emerging opportunities to transform her energy industry through robust legislation, technology and innovation, in-country capacity development and actualize energy sufficiency targets:

1: Assessing Nigeria’s Position in the Evolving Global Energy Landscape

As the world transitions toward cleaner energy sources, there remains a need for energy to drive industrialisation sustainably. Taking stock of Nigeria’s energy resources, a clear agenda must be set for meeting domestic energy demand, increasing export market plays and achieving international environmental standards.

  • What strategies are in place to strengthen Nigeria’s position as a global energy player and increase the use of low carbon
  • How can legislation and policy drive the development of cleaner fuels for domestic utilisation?
  • How can Government and private sector players collaborate to drive Nigeria’s renewables sector forward?
  • What long term plans are in place for harnessing gas to propel industrialisation and increase exports?

2: Transforming the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry through Legislative Reformation

3: Fortifying the Oil & Gas Business through Technology and Innovation

4: Driving Economic Development & Sustainability Through In-Country Capacity Development

5: Bridging Nigeria’s Domestic Energy Gap and the Journey towards Energy Self Efficiency

Join us at The Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (NOG) to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the event.

The Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (NOG) has recently been acquired by dmg events from the CWC Group: 

Same Team. Same World-Class Event. New Home.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Shaun Quinn, Commercial Director 

M: +44 7890 435 134

M: +234 706 344 2343

D: +44 2080 780 790
For exhibition opportunities, please contact:

Odiri Umusu, Commercial Director  

M: +44 7593 441 500

M: +234 813 893 8564

D: +44 2080 780 789

Or emailNOGEnq@dmgevents.com

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